Monthly Archives: August 2013

Week forty-seven

1. “In The Art Of Stopping” by Wire 2. “Europa And The Pirate Twins (2009 Digital Remaster)” by Thomas Dolby 3. “Talking Drum” by Japan 4. “Bloodflood” by Alt-J 5. “Glow (Deterrent Mix)” by King Swamp 6. “Breath Of Crows” … Continue reading

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Week forty-six

1. “Low Happening” by Howling Bells [YouTube] 2. “Nachtfahrt” by Karl Bartos 3. “Metroland” by Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark 4. “The Sound Of The Crowd” by The Human League 5. “You Are Not What You Think You Are (Rival … Continue reading

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Week forty-five

1. “Enola Gay” by OMD (Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark) 2. “Porcelain” by Moby 3. “The Thin Wall” by Ultravox 4. “Crosseyed And Painless” by Talking Heads 5. “Atoms For Peace” by Thom Yorke 6. “Dead Already” by Thomas Newman … Continue reading

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Week forty-four

1. “She Moved Through the Fair” by Washington Irving 2. “Blind” by Talking Heads 3. “On A Clear Day” by P.M. Dawn [YouTube] 4. “Paradise Circus” by Massive Attack 5. “Bluefinger” by Colin Reid 6. “Less Is More” by Tenek … Continue reading

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Week forty-three

1. “I Can’t Explain” by Blancmange 2. “Connection” by Elastica 3. “Via Flaminia” by Land Observations 4. “I Like Birds (Live At Town Hall)” by Eels 5. “Situation (12 inch)” by Yazoo 6. “Noordstation” by A.S. Swanski 7. “Sombre Friday” … Continue reading

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Week forty-two

1. “Baiya” by Delphic 2. “Crazy Ivan” by Ver Vlads [YouTube] 3. “A&E” by Goldfrapp 4. “Puppets” by Depeche Mode 5. “Battle Of Watling Street” by Land Observations 6. “Better Go Home Now (Radio Version)” by Dirty Three 7. “New … Continue reading

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Week forty-one

1. “I’ve Got My TV & My Pills” by Julian Cope 2. “D.J.” by David Bowie 3. “Suffer The Children (single)” by Tears For Fears 4. “Heisse Lippen” by Cluster 5. “3.2 Bedrock” by Humate 6. “Things Are Sometimes Tragic” … Continue reading

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