- Nov 25, 2017
Just kill me
I legit hurt my neck for two days from headbanging so hard. one of the craziest sets I'd ever seen, and packed as hell for a sunday night
the cassette trend is so frustrating to me. I'm not going to ever buy a cassette deck, I understand it's cheap to get out to physical but can't you please just enable bandcamp downloads?Very much not clubbing: I'm living my life through ambient albums at the moment.
Khotin - Beautiful You and New Tab are brilliant. The former especially. Wish it was 12" and not cassette.
Cass. - Postclub Prism is just wonderful. Swings between the lighter (!) side of Emra Grid, Disasterpeace, Ripperton's Sight Seeing in terms of tone. Lovely.
I'm sure it is digital in some form, but if I get really invested into something, I love to buy it.
I've seen cassette-only releases, it's not ideal
Just saw that. I'm getting married on Saturday so not going to get a chance to listen to it until next week at the earliest.
I started that and couldn't really get into it. Maybe the first track isn't representative though. I did love the original album so it's tough to hear it remixed
I didn't really love the remix album but his solo joint is dope. Always been a big fan of his though. Modafinil Blues is my shit.
CD mixes have been on a decline for a good many years now. Last year was absolutely dire. This year has been better but newer structures are needed. Will Saul had his "commissioned tracks only" mix this year, Fabric have slyly been moving towards Spotify and vinyl companions. 200 is a good round number to bow out at. Also, FabricLive isn't the event it once was when it all started out, so probably a good time to evolve.
move over Swedish House Mafia, this is the only comeback I care aboutGesaffelstein is back. He's signed with Columbia, and mysterious billboards have gone up.
I'm excited. I liked Aleph and I dug his work with the Weeknd, so I'm ready.
Crack has a new interview with one Richard D. James.
They’re also promising a month of coverage on the man as well. Something new is on the horizon.