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DarkStar/LightBar is a new pop-up show here on WREK Atlanta. It is an hour full of synthesizers, saxophone solos, drum kits, and 80’s vibes. Synthwave, retrowave, darksynth, outrun, whatever you call the music of the retro future, we play it during DarkStar/LightBar. See you all at 6 tonight and for the next 3 Thursdays at 6 pm.
This morning’s album:
The Internet – Feel Good
This was the second studio album by The Internet, released back in 2013 after their debut album in 2011, Purple Naked Ladies.
The Internet includes Syd tha Kyd and Matt Martians from Odd Future as well as a bunch of other way talented people you should look up. They’re still running in the same circles as Odd Future as well, and even did the song “Ya know” off of Odd Future’s, “The OF Tape Vol. 2”.
Since this album, Ego Death was released in 2015 and they’ve become much more prominent, even receiving a Grammy Nomination and stuff.
They also have an NPR tiny music desk on youtube, link here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6j49uzPugA but be careful cause they cuss so if you’re not into that, don’t watch.
And a KEXP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Fuf3_eW85s
Catch ya next week!
- Black Dirt Oak – Peeled Egg Cigarette (Wawayanda Patent)
- Eternal Tapestry – Marrow of the Wand (Dawn in 2 Dimensions)
- The Creation – How Does It Feel To Feel (The Best of the Creation)
- Goat – Alarms (Requiem)
- Valet – Signs (Nature)
- Mondo Drag – Fade Out (Into Space) (New Rituals)
- The Drone Accelerator – Casiopea Pai Mantra (The Drone Accelerator)
Psych-Out! October 19 was hosted by Curtis.
Shine, shine; the light of good works shine.
The trifecta, ‘Lark’s Tongues in Aspic’, ‘Starless and Bible Black’, and ‘Red’ represent a distinct period in King Crimson’s musical catalogue. From quintet, (Fripp, Bruford, Wetton, Cross, Muir), to quartet (Fripp, Bruford, Wetton, Cross), and finally to trio (Fripp, Bruford, Wetton) before King Crimson ended for the first time, only to reappear in 1981.
This is a departure from the King Crimson of ‘In the Court…’. Much has changed. Come, listen; I have a tale to tell you.
|‘Larks’ Tongues in Aspic, Part One’||King Crimson||‘Larks’ Tongues in Aspic’||1973|
|‘Larks’ Tongues in Aspic, Part Two’||King Crimson||‘Larks’ Tongues in Aspic’||1973|
|‘The Night’s Watch’||King Crimson||‘Starless and Bible Black’||1974|
|‘Fracture’||King Crimson||‘Starless and Bible Black’||1974|
|‘One More Red Nightmare’||King Crimson||‘Red’||1974|
slow riot 10/17/16
artist — track
kjjjjjjjjj — nicolino
pretend — blessings
lite — bond
MOMA — SUN
uchu conbini — sepia scenery from a train window
marmalade butcher — mudai
lop abuse on somebody — sanctify
cetow — S.O.I.
low-pass — chapter square
mothercoat — nipple cider
NETWORKS — ake-vono
te_ri — panda came to town
yoso-wa-yoso — terraformed
swans — red velvet corredor
maybeshewill — co-conspiritors
youth team — computer string
mono & worlds end girlfriend — part 3
april rain — deadman on vacation
break my fucking sky — promises//air
vasa — ergonomic keyboard
russian circles — 309
hangedup — losing your charm