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robr
PostPosted: Sat Dec 17, 2011 12:56 am  Reply with quote
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22 for 2011 (albums, eps, singles):

Adapta: EP 1
Byetone: Symeta
Cloaks: Versions Grain
Cortex: Vacuum Theory
Dalglish: Benacah Drann Deachd
Dead Fader: Luckeeey EP
Emptyset: Demiurge
FZV: Soundsump
Kangding Ray: Or
Alva Noto: Univrs Uniscope
Orphx: Radiotherapy
Roly Porter: Aftertime
Regis: In a Syrian Tongue
Scorn: Yozza
Somatic Responses: Concrete Glider
Surgeon: Breaking the Frame
Chris Watson: El Tren Fantasma - The Signal Man's Mix
Zombieflesheater: Tweng
Zu: Axion (Phantomsmasher remix)/Chthonian (James Plotkin remix)
Various Artists: Anonymous Series Volume Two
Various Artists: Codex I
Various Artists: Mu EP
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 17, 2011 11:18 am  Reply with quote
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elrrek wrote:
Boyd and Fiends wrote:
... I had some Bathory .. Under the ... Black Mark ...


Oooo-eerrr Missus.
That Welsh sure puts it about a bit eeeh? Nudge, nudge, wink wink.
Saucy devil.


I had been a bit jealous of you two and thought my hellfest B.O. was putting blackmark off but the boyd pheremones won him over... he was indeed a bit saucy Wink
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 17, 2011 12:02 pm  Reply with quote
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In alphabetical order.

The Advisory Circle - As The Crow Flies
African Head Charge - Voodoo Of The Godsent
Bjork - Biophilla
Brian Eno - Drums Between The Bells
Cabaret Voltaire - Johnny Yesno Redux
The Caretaker - An Empty Bliss Beyond This World
Controlled Bleeding - Ode To Bubbler
Cut Hands - Afro Noise 1
Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi - Rome
Demdike Stare - Tryptych
DJ Shadow - The Less You Know The Better
The Field - Looping State Of Mind
Ghostpoet - Peanut Butter Blues & Melancholy Jam
The Haxan Cloak - The Haxan Cloak
Hey Colossus - RRR
Kode 9 & Spaceape - Black Sun
Low - C'mon
Manorexia - Dinoflagellate Blooms
Moon Wiring Club - Somewhere A Fox Is Getting Married
Moon Wiring Club - Clutch It Like A Gonk
The Oscillation - Veils
Patrick Wolf - Lupercalia
Pinch & Shackleton - Pinch & Shackleton
PJ Harvey - Let England Shake
Seefeel - Seefeel
Thurston Moore - Demolished Thoughts
Tim Hecker - Ravedeat, 1972
The Twilight Singers - Dynamite Steps
UCNX - Generation Damaged
White Hills - H-p1
Wire - Red Barked Tree
Zwischenwelt - Paranormale Aktivität
Årabrot - Solar arse

Thanks to all of those of you that liked the Quartersized album, and apologises for not listed any other Avalancher's releases as I have got around to giving them a good listen yet, although I have really enjoyed what I've heard.

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 17, 2011 12:50 pm  Reply with quote
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Manorexia - Dinoflagellate Blooms
PJ Harvey - Let England Shake
White Hills - H-p1

And I'll add any of the recently released Sky Burial records, they're all GREAT !

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saxenhammer wrote:
elrrek wrote:
Mothra wrote:

Conan - Horseback Battlehammer


2010.
/PollPedant

Also, is everyones list shit they actually bought or stuff you just "London Rioted"?


I london rioted 90% of it beforehand, but now own each and every one.


yeah thats usually my modus operandi. I don't like buying things blindly, but if I'm going to keep it because it's good, I'll usually dish out the money for the vinyl.

