25/10/2020

Q and Not U The More I Get The More I Want

Q and Not U We Heart Our Hive

KILLING JOKE Tabazan

gary numan - Ghost Nation

Einstürzende Neubauten - Youme & Meyou

Foetus - Ramrod [HD]

Rufus Wainwright - Agnus Dei

Eels - Suicide Life

Adam Green - He's the Brat

FRANK BLACK - Go Find Your Saint

Deerhoof- Running Thoughts

What We All Want - Gang Of Four

THE DEADLY SNAKES - A Bird In The Hand Is Worthless

OF MONTREAL - The Repudiated Immortals

OUT HUD - It's for You

Okkervil River A King and a Queen

THE CORAL She Sings the Mourning

STEREOLAB - Puncture In The Radak Permutation

Smegma - I Am Not Artist

Smegma + NO Can't Look Straight

Smegma - 01 - Anthome

r. stevie moore - funny child

Sun City Girls Dreamland

The Ex - Black and White statements

AND ALSO THE TREES - So This Is Silence

SHOCKABILLY Your U.S.A And My Face

Shockabilly Formed 1982, New York, NY, United States Disbanded 1985 Members Eugene Chadbourne (guitar, vocals, rake), Kramer (bass, organ, vocals, tapes), David Licht (drums, percussion) Related Artists B.A.L.L., Bank of Sodom, Bongwater, The Chadbournes, The Klezmatics, The Moon, When People Were Shorter and Lived Near the Water

The Residents God In Three Persons "The Service" @ NYC MoMA 7:00 1.25.2020

Debbie Harry: Now i know you know

CURRENT 93 Into The Menstrual Night I Go

Bill Orcutt - All your buried corpses begin to speak

Bill Orcutt has taken his scythe-like intelligence to a number of American spirituals over the course of his career—his takes on “Nearer My God To Thee,” “Black Betty,” and “The Star-Spangled Banner” were bracing enough to make the eyes water. Odds Against Tomorrow continues the avant-garde guitarist’s exploration of American folk and blues, but it is the most settled and serene he’s ever sounded. These are original pieces—albeit ones that feel palpably haunted by the ghosts of Son House and Charley Patton, Blind Lemon Jefferson and John Fahey—and there is a nearly-autumnal melancholy in them that feels new. His only cover, of “Moon River,” has a tinkly music-box tenderness to it that might make your eyes water again, but for different reasons. —Jayson Greene

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