Music Friday 01

> another local blog Public address does a weekly post of music so I thought I’d start doing the same, based on what I’ve been listening to this week.. feel free to comment with links to new music you’ve found this week & loved, or old music that you’ve refound & reloved…




Chris Watson
> A LIfe in Sound: A selection of progammes and soundscapes featuring sound recordist Chris Watson via BBC (thanks Richard!)


Little Huia
really love this tranquil new album by The Green Kingdom – Expanses, listen/buy it at bandcamp “As indicated by the title, these pieces are meant to evoke vast and expansive environments, either real or imagined. These landscapes can often provide a sense of calm and wonder at our relative insignificance in comparison to the majestic grandeur of the larger universe all around us….”


A norwegian train ride set to Deepchord presents Echospace’s Liumin – via


(you’ll need to provide your own soundtrack for this)


beautiful new album by Ryuichi Sakamoto – Three (iTunes link) or (Amazon link) the title referring presumably to himself, Jaques Morelenbaum (cello) and Judy Kang (violin)



STL – At disconnected Moments available at boomkat


> and maybe file this one under juvenile/#shred – Lorde performing at Grammys without Autotune? (no embed, it got pulled from YT by humourless Grammy people)


(Marcus Miller trying to channel Sly& Robbie?) of course thats the hand of Miles Davis at the start of this post, from the inner sleeve of Tutu, which I cranked up on vinyl last night while organising my studio downstairs… Check this site for a lovely reminder of the LP artwork from his lifetime of music



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