Music for 2018 | Part I

Before I forget, here is some new music for you and me.

In a Poem Unlimited
by U.S. Girls
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This album wasn't as immediate for me as her previous release Half Free, a favourite of mine of 2015. But if you let it grow on you it will bloom!
Anspieltipp: ▶︎ Mad as Hell

Songs of Praise
by Shame
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I know, there is nothing special about it at first listen. Generic, plain guitar music you say? Well, it's been a while since I enjoyed a raw and young spirited band like this one. Let's not grow old too fast.
Anspieltipp: ▶︎ One Rizla

La Contra Ola – Synth Wave & Post Punk From Spain 1980-86
by Various Artists
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The Movida was a countercultural movement in Spain equivalent to the british new wave and the Neue Deutsche Welle in Germany. This newly released compilation brings together a selection of bands that participated in one of history's most refreshing music scenes.
Anspieltipp: ▶︎ La Marca De Anubis by Los Iniciados

Mr. Dynamite
by Creep Show
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To be fair, I didn't give this record enough time to sink in but I was so happy to hear that John Grant is back with a new project. So if you're a fan, go check it out.
Anspieltipp: ▶︎ Modern Parenting

Ich liebe dich, mein Räuber

Beautiful song, bizarre video and sexy singer: Der Räuber und der Prinz by Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft

Patrick Forever

R.I.P. Patrick Doyle of Veronica Falls and Boys Forever. He was 32.

Also, this video perfectly depicts how I expect my trip to L.A. this spring to be like (hopefully).

Alpine surfaces

I don't know, but it should be obvious by now: I really like mountains.


kunst 2.0

Series of graphical browser glitches collected in December 2015 to February 2016.

Favourite albums of 2017


by Arca


Thrice Woven
by Wolves In The Throne Room


Modern Kosmology
by Jane Weaver


No Shape
by Perfume Genius


by Fever Ray


Everything Is Forgotten
by Methyl Ethel


Nothing Feels Natural
by Priests


by Slowdive


Music For People In Trouble
by Susanne Sundfør


Interplanetary Class Classics
by The Moonlandingz

The complete and updated list can be viewed here.
Happy 2018!

More posts soon

For now enjoy this fantastic song and video from The Moonlandingz.