Aural Delights on the Overflow 34

  1. Pimmit Hills “Baby Blue Eyes” from Heathens & Prophets
  2. The Pull of Autumn “Bakhchalarda” from Small Colors
  3. Manteca “Meanwhile Tomorrow” from The Twelfth of Never
  4. The White Swan “Nocturnal Transmission” from Nocturnal Transmission
  5. Dan Weiss “The Long Diagonal” from Natural Selection
  6. Belbury Poly “The Gone Away” from The Gone Away
  7. Bangladeafy “Youthanor” from Housefly
  8. Annie Taylor “17 Days” from Sweet Mortality
  9. Moff Skellington “A Toast To Throbbing Gristle” from Y E A S T
  10. The Left Outsides “Naming Shadows Was Your Existence” from A Place To Hide
  11. Struggles with Syntax “Land Based Antics” single
  12. The Apartments “The Fading Light” from In and Out of the Light

  • I kicked off the show with Pimmit Hills and “Baby Blue Eyes” from their new album Heathens & Prophets. They are a Washington, DC-based quartet which spawned from the revered doom rock act King Giant, and this is their debut recording. They have been described as a cross between the Stooges and ‘70s ZZ Top!
  • The Pull of Autumn and “Bakhchalarda” from Small Colors – Based between Boston and Rhode Island, The Pull of Autumn is a ‘super group’ of sorts
  • Manteca “Meanwhile Tomorrow” from The Twelfth of Never Forty-one years after their first downbeat, Manteca – the Toronto based world-jazz nonet – is very much upbeat, still creating, still exploring, and still a force of joyous sonic invention. If you think you know their music, this CD will come as a big surprise.
  • The White Swan and “Nocturnal Transmission” from an EP of the same name.
  • Next a doom rock jazz cross-over lead by Dan Weiss the highly anticipated follow-up to the drummer composer’s 2018 release Starebaby – Dan Weiss Starebaby “The Long Diagonal” from Natural Selection
  • Belbury Poly and “The Gone Away” from The Gone Away – Belbury Poly is the studio band of Ghost Box Records co-founder Jim Jupp. Jupp is the main composer and producer and also plays synth, keyboards and guitar. 7th album.
  • Bangladeafy “Youthanor” from Housefly – drummer Atif Haq and bassist/pianist/vocalist Jon Ehlers – back with a new approach. Thirteen anxiety-ridden compositions performed live on hardware synths, sample pads, and acoustic drums, entirely abandoning the electric bass acrobatics the duo has become known for.
  • Switzerland’s Annie Taylor are back less than a year after the release of their debut EP ‘Not Yours!’ with their fuzzy yet acerbic debut album Sweet Mortality.
  • Moff Skellington “A Toast To Throbbing Gristle” from Y E A S T…..the final release of the year……check out the podcasts
  • The Left Outsides “Naming Shadows Was Your Existence” from A Place To Hide….The Left Outsides are: Mark Nicholas and Alison Cotton, a wife and husband duo based in London whose atmospheric, hypnotic songs echo Nico’s icy European folk, pastoral psychedelia and chilly English fields at dawn.
  • Struggles with Syntax “Land Based Antics” single – looking forward to hearing more from them
  • The Apartments “The Fading Light” from the new album In and Out of the Light

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