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Brainwashed Premire: Michael C. Sharp "Never Enough Time"

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Brainwashed and Holodeck are proud to premiere "Never Enough Time" by Sungod member and Austin resident Michael C. Sharp here, as well as on the latest Brainwashed podcast episode.  The song appears on the upcoming limited edition cassette, also titled Never Enough Time, and is one of five beautiful tracks of lush synthesizer expanse and heavily processed guitar work.  Sharp may be a percussionist, but his work here is centered on tone and mood, rather than beats.  "Never Enough Time" begins from shimmering layers and loops, which he then merges with dream-like synth patterns and delicate effects.  Indicative of the album as a whole, it is an entrancing, engaging blending of melody, loops, and experimentation that is as complex as it is gorgeous.

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Never Enough Time will be released on October 20, 2017 as a cassette on the Holodeck label and is limited to 200 copies.

Last Updated on Sunday, 24 September 2017 18:34

Podcast Episode 372: October 15, 2017 (guest artist Colleen)

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ColleenWe are excited to reconnect with Cécile Schott of Colleen (after all these years since The Eye video interview). A Flame My Love, A Frequency is her seventh full-length album as Colleen. It is due out this Friday, October 20th on Thrill Jockey and she will be on a brief tour of North America - dates are available here. We also get to hear music from Coldkill, Mary Stark, Public Speaking, and Cabaret Voltaire.

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Last Updated on Sunday, 15 October 2017 09:21

David First, "Civil War Songs (For Solo Harmonica)"

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cover image The third installment in David First's Same Animal, Different Cages album series (which are constructed from the use of a single instrument) is a contradictory piece of art.  On one hand, it is clearly the most song-focused of the series thus far: a record of melodies and more conventional structures that contrast with the often pure experiments of the previous installments for guitar and analog synthesizer.  However, by nature of the instrument used this time, a harmonica, I found it to be a more challenging work, but one that is still as rewarding as the releases that preceded it, and perhaps the most conceptually rich as well.

Last Updated on Monday, 16 October 2017 22:32

Forced Exposure New Releases for 10/16/2017

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New music is due from UUUU, The Caretaker, and Daphni, while old music is due from Village Callers, Carl Michael von Hausswolff, and Los Gatos.


Aaron Turner & Daniel Menche, "Nox"

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cover imageWhile the gargantuan, triple disc Sleeper from Daniel Menche is still relatively new, he and SIGE head Aaron Turner (he of an immense number of projects) also managed to find the time to record this collaborative LP.  Recorded over a two year span, Nox is far more inviting and downright beautiful than I would have expected from two artists who have always shown hints of the sort in the past.

Last Updated on Monday, 16 October 2017 19:55
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