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NEW ZION TRIO-Fight Against Babylon

AUTOPSY-Macabre Eternal

CUT HANDS-Afro Noise 1

LES RHINOCEROS-Les Rhinoceros

GANGPOL & MIT-The 1000 Softcore Tourist People Club

TOTAL FUCKING DESTRUCTION-Hater

COLIN STETSON-New History Warfare 2 : Judges

FRANK ZAPPA-Feeding The Monkies At Ma Maison

MATANA ROBERTS-COIN COIN Chapter One: Gens de Couleur Libres

JEREMIAH CYMERMAN-Fire Sign

NATE YOUNG - Stay Asleep ( Regression Vol. 2 )

CATHEDRAL-Anniversary



HONOURABLE MENTIONS -

JOHN ZORN - Nova Express

MASTODON -The Hunter

MITOCHONDRION - Parasignosis

WORMROT - Dirge

YES - Fly From Here

JAMIE SAFT - Borscht Belt Studies

MILES DAVIS - Bitches Brew Live

CLOUD RAT - Fever Dreams

MARK NAUSEEF, IKUE MORI, EVAN PARKER, BILL LASWELL - Near Nadir
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regis - in a syrian tongue
raime - hennail
cio d'or - magnetfluss
yves de mey - counting triggers
powell - the ongoing significance of steel & flesh
emptyset - avichi
emptyset - demiurge
roly porter - aftertime
ben frost & daniel bjarnason - solaris
chasing voices - another walk
perc - wicker & steel
end of all existence - the final hours
cloaks -versions grain
orphx - radiotherapy
kangding ray - or
senking - tweek
black dog - liber chaos
gh - ground
pinch & shackleton - s/t
sawf - flaws
the haxan cloak - s/t
death grips - exmilitary
paul jebanasam - music for the church of st john the baptist
swarms - old raves end
holy other - with u
old apparatus - s/t
dead sound & videohead - the chosen
consequence - symbol#4
surgeon - breaking the frame
dbridge - city of lonely runaways
vatican shadow - kneel before religious icons
rrose x bob ostertag - motormouth variations
andy stott - passed me by + we stay together
they live - cancel standard
mosaic vol1 - v/a

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I dont think Ive heard shit this year except for Lusca's Exodus.
(And I feel like an ass I shouldve heard the Concrete/Field release but still havent!!)

Oh wait the new Immolation EP!!

Been a slow year for music.. Ive still got Portal's Swarth glued in the cd player..

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Monotremata wrote:

Been a slow year for music.. Ive still got Portal's Swarth glued in the cd player..


Good place for it.

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elrrek wrote:
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Been a slow year for music.. Ive still got Portal's Swarth glued in the cd player..


Good place for it.


Yes, good album.
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Boyd and Fiends wrote:
elrrek wrote:
Boyd and Fiends wrote:
... I had some Bathory .. Under the ... Black Mark ...


Oooo-eerrr Missus.
That Welsh sure puts it about a bit eeeh? Nudge, nudge, wink wink.
Saucy devil.


I had been a bit jealous of you two and thought my hellfest B.O. was putting blackmark off but the boyd pheremones won him over... he was indeed a bit saucy Wink


it's usually where i've spilt kebab all over myself. this is doing nothing for my self esteem when i'm feeling a little fragile this morning. i am such a tart!

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Monotremata wrote:
I dont think Ive heard shit this year except for Lusca's Exodus.


Could be worse... Very Happy

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blackmark wrote:
Boyd and Fiends wrote:
elrrek wrote:
Boyd and Fiends wrote:
... I had some Bathory .. Under the ... Black Mark ...


Oooo-eerrr Missus.
That Welsh sure puts it about a bit eeeh? Nudge, nudge, wink wink.
Saucy devil.


I had been a bit jealous of you two and thought my hellfest B.O. was putting blackmark off but the boyd pheremones won him over... he was indeed a bit saucy Wink


it's usually where i've spilt kebab all over myself. this is doing nothing for my self esteem when i'm feeling a little fragile this morning. i am such a tart!


Mark, you know that if it wasn't for Josh, Golz, Avo, Mono and The Curator I'd be all over you, kebab sauced or not.

Chin up man!

