Aural Delights 446

Hour One
Hour Two
  1. L’Obtuce “Batten Down The Hatches” Single (2021)
  2. The Speed of Sound “Replicant” Single (2021)
  3. Shun “Once Again” from Shun (2021)
  4. The Moodists “Do the door, friend” from Two Fisted Art (2007)
  5. The Pretty Things “The Same Sun” from Live at the BBC (2021)
  6. m.t. scott “In Tongues” from In Tongues (2021)
  7. Ivan Macleod “Waiting For The Hard Times To Go” from The Magnolia Sessions (2021)
  8. Hprizm “Tomasz Remix” from Signs Remixed (2021)
  9. Grant McLennan “Girl In A Beret” from Horsebreaker Star (2001)
  10. Robert Forster “121” from The Best Of The Solo Recordings 1990-1997 (2007)
  11. Dave Graney “World Full of Daughters (87 Demo)” from Once I Loved the Torn Ocean’s Roar – 80s/90s Demos Vol 2 (2015)
  12. Rob Snarski “Engine Driver” from Wounded Bird (2014)
  13. The Moodists “Some Kinda Jones” from Two Fisted Art (2007)
  14. The Pretty Things “Route 66” from Live at the BBC (2021)
  15. Ivan Macleod “Time And Again” from The Magnolia Sessions (2021)
  16. Shun “Undone” from Shun (2021)
  17. Hprizm “Remix Amongst Curses” from Signs Remixed (2021)
  18. Dave Bowie “The Width of a Circle” from The Width of a Circle (2021)
  19. Dave Graney “The Extraordinary (Demo)” from Once I Loved the Torn Ocean’s Roar – 80s/90s Demos Vol 2 (2015)
  20. Blokeacola “Slow and Steady” Single (2021)
  21. Blackberry Smoke “You Hear Georgia” from You Hear Georgia (2021)
  22. Trees Speak “Amnesia Transmitter” from PostHuman (2021)
  23. The Speed of Sound “The Melancholy Rose” SIngle (2021)
  24. The Pretty Things “Roadrunner” from Live at the BBC (2021)
  25. The Moodists “Bad Cabin” from Two Fisted Art (2007)
  26. Shun “Sleepwalking” from Shun (2021)
  27. m.t. scott “Doublespeak” from In Tongues (2021)
  28. L’Obtuce “Like A Chandelier” Single (2021)
  29. Hprizm “Signs I Proper Version” Signs Remixed (2021)
  30. Ivan Macleod “Dogs and Walls” from The Magnolia Sessions (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).
  • Hprizm In this album, legendary New York electronic music producer Hprizm (Antipop Consortium), also known as High Priest, reworks Gerald Cleaver’s acclaimed ’Signs’ (577 Records, 2020). Throughout, Hprizm expands the sonic boundaries of the original work through dream-like, transcendent electronic manipulations. Hprizm’s album is an innovative rework of Gerald Cleaver’s debut electronic project, building off of Cleaver’s long career as an accomplished Jazz percussionist.

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