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5 minutes ago, Mr Do 71 said:

 

 

£120! Or you can buy the 12" individually if you prefer.

 

Tracklistings:

 

Spoiler

Vinyl Track List

 

Aphex Twin
Peel Session 2
TX: 10/04/95

A1. Slo Bird Whistle  
A2. Radiator (Original Mix)  
B1. p-string  
B2. Pancake Lizard

 

 

Bibio
WXAXRXP Session
TX: 21/06/2019

A1. Haikuesque  
A2. Petals  
B1. All the Flowers  
B2. Lovers Carvings

 

 

Boards Of Canada
Peel Session
TX: 21/07/98

A1. Aquarius (Version 3)  
A2. Happy Cycling  
B1. Olson (Version 3)  
B2. XYZ

 

 

Flying Lotus
Presents INFINITY “Infinitum” - Maida Vale Session
TX: 19/08/10

A1. MmmHmm  
A2. Golden Axe  
B1. Tea Leaf Dancers  
B2. Drips

 

 

Kelly Moran
WXAXRXP Session

A1. In Parallel (acoustic)  
A2. Helix 2 (TransAcoustic)  
B1. Interlude 1  
B2. Love Birds (acoustic)  
B3. Radian (TransAcoustic)

 

 

LFO
Peel Session
TX: 20/10/90

A1. Take Control  
A2. To The Limit  
B1. Rob’s Nightmare  
B2. Lost World

 

 

Mount Kimbie
WXAXRXP Session
TX: 21/06/2019

01. You Look Certain (I’m Not So Sure) (feat. Andrea Balency)  
02. Delta  
03. Marilyn (feat. Micachu)  
04. Made To Stray

 

 

Oneohtrix Point Never
KCRW Session
TX: 23/10/18

A1. Love In The Time Of Lexapro  
A2. RayCats  
B1. Toys 2  
B2. Chrome Country

 

 

Plaid
Peel Session 2
TX: 08/05/99

A1. Housework  
A2. Kiterider  
B1. Elide  
B2. Lazybeams

 

 

Seefeel
Peel Session
TX: 27/05/94

A1. Rough For Radio  
A2. Starethrough  
B1. Vex  
B2. Phazemaze

 

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Just a quick one to let you know that the annual RLLMUK music poll is now pinned at the top of the music forum - it's open until 31 December, and it would be brilliant to have your votes!

 

 

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On 17/11/2019 at 14:42, Vimster said:

The new Cottage Industries compilation from Neo Ouija is out, it's a 3CD monster.

https://neoouija1.bandcamp.com/album/clockwork-manor-cottage-industries-9

Blatant plug, I've got a tune on there, but there's plenty of great music on this.

I need to stop coming into this thread, it always costs me money.

 

This album's on the wishlist till payday and then I'll get it.

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2 hours ago, cubik said:

I need to stop coming into this thread, it always costs me money.

 

This album's on the wishlist till payday and then I'll get it.

I'm stoked I'm getting a CD copy of that gratis as I'm on it. Didn't know it was this huge.

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A quick reminder in case you missed it - the annual RLLMUK music poll is now pinned at the top of the music forum - it's open until 31 December, and it would be brilliant to have your votes! You don’t have to have 10 albums - your vote counts, even if you have just one album you’ve liked this year :)

 

https://www.rllmukforum.com/index.php?/topic/313514-rllmuks-favourite-albums-of-2019-list-thread-open-until-31-december/

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A quick reminder no.2 in case you missed quick reminder no.1  - the annual RLLMUK music poll is now pinned at the top of the music forum - it's open until 31 December, and it would be brilliant to have your votes! You don’t have to have 10 albums - your vote counts, even if you have just one album you’ve liked this year :)

 

https://www.rllmukforum.com/index.php?/topic/313514-rllmuks-favourite-albums-of-2019-list-thread-open-until-31-december/

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I'm starting to get more into electronic music now. 

 

What are the less well known classics that are amazing? Stuff I recently got and like (or am working on getting into):

 

Jon Hopkins - Singularity

Boards of Canada - Tomorrow's Harvest (really like this, would love a more modern classical take on it)

Kiasmos (is this electronica?)

 

And I really like the classics like Global Communication, Tangerine Dream etc.

 

I like minimalism, melancholy, floaty and spacey stuff. I listened to the new Squarepusher stuff and while I like it I can't imagine sitting down to dinner with it on.

 

:)

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28 minutes ago, Horribleman said:

I'm starting to get more into electronic music now. 

 

What are the less well known classics that are amazing? Stuff I recently got and like (or am working on getting into):

 

Jon Hopkins - Singularity

Boards of Canada - Tomorrow's Harvest (really like this, would love a more modern classical take on it)

Kiasmos (is this electronica?)

 

And I really like the classics like Global Communication, Tangerine Dream etc.

 

I like minimalism, melancholy, floaty and spacey stuff. I listened to the new Squarepusher stuff and while I like it I can't imagine sitting down to dinner with it on.

 

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Sorry, some of these are well known classics. Some aren't though (Syne and Dalham especially)

 

Plaid - Spokes/Scintilli/The Digging Remedy/loads of others

Aphex Twin - Selected Ambient Works 85-92/Selected Ambient Works II

Dalham - Janus/Heat Death

SYNE - SYNE

Pye Corner Audio - Hollow Earth/Stasis

Boards of Canada (again) - Their other albums - start with Music has the Right to Children

 

Edit - A couple of others you'll find on Bandcamp.

Concretism - For Concrete and Country

36 - Loads of albums to go at

Craven Faults

 

 

 

 

 

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23 minutes ago, Horribleman said:

I'm starting to get more into electronic music now. 

 

I instantly thought of this 

 

 

A soundtrack curated by Ghostly, a small electronica label in the US. I think you'll dig it.

 

Imo, BJARKI's Happy Earthday is the best electronica album of the last few years.

 

A Winged Victory For The Sullen are a heady mix of electronica and modern classical. Nils Frahm, too. 

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The Ghostly Swim and Ghostly Swim 2 albums are on spotify, well worth a listen.

 

The latest Telefon tel Aviv album is worth a listen too.

 

 

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