A third LP from Paul Woolford in 2019. This one is my favorite.
It happens to me sometimes that for years I completely ignore certain finest works of music, as if being blind and deaf, and then suddenly, after one more listen, an eureka moment occurs.
After having listened to “October Language” a double digit number of times over the past week, the phenomenon described is almost surreal. How could I not recognize the brilliance of this album earlier? Brian Eno, Tim Hecker, and Belong. Appropriate. Notably, Josh Eustis did contribute to the sound.
This reminds me of Brian Eno‘s “Ambient 4: On Land”.
It is uncertain whether Turk Dietrich and Michael Jones will release more music in the future as Belong, but they did perform “October Language” live in 2017, which leaves some hope.
Might be the only photograph I have ever taken in a concert. (And I have been to “a few”.)
As IDLES releases a new 7″ (be sure to check I Dream Guillotine on Spotify or YouTube), why not celebrate the brilliance of their debut LP, BRUTALISM.
Well done. We will celebrate the brilliance of Joy as an Act of Resistance. on a different occasion.
There is a lot to be written about Telefon Tel Aviv and Joshua Eustis, but right now this is his new track:
The last part is marvellous, reminded me the work of Gridlock. This was the previous track (from 2017):
An LP (first after the death of Charles Cooper in 2009) is going to be relesed later this year.