Brainwashed Radio: The Podcast Edition

Driving Ban in Buffalo by LucasHappy New Year!

Here's some music that barely squeaked in at the end of 2022. Much worth consideration when working on the voting round for this year's Annual Readers Poll.

Music from big blood, Minami Deutsch, Fort Romeau, Amp, Ura, Piezo, DECIUS, Esau, Michael Lightborne, and jesu.

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OL' DIRTY BASTARD, "NIGGA PLEASE"

One of the most foul-mouthed, sleazy, perverse, sexist and nasty records I've ever heard.
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CRANK, "HEFTIBAG"

Glitch music is quickly becoming the new jungle: a newborn style that artists, both old and new, look to for inspiration.
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D'ANGELO, "VOODOO"

Soul music, just like any good genre, needs an album to redraw its blueprint every now and then.
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YO LA TENGO, "AND THEN NOTHING TURNED ITSELF INSIDE-OUT"

This release marks the10th full-length original studio record of that lovable NY trio thatdoesn't seem to have an enemy in the music press. Rightfully so, too.
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JACKIE-O MOTHERFUCKER, "FIG. 5"

Don't let the nameof the group fool you, this is hardly something to overlook.
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The Tied & Tickled Trio, "EA1 EA2"

The return of the Tied + Tickled Trio marks the second album as this side project from Germany's The Notwist.

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PSYCHIC TV, "WERE YOU BULLIED AT SCHOOL?"

Now I remember why I avoided all those Psychic TV live albums all these years. Yuck.
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RICHIE HAWTIN, "DECKS, EFX & 909"

Richie Hawtin has beenDJing, playing and recording Detroit and minimalist techno for a decadenow under his own name and as Plastikman, F.U.S.E., etc.
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THE MIRROR REVEALS, "FRAMES OF TEKNICOLOR"

Kate Messick, vocalistfrom Unto Ashes, appears with composer/lyricist James Babbo on thisalbum, and her full upfront vocals seem flatter and less textured thanon Moon Oppose Moon.
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UNTO ASHES, "MOON OPPOSE MOON"

Featuring a wide array ofexotic old and world instruments, fused with modern electronics andvocals in three different languages, Unto Ashes blends the renaissancefolk goth genres into a melange of pathos.
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