Posts tagged with "Leaving Records"

Sadistic Candle/Run Dust – ‘Peach Broth’

May 16, 2017

Sadistic Candle/Run Dust – ‘Peach Broth’ Barrett Avner (formerly of lo-fi garage legends Sic Alps) has been using the name Sadistic Candle for a while now, debuting the moniker with a tape on Sun Ark back in 2011. The project has been way more productive as of late, with another Sun Ark release (a double split with his own AC Band) in 2015,... 

Week in Review #112

April 2, 2016

Week in Review #112 #1 – 3.28.16 – The Bandcamp Blog ran an extensive feature on Dust-to-Digital’s wonderful Music of Morocco: Recorded by Paul Bowles, 1959, a career-capping collection that Bowles recorded across North Africa while working “under the auspices of the Library of Congress”... 

Week in Review #109

March 12, 2016

Week in Review #109 “I’m still working my way through the piles of music that I’ve acquired over the past couple of months, so on this installment of the FFFoxy Podcast show you’ll again hear plenty of newer releases and reissues, along with a couple of older tracks that I thought tied-in well with that material.... 

Week in Review #91

October 24, 2015

Week in Review #91 Starting off with a late entry this week, circa 10.17, but I very much wanted to share BeatRoute’s recent introductory primer on Dub Ditch Picnic and its headman Chris Jacques — someone that’s introduced me and a gaggle of other isolated weirdo dandies to a whole range of distinct... 

Week in Review #47

November 29, 2014

Week in Review #47 “Forget grooving with a Pict” says Eiderdown Records, of their new live cassette from Seattle’s Fungal Abyss, “this species of furry things are blasting away, the sounds echoing across ancient underground river beds where blind cave-fish raise their heads and say ‘Right... 

Week in Review #31

August 9, 2014

Week in Review #31 Plenty to catch up on this week, including news that French experimental producer High Wolf would be reissuing his Straight Cassette recordings, a “weird hip-hop” outing under his Black Zone Myth Chant moniker; an incredibly fun plod through acidic insanity. It’s been available digitally... 

Week in Review #13

April 5, 2014

Week in Review #13 A DIS Magazine feature from earlier this month began my week, with Danish curator and critic Toke Lykkeberg encouraging art criticism to cool down, be introspective, and re-examine its parameters. He laments a lack of discourse and speculates that “If there is no longer any critical debate, it... 

Jitwam – “Keepyourbusinesstoyourself”

November 26, 2013

Jitwam – “Keepyourbusinesstoyourself”   Though beats and fuzzy hip-hop instrumentals may be all the rage in the underground community, producer Jitwam (apparently from Manipur, in northeast India, but currently based in Australia) offers something a little more out of the box with his mellow, soul-induced tracks that sound dredged from... 

Ahnnu – World Music

September 5, 2013

Ahnnu – World Music Leaving Records offers the latest from their Stones Throw partnership, World Music, the third release from experimental LA beatmaker, Ahnnu. Though the album features some incredibly spacious and beautiful production work, we’re only able to preview the whole thing with “Shame,” a... 

Ras G – “Agaveman”

May 9, 2013

Ras G – “Agaveman” Following his 7-inch and cassette on Leaving Records last year, space beat maker Ras G is bringing back more intergalactic moves with his new tape, Raw Fruit; released on Leaving but being exclusively sold through Stone’s Throw. The buck never stops at just one tiiing with Ras G, though. His...