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    Quote Originally Posted by Zalmoxe View Post
    Because I bought stuff from them in the past (the Amoeba Split albums), the áMARXE label sent me an email to inform me about a new release that I may like. Only one song so far (the album is supposed to be released April 5th) but it is quite good.

    Strong Canterbury vibes on this one

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    Shabaka Hutchings - African flute music
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    New from Rafael Toral(Portugal).Electro-acoustic music for(solo) guitar, bass and electronics.Pretty damn good listening,imo.

    "please do not understand me too quickly"-andre gide

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    Listened to both of the above flutish meme albums today. I'm in a bad place health wise waiting for surgery ,so these helped a little out in the sun and fresh air .

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    Quote Originally Posted by clivey View Post
    Listened to both of the above flutish meme albums today. I'm in a bad place health wise waiting for surgery ,so these helped a little out in the sun and fresh air .
    Best wishes for a successful surgery, and positive health outcome.

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    Just finished a new stoner single . Hope you like

    https://bakullama1.bandcamp.com/albu...ncess-of-tisul
    Still alive and well...
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    Blue Oyster Cult-Short Stories. Exellent material from 78-83 with one song from 2016. If you are a BOC lover, you need this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moecurlythanu View Post
    Best wishes for a successful surgery, and positive health outcome.
    Same from me - drop a line when you're back from the hospital!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    Same from me - drop a line when you're back from the hospital!
    Hey thanks guys. This thing will be ongoing through the summer at the very least , but I appreciate the support and concern.
    I am trying to continue work on an a bandcamp album release for end of summer too. Not sure if this will take priority now . I will have decisions to take that have never featured before in my life.
    Sorry for the thread derail guys. I might have been more discreet., and will now move on back to new releases. Please don't think I am being rude when I suggest this.

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    Perfect are a new-ish band that seem to be slipping under the radar but ought to be of interest to some round these parts. Information overload American prog in the vein of Yezda Urfa, Mirthrandir, early Happy the Man etc. but with a more distinctly modern/avant bent (including full on noise rock in places):


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    Thanks for posting! They were excellent at ProgDay, I did like their last album.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Thanks for posting! They were excellent at ProgDay, I did like their last album.
    Yeah I am enjoying it too. On penultimate track as I type onto phone. it's got that frantic vibe. Not sure about relistenabiliy but guitars, rhythm section, Vox all pleasing. We shall see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Thanks for posting! They were excellent at ProgDay, I did like their last album.
    I need to check out their first album at some point, but I think I've got my work cut out just wrapping my head around the new one! I can imagine they'd be very entertaining live.

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    elephant9 - Mythical River just released

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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Shabaka Hutchings - African flute music
    Looks like they took it down from Bandcamp. Still available on Amazon.
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    Gordon Haskell - "You've got to keep the groove in your head and play a load of bollocks instead"
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Looks like they took it down from Bandcamp. Still available on Amazon.
    I saw that, too. I'm thinking that it might have been another one of those fake bandcamp sites. It's happened to both Snarky Puppy and Haken, as well and who knows how many others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boilk View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Looks like they took it down from Bandcamp. Still available on Amazon.
    saw that, too. I'm thinking that it might have been another one of those fake bandcamp sites. It's happened to both Snarky Puppy and Haken, as well and who knows how many others.

    Neil
    Got to listen to it once before it got taken down and it was very different to what Shabaka has done so far.
    Didn't sound too "jazz" to me.
    He's announced at the Liège Jazz Fest in 10/12 days - apparently as a "solo" artiste, but that's not enticing me to check it out (maybe I'm wrong - won"t be the first time)
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    Jack Bruce- Smiles and Grins 1970 to 2001. CD 1 and 2.

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    Not the biggest fan of Prog Metal but this actually has melodies and I don't mind the hard stuff and speedy guitar runs. At least it isn't djent or people yelling at me.

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    New Jono El Grande, worth sampling for the title alone


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    Any chance for a CD version?
    Please don't ask questions, just use google.

    Never let good music get in the way of making a profit.

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    IDK - Bandcamp does not list that as a purchase option, at least for now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zalmoxe View Post
    New Jono El Grande, worth sampling for the title alone

    OK, well that's one of the more delightfully weird things I've heard in a while.
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    French band Perilymph has a gorgeous new album out, full of spacey and melodic analog keyboards.


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