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4 hours ago, At Sea said:

Boards of Canada,  Dayvan Cowboy.

 

 

 

Thoroughly addictive and the video added to this by a fan is stunning. 

 

Please give it a listen. 

Love Boards Of Canada! I’ve been a fan since 1998, when I bought Music Is The Right To Children. 
I find that there’s something hypnotic and thoroughly addictive about their music.

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This was a very contested song back in the days. But I love it.
Belgian artist with Italian roots, singing in French about the Middle Eastern frictions with an Arab catch phrase, used by the IDF as battle song.

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Arka'n — Zã Keli. Modern metal from Togo, which alongside all the usual ingredients adds in French and one of the other 39 Togolese languages, local rhythms and musicians and even a bit of rap. It could have been a mess but is actually really good. Check out the track below.

 

Andy

 

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Big Science. Laurie Anderson. 2021 ('82) ...

 

"Here comes the planes.

They're American planes. Made in America.

Smoking or Non-smoking ?"

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1 hour ago, Mick4350 said:

Big Science. Laurie Anderson. 2021 ('82) ...

 

"Here comes the planes.

They're American planes. Made in America.

Smoking or Non-smoking ?"

Uh Uh Uh Uh Uh

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21st Century Schizoid songs, a compilation of new prog tracks given away with Classic Prog magazine.

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Spent a couple of hours on the road yesterday, driving to the nearest big town to finally get myself a French mobile phone. On the way up and back, I had these two playing.

 

 

 

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Veils Of Winter by Blackwater Holylight. They're an all-female heavy psych band from Portland, with elements of stoner/doom rock, psychedelic and shoegaze. An album I particularly like to listen to very late at night.

 

 

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