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Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 23 September 2017 CE
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Monganaut
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Edited Sep 24, 2017, 18:00
Re: Soundtracks of Our Lives week ending 23 September 2017 CE
Sep 24, 2017, 17:49
Pretty much the same as last week, except for...

Cabaret Voltaire - The Original Sound Of Sheffield 78- 82

And cos of that pachy, but generally OK Sky Arts programme 'Rock and Roll', I dug out a few of my old fav Hip Hop albums from a Loooong time ago.

Public Enemy - It Takes a Nation Of Millions

Tribe Called Quest - Low End Theory

Eric B and Rakim - Paid In Full

Saw an amazing free synchronised drumming and fireworks with Mad Max make up in Brum last night called 'Clash Of Drums'. UK and French performers teamed up for some amazing visuals and drumming, with quite a lot of rhythms verging on proper industrial. Could hear hints of Godflesh, Swans, Young Gods, Test Dept alongside that heavy Tresor style Techno, and even Tago Maga era can in the performance beginning. Was breathtaking. Hell I'd pay good money to see that again. Many thanks to The Hippodrome for sticking it on.
I had some of those riffs in my head on the way home, so had to dig a couple of albums they reminded me of out when I got home. Here's hoping they make it to a town near you. Clash Of Drums https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CteNkZ0-z_0 and another brief clip, sadly non in great quality, but you get the idea...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hdooUzFJsRc

Godflesh - Godflesh

Young Gods - L'eau Rough

Picked up tickets for Shellac in Brum on Oct 6th. Long time fan, but never managed to catch em live, so stoked to see Albini et al. As the whole family love em' , looks like it might just be a family affair, woohoo.

Have a good on y'all!
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