Madalyn Merkey - Archipelago
"valley girl was inspired by the agriculture and landscapes of oakland, california and its horizon of rolling hills. the peaks and valleys of the album’s landscape are made of fifteen computer generated tones that cycle through melodies driven by ambisonic surround-sound locations to define space." Out on Matt Mondanile’s New Images
Lusine - Arterial Order Arterial
Another fine microscopic video & song, this is out on Ghostly.
Zammuto - Great Equator
Upcoming on Temporary Residence.
These images were made using a high quality visible-light dissecting microscope (color) and a Scanning Electron Microscope (monochrome). Specimens include: ‘scratched’ vinyl (made in a process described here: (Vimeo link to scratch edition), rubber stamp letters
Toronto duo Rynecologist and Meech AKA RYME with a techno banging bootleg of the new Tiga single “Bugatti”.
It’s Friday and it’s another exquisite summertime jam from the eternally tropical hacienda of International Feel.
Today’s warm brush of dry air on freshly tanned skin, comes from Jose Padilla.
Solito does that effortless ‘rhythm without moving’ thing that sometimes seems International Feel’s specialist subject. Drums don’t hit, they wave. Synths don’t stab, they bubble. Everything stays in the air, gaseous and intoxicating. Ephemeral and penetrating everything it comes into contact with. Like a spice, addictive and mind altering.
And while your mind is altered, North African melodies play behind you. A voice whispers in your ear and all is calm.
We slept on this one till the summer forced our hand. It was out in June and you can still grab it from Juno here.
The singularity is already here, it is just unevenly distributed.
We sense it in the smell of burnt ozone and transcendence of the flesh through the flesh that pervades the metal box of Rrose’s The Stare. This is the future sound of pistons pumping in the night of a xeno-formed Earth, as the cattle train approaches City 17.
We sense it in the fractal gallop of Jahiliyya Fields’ Watermark. Gaze with us into the surface of an ocean of data, past the normally distributed errors of a billion billion informational processes, pattern-recognise the envelope of a growingly coherent conscience, as it dances in the dark-web.
Horace Silver 5tet - Song For My Father 
Jazz Omkring Midnat - Denmark TV 1968 Horace Silver - Piano Bill Hardman - Trumpet Bennie Maupin - Tenor John Williams - Bass Billy Cobham - Drums
Horace Silver 5tet - Pretty Eyes 
Festival de jazz d’Antibes - Juan les Pins - France - 28.07.1964 Horace Silver - Piano Joe Henderson - Tenor Saxophone Carmell Jones - Trumpet Teddy Smith - Bass Roger Humphries - Drums
George Benson - El Mar 
Musikladen Extra, Radio Bremen, Bremen, Germany 1978 George Benson (Guitar, vocals) Jorge Dalto (Keyboards, piano) Ronnie Foster (Keyboards) Stanley Banks (Bass) Dennis Davis (Drums)