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Greetings! I am on the hunt for a copy of AFX Hangable Auto Bulb EP.2, as shown in the link below. https://www.discogs.com/master/4984-AFX-Hangable-Auto-Bulb-EP2 This was the 2 song follow up to the first EP, which I've recently managed to find on Discogs, but apparently no one there or on eBay has this second one for sale. Here is a link to my Discogs profile for reference. I live in the US and have a 100% positive feedback rating with 81 purchases and 10 sales. https://www.discogs.com/user/ShevyBuick Thanks, Joe
http://www.pointnever.com/ I. AGE OF II. BABYLON III. MANIFOLD IV. THE STATION V. TOYS 2 VI. BLACK SNOW VII. MYRIAD INDUSTRIES VIII. WARNING IX. WE'LL TAKE IT X. SAME XI. RAYCATS XII. STILL STUFF THAT DOESN'T HAPPEN XIII. LAST KNOWN IMAGE OF A SONG 1 June 2018
Clark - Death Peak Pre-order on bleep - standard black 6-panel gatefold vinyl, or Bleep exclusive transparent vinyl limited to 500. https://bleep.com/release/81310-clark-death-peak Normally, as a longtime Clark fan, I would have jumped at that exclusive version, especially with a pressing that low. However, truth be told his last few albums haven't grabbed me the way his first 5 albums did. He had his own thing going and it was amazing. Then with Iradelphic and the most recent s/t album, it's as if he'd lost his magic. I can't tell from this one track whether I'll love the album or not - for the most part it's nothing special - it has a few nice things going for it and a nice ending. But I'm fine holding off and picking up a standard black in store if it turns out I really like it. I do miss my old Clark. 1. Spring But Dark 1:18 2. Butterfly Prowler 4:27 3. Peak Magnetic 5:43 4. Hoova 5:07 5. Slap Drones 4:18 6. Aftermath 2:01 7. Catastrophe Anthem 6:35 8. Living Fantasy 4:07 9. Un U.K. 9:56
This is definitely not going to appeal to a lot of VCers, but for those of you who really enjoy electronic music, specifically 80's-style electro, house, trap music, or (especially) a combination of all of these things, this is an album to pay attention to. Scottish producer Rustie, whose last full-length Glass Swords is still one of my favorites of 2011, is finally releasing a new album. So far, the only pre-order option I've found is Bleep; it's a 2xLP and it's going for $28.99 plus shipping, presumably so expensive because it's an import. If a cheaper option pops up elsewhere, I'll update this post. Pre-order: https://bleep.com/release/52319-rustie-green-language Listen to the first single, Raptor: https://soundcloud.com/rustie/raptor ALSO! He's doing a short North America tour in late July/early August! Here are the dates: 07-23 Philadelphia, PA - The Dolphin Tavern 07-24 Atlanta, GA - Terminal West (King Plow Art Center) 07-25 New York, NY - Webster Hall 07-26 Montreal, Quebec - Le Belmont 07-30 Washington, DC - U Street Music Hall 07-31 San Francisco, CA - The Independent 08-01 Denver, CO - The 1up-Colfax 08-02 South El Monte, CA - Hard Fest