Here's a YouTube playlist of these songs for continuous listening
AFTER IN PARIS - Typical [Outnote Records]
Jazz in the future, not too shabby ehh. Miles bought this CD at a great little store in Darlinghurst called Radio Free Alice not knowing what to expect. We listened to it together for the first time on a cold night on top of the Chippendale Car park. Pretty sure we played the whole thing 3 times back-to-back. I’ve attached the album so you can do the same.
DARK HORSES - Boxing Day [Clementine Music]
Some Aussie Post-Punk here from a few years back which seems to remind me of Portishead in a way.
TONETTA – God Treats you Right [Black Tent Press]
In the album 777, Tonnetta kind of presents himself as some sort of post-apocalyptic sexual predator. It seems to me to be as much about crass theatrics as it is freaky and just plain weird. But its Lo-Fi appeal sort of works in a weird way and some of it I think I hate and some of it I love, and yet, I keep coming back for more. Not even God can save you now.
ISOLIERBAND – Keine Gnade [Red Lounge Records]
***WARNING: THIS IS NOT FOR EVERYONE***
I can already hear the crying babies. I can’t even tell you where I found this but it’s on my computer and its staying. To weird you out even more there is a bizarre German synth-pop track on the flip.
MADE UP SOUND – US [CBS 018]
Just as when the wall fell in Berlin people started raves and squatting culture began, one would think same will happen on earth when its ‘walls’ collapse. This is also the first techno record I ever bought so it definitely holds some sentimental value to me. Watch out for the second track on this EP. Its terrifying.
CLARK – Sodium trimmers [Warp Records]
Welcome to tha future!! This guys music seems to strike a chord between post-rock, ambient and techno electronica and it’s quite powerful. All of his music seems to always be seamlessly crafted. I think he would be great live. The whole album is worth a go too.