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Started when the first pandemic confinement hit, this is content that celebrates my past and informs a fresh vision forward. I have a fascination for experimental and challenging music and use it to inspire my creativity and many aspects of my daily drifts, so music does take center stage here. Glad if it resonates with you in some way and you discover something new here, in which case you should explore more and support the artists. Curated by Jorge Sampaio.

Boris - Boris At Last Feedbacker

Band: BORIS
Album: Boris at Last - Feedbacker (2003)
Track: Feedbacker Pt. 2 (14:54)

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I am always in awe when listening to this album and specialy this second movement - the longest and quietest - of the album. It always reveals a very particular shade of emotion as it brings some tasty old memories of around the same time this was released back in 2003 (Xmas day to be precise)... as it often happens when you listen to music that was played/playing during a significant life event. Because of such memories this track always feels nocturnal and wintery... cold and warm at the same time, like a drive at very late hours, window down, cigarette in hand summoning the deep thoughts.

Gybe - At States End

Band: GODSPEED YOU! BLACK EMPEROR
Album: G_d's Pee At State's End! (2021)
Track: “Government Came” (9980.0kHz 3617.1kHz 4521.0 kHz) (11:36)

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Dakota Suite - Notes

Photo: Yasuyoshi Chiba

Dakota Suite & Vampillia

THE SEA IS NEVER FULL
The origin of this collaboration began two months prior to the Fukushima disaster in Japan. Dakota Suite had been touring Japan with their friends from the Japanese band Vampillia and had been in several coastal locations in Wakayama as well as places near to Fukushima. The tsunami was very upsetting for Chris Hooson and David Buxton from Dakota Suite who then set about making music to reflect this overwhelming sadness and loss for Japan. They approached Vampillia to work on these somber reflective songs for the sea.
This collaboration is highly recommended and in remembrance of the disaster that cost the life of over 18000 people which will be 10 years next 11th Mach, I couldn't think of a more fitting piece of music than my favorite track of the album "The sea is never full - Part 2". At 27 minutes it demands your full attention but the reward comes in bundles of honest emotion.
Posted: 18/01/2021

Dakota Suite - Vampilia - The Sea Is Never Full

Band: DAKOTA SUITE & VAMPILLIA
Album: The Sea is never full (2016)
Track: The Sea is never full (Part 2) (27:07)

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Sprain - As Lost Through

Band: SPRAIN
Album: As lost through collision (2020)
Track: My way out (08:59)

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Gybe - Yanqui Uxo

Band: GODSPEED YOU! BLACK EMPEROR
Album: Yanqui U.X.O. (2002)
Track: Rockets Fall on Rocket Falls (20:42)

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Hrsta - Stem Stem In Electro

Band: HRSTA
Album: Stem Stem in Electro (2005)
Track: Quelque choses à propos... (06:41)

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Gybe - Lift Your Skinny Fists

Band: GODSPEED YOU! BLACK EMPEROR
Album: Lift your skinny fists like antennas to Heaven (2000)
Track: Rockets Fall on Rocket Falls (23:17)

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Sprain - Sprain

Band: SPRAIN
Album: Sprain (2018)
Track: My way out (07:44)

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A Silver Mt. Zion - He Has Left Us Alone But

Band: A SILVER MT. ZION
Album: He has left Us alone but shafts of light... (2000)
Track: Broken chord can sing a little (08:39)

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Sparrows Swarm And Sing - O Shenandoah

Band: SPARROWS SWARM AND SING
Album: O Shenandoah, Might Death will find Me (2006)
Track: Warm Blood Within Pt. 2 (edit (11:16)

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Gybe - Moya

Band: GODSPEED YOU! BLACK EMPEROR
Album: Slow Riot for New Zero Kanada (1998)
Track: Moya (10:51)

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Sunn O))) + Ulver

Band: SUNN O))) & ULVER
Album: Terrestrials (2014)
Track: Let there be Light (11:27)

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Gybe - Dead Flag Blues

Band: GODSPEED YOU! BLACK EMPEROR
Album: F♯ A♯ ∞ (1997)
Track: Dead Flag Blues (16:28)

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