Category Archives: Serious competitors for album of the year 2010

Solex Is A Genius, And I Shall Explain Why

If you’re reading this blog long enough, you probably understood my musical taste by now. Dark jazz, gloomy experimentalism, quiet music, soundtracks, singer/songwriters, contemporary indies with a link to psychedelic rock of all sort, English folk, psychedelic rock, vintage, weird … Continue reading

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I Love You Nels Cline.

My first encounter with the guitar of Nels Cline, was when I first heard one of the best guitar solos I’ve heard in a long time. It was a new song by Wilco called Impossible Germany. The year was 2007. … Continue reading

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An Audio Interview With James Blackshaw (And Couple Of Words About All Is Falling)

Repetitive piano sounds, touches of soft rain, melancholy and bothering distress. This is how James Blackshaw’s new album starts. 4 minutes and 12 seconds go by and no traces of acoustic 12 strings to be found anywhere. I check again, … Continue reading

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