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is kinda cool, but every time I have to add a release there I:
* want to scream.
* wonder why I'm still using it.

It just doesn't make any sense to me that it still has its own database when they just could rely on instead.

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Sometimes I feel sad. Then I start listening to my music library on shuffle. That there is so much music that is not only so good, but also so diverse, truly makes me happy.

!

"The Tragedy InThe Style Of Minimalism". Курёхин "Трагедия в стиле минимализм"

youtube.com/watch?v=ZJL6f6XlFm

Runners up: Daughters - You Won't Get What You Want.

Noisy, dirty, industrial rock/punk. Like: Swans meets Godflesh or something. I have to be in the mood for this, but it's pretty interesting. Perhaps a little overhyped by some of the music press, but it is powerful music and took my by surprise.

open.spotify.com/album/21wg2jY

#BestOf2018 #Daughters

What do you usually drink when you need to focus (or wake up)?

[ ] Coffee
[ ] Tea
[ ] Matcha
[ ] Other (please comment)

My diversion into metal continues with revisiting Nomeansno, one of Canada's greatest hardcore bands and purveyors of frenetic,intricate, jazz-tinged thrash. Imagine Black Flag and Devo having a music baby.

..or maybe don't imagine that, actually.

nomeansnomusic.bandcamp.com/al

Waiting for a train for 30 minutes after a long trip while listening to , AMA

is such an amazing band, I need to listen more to them. Here are the albums I already know and love, do you guys have anything else to recommend? My favourite so far is the 2003 self-titled LP.

BBC Radio 4 To Air New Weird Britain Series

"New Weird Britain will feature interviews with musicians such as Gazelle Twin, Richard Dawson, Guttersnipe, Sophie Cooper, Hawthonn, AJA, Rhodri and Angharad Davies, Natalie Sharp, Kelly Jayne Jones and many others. There will also be guest appearances from Cosey Fanni Tutti and Jennifer Lucy Allan during the series."

fuck yeah British experimental music forever

#music

thequietus.com/articles/26559-

Here's a message to people who speak loudly at concerts Show more

reading his lyrics for "Falling To Pieces" (). Used as partial narrative for Rodrigo Marín's 2011 short film 'Mala Onda 20 años', paying homage to the 20th anniversary of Alberto Fuguet's 1991 novel, titled 'Mala Onda'.

If I remember correctly, one of the characters in Mala Onda is based on Mike Patton.

youtube.com/watch?v=pLODa_JVzc

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