Musicality 2011 – Episode 5 – Music Round Up

Musicality 2011 – Episode 5 – Music Round Up

This week we look at a clutch of new releases including electronica from Japan and Scotland, ambient rock from Ukraine and Boston’s Damon and Naomi. Plus a bunch of post-punk releases: new Gang of Four, Scritti Politti compiled, and The Fall re-issued. We close with a couple of the acts announced for the the Melbourne Internation Jazz Festival in June.

The Fall – Couldn’t Get Ahead from the newly reissued album “This Nations Saving Grace” (Beggars Banquet)

Mitoma – Debris from “Interstellar Debris” (Section 27)

Cheapshot – Ieyasu from “zOMG!!” (8bitpeople)

Melting Clouds – Found Light from the EP “Found Light” (Clinical Archives)

Scritti Politti – Skank Bloc Bologna from the compilation “Absolute” (Virgin)

Gang of Four – I Found That Essence Rare from “Entertainment!” (EMI)

Gang Of Four –You’ll Never Pay For The Farm from “Content” (Yep Roc)

Damon & Naomi – Walking Backwards from “False Beats and True Hearts” (20/20/20)

Galaxie 500 – 4th of July from “This Is Our Music” (Rough Trade)

Ellery Eskelin, Andrea Parkins and Jim Black – 43 RPM from “Arcanum Moderne” (Hatology)

Sonny Rollins – Strode Rode from “Saxophone Collosus” (Prestige)

Links

Melbourne International Jazz Festival

Damon and Naomi – download Walking Backwards for free from the offician D&M site.

Gang of Four – download You’ll Never Pay For The Farm for free from the official GofF site

Netlabels:

8bitpeoples – home of Cheapshot and other free downloads of dinky electronic joy

Section 27 – free downloads of Mitoma and albums by other electronic artists

Clinical Archives – free downloads of the Melting Clouds EP and 500 other albums.

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