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Sam Amidon

"The Following Mountain"

The Bats

"The Deep Set"

Borja Flames

"Nacer Blanco"

André Brasseur

"Lost Gems From The 70's"

René Costy


The Feelies

"In Between"

Greenberger Jones Corsano

"An Idea In Everything"


"The Drain"


"Sciences Politiques"

Hailu Mergia & Dahlak Band

"Wede Harer Guzo"

Mdou Moctar


Moon Duo

"Occult Architecture Vol. 1 & 2"

Thurston Moore

"Rock N Roll Consciousness"

Janko Nilovic

"Chorus" & "Funky Tramway" & "Pop Impressions"

Orso Jesenska

"Effacer la mer" & "Les variations d'ombre"

Piano Magic


Benoît Pioulard

"The Benoît Pioulard Listening Matter"

Fatou Seidi Ghali & Alamnou Akrouni

"Les Filles de Illighadad"

Sleaford Mods

"English Tapas"

Sun Ra

"The Magic City" & "Other Planes Of There"



Various Artists

"The Hired Hands - A Tribute To Bruce Langhorne"

Various Artists

"Funky Chimes - Belgian Grooves From The 70's - Part 1 & 2"

Richard Youngs

"Inside The Future" & "The Rest Is Scenery"


David Michael Curry - Empty House Cooperative - Cinq digressions

David Michael Curry - Empty House Cooperative

"Cinq digressions"

Nous avons connu David Michael Curry et son violon alto avec Willard Grant Conspiracy. DMC y est une sorte d'électron libre apportant un élément grinçant et dangereux enfanté par des générations de folkeux adeptes de cet instrument. Par la suite DMC nous a fait découvir son projet nommé Empty House Cooperative, collectif prônant l'improvisation, dans lequel on trouve également Thalia Zedek, Chris Brokaw, des membres des Molasses...

Les cinq mots choisis par David Michael Curry :

Fun to do, easier than planning, instant challenge at moment of problem requiring no forethought, a school of thought applicable to life things as well as music (cooking, poetry, painting, rap, humor, etc.)

Takes the pressure off, lets you think "Things happen when they are meant to", my least-liked personal trait that is also easiest to ignore. I'd work on it if I weren't so lazy.

(LITTLE MODERN THINGS): Computers and video-games, DVDs, e-mail and modern toys, all fascinating, but also adding to my procrastination problem as distractions, and eroding old-fashioned things like playing marbles, walking outside in fresh air, writing letters with real handwriting to friends on paper, folding and putting them in envelopes and licking a stamp...
(BIG MODERN THINGS): historic side effects of modernization that I think about include cutting down forests, paving the world, pollution. Modern pollution is so much more evil than pre-industrial pollution.
(HISTORY OF MODERNIZATION): I'm currently fascinated by the early history of cities, particularly New York City (from colonization to the slum tenement problems documented by Jacob Riis in his late-1800s book "How The Other Half Lives".

A well-used thought process and conversation channelling tool - the opposite of the way I write, which is slow and often over-composed like a haiku with too many syllables.

As in the lifestyle movement, a path to clarity (if you don't need it, don't bother with it) - this is my mantra, nirvana, Shangri-La, personal utopia... whatever... I suffer from clutter.

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