The Squid’s Ear Reviews

From the Squid’s Ear:

Olivier Dumont:
Living in Holes and Disused Shafts

Leo Dumont/Matt Milton:
(Another Timbre Byways)

Abbott / Dumont / Kanngiesser:
Loiter Volcano
(Another Timbre)

Heiner Goebbels:
The Italian Concerto
(I Dischi di Angelica)

Xu Fengxia / Lucas Niggli:
Black Lotos

The Lonesome Echo

Kurt Gottschalk:

Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Parriso U.F.O.:
Dark Side of the Black Moon / What Planet Are We On?
(Important Records)

John Cage:
Cage Performs Cage: Empty Words; Music for Piano; One?
(Mode Records)

Quatre Ttes:
(Creative Sources)

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Dusted Reviews

From Dusted:

Artist: Acid Mothers Temple and the Melting Paraiso U.F.O
Album: Lord of the Underground: Vishnu and the Magic Elixir
Label: Alien8
Review date: Jun. 19, 2009

Artist: Wrekmeister Harmonies
Album: Recordings Made in Public Spaces, Vol. 1
Label: Atavistic
Review date: Jun. 19, 2009

Artist: The People Band
Album: 69-70
Label: Emanem
Review date: Jun. 18, 2009

Artist: Blue Sabbath Black Cheer
Album: Crows Eat the Eyes From the Leviathans Carcass
Label: Release The Bats
Review date: Jun. 17, 2009

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Musique Machine Reviews

From Musique Machine:

Merzbow – Hodosan
Hodosan three long tracks are made up of bombarding, bone shaking and violent live drum work-outs that are complex, brutal & offten improvised. And weaved in and out of the near constant drum attacks are singed, boiled and burnt noise scapes.

The Legendary Pink DotsAlchemical Playschool
Alchemical Playschool finds field recordings from around India and Indian music twang meeting the psychedelic electronics and general post industrial oddness of The Legendary Pink Dots muisc.

Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Parais – Cometary Orbital Drive
Cometary orbital Drive is another fine and rewarding example of Acid mother Temples distinctive and one-off sound. With this time around things staying very tied into a spaced Kraut rock type groove, but with the usual quirky and at times bizarre elements and sonic progressions thrown in too.

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