Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue.
Formed in the early eighties, the Madrid-based industrial act was highly inspired and affected by the Futuristic texts of the Italian poet and Futurism founder Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, hence the band’s name, the following track is of their ‘Sheikh Al Jama’ album, which was recorded in spain and released in Belgium in 1991. Incorporating Arabic influences, the Baraca track features an Imam’s “chanting” of Qur’an verses, thus causing me neuronal excitation in an unventured and highly arousing manner.
The following minimal wave piece was first released on Esplendor Geométrico’s ‘Eg-1 +’ cassette in 1881, it’s one of their most popular tracks, hit it once, and you’ll find out why.
Esplendor Geométrico- Moscú está helado
Passion Party grace us again with racy new wave lo fi bliss, check Passion Party’s Bandcamp below, and await more upcoming blows.
Enjoyable noise By Forest Feeling, which consists of Michigan-based Travis Siegfried & Tyler Ambrosius. Download their self titled first EP for free on Bandcamp.
Warning: It’s a 17 minutes highly engaging mix!
MP3: BODY RUSH- Cosmosoul Mix [Blog]
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