Skyjelly: Góst Rock
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Skyjelly: Góst Rock

The eclecticism begins to sound all of a piece, but even within a single song…

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Knocker Jungle: Knocker Jungle
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Knocker Jungle: Knocker Jungle

The creators of Knocker Jungle seem to harbor a buried hostility of undetermined origin.

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Various Artists: Outro Tempo: Electronic and Contemporary Music from Brazil 1978-1992
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Various Artists: Outro Tempo: Electronic and Contemporary Music from Brazil 1978-1992

Around the world, the origin stories of electronic music often lie with Brian Eno. John…

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Magnetic Fields: 50 Song Memoir
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Magnetic Fields: 50 Song Memoir

Many will wish this witty summation of a life had more consistently enduring songs.

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Cromwell: At the Gallop
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Cromwell: At the Gallop

Anyone looking for another private press discovery will be happy to hear these charming rockers.

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Banteay Ampil Band: Cambodian Liberation Songs
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Banteay Ampil Band: Cambodian Liberation Songs

This largely plaintive and occasionally rocking music is the propaganda of resistance.

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Erasmo Carlos: Erasmo Carlos e os Tremendões/Carlos, Erasmo…/Sonhos e Memórias 1941 – 1972
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Oeuvre: Abbas Kiarostami: Homework
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Oeuvre: Abbas Kiarostami: Homework

The culture documented here may well horrify American children and adults alike.

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From the Vaults of Streaming Hell: Atomic Dog
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From the Vaults of Streaming Hell: Atomic Dog

The filmmakers didn’t even get the rights to George Clinton’s 1982 dancefloor smash.

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Animals That Saw Me 2: by Ed Panar
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Animals That Saw Me 2: by Ed Panar

The Animals books have a beautiful simplicity, their very ordinariness invoking your own experience with…

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