I’ll do the diary on another post as I’ve been a bit busy today – all of which will be explained on the diary …
Anyway the first Aural Delights of 2012 is jammed packed with new stuff and some great stuff from last year……a few links and such but I’m a bit busy to do too much info…..
- Unquiet Nights – Burning The Tracks – 21st Century Redemption Songs
- The Cubical – Dirty Shame – It Aint Human
- Cults – You Know What I Mean – Cults
- Comet Sands – Andromeda – I predict greatness for this lot……
- Curry Quiche – Social Barrier Thing
- Simon Waldram – Gravity
- Paul J Riley – Blue
- Magnetic island – Don’t Need I Now – from the new album. The latest message from the band says “January is going to be a busy month in Magnetic Island land. Our debut full-length drops on January 17, and we’ll be celebrating its release the following week at Death By Audio in Brooklyn with friends HHR, Bambara and Trabajo.Until then, we wanted to let you know that three tracks from the new album can now be heard in their full mastered glory thanks to Verbal Rocket and QRO Magazine. Grab “Don’t Need It Now” from the latest Verbal Rocket mixtape at http://verbalrocket.bandcamp.com and stream “Whatever You Wanted” and “When You’re Finished” via QRO Mag athttp://www.qromag.com/mp3s/Magnetic-Island-Whatever-You-Wanted-/.
Expect at least one more song to drop before album release. And if you haven’t already, you can still reserve your copy of the LP and some special goodies ahead of time via our album pre-order at http://magneticisland.bandcamp.com/.”
- Gang Gang Dance – Romance Layers – from the Eye Contact album
- All India Radio – Bollywood Nights (Remix)
- Dave Graney – I Am Your Humble Servant – from the Supermodified album
- Vaudeville and Bad Omens – Bean Song – from Ravenna – kind of quirky
- Calling All Astronauts – Someone Like You – from Western London – neu-Goth….???
- The Statler Project – Plenty – an Indie Dance Rudewave tune with a wee bit of what someone called Rocktronica from Glasgow.
- Dadamah – Papa Doc – a Farley fumble from New Zealand
To listen go here