chuso12369

Reale Accademia - Reale Accademia as reviewed by chuso12369

February 12, 2016
...Anyone have a copy for me?,Anyone have a copy for me?:)))0_____0
Katycapone

10,000 Maniacs - Cover Me as reviewed by Katycapone

February 12, 2016
A terrible recording. Sounds like someone brought a tape recorder into the gig. Natalie sounds like Alvin from the chipmunks. I thought I might need to change the settings from 45 to 33 but nope.
Yura_Volkov

Rose Sobchak - Decolette as reviewed by Yura_Volkov

February 12, 2016
Cool collage art. Congratulations Wall Noise Action with great artist release.
chuso12369

Various - Angelo Segreti... - Compilation Vol. 1 as reviewed by chuso12369

February 12, 2016
...in my collection!,in my collection,in my collection,in my collection,in my collection!!!
roberto_lai

Deadly O. - War Classics as reviewed by roberto_lai

February 12, 2016
https://soundcloud.com/deadlyoband/sets/deadly-o-war-classics-2009

Deadly O [ Deadly Orgone radiation ] is a furious and nihilistic post-punk duo based in Rome, who was in activity since late 2005, and is idle since 2010.
They played several shows in Rome and in the surrounding areas, often playing with more established bands or even as opening act to bands such as Black Dice, Shit and Shine and others.
The decision to play as a duo came in 2005 after the first formation has lost Tommaso ( also in early post HC acts such as Santa Sangre, Quel che Resta, Magdalene, Klam ) as main guitar, so Roberto and Luca opted to switch instruments and make up the loss.
Luca focused on learning how to play drums, after being the lead singer, and so he did.
Roberto instead has switched from drums back to guitar, which was his main instrument, and took his role to sing along with Luca.
At the time Deadly O kept growing in the darkness.. intense practice lead them to be playing all night long until early morning.
They both moved to Rome in the summer of 2006 and kept practicing in the oddest practice rooms around the city, meeting many "legends" of the Roman Scene along the way.
And then wrote the most of the songs
This record is the sum of just a fraction of the songs they gave life, in a 5 years timespan, unfortunately excluding another two dozens of songs that went from unfinished, forgotten or technically unrepeatable to just left alone to die..
It was thought that if a prosecution to War Classics would exist, it would have been titled " Chad Extras"
Now, you can sit and enjoy this hysteric outburst of painful energy, that costantly remind of different scenarios, making fun in its own sarcastic way, of the whole mediatic and historic mainstream world, alluding costantly at the other option, the one where the dark forces of evil are conspiring against a clueless humanity, keeping it in ignorance, poverty and suffering stuck in their clueless poor human condition.

BEAT THE GAULLE!
rkaleb87

Esselfortium - A Terrible Flood as reviewed by rkaleb87

February 12, 2016
A very underrated, and amazing album. Can't get enough of it.
the_high_end_of_low

Marilyn Manson - The High End Of Low as reviewed by the_high_end_of_low

February 12, 2016
is this ever getting pressed on vinyl ? ? ?
vinylhound83

Angels & Airwaves - I-Empire as reviewed by vinylhound83

February 12, 2016
The album and the pressing is top notch. Great audio quality, very nice packaging (images are a tad pixelated) and sturdy gold vinyl. Top notch SRC release.
poppedigital

Automatic (9) - Art Imitates Life as reviewed by poppedigital

February 12, 2016
A really solid release from a very underrated hip-hop group from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It's a more updated classic style release than their 2010 release "Transistor" which was build like a record released in the late 1980's or early 1990's. "Art Imitates Life" could've fit perfectly in the neo-soul era around the change of the millennium. Stand out tracks are "Lower Heaven," "Move," and "Vespa."
oovalen

Herb Alpert - Rise as reviewed by oovalen

February 12, 2016
Notorious Biggie sample at 3:10 play it sloooow ... Great recycling of nice jazz funk groover
zmb5501

Megadeth - Dystopia as reviewed by zmb5501

February 12, 2016
sounds better than the 256 kbps version for sure. a moderate amount of surface noise. seems that way with all new records now days though...
speccydoughboy

David Sylvian - In Paradise Of Shaman as reviewed by speccydoughboy

February 12, 2016
Audience recording, very little definition in the sound. Atmospheric but not the best sound quality.
crowfoot

Unknown Artist - Unