What are you listening to at the moment?

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Seferoth wrote: Mon Nov 08, 2021 5:44 am Anthem of Rome-Inno , i just love how powerful and majestic this sounds. Roma Aeterna!
I guess I shouldn't be surprised anymore. I was listening to Triarii's ancient Rome themed record Piece Heroique, on the weekend after at least a decade (a friend put it on after we came to my place from a party late at night. I got so high I had to go lie down, and the music sent my mind flying over Rome of 2000 years ago, like a bird or a drone. I saw history, and it was almost scary.). Beautiful dramatic bombast.

Nahumatarah wrote: Mon Nov 08, 2021 9:35 am gets a spin from me regularly during these darkening winter days.
Know them too, which won't surprise you anymore. A repepepetitive eleven minute track from 1994, by Rapoon, Fallen Gods, would make a brightening summer days counterpart, for that Black Rain track.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S0TdFwzH1F4
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Inspired by the recent discussion on the Fantasy and coming home topic I went through my music library for albums from the 80's that trigger nostalgic memories for me and Try Out by KaS Product caught my attention.

KaS Product were a French electronic duo formed in 1980 then disbanded a decade later. They reformed in 2005 until the death of the duo's other half Spatz in 2019. Try Out is their second album released in 1982, through record label RCA. I wasn't born yet when they were active between their founding and first disbanding, but listened to this album a lot as a kid. Mona Soyoc is one of my all time favorite vocalists. Darkthrone made a reference to the first track of the b-side So Young But So Cold on their 2006 The Cult is Alive.I'll let journalist and author Mick Mercer handle the rest of the introduction:

"Gorgeously provocative duo of Mona Soyoc and Spatz who released a couple of singles on their own punk label, then signed to RCA which seemed a remarkably odd union, which produced two blindingly brilliant albums, 'Try Out' and 'Bypass' that found the haunting, mad vocals hemmed in by and stretched out over the alternately boiling/icy keyboards, the shattering chatter of arching/dive bombing guitar and stabbing electronic rhythms." - Mick Mercer

Favorite tracks: Never Come Back , Sober
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I've been listening this album again and again. There are also other interesting albums in this channel.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dr6IkPSrvbw
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Nahumatarah wrote: Fri Nov 12, 2021 9:13 pm Inspired by the recent discussion on the Fantasy and coming home topic I went through my music library for albums from the 80's that trigger nostalgic memories for me and Try Out by KaS Product caught my attention.

KaS Product were a French electronic duo formed in 1980 then disbanded a decade later. They reformed in 2005 until the death of the duo's other half Spatz in 2019. Try Out is their second album released in 1982, through record label RCA. I wasn't born yet when they were active between their founding and first disbanding, but listened to this album a lot as a kid. Mona Soyoc is one of my all time favorite vocalists. Darkthrone made a reference to the first track of the b-side So Young But So Cold on their 2006 The Cult is Alive.I'll let journalist and author Mick Mercer handle the rest of the introduction:

"Gorgeously provocative duo of Mona Soyoc and Spatz who released a couple of singles on their own punk label, then signed to RCA which seemed a remarkably odd union, which produced two blindingly brilliant albums, 'Try Out' and 'Bypass' that found the haunting, mad vocals hemmed in by and stretched out over the alternately boiling/icy keyboards, the shattering chatter of arching/dive bombing guitar and stabbing electronic rhythms." - Mick Mercer

Favorite tracks: Never Come Back , Sober
Very interesting! I always find these obscure 80s electronic artists somehow fascinating. Whatever the reality behind the band might be, there is a certain aura of mystery around these old artists. Maybe it's just because the internet was not yet invented as we know it today :)
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https://open.spotify.com/track/2HFzqFt5 ... =copy-link

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"Jumalhämärä - Resignaatio"

https://youtube.com/playlist?list=OLAK5 ... s_P4WD2oSk

This is definitely one of my favourite finnish black metal albums.
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Enough time has passed. Time for some Japanese greatness.

Clotted Symmetric Sexual Organ. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_u_aXUN5CQ

Su19b. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OqdVhGki1kM

Dissecting Table. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZfdTpvBhHE

Absolut Null Punkt. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kGDeYs0oTZE
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Also a tip of the hat to the current climate, Flagitious Idiosyncrasy In The Dilapidation (also Japan). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tooBve1gRNg

Naturally I wouldn't mention them, if they weren't actually good.
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Benemal wrote: Tue Nov 30, 2021 6:11 pm Enough time has passed. Time for some Japanese greatness.
What about Sigh, Sabbat and eX-Girl?
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Kenazis wrote: Tue Nov 30, 2021 8:02 pm What about Sigh, Sabbat and eX-Girl?
I don't know the third. Must look into.

Belgian industrial techno from the late 90's. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzG7_HH6QnY
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