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 19, 2011 8:20 pm  Reply with quote
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Agnostic Front - " My Life My Way "

The Low Anthem - " Smart Flesh

Fucked Up - " David Comes To Life "

Random Hand - " Seething Is Believing "

Drive-By Truckers - " Go-Go Boots "

Dirtbombs - "Party Store "

UK Subs - " Work In Progress "

Radio Dead Ones - " AAA "

Roger Miret & The Disasters - " Gotta Get Up Now "

The Head Cat - " Walk The Walk...Talk The Talk "

Lords Of Altamont - " Midnight To 666 "

Dave Hause -" Resolutions "

And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of The Dead - " Tao Of The Dead "

Motörhead - " The World Is Yours "

Amebix - " Sonic Mass "

Defeater - " Empty Days & Sleepless Nights "

H2O - " Don't Forget Your Roots "

Lionheart - " Built On Struggle "

Sick Of It All - " Nonstop "

Touche Amore - " Parting the Sea Between Brightness and Me "

Trapped Under Ice - " Big Kiss Goodnight "

Hella - " Tripper "

Jimmy Cliff - " Sacred Fire "

Bangers - " Small Pleasures "

The Horrible Crowes - "Elsie"

Tom Waits - " Bad As Me "

Social Distortion - " Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes "

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avocado diaboli wrote:
Monotremata wrote:
I dont think Ive heard shit this year except for Lusca's Exodus.


Could be worse... Very Happy


Yeah we couldve gotten a full length Haedron or something!!

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That, sir, is not going to happen. Haedron is so heavy and works so slowly, that, the last time we tried to write songs, we actually bent the time/space-continuum and almost retroactively erased all the music we had already released.

A feat, I might add, Tom Warrior is trying to accomplish without any success so far. The whole reason for the sheer magnificent brutality that is Triptykon is to simply make "Cold Lake" vanish.

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Fuck me, I thought The Lords Of Altamont record was 2010 ! Hit me with a stone. Excellent record.

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avocado diaboli wrote:
That, sir, is not going to happen. Haedron is so heavy and works so slowly, that, the last time we tried to write songs, we actually bent the time/space-continuum and almost retroactively erased all the music we had already released.


Believe it or not, and I mean this with all seriousness people, this statement is actually 1/3 of the way to the truth. The universe did indeed conspire events in such a manner that it did in fact eradicate 33% of the music recorded by this band, which at the time was 50% of their total work. The maths here is quite complicated, I'll understand if you don't quite get it.

avocado diaboli wrote:
A feat, I might add, Tom Warrior is trying to accomplish without any success so far. The whole reason for the sheer magnificent brutality that is Triptykon is to simply make "Cold Lake" vanish.


He's not trying hard enough. I know it is a task that will involve massive effort and resources but still ... I don't believe the quantity of eye liner he is currently using is any where near enough.

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elrrek wrote:
avocado diaboli wrote:
That, sir, is not going to happen. Haedron is so heavy and works so slowly, that, the last time we tried to write songs, we actually bent the time/space-continuum and almost retroactively erased all the music we had already released.


Believe it or not, and I mean this with all seriousness people, this statement is actually 1/3 of the way to the truth. The universe did indeed conspire events in such a manner that it did in fact eradicate 33% of the music recorded by this band, which at the time was 50% of their total work. The maths here is quite complicated, I'll understand if you don't quite get it.


I planned on working on a new Haedron song late september, and look what happened; CERN tells us we might have to reconsider the fundamental laws of physics... If that's not a warning, what is?
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I planned on working on a new Haedron song late september, and look what happened; CERN tells us we might have to reconsider the fundamental laws of physics... If that's not a warning, what is?


I know exactly what you are talking about. Last time I started working on new material that might have been useful for Haedron I ended up making a Rush coverversion instead. If that doesn't defy the laws of physics I don't know what does.

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avocado diaboli wrote:
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I planned on working on a new Haedron song late september, and look what happened; CERN tells us we might have to reconsider the fundamental laws of physics... If that's not a warning, what is?


I know exactly what you are talking about. Last time I started working on new material that might have been useful for Haedron I ended up making a Rush coverversion instead. If that doesn't defy the laws of physics I don't know what does.


Last time I thought about working on new material that might be useful for Haedron I ended up increasing the mass of the band by purchasing 2 more guitars ...

The natural law of the universe hasn't found a way to actually bring the 3 constituent parts together at the same time anyway so I don't think there's any need for a rush.

Wait ... there's no Rush? Someone tell Josh!!!

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Dammit, knew I'd forget something..


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^^ hit or miss that one. Same with the follow up.

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Yeah "Thursday" was kinda like that but the first one? Great stuff IMO.

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Ok, I have to add

Consequence - Test Dream
Stingray313 - Misinformation Campaign

as late additions. Especially the Consequence LP blew my mind. Even better than the last one. That's drum & bass that is still worthwhile.

