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Arminda Klier

  1. London, UK
  2. Experimental
  1. collection 79
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  1. Buffalo
    by Inner Wave
    00:00/00:00
  2. Cuneiform Records: The Albums of 2016
    by Cuneiform Records
    00:00/00:00
    Olhaluai [from 'Cantos Invisíveis'] Olhaluai [from 'Cantos Invisíveis']
  3. Yarn/Wire/Currents Vol. 0
    by Yarn/Wire
    00:00/00:00
    Tyondai Braxton - music for ensemble and pitch shifter/delay (2012) Tyondai Braxton - music for ensemble and pitch shifter/delay (2012)
  4. Candy Spelling
    by Teton
    00:00/00:00
    Coins Wave Coins Wave
    Any band that references Kate Bush AND Magma AND chamber music within one sentence as their point of inspiration will automatically become a band that I love. Plus the members are originally from So.Ill, as am I. SPOOKY.
  5. The Matt Sheffer Songbook, Vol. 1
    by Friend Roulette
    00:00/00:00
    Joan Joan
    Absolutely gorgeous. I am selfishly very happy that Friend Roulette forced their friend Matt into letting them immortalize his early music.
  6. Wise Blood
    by MADAM WEST
    00:00/00:00
    Such a dynamic track – can feel a real driving force from the key and bass lines, and the change in direction at the end gets my pulse going. Plus the bookworm in me loves that the song is based on a Flannery O'Connor novel. :)
  7. L
    by MADAM WEST
    00:00/00:00
    “Grow into it, if you can’t do it now.” Yup, sounds like L to me.
  8. Michael Gordon: Sonatra
    by Vicky Chow
    00:00/00:00
    Sonatra (Equal Temperament) Sonatra (Equal Temperament)
    A truly impressive, methodical and brutal composition by Michael Gordon played equally impressively, methodically and brutally by Vicky Chow. Chow is clearly Gordon’s perfect match for such a merciless piece.
  9. Supplier I
    by Supplier
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    Head on a Wall Head on a Wall
    So happy to share Supplier's debut album. Hopefully it brings you equal joy too. </self-promo>
  10. HiFi Classics
    by MEATRAFFLE
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    The Greenfly & The Rose The Greenfly & The Rose
    Hi-Fi Classics is full of genre melding tracks, yet the album comes out as a completely unique sound. I love it because it’s a bit messy, intense and confounding.
  11. IN THE SHOWER
    by HOMESHAKE
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    Chowder Chowder
    smooth and cool-as-a-cucumber
  12. DROOL
    by Nnamdi Ogbonnaya
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    Cindy OsO Ft. mOrimOtO Cindy OsO Ft. mOrimOtO
    While I originally came to know Nnamdi’s music from a different lifetime (his days of rock with The Para-Medics, filled with crazy drumming and time-signatures), his solo evolution into experimental hip hop has been prolific. Seems to drink from an infinite well of creativity and madness.
  13. Midnight Snack
    by HOMESHAKE
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    Faded Faded
  14. really really big pinecone
    by really big pinecone
    00:00/00:00
    eggy eyes eggy eyes
  15. You're a Star
    by Miles Francis
    00:00/00:00
    This track sounds amazing on big headphones. Put on your big headphones!
    appears in 1 other collection
  16. No Room (Music to Block Out Other Music)
    by Marine Layer
    00:00/00:00
    Fox Rot Fox Rot
    I have tested this album at work on a sometimes noisy floor and I can confirm, this is the perfect background sound to drown out surrounding hysteria, while also enjoying the music at the same time.
  17. Enhanced Touch: Caress, Redact Remixes
    by Public Speaking
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    I Turn Over His Body (Public Speaking Remix) I Turn Over His Body (Public Speaking Remix)
    Great line-up of remixes off of Public Speaking's latest album. I especially like Public Speaking's own remix of "I Turn Over His Body" #SoMeta
  18. Your Eternal Reward
    by A Bunch Of Dead People
    00:00/00:00
    The Big Move The Big Move
    This album gets sinister. Oh, and it's fucking brilliant.
  19. Caress, Redact
    by Public Speaking
    00:00/00:00
    Shifting Weight Shifting Weight
    Brutal, honest, raw, haunting. Without a doubt one of my favorite albums of 2016.
  20. Timber Remixed
    by Mantra Percussion
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    Timber [Jóhann Jóhannsson Remix] Timber [Jóhann Jóhannsson Remix]
  21. Bonjour
    by Bonjour
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    Thursday Afternoon Thursday Afternoon
  22. ELATION
    by Colin Self
    00:00/00:00
    Elation I Elation I
  23. The Grand March
    by The Grand March
    00:00/00:00
    Oslo Oslo
    I only got to see The Grand March perform live once before they disbanded, so this is as close as it gets. V happy this exists.
