Catching Up: A New Fucking Format

What’s up my motherfucking audiophiliacs!

As you could probably tell, I’m not sending out these shits as fast as I used to. Why? Well, initially I had to slow down because my pop got a giant fucking tumour and I went to go help him convalesce and all that good shit. Now that he seems on the up and up, I’m still not writing as much as I used to. Frankly, writing these take a lot of time and I’ve been putting more focus on other projects. But don’t be sad, motherfuckers. I’ve decided on a format that will still give you the same amount of solid tunes from across the board without taking up all my free time. TWO POSTS A WEEK. The first post will be, what I’ve been calling, “The Short List”. After listening to fucktons of music, I make up a list of names for that upcoming week that I think has potential or looks interesting. For example, this is the Short List from last week.

Siavash Amini – Serus
Ty Segall – First Taste
Native Harrow – Happier Now
Cross Record – Cross record
Man & the Echo – Men of the Moment
Russian Circles – Blood Year
Joanna Sternberg – Then I Try Some More
Burna Boy – African Giant
Grace Lightman – Silver Eater
Fever Ray – Live at Troxy
Ed Balloon – The Dubs
Dorian Concept – Toothbrush / Booth Thrust
Chiiild – Count Me Out
C.J. Boyd – Kin Ships
Ami Dang – Parted Plains
Strange Ranger – Remembering The Rockets
Avant-Garde

Leila Bordreuil – Headflush

Hermann Nitsch – Albertina Quartett

Georgia – Immute

Fleuve – Draw

Rebecca Daniel, Fiona Joy Hawkins, Kanimbla Quartet – The Lightness of Dark

Ernest Berk – Electronic Music for Two Ballets

Derek Hunter Wilson – Steel, Wood & Air

Chitose Hajime – Kubanuha Bushi

Classical
Howard Shelley, Ulser Orchestra – Stanford: A song of Agincourt
Susan Narucki – The Edge of Silence: Works for Voice by George Kurtag
Ruggiero Ricci – Discovered Tapes
Osomo Vanska, Minnesota Orchestra – Mahler 1
Masaaki Suzuki – Masaaki Suzuki plays Bach Organ Works, Vol. 3: Passacaglia in C minor
Markus Frank, Anhaltische Philharmonie Dessau – Friedrich Schneider: Symphony No. 16
Mahan Esfanhani – Bach: The Toccatas, BWV 910-916
Jozef de Beenhouwer – Clara Schumann: Piano Transcriptions
Jonas Nordberg – Giovanni Girolamo Kapsperger: Intavolatura di Chitarone
John Gibbons, Liepaja Symphony Orchestra – William Wordsworth: Orchestral Music, Vol. 2
Ivry Gitlis – Ivry Gitlis: The Early Years, Birth of a Legend
Ruben Gazarian, Isabelle van Keulen, Oliver Triendl – Grigori Frid: Symphony No. 3; Double Concerto; Inventions
Giovanna Gatto
Friedrich Gulda, Münchner Philharmoniker – Mozart: Piano Concertos
Deutsche Kammerakademie Neuss, Simon Gaudenz – François-Joseph Gossec: Symphonies Op. IV
 Robert Bauerstatter, Maddalena Del Gobbo, David Pennetzdorfer –  Maddalena and the Prince
David Owen Norris, Caroline Balding, Katy Bircher, Andrew Skidmore -The Jupiter Project: Mozart, Hummel, Cramer, Clementi
 Ferhan Önder / Ferzan Önder / Markus Poschner / Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra  Ferhan & Ferzan Önder Play Fazil Say
Ariadne Daskalakis / Paolo Giacometti – Franz Schubert: Music for Violin I
Jazz
 Steve Cohn / George Haslam / Steve Kershaw  Ancient & Modern
Echoes – Square Two
 Dan Rufolo – Jazz Meditation
 Ark Noir – Tunnel Visions
Nérija – Blume

Do you see that shit? This is what I have made every fucking week. But now you’re looking from behind the scenes. From this I pick my faves and post my choices. From now on, once a week, I’ll be posting a Short List, which, ironically, isn’t fucking short at all. I break down them shits into four categories each week as well.

The second post will be a list of picks taken from this list. It’s basically what I’ve already been doing. You still get writeups, they’ll just be a lot shorter. And instead of throwing down something every day, you’ll get it in one hunk. Cool? Cool.

If you have any questions hit me up. If you hate or love this new formatting, hit me up. Don’t be that weirdo and keep shit to yourself.

And, as always, keep listening.

 

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