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Postby Boombats on Wed Oct 25, 2017 10:51 pm

Demo of a new Escape Rope composition. It has vocals but they aren't tracked yet

"Ritual Self Abuse" https://app.box.com/s/5t49volt1s3iumjzkgdxohgyy97ik3k0
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Postby Seby on Thu Oct 26, 2017 6:07 pm

Boombats wrote:Demo of a new Escape Rope composition. It has vocals but they aren't tracked yet

"Ritual Self Abuse" https://app.box.com/s/5t49volt1s3iumjzkgdxohgyy97ik3k0


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Postby flanneljammies on Fri Oct 27, 2017 8:24 am

Debut Twelves record: https://twelves12.bandcamp.com/
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Postby kaleb on Fri Oct 27, 2017 12:14 pm

Happy Halloween (b/w Tubular Bells) from The Spoils
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Postby projectMalamute on Mon Oct 30, 2017 12:08 pm

I spent my Saturday evening with about a dozen weirdos playing drone music on a crazy assortment of home made instruments, modular synths, oversized pedal boards, and all sorts of other stuff. It was fun.

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Re: Listen to each others bands...

Postby jimmy spako on Mon Oct 30, 2017 4:42 pm

The Dorf, a collective I was a part of for ten years until summer 2016, released their newest record last week, a really beautiful collaboration with guitarist Hellmut Neidhardt (aka N.), my bandmate in Tape Measure Kid. I got my copy of the LP on vinyl late last week and have had time to listen to it three or four times since. It's really special. It's the last one from The Dorf I'll be on myself, and it may be the best one yet (even better than the Caspar Brötzmann collab we did in my opinion). It's powerful, at times understated in just the right way, cinematic, hard to pin down. Honestly, I'm a bit of a hermit now, though pretty immersed in my thing and happier musically, and I almost forget that there was a time when I was very actively involved in bringing different musical worlds together – I advocated hard for this collab and might have been the matchmaker, I don't remember exactly how it went down anymore. In any case, I'm glad it happened. Give it a go if think you might be into guitar drone and orchestration paired with a heavy double rhythm section and free music touches on the periphery. Thanks for listening!


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Re: Listen to each others bands...

Postby flanneljammies on Tue Oct 31, 2017 2:36 pm

jimmy spako wrote:The Dorf, a collective I was a part of for ten years until summer 2016, released their newest record last week, a really beautiful collaboration with guitarist Hellmut Neidhardt (aka N.), my bandmate in Tape Measure Kid. I got my copy of the LP on vinyl late last week and have had time to listen to it three or four times since. It's really special. It's the last one from The Dorf I'll be on myself, and it may be the best one yet (even better than the Caspar Brötzmann collab we did in my opinion). It's powerful, at times understated in just the right way, cinematic, hard to pin down. Honestly, I'm a bit of a hermit now, though pretty immersed in my thing and happier musically, and I almost forget that there was a time when I was very actively involved in bringing different musical worlds together – I advocated hard for this collab and might have been the matchmaker, I don't remember exactly how it went down anymore. In any case, I'm glad it happened. Give it a go if think you might be into guitar drone and orchestration paired with a heavy double rhythm section and free music touches on the periphery. Thanks for listening!


https://thedorf.bandcamp.com/album/lux

This is awesome stuff. Digging muchly.
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Postby jtyler on Sun Nov 05, 2017 1:15 am

My comrades in my new band Dori and I have just released our first semi-professional EP, Patchwork. 8 songs, somewhere around 25 minutes long and FREE to download! Some influences include: Fugazi, Sonic Youth, Pavement, Protomartyr, Mission of Burma, Slint, Cheap Trick, the Replacements, Silkworm. Grab a copy here; I'm eager to hear some thoughts and feedback!
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Postby duskyamp on Mon Nov 06, 2017 3:31 pm

flanneljammies wrote:

This is awesome stuff. Digging muchly.


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Re: Listen to each others bands...

Postby jimmy spako on Mon Nov 06, 2017 4:27 pm

Dudes, thanks! Glad you like it :-)

If you want to check out more from there, I would recommend the Dorf collab with Caspar Brötzmann

https://thedorf.bandcamp.com/album/evyl

and very highly recommend Hellmut's music as N..
He has a ton of solo records and collabs, mostly on Denovali.
I really love his music.

https://n-1511.bandcamp.com/

That link should lead you to our two LPs together too.
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Postby andrzej on Wed Nov 08, 2017 6:03 am

Just released a split cassette with 2 pals

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Postby Seby on Fri Nov 10, 2017 9:29 pm

projectMalamute wrote:I spent my Saturday evening with about a dozen weirdos playing drone music on a crazy assortment of home made instruments, modular synths, oversized pedal boards, and all sorts of other stuff. It was fun.

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Postby TomTheBum on Thu Nov 16, 2017 9:21 pm

satanic eastern european sacrificial music (largely inspired by various potato dishes)

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Postby Bon Hoga on Fri Nov 17, 2017 4:23 am

jimmy spako wrote:The Dorf, a collective I was a part of for ten years until summer 2016, released their newest record last week, a really beautiful collaboration with guitarist Hellmut Neidhardt (aka N.), my bandmate in Tape Measure Kid. I got my copy of the LP on vinyl late last week and have had time to listen to it three or four times since. It's really special. It's the last one from The Dorf I'll be on myself, and it may be the best one yet (even better than the Caspar Brötzmann collab we did in my opinion). It's powerful, at times understated in just the right way, cinematic, hard to pin down. Honestly, I'm a bit of a hermit now, though pretty immersed in my thing and happier musically, and I almost forget that there was a time when I was very actively involved in bringing different musical worlds together – I advocated hard for this collab and might have been the matchmaker, I don't remember exactly how it went down anymore. In any case, I'm glad it happened. Give it a go if think you might be into guitar drone and orchestration paired with a heavy double rhythm section and free music touches on the periphery. Thanks for listening!


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Postby andteater on Tue Nov 21, 2017 11:06 am

digging through old stuff and found some recordings of old bands that are long gone. decided to start uploading them to bandcamp to keep a digital file as the only other ones i have are one off cd burns that are probably going to die soon.

the first i did was a short lived band i started w/ scott & erik from Tetsuo/Ghosts and Vodka/American Heritage a few years ago. we wanted to be proggy, but i think it sounds more like Deep Purple. Our keyboard player was badass. Heavy riffage though:

https://variousartistsoflittlesignifica ... m/releases
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Postby eliya on Wed Nov 22, 2017 1:15 am

You must be out of your mind if you think I'm paying $7 for this.
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Postby andteater on Wed Nov 22, 2017 9:33 am

i'm changing the number to something ridiculous to make sure nobody buys it. i forgot to do that and it automatically put in $7.
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Postby JohnnySomersett on Thu Nov 23, 2017 2:58 pm

I wrote a Christmas song last year and me & my band finally recorded it a couple of weeks ago. Carl Saff mastered it for us on short notice too which was real good of him. Gonna release it proper on December 1st with all proceeds going to a child bereavement charity. My grandfather died on Boxing day about 22 years ago when I was entering my teenage years...it's a feeling that never really made sense and is something I often think about during the holidays as he was the only member of my family I have ever really had a connection with, right to this day. I felt like sharing it early on here.

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Re: Listen to each others bands...

Postby projectMalamute on Fri Nov 24, 2017 9:20 am

My old band, back in the day. Recorded live on 88.3 FM Ann Arbor. Spring or Summer of 2000, near as I can remember.

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