  24. Loose Meat
    by Loose Meat
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    Human Motivation Human Motivation
    Synths abound, I love the sound of this album.
  25. Correct
    by Laser Background
    00:00/00:00
    Jawbreaker Jawbreaker
    Hazy crazy lush pop. Like being stuck in a spinning music-box snowglobe with lots of reverb and sustain.
  26. Thin Film
    by Arrays
    00:00/00:00
    Sir Sir
    Floordoor collaboration is the best kind of collaboration.
  27. Am I Home?
    by Skeletons
    00:00/00:00
    Don't Smother It Don't Smother It
    I will forever recommend Skeletons to anyone that will listen.
  28. Cuneiform Records: The Albums of 2015
    by Cuneiform Records
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    Obscure Knowledge I (excerpt) [from 'Obscure Knowledge'] Obscure Knowledge I (excerpt) [from 'Obscure Knowledge']
    What a great sample of the Cuneiform roster! It's the perfect introduction to their latest avant-garde, progressive, & out-there releases.
  29. We Shall Fight On The Beaches
    by Yardang!
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    My Other Car Is Another Horse My Other Car Is Another Horse
    Forget about Austin. Minneapolis is where they're keeping it weird and it's really fantastic.
  30. Yardang Sings the Singles
    by Yardang!
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    We Saw Eleven Moons in the Sky (feat. the Yardang! Singers We Saw Eleven Moons in the Sky (feat. the Yardang! Singers
    This album has a texture to it.
  31. Dear Janet
    by Various Artists
    00:00/00:00
    What Have You Done For Me Lately What Have You Done For Me Lately
    Naytronix totally nails the "What Have You Done For Me Lately" cover.
  32. Yardang Jams!
    by Yardang!
    00:00/00:00
    Gold Star pt. 1 [with Ivan Cunningham] Gold Star pt. 1 [with Ivan Cunningham]
  33. Wild Man
    by Le Rex
    00:00/00:00
    Le Clic Le Clic
    Fun, inventive music coming from a brass and percussion band out of Switzerland.
  34. Sha-day
    by Supplier
    00:00/00:00
    Sha-day Sha-day
    SUPPLIER SINGLE
  35. V/A: YOU ARE WELCOME HERE
    by Various Artists
    00:00/00:00
    PUBLIC SPEAKING + VALERIE KUEHNE - "Cell Three" PUBLIC SPEAKING + VALERIE KUEHNE - "Cell Three"
    Happy to support a good cause for people that truly are welcome here, and receive wonderfully interesting music in return.
  36. E.G.
    by Eternal Garb
    00:00/00:00
    What You Mean What You Mean
    The opposite of stale. Forever fresh.
    appears in 1 other collection
  37. Takamatsu Station
    by Ava Luna
    00:00/00:00
    Jelly Sweat Jelly Sweat
    This compilation of Ava Luna's demos, out-takes, and one-offs blow my mind just as much as their legit albums.
  38. Original Soundtrack
    by Piscean Group
    00:00/00:00
    Ryan's Song Ryan's Song
    Amazingly weird/funky/haunting music. Each track has its own vibe, flowing from one idea to the next throughout the album.
  39. Wolf BBQ - EP
    by Glockabelle
    00:00/00:00
    Gazelle Gazelle
    Glockabelle is a Casio shredding, thimble-wielding (for the glockenspiel, naturally) force of nature, creating music that reassures us that pop music can be fun, challenging AND weird (the best of all worlds).
  40. I See You. Your Eyes Are Red.
    by Friend Roulette
    00:00/00:00
    Dutch Master Dutch Master
    As usual, Friend Roulette nails the right mix of chill, fucked up, and danceable moments throughout the album.
  41. Infinite House
    by Ava Luna
    00:00/00:00
    Best Hexagon Best Hexagon
    I love this album (as is the case with basically every Ava Luna record), but the second half is especially where it's at for me. It is floaty and weird and jarring at times. *Thumbs Up*
  42. Steps
    by pat JORDACHE
    00:00/00:00
    Morning Sun Morning Sun
    This album sounds like a computer from the 1980s that has been put into the washing machine for a sudsy spin cycle. And I mean that in the absolute best of ways.
  43. MONAURA (Live)
    by My Love MHz
    00:00/00:00
    MONAURA MONAURA
    Robots gone off the rails. I love the way this song builds up.
    appears in 1 other collection
  44. New Time
    by Eternal Garb
    00:00/00:00
    House on Hill House on Hill
    Yasssss.
  45. EP
    by Cassandra Jenkins
    00:00/00:00
    Up in Flames Up in Flames