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John Everall

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The staff at Brainwashed are saddened by the passing of John Everall. Everall passed away quietly at his home on Friday, September 26th, in the company of his wife, Kelly, and friends by his side. He was a long-time music supporter, operating the Sentrax record label since 1992 (featuring releases by Lull, Final, God, and others), a contributing writer to The Wire (see Obscure Mechanics interview with Coil), and has been recording music mainly as Tactile. John was a friend to many and will be missed.


Luciernaga/La Mancha Del Pecado, "Tile"

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cover imageChilean by way of Brooklyn artist Joao Da Silva has been quietly building an impressive discography of droning guitar electronics that can vacillate significantly between dark terrors and bright, shimmering expanses of sound.  These two new limited tapes (one a split release with La Mancha Del Pecado) provide an exceptional overview of his widely varying, yet consistently excellent music.

Last Updated on Monday, 20 October 2014 10:08

Podcast Episode 291: June 15, 2014

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Brainwashed Radio: The Podcast Edition returns with music from Jimmy Scott, The Soft Pink Truth, Edvard Graham Lewis, Glenn Jones, William Basinski, Tom Kovacevic, Muslimgauze, Leyland Kirby, and Maxwell August Croy & Sean McCann.

The Brainwashed DJ - Brainwashed Radio - The Podcast Edition

Last Updated on Sunday, 15 June 2014 11:55

Ziguri, “Kölsch-Schickert-Erdenreich”

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Ziguri’s debut album, produced by Schneider TM, blends smooth and powerful motorik monotony, babbling vocals, and also dares to set Thomas Pynchon lyrics to music.

Last Updated on Monday, 08 September 2014 19:46

Legendary Pink Dots, "Chemical Playschool Volumes 16 & 18"

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I am not sure which is more amazing: that the Dots are now up to 18 (sort of) of these weird, free-wheeling, catch-all releases or that they are still occasionally both excellent and surprising.  In any case, this double release is quite a fine and rather substantial effort.  Like most (if not) all Chemical Playschool entries, this is not the place to come for hooks and tight editing, but Ka-Spel and company's abstract psychedelia nevertheless blossoms into some very beautiful, strange, and haunting interludes.  Anyone looking to completely detach from mundane reality for 90 minutes without the aid of pharmaceuticals would be hard-pressed to find a better option than this one.

Last Updated on Monday, 20 October 2014 08:01
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