Monday, June 29, 2009
Friday, June 26, 2009
Thursday, June 25, 2009
Caregiver basically started when far too late in my life, I feel in love with classic electronic artists and began being a fan of some modern ones as well. I never thought of myself as an electronic music fan until I heard the stuff that made sense to me." (D. R.)
Low Budget Cable Sketch Comedy Show Instrumental Theme Song (2:48)
Transmission From Jimmy Miller's Car Phone (6:46)
Ali Ali (4:57)
Under 30 Second Tribute To Kurt Winter (0:29)
Lab Animal (3:16)
Wind Of The Hawk (4:20)
The Lumbering Rex (Remix) (5:05)
Universal Cardigan (Live At Pompeii) (9:08)
Dirge Experience (In Easter Hay) (5:31)
Buttery Hog Mosh (8:49)
The Premiere & Final Performance of Jazz From Outer Space (10:31)
Liquidity (The Spastic Conductor) (11:25)
The Jim Morrison Seance Tapes (13:57)
Trippin' In A Plymouth Belvedere (10:25)
Particle Alert (12:55)
Tuesday, June 23, 2009
here are the links to a few of them, check em out:
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Monday, June 22, 2009
Leonel Garcia - The Eyelid of God Is Approaching the Humane Train... (2009)
(mp3 zip, 6 tracks, 41 min, 75,3 MB, artwork incl.)
1. The Eyelid Of God... - 9:27
2. Take My Hand And You'll Be Free - 4:24
3. Prisoner Of Yourself - 4:21
4. My Pen Doesn't Write Anymore - 6:01
5. He Donated His Brain To Science (Fiction) - 4:04
6. Life Ain't Sweet - 12:00
This is already the fifth post with LEONEL GARCIA's music on HLFP. His albums are always worth a listen. I especially like his guitar playing, but he very often also comes up with some pretty cool surprises regarding song structure or instrumentation. - I like this album quite a lot.
Check out his older releases here or on his own side:
My favourite track: the experimental "He Donated His Brain To Science (Fiction)" and the middle section of "Life Ain't sweet" is just fabulous!
"This album is now my favorite one of all I've recorded. It reminds me a lot of those early 70's albums by Gravy Train, Krokodil, Raw Material, etc. which is the music I listen to the most, but it has that indie rock quality of the 90's." (L. G.)
Saturday, June 20, 2009
No need to introduce those guys to you regular blog readers, since they were with us almost right from the beginning and are also featured on the 1st and 2nd HLFP-Samplers.
Friday, June 19, 2009
is a multi-instrumentalist who, with the help of a few friends and a four-track tape recorder, creates atmospheric soundscapes that bridge traditional world instruments with mellow electronica, time-honored folk song structures with modal and polyrhythmic textures, and old-school analog recording procedures with postmodern composition and sampling techniques."
"Atypical Dimensions" is Andrew's last album, recorded August '08 - March '09 on 4-track analog in Andrew's attic, Seelyville, IN, USA. Again it is very atmospheric music, using a whole range of different instruments, many of them not very common in European or American music (see the collection here). You'll find 18 short soundscapes, most of them under 2 minutes, often rather simple but beautiful collages and compositions, that make for very comfortable, relaxing listening. I hear traces of world music, experimental weird folk as well as krautrock elements and post rock. Quite a fascinating mixture. Recommended!
(And thank you again, Andrew, for sending me a CD copy!)