What’s up everyone? This time around we debate the new one from Trouble Books (Ingmar feels it’s too cute, Dave likes its weird pop-iness), we wonder what it is that makes Tim Hecker’s music so challenging and we also check out a quietly interesting self released record from Machinefabriek.
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Trouble Books – Love at Dusk (Mie Music)
Tim Hecker – Virgins (Kranky)
Machinefabriek – Stroomtoon 2 (self released)
It’s the Xmas special! We talk about the Holly Herndon record that Boomkat has been in love with lately, but we weren’t convinced. We also take a listen to the stunning debut full-length from Raime called Quarter Turns over a Living Line, and the confusing collaboration between Daniel Lopatin and Tim Hecker.
We also roll through our Top 5 albums for 2012 and whinge about Wire magazine’s Top 50……
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