Deep-Immersion

Joe, 28, Männlich, Vereinigtes Königreich
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  • Xmxtx

    That sounds like what i'm doing on a daily basis too :)

    12. Jul., 4:57 Antworten
  • Xmxtx

    Thank you! You have great taste as well (both in films and music) and I am not suprised though, cause this isn't the first time for me to see anyone with bizzare film taste having interesting taste in music too :)

    11. Jul., 18:01 Antworten
  • Lenty

    Hi, I actually haven't ordered it yet. Looked more like an EP in length although I wasn't sure if that was just the samples. Is it good? I am quite looking forward to the new hypnodrone ensemble album. That and some of Aidan's kraut rocky Caudal stuff has been getting a few listens lately. You at denovali tomorrow?

    22. Mai., 15:11 Antworten
  • blueboy978

    Hey! Thanks for introducing me to drone music. Amazing stuff especially nadja, menace ruine & the angelic process

    18. Apr., 9:59 Antworten
  • nogod667

    Hey man, thanks for accepting! Nice taste, cheers ;-)

    15. Apr., 19:28 Antworten
  • the_jezmeister

    Thanks Joe, am looking forward to it, it's my last gig for a bit as getting married next month and have childcare to fund which is understandably eating into my concert going time and budget! My previous live Skelton experience was with a string quartet so it sounds like his work as The Inward Circles will probably contrast a bit with that. Will make sure I check out Joe Snape too!

    22. Mär., 11:21 Antworten
  • RoseDover

    Nice to see you here too! Thanks for accepting :)

    4. Mär., 0:40 Antworten
  • Lenty

    To be honest not much else I'd really recommend comes to mind. I find Nadja fill a pretty unique hole and apart from the bands you've already mentioned I can't think of anything to add. I think Tim Hecker's stuff sometimes sounds similar but you already listen to him. Have A Nice Life are good, but not really that close in sound and I can't see it in your lists. Much more shoegazy.

    17. Jan., 7:02 Antworten
  • turkeyphant

    Yeah super dead for the next months. I'm tempted by Earth too as they were good last time I saw them. Also, White Fence. But that's all I've seen... Bexhill is too far and I expect to pricey to tempt me.

    4. Jan., 12:49 Antworten
  • turkeyphant

    Bummer. Drill was sick. Yeah I was at Maybeshewill but missed all the support. Can you recommend anything good coming up?

    3. Jan., 21:42 Antworten
  • the_jezmeister

    Hey Joe, Happy New Year to you too - hope you're well? Really looking forward to the Richard Skelton event, all the info I've read has been on this page http://www.artassembly.org.uk/saisonscape/ which to me suggests that the March set of dates are for the second part of Saisonscape so I reckon it will be the same piece at all the venues. I hear great things about the De La Warr Pavillion though so I must check it out one day. Going to make sure I put the 29th Jan in the diary to catch the first part via Late Junction on R3 as that sounds intriguing too. I was lucky enough to catch Skelton last year at LSO St Lukes with a string quartet and that was sublime, it was the first time I'd ever heard of him actually playing live since first hearing his music a few years back so I'm going to make sure I try and see him as often as he comes out of hibernation to play!

    1. Jan., 11:13 Antworten
  • alicevert

    that was really nice! i'd like to shoot on 16mm one day maybe. i haven't listened to the new album yet, i will soon though. hope you had a good christmas!

    28. Dez. 2014 Antworten
  • Lenty

    Hi, happy Christmas! I think it's great, very kraut rock but quite fun to listen to. Anything that thisquietarmy does is gold though and AB often too ambient for me without live drums which add a lot. Cool, you're going to the same GYBE as me ☺.

    27. Dez. 2014 Antworten
  • turkeyphant

    Only just looked at the line-up times... clashtastic :( Don't know much for tomorrow. Friday I'm going to prioritise Mono. Sat I think Goblin over Esben. And Sunday I'm busy during the day but will not miss Swans. Kinda want to catch a bit of Samaris, gutted I won't see Gold Panda and Dawn of Midi and later it's a toss up between Grumbling Fur & Ulrich. Typing this out I realise I've seen all these bands before (most multiple times) except Goblin.

    3. Dez. 2014 Antworten
  • alicevert

    same, i really like a couple of tracks on the new album but the majority of it doesn't really stand out as much. most of it was newer stuff, they played one track from young team and one from CODY. at least half was more recent stuff from rave tapes/hardcore will never die/mr beast etc. it was good though! a winged victory was first one i went to at that venue.. i've only recently started living here permanently and the only venue i'd been to before was the green door store hahah.

    24. Nov. 2014 Antworten
  • alicevert

    aww, i wish i went now.. i've been listening to a lot of hecker lately, especially haunt me. i don't hear a lot about that album, it's really good though. mogwai were fantastic! i'm jim morrison, i'm dead was a stand out for me. so, so good. i did leave a little deaf though.. that's what i get for standing right at the front, sans earplugs hahah. never making that mistake again, my ears were ringing for 2 days afterwards. a winged victory were incredible, i'm not joking. one of the best acts i've seen live, everything was perfect. nice guys too, i briefly met them after the show to get my record signed. i was so surprised they were playing at st. george's church - i live right round the corner from it basically, i couldn't not go.

    22. Nov. 2014 Antworten
  • alicevert

    i didn't! i wasn't able to in the end. did you go?

    22. Nov. 2014 Antworten
  • turkeyphant

    Mogwai have always been a bit hit or miss for me but that was easily the best gig of the year (and there have been several strong contenders). I'm loving Frost's _A U R O R A_. However, like Hecker I think his work is raised several notches live. Was going to see upcdownc but they have also been a bit hit or miss recently and I'm elsewhere this Sat.

    21. Nov. 2014 Antworten
  • m1a100

    Also, Hecker have been using classical motifs extendedly on his works lately. For example, he have been using the same melodic patterns of Steve Reich's "Piano Phase" (on "Live Room") and "Music for 18 Musicians" (the opener "The Piano Drop" on Ravedeath). You can't really do wrong by going through his classical influences for his last two albums. Going through this will be also a great way to understand the complexity around his sonic palette too.

    21. Nov. 2014 Antworten
  • m1a100

    Sorry, but I don't consider myself a Tarr fan, hahaha. I just think that the "windy" scenes from "The Turin Horse" are deeply beautiful. Honestly, long shots isn't my cup of tea. Also, there's nothing too closer to "Ravedeath, 1972". Tim Hecker have been on his own game and his sound is pretty unique. So, the only option I can give to you: go through his influences for this album and find something good. "Ravedeath, 1972" have a "chamber/church music" of the feel on the whole album; something pretty close to Johann Sebastian Bach's Lute Works (especially the BWV 995-1000 ones), Arvo Pärt and Stars of the Lid's most funeral works.

    21. Nov. 2014 Antworten
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