12 11 2009
#2369

Paris now playing


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SIXX "Sister Devil" LP
SLAUGHTER "Surrender or Die" Pic LP
Jim O'Rourke "The Visitor" LP
Kevin Drumm 12" on Dillemma
Rottrevore "Inquitous" LP

12 11 2009
#2368

KTL interview on Radio Student Ljubljana 89,3 MHz

From this last monday...

http://www.radiostudent.si/article.php?sid=21142

11 11 2009
#2367

TB1000S #1483


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At long last, the newest member of the arsenal

10 11 2009
#2366

KTL vs Ljubljana 1109 (day)


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10 11 2009
#2365

Village Voice Best of 2009

Best Venue for Massive Hearing Loss

Brooklyn Masonic Temple

Fort Greene's Brooklyn Masonic Temple, with its humble wooden floors and high-school-talent-show vibe, does not much look like the death-dealing, ear-destroying terrordome it has proven to be. The venue—populated by snack-and-beverage-laden folding tables and a cushy, seat-filled upper balcony—seems more like the site of an incipient prom or bake sale than a place of dark Masonic rituals, let alone rock shows. But—as any still-dazed attendee of a recent performance there by the two-piece drone-metal band Sunn O))) can attest—the BMT is in the running for being the city's most deafening venue. Sasha Frere-Jones, in the New Yorker, suggested that the Temple had found a loophole in the laws regulating commercial music venues (since, formally, it isn't one). But it goes beyond mere questions of volume: Even personal conversations between sets echo conspicuously. (The largely acoustic one-man act the Mountain Goats performed there last year; an open G-chord sounded like a minor explosion.) In a way, this is no surprise: if Masons can secretly rule the world, it only makes sense that they would have figured out long ago how to shatter all known precepts of amplified sound.

http://www.villagevoice.com/bestof/2009/award/best-venue-for-massive-hearing-loss-1436246/

10 11 2009
#2364

Cameron Jamie


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10 11 2009
#2363

Torqued


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pics: Rodolphe Fénart

09 11 2009
#2362

INDIA SHORTWAVE

“I would have remained a music-illiterate myself, had I not been in
bed one monsoon with asthma, and listened to the radio to fill the
hours. Around 2 a.m., I chanced upon some haunting music being played
on the General Overseas Service of All India Radio. While the rest of
India slept I listened, and was converted…” – Ramachandra Guha

Station: All India Radio (General Overseas Service IV – W/NW
Africa) (IND)

Frequency: 9445 kHz

Transmitter: Mumbai, India (19N11 072E49)

Rec Date: Thu 10-Sep-2009 : 2151 UTC

Head on over to the stellar Myke.me
for more recordings.

09 11 2009
#2361

Florian Hecker exhibition Vienna


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4th November 2009 - 29th November 2009

BAWAG Contemporary
Barnabitengasse 11 - 13
1060 Vienna
Austria
open Mon. - Sun. 14-20 Uhr

Listen to it here

08 11 2009
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