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Friday, November 4, 2022

Philomena Lauprecht; No Base Trio; Henry Dagg and Evan Parker; Russ Spence; The Conspiracy; Desborde

It's Bandcamp Friday, and tomorrow, Saturday 11/4/22 at 4PM Central, is Clean Nice Quiet on KPISS.FM, so how's about we look at some recent cool submissions and some of the stuff that's in my Bandcamp wantlist.

From Hamburg, Germany, Against Evil Company by Philomena Lauprecht is, according to her Bandcamp page, "her re-working of the songbook Divine and Moral Songs for Children, first published in the 17th century." It's produced by noise/soundscape artist David Wallraf, who've I've featured on the blog before:

Experimental jazz combo No Base Trio have a new video out for "ST 7," a track off their new full length release, NBT II, which I've also featured before here on the blog, and played on the show:

More wild sounding experimental jazz -- Then Through Now by Henry Dagg and Evan Parker, courtesy False Walls out of the UK:

Keeping in line with tonight's experimental theme, Metal Postcard Records' latest release is the first solo effort from Russ Spence, the vocal half of CNQ faves Salem Trials, mixed by Neon Kittens and produced by the other half of Salem Trials, Andy Goz. The EP is called Attempted Soundscapes:

Another new release from Metal Postcard, this is "See Ya Mate" from the album Dance of the Predator by The Conspiracy:

Desborde is three piece punk from Argentina, their new three song s/t EP is a ripper: