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Wednesday, November 25, 2015

2011 CLASSIC // Hot Girls (Single + Remixes) by NazcarNation

A 2011 classic from NazcarNation (now Gangplans).

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

DOWNLOAD: Kat Seckz by Imprintafter, 2012 Chillwave Classic

A classic, available for free download, via imprintafter.

Found on Darla: Light and Waves by i am robot and proud

Something I found through Darla Records facebook page. Listen to "Weird Gravity." I think they're from Toronto. Reminds me of Sweet Trip.

Download: 愛 by コンシャスTHOUGHTS, Tasty Free Future Funk

Saturday, October 17, 2015

Download: My Vegan Dog by Hearts Bonfire

via Memory No.36 Recordings. Check out their other fine releases. 

Saturday, October 10, 2015


Just a little something scary I cooked up for Halloween or Samhain,  its' pagan name, focusing on   artists who had been in Throbbing Gristle, and their associates. Throbbing Gristle split in half, yielding Chris & Cosey (Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti), and Psychic TV (Genesis P-Orridge and Peter "Sleazy" Christopherson). In 1984 Christopherson split off from PTV taking with him Geoff Rushton, aka John Balance, who became Coil. Current 93 is the group of David Tibet who had been in Psychic TV, and split off at the same time as Sleazy and Geoff. Many Current 93 records feature the members of Coil,  Steven Stapleton of Nurse with Wound,  Boyd Rice and Douglas P. of Death in June. "Terminus" and "The Full Pack", both presented in their full length,  dominate the set. They are Psychic TV at the full peak of their power, and are among the scariest pieces of music ever recorded. Listen to it in the dark.


Track list
0:00 Psychic TV "Terminus" (1982)
11:30 X-TG ‎ แฝดนรก (Faet Narok) "Faet Narok Two" (2012)
15:00 Coil "Blood From the Air" (1986)
19:40 Chris & Cosey "Haunted Heroes" (1986)
22:45 Coil "Cardinal Points" (1986)
26:30 Death in June "The Wall of Sacrifice" (1990)
33:10 Current 93 "To Feed the Moon" (1986)
38:04 Psychic TV "The Full Pack" (1983)
51:00 Current 93 "Earth Covers Earth" (1988)

Wednesday, October 7, 2015