Sleater-Kinney, Polo G, King Gizzard and more – –

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Sleater-Kinney, Polo G, King Gizzard and more – –


King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard: Papillon 3000 [KGLW]
Australians King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard have released a host of live records over the past year, sharing performances recorded in Sydney, Melbourne, London, San Francisco and more. Last February, they published LW, and they have now followed up with Papillon 3000, which was not previewed with any single.

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blunt dean: BLACK METAL 2 [Rough Trade]

Dean Blunt is back with the sequel to his 2014 release BLACK METAL. The second volume contains contributions from Mica Levi and South London musician Giles Kwakeulati King-Ashong, who designed, co-produced and co-mixed the album with Blunt.

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Keith Rowe: Absence [Erstwhile]

Absence is the latest work by English improvisational table guitarist Keith Rowe. The output consists of a 33 minute solo that Rowe recorded on a long Lapstick guitar, live in Bern, Switzerland. The solo is especially important because, while performing it, Rowe (who has Parkinson’s disease) decided he couldn’t continue playing solos as a musician anymore. “An important point in the solo is at 12:10 to 12:21 pm where the frequency of Parkinson’s tremors (around 300bpm) can be heard,” Rowe wrote on his Bandcamp page. “That’s when I decide not to start solo again. “

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Le Narcotix: Mom Problems ON [self-released]

Mom Problems is the debut EP of Brooklyn band Narcotix. The self-proclaimed “West African art-folk” group is led by singers, multi-instrumentalists and longtime best friends Becky Foinchas and Esther Quansah, who met in elementary school in their native West Virginia. Mom Problems is inspired by choral symphonies, African wedding music and Afrobeat, musical styles that Foinchas and Quansah discovered through choir lessons and their parents, originally from Cameroon and Ivory Coast.

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