HighlightsLost Gems

Asylum Party – ‘Borderline’
(1989, Lively Art)

While coldwave music could virtually only be heard in France and Belgium, its roots could be heard all over Europe in post-punk music as the …

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RIP : Japanese electronic music pioneer Isao Tomita

Isao Tomita, often known as Tomita, died May 5th, at the age of 84, at Tokyo Metropolitan Hiroo Hospital. The cause of his death was …

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Mixtape#1, (06/05/2016)

Radiohead – ‘Burn The Witch’ Ding- dong! Burn the Witch! After disappearing from the digital world, sending out cryptic leaflets to their fans and generally …

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Iggy Pop – The Idiot
(RCA, 1977)

After the Stooges’ break-up, his self-imposed hospitalization and his ordeals with addiction, Iggy Pop and David Bowie moved to Berlin for a new start. One …

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“The Boss” paying his unique tribute to late Prince

  There have been many tributes for the sudden passing of musical genius Prince Rogers Nelson, best known as Prince, since last Thursday, but the …

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Kate Bush – The Kick Inside
(EMI, 1978)

  ‘The Kick Inside‘, Kate Bush’s debut album, came out in 1978, and still – literally and metaphorically – gives me a “kick” inside every …

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Lost Gems

Damaar- ‘Triumph Through Spears Of Sacrilege’
(2007, Nuclear War Now! Productions)

Some years ago, when I watched an interesting documentary of Sam Dunn ‘Metal: a headbanger’s journey’ (2005), I was really surprised by the way metal …

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