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Cinematronica, September 2014

Arge’s world of Cinematronica is back.
Another carefully selected eclectic mix of electronica, jazz and hip hop. Plus a little rock, French pop, and even some Dub Reggae. All of it neatly sewn up with some rare, and a less rare, film score.
This months Cinematronica soundtrack includes Taylor McFerrin, Plaid, Jungle, Moodoid, Chapelier Fou, Ennio Morricone, Hidden Orchestra, UNKLE, The Fiery Furnaces, Marie Laforêt, Piero Umiliani and Ralfe Band.

Rich Martin Manifesto

Some exquisitely brooding electronica, The creepiest Hip Hop tune you’ll hear all year, new guitar music, and Kate Bush bandwagon jumping. This month’s Manifesto is a sedate, yet emotionally wrought affair with some extraordinary new music from Mansionair, FKA Twigs, My Brightest Diamond, Karen O and Los Angeles Police Department.

The end of days never sounded so good.

New Old Underworld

JimDoes just brought this to the attention of the blog. Undoubtably, more treasures await.

:>>new OLD underworld from the dubnobasswithmyheadman reissue..

Buxton drops sublime Bowie, Eno, Visconti Animation

There’s too much to love about this, and it’ll make up for the fact that Dr Buckles appears to be taking a break from BUG.

The lyric video is dead!

Long live the lyric video.
Directed by Carlos Lopez Estrada this vfx heavy video uses a visual representation of each line without a single lyric on screen. Like if Gondry used After Effects instead of theatre techniques.
The song by Sub Pop‘s hip hop trio clipping is also ace. They described themselves as making party music for the club you wish you hadn’t gone to!

1000 Names join DRUT Recordings.

They might have been knocking about for a while, but Bulgaria’s 1000 Names have found a new home for their latest release at DRUT. This early teaser promises a lovely lump of home-made house.

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