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    Yes, I've been invited to show up at an Outer Church soonishly.
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    holy what, bobby joe ebola is on here now?! crazy. saw you about ten years ago in phoenix with THE CRIMINALS.
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    Both Megabats and The Slaves have new releases on Debacle!

    A review of the Megabats just went up at Anti-Gravity Bunny

    "Goes To A Lemon is full of high quality tunes perfect for a late night joyride, a doze underneath glow-in-the-dark stars, or a hardcore blissed out neon basement dance party. Megabats pump out the deep, dark, euphoric fuzz beats with pink stars blazin past at lightspeed. Clearly this is right where it's fucking at. "

    and a great review of The Slaves is up at Dead Formats

    "Essentially a perfect album. ....like a heavier My Bloody Valentine without the drums and Kevin Shields... or something."


    Both can be streamed and purchased on my bandcamp or any major MP3 store.
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      CommentAuthorcelan
    • CommentTimeOct 21st 2010
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    I might have posted this once before. Some video footage set to an improv ambient thing by me and some friends:
    • CommentAuthorNezzit
    • CommentTimeOct 21st 2010
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    this is one weird song... :) trip-hop mixed with death-rock...
    Enjoyz! :)

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    I reorganized my Soundcloud presentation today. Organized everything into sets that help the whole thing make more sense, historically and conceptually.
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      CommentAuthorJP C4rp3nter
    • CommentTimeOct 24th 2010 edited
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    Two new ebow-rich, moving on from shoegaze towards steeltoecapbootgaze, tracks from Singularity Jones.

    Oh Dear I Kicked Your Face
    New Beginning

    And I have also sung a song.

    Admiral of the Blue
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      CommentAuthorAlastair
    • CommentTimeOct 24th 2010
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    My band Death Watch are playing a halloween soiree at Cafe Drummonds (not really a cafe) if anyone in the aberdeen area wants something to do that eve!
    • CommentAuthorNezzit
    • CommentTimeOct 25th 2010
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    New song...more downtempo. Enjoy :)

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    I've finished another Biggie remix album. I'm happy with it, it's got a good flow to it. It incorporates live instrumentation, programmed instrumentation, sampling (even Bob Dylan), turntablism, and electronics. And it's free.

    This is the cover:


    This is the LINK: MM vs. BIG: Volume II
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      CommentAuthorKernowdrunk
    • CommentTimeOct 28th 2010 edited
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    New ragtag collection of Kemper Norton odds and ends available for free download here

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      CommentAuthorcelan
    • CommentTimeOct 29th 2010 edited
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    Ignore: Post FAIL.
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      CommentAuthortexture
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010 edited
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    Hi guys. I contributed vocals to a track on the new EP 'The Six Billion' by Twin Lizard Allstars V4. It's underground / esoteric hip-hop from a Lincoln-based netlabel, Needle In The Groove, and has contributions from rappers and producers worldwide. The track I'm on is called 'Nemesis.' Hope you enjoy it!

    Twin Lizard - The 6 Billion EP


    Stream / DL on SoundCloud

    Myself and some other emcees from Black Lantern are going down to Lincoln to play a gig with Twin Lizard in Jan / Feb next year - if you're nearby (Sneak, I'm looking at you!), we'll give you guestlist places if you hit us up in advance.
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    For people who enjoy ghostly glitch vomit noise. Outsider Industries Outsider Industries Space and you can also find samples at I Just Saw You Die
    • CommentAuthortoby
    • CommentTimeNov 9th 2010
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    Download a demo of a track on my electronic album-in-progress (.wav file)
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    Our double tape with usb stick and badge set release comes out on December 6th
    it looks like this:
    tapes

    there's only going to be 50 of them with ten of them being housed in an old book
    it looks like this:
    boook

    since we received more usb sticks than we thought, there will be a physical digital release, 15 of the buggers, housed in a piece of old wood.

    sound snippets can be found here


    We're also supporting Sleep in Oysters in Oxford on November 20th
    • CommentAuthorAdam K
    • CommentTimeNov 10th 2010 edited
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    I decided earlier that I was tired of rapping over other people's instrumentals, downloaded FL Studio, and two hours later had this

    http://www.mediafire.com/?it2ev4a9fte4ib0

    Feel free to make fun of me.
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      CommentAuthorcelan
    • CommentTimeNov 10th 2010
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    The drummer (Judah Nagler) for one of my bands has another band called The Velvet Teen that is releasing a new EP on iTunes tomorrow (11/11/10). It's pretty sweet...check it out.
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      CommentAuthorlx
    • CommentTimeNov 10th 2010 edited
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    Greetings Whitechapelains! Here's a preposterous concept triple-album/comicbook by me and Star St.Germain:

    WE ARE GIVING UP: ALL OVER THE MAP.

    In early 2010, Portland-native John C. Worsley composed 12 songs, "stars lost your name," each in a different state, traveling east.

    In late 2010, Boston-native Star St.Germain released 12 songs, "name your lost stars," each about a different state, traveling west.



    Be sure to [click the spiral, click the heart, click the star, repeat] as it plays the music to get the most from the player.
  8.  (8869.80)
    'Upstate", the indie film that used my track "Coracle", has been picked up by a distributor, so I'll get a little more money now... and more if the film ever shows a net profit.

    You can hear this completely uncharacteristic tune at Soundcloud, in the "Executive Lullabies" playlist.