Cool Music to Vape to - Part 2

EmDeemo

Pastor for the Church of Stop Coughing since 1849
Did they ever get their radio back?

RIP David Berman.


SPACE ROCK ABOUT A WEREWOLF! :)


SPACE ROCK ABOUT A BLOCK OF FLATS! :)


SPACE ROCK ABOUT... SPACE! :D


One more. This time space rock about a nonsense road system. Ginger Baker on drums
 
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EmDeemo

Pastor for the Church of Stop Coughing since 1849
@Planck

Isnt it? :)

I try and click on a random youtube album once every few weeks or so. Spin was todays. Never heard of it before, but it funks like all of fuckery!
 
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Pastor for the Church of Stop Coughing since 1849
First I've heard of them, formed in the Netherlands according to google. Nice :)
Middle of the album gets a bit naff and rocky, but theres some great stuff on there.

They did one other album apparently -

 
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Japan's Most Dangerous Band
Love it! I guessed it would be the Hanatarash from the headline; somewhat relieved to see I was right! It would be pretty troubling if some other band one-upped the dozer stunt, for a variety of reasons... thinking of, like, Mayhem here. For a guy in such an extreme band, singer Yamataka Eye had a bunch of cool collabs, mainly thanks to his other band Boredoms. In Boredoms he toured with Nirvana, put out a collab with Ween, and was in John Zorn's rock band Naked City. Great stuff if you dig it!

Relaxing with an old favorite record this evening. It has detractors but I can't get enough of how antiseptic and considered it is. Not a note out of place, every tune a languid tease-and-denial.
 
Just one of those shallow pop songs, you know, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah... these guys aren't from around here.
The Hu - Yuve Yuve Yu
The Hu slap! Found out recently they have a Youtube cooking show; it's adorable! Search it up: it's called "Hu's in the Kitchen"!

This evening I've got on The Weed Tree by psych-folk band Espers. It's just a few tracks long and mainly traditional songs and covers. Their arrangements of the traditional "Black Is the Colour" and "Tomorrow" by the Durutti Column are standouts, as is their version of Blue Öyster Cult's "Flaming Telepaths". The vocal harmonizing on this track is incredible! Stick around for the extended freakout at the end!

 
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