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« Sept 5, 2021 18:04:34 GMT via mobile »
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Couple bits I heard on YouTube sounded great, will give this a go

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« Sept 6, 2021 13:37:54 GMT »
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Really enjoying that Villagers record, nice one Titch, would have never have bothered otherwise.

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« Sept 9, 2021 9:04:25 GMT via mobile »
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I think the new Jane Weaver album might be favourite so far this year.


Just gone back to this after a few months.

Surprised it didn't receive more love on here. It's marvellous.


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« Sept 9, 2021 11:12:06 GMT »
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I really liked her previous album, but this one just didn't grab me.

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« Sept 13, 2021 22:05:42 GMT via mobile »
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Robert Levon Been (BRMC) - The Card Counter OST

This came out a couple of days ago. Wonderful stuff.

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« Sept 15, 2021 9:28:11 GMT via mobile » -
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This thread is too quiet this year.

Throwing a few recs out:

Djinn - Transmission
spacey almost ambient in places jazz record from members of Swedish psych bands Hills & Goat. Big vibes on this one


Amaro Freitas - Sankofa
Brazilian pianist. Usually not the type of jazz I gravitate too but this is really doing it for me. Mostly a 3 piece but I've been feeling this one


Skyzoo - All the Brilliant Things
have tried a few of his projects in the past and was a bit indifferent to them. This ones really landing with me. Lots of jazz samples & boom bap beats without sounding like a throwback. Cool record.


Joao Selva - Navegar
Upbeat Brazilian MPB record. Been sounding glorious with the recent weather


The new Go! Team records an absolute joy. Yeah, it's pretty much the same old Go! Team, but them really nailing it. Nobody else sounds like that band, bloody wonderful.


Also Vanity Fairys EP Love From Above. Ridiculous late 70s disco meets early 80s pop. Superstar is such a tune



Loving the Skyzoo album.

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« Sept 15, 2021 12:04:53 GMT via mobile »
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But his 2019 record with Pete Rock is a whole different level though!

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« Sept 15, 2021 12:51:20 GMT via mobile »
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The Djinn record is also really good. I would expect to see them play Cafe Oto.

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« Sept 17, 2021 15:32:23 GMT via mobile »
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Properly obsessed with the new Low album at the minute. Everyone jizzed over their last one but I struggled with it. This is doing it for me right now though.

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« Sept 20, 2021 17:08:25 GMT via mobile »
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Never listened to any of his stuff before. Aware of the name from the Archie Sheep thing he did. What kind of thing is this new one?


Been listening to the collab with Archie Shepp these last couple of days. It's excellent.

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« Sept 21, 2021 12:57:35 GMT via mobile »
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Much like the Villagers album a month ago, the Sainte Etienne album has caught me by surprise.

Another band that have passed me by, bar an odd single here and there in the 90s.

But a review of their new album popped up on the Quietus, which I thought was out of place. But they loved it and lo and behold, it's kind of wonderful.

For anyone that went clubbing/raving in the mid 90s, it'd be the sort of thing that would sit alongside Leftism (i'm not comparing the 2 btw) at an after party or at a certain cafe or two by the beach in Ibiza. I wish i'd discovered earlier in the summer.

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