Aural Delights on the Overflow 71

  1. L’Obtuce “Batten Down The Hatches” Single (2021)
  2. Ivan Macleod “Sick By Sandy” from The Magnolia Sessions (2021)
  3. The Speed of Sound “Replicant” Single (2021)
  4. Blackberry Smoke “Live It Down” from You Hear Georgia (2021)
  5. Dave Graney “The Pre-Revolutionary Scene” from Once I Loved the Torn Ocean’s Roar – 80s/90s Demos Vol 2 (2015)
  6. The Velvet Underground “Here She Comes Now” from White Light/White Heat (1968)
  7. Pixies “Here Comes Your Man” from Death to the Pixies (1997)
  8. The Velvet Underground “I’m Waiting For The Man” from The Velvet Underground & Nico (1967)
  9. Trees Speak “Chamber of Frequencies” from PostHuman (2021)
  10. The Pretty Things “Don’t Bring Me Down” from Live at the BBC (2021)
  11. Rob Snarski “Lay of the Land” from Wounded Bird (2014)
  12. David Bowie “The Prettiest Star” from The Width of a Circle (2021)
  13. Blokeacola “Slow and Steady” Single (2021)
  14. L’Obtuce “Like a Chandelier” Single (2021)
  15. The Speed of Sound “A Melancholy Rose” Single (2021)
  16. Shun “A Wooden House” from Shun (2021)

  • L’Obtuce – new single from Bruce from the Get working with Ayris
  • Ivan Macleod – Another in the Magnolia Sessions Series – tenth in the series – a Nashville native, whose musical career started while he was still in his teens. Known initially as a drummer, he has played with numerous acts including spending years recording and touring with the Lost Dog Street Band. After a brief hiatus from the stage, Ivan has returned as a solo artist playing dark folk music
  • Blackberry Smoke – Made up of Charlie Starr (vocals, guitar), Paul Jackson (guitar, vocals), Richard Turner (bass, vocals), Brit Turner (drums) and Brandon Still (keyboards) – has become known for a singular sound indebted to classic rock, blues, country and folk. Since their debut in 2004, the Atlanta-based band has independently released six full-length albums and toured relentlessly, building a strong and loyal community of fans.
  • Trees Speak – Trees Speak’s new album ‘Post-Human’ once again blends 1970s German electronic and ‘motorik’ Krautrock instrumentals (think Harmonia, Can, Cluster, Popul Vuh, Neu!), Haunting and powerful 1960s & 1970s soundtracks (think Italian prog-rock Goblin and John Carpenter horror movies, Morricone and existential John Barry spy movies), together with a New York No Wave electronic synth and guitar analogue DIY-ness (think Suicide, anything on Soul Jazz’s New York Noise series or Eno’s New York No Wave)!
  • Shun – Asheville, North Carolina heavy rock collective SHUN released their self-titled debut June 4th via Small Stone Records. The record includes guest appearances by Mark Morton (Lamb Of God) and J. Robbins (Jawbox, Burning Airlines, Government Issue).

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