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acid bath - when the kite string pops

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In no particular order:
Autopsy - Macabre Eternal
Anthrax - Worship Music
Brutal Truth - End Time
Stone Angels - Within the Witch
Heresiarch - Hammer of Intransigence
Skuldom - Kill this Fucking World
Sticky Filth - Fourth Domain
Beastwars - s/t
Sinistrous Diabolus - Opus One reissue

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thanks to all who mentioned releases we released this year.

boris - heavy rocks
mogwai - hardcore will never die but you will
the book of knots - garden of fainting stars (more of you should check this record, Joel and Tony did a fantastic job on it)
surgeon - breaking the frame (shut up Mick before you start this record is his best for while)
explosions in the sky - take care, take care, take care
pinch & shackleton - s/t
imaginary forces - uppstigande
gator bait ten - harvester (yeah I know I played on it, but it's Mark's work really, and more people should hear this as well)


haven't heard the regis yet didn't know about it wish I did but I do now.
was a good year for music to me, listened to more this year than I have in forever.
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desu evol yaw wrote:
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I fully endorse this...

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a couple of add-ons here:

v/a - Under The Avalanche

Fucked Up - David Comes To Life. (just listened to this for the first time yesterday)

The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble - LIVE - I Forsee The Dark Ahead If I Stay

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I tell you what is annoying - compiling your AsOTY around December, thinking there won't be many releases between then and the new year, only to have a discovery holocaust and end up wanting to add more records to your list!
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Disma - Towards the Megalith
Amebix - Sonic Mass
Chelsea Wolfe – Apokalypsis
Beastwars – s/t
Plaster - Platforms
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I've probably forgotten a few, but here we go:

Earth - Angels of Darkness, Demons of Light Part I
Tim Hecker - Ravedeath, 1972
Ghedalia Tazartes - Repas Froid
Cut Hands - Afro Noise I
Enablers - Blown Realms and Stalled Explosions
Robert Stillman - Machine's Song
Alva Noto - Univrs
Radiohead - The King of Limbs
Julianna Barwick - The Magic Place
Aethenor - En Form For Bla
Kangding Ray - OR
Harley Gaber - In Memoriam 2010
Richard Chartier - Transparency
Seth Cluett - Objects of Memory
Alan Morse Davies - Svalbard
Russell Haswell + Florian Hecker - Kanal GENDYN
John Chantler - The Luminous Ground
Byetone - Symeta

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Concrete/Field - 'Precision Components'
Tom Hall - 'Muted Angels'
Jesu - 'Ascension'
Laura - 'The Grey Earth/Mark the Day' (7")
The Native Cats - 'Process Praise'
Pale Sketcher - 'Seventh Heaven'
Pink Floyd - 'Wish You Were Hair' - Experience Edition reissue.
Scorn -'Yozza'
Spheres - 'Terra Bethel'
V/A - 'Bleak Metal' (New Weird Australia - free downloadable compilation)
V/A - ' Under the Avalanche'

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brokentiny wrote:
Pink Floyd - 'Wish You Were Hair' - Experience Edition reissue.


was that mixed by Bad Toupée?
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Tombs - Path Of Totality
Blut Aus Nord - 777 Sect(s) & The Desanctification
Ulcerate – The Destroyers of All
In Solitude - The World The Flesh The Devil
Negative Plane - Stained Glass Revelations
Deaf Center - Owl Splinters (& Svarte Greiner's Twin)
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Pink Floyd - 'Wish You Were Hair' - Experience Edition reissue.


was that mixed by Bad Toupée?


D'oh!!! And I can't blame predictive text! What the hell?

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DARWIN wrote:
brokentiny wrote:
Pink Floyd - 'Wish You Were Hair' - Experience Edition reissue.


was that mixed by Bad Toupée?




roll



The Dark Side of the Wig...

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brokentiny wrote:
DARWIN wrote:
brokentiny wrote:
Pink Floyd - 'Wish You Were Hair' - Experience Edition reissue.


was that mixed by Bad Toupée?


D'oh!!! And I can't blame predictive text! What the hell?

i wasn't sure if that was a typo or some kinda weird al album sniggering

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One of these Days I'm gonna cut your hair into little pieces....

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