Gang Gang Dance: Eye Contact
John Maus: We Must Become The Pitiless Censors of Ourselves
Julia Holter: Tragedy
Prurient: Bermuda Drain
Water Borders: Harbored Mantras
James Pants: James Pants
The Weeknd: House of Balloons
Nguzunguzu: The Perfect Lullaby
Silk Flowers: Ltd. Form
Belong: Common Era
Shabazz Palaces: Black Up
King Midas Sound: Without You
Tropic of Cancer: The End of All Things
SLEEP ? OVER: Forever
Austra: Feel it Break
Peaking Lights: 936
Clams Casino: Instrumentals
Frank Ocean: Nostalgia, Ultra.
Araabmuzik: Electronic Dream
Chelsea Wolfe: ??????????
U.S. Girls: U.S. Girls on Kraak
Leyland Kirby: Eager to Tear Apart the Stars
Death in Vegas: Trans-Love Energies
James Blake: James Blake
Soft Metals: Soft Metals
Demdike Stare: Triptych
Kindest Lines: Covered in Dust
Oneohtrix Point Never: Replica
Steve Hauschildt: Tragedy & Geometry
Grouper: A I A : Alien Observer / A I A : Dream Loss
Nicolas Jaar: Space Is Only Noise
Tim Hecker: Ravedeath, 1972
Maria Minerva: Cabaret Cixous
Bvdub: Tribes at the Temple of Silence
Kate Bush: 50 Words for Snow
Tearist: Living: 2009-Present
ASAP Rocky: LiveLoveA$AP
Zola Jesus: Conatus
Rustie: Glass Swords
Posts Tagged ‘GROUPER’
Here’s what Liz wrote on her Myspace blog: “Some folks asking about new songs – will be on self release split with Roy Montgomery coming out January 1st 2010. Available mail order for folks on the google group, otherwise by distributors/stores. Will be online for download at most sites that do that kind of thing, too.”
Check out those new songs on Grouper’s Myspace.
As for the rest of the artists who played ATP NY 2009, Atlas Sound and Suicide tracks are available at the Free Music Archive.
A split 12″ with Roy Montgomery should be released some time later this year. It will feature a live recording from their show in Christchurch on Montgomery’s side and 4 new songs on Grouper’s side. Could Vessel and Hold the Way be some of those new songs to be on that release? Dunno. Anyway, go check ‘em out on her myspace.
Rare and/or previously unreleased tracks from: Grouper, Zola Jesus, Crystal Stilts, Abner Jay, Dum Dum Girls, Wooden Shjips, Dutchess and the Duke, Jacuzzi Boys, The Great Unwashed, Nodzzz, The Fresh & Onlys, Moon Duo, Explode Into Colors, Eternal Tapestry, Woods, Christmas Island, some Jamaican gospel etc.
The 200-page book includes drawings by J. Bradley Earl of Woods, Grouper talking to Ilyas Ahmed, the life and work of poet/educator Nancy Dupree, interviews with Nodzzz, Wooden Shjips and more. You can get it from the YETI Magazine site.
Suprisingly, the two tracks that first caught my ear were by Nodzzz and The Fresh & Onlys, bands I didn’t really dig so far. Other standouts include Grouper’s False Horizon and Zola Jesus’ Clay Bodies, but I happened to already be familliar with those two. Altough the Yeti 7 CD is announced as the best one yet, I must admit I enjoyed the previous two a lot more…