AGB Radio

AGB Radio (April 4, 2016)

mamiffer - the world unseen album cover
 

I’m pretty sure this is my favorite (regular) episode I’ve ever done. So many of my favorite artists and so many amazing news ones!

 

AGB Radio 2016/04/04

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Background music: Sparkling Wide Pressure – How Do I Know This Body (from Night Sky Body)

00:00:00 Mamiffer – Mara (from The World Unseen)
00:05:36 Talk break
00:07:38 Sophia Loizou – Glimpses Of Death (from Singulacra)
00:13:37 Daghraven – Ten Halve Gekeerd, Ten Hele Gedwaald (from #1)
00:27:00 Orior – EOS (from Strange Beauty)
00:30:40 Talk break
00:32:13 Felicia Atkinson & Jefre Cantu-Ledesma – TS (from Comme Un Seul Narcisse)
00:39:55 Brian Eno – The Ship (from The Ship)
01:01:07 Talk break
01:02:19 Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith – Envelop (from Ears)
01:07:10 Hellvete – Buiten Het Droomharmonium (from Spliff Tape)
01:19:42 Nuances – Life Is Paper-Thin (from Art & The Ego)
01:25:49 Chelsea Wolfe – Simple Death (Demo) (from Hypnos / Flame)
01:31:02 Talk break
01:32:49 Amenra – Razoreater (from Alive)
01:40:37 Kane Ikin – Crosstalk (from Modern Pressure)
01:47:12 The Field – Raise The Dead (from The Follower)
01:58:26 Talk break

2 Responses to “AGB Radio (April 4, 2016)”

  1. Laura Ruth says:

    “The World Unseen” is incredible! I also love Coloccia’s eponymous solo-project debut “Mára,” released a couple of months ago. I’m trying to figure out if the name refers to the Buddhist demon/force Mara [rough phonetic English equivalent name], though the project name uses the Latinate acute accent symbol. Anyway, thank you for this blog and its chronic excellence. I’ve followed it for several years after seeing it on Foxy Digitalis (R.I.P.).

  2. Laura Ruth says:

    Sorry for the late, unpolished, and clearly un-publishable comment– as well as for this one. I mostly just want to apologize for shamefully calling ‘Surfacing’ a self-titled album. Though I’d like to pin it on a rough morning, I still don’t quite know how that happened; I listened to that record constantly when it came out a short time ago. Anyway, thanks again for A.G.B. Now on to the digital flames with this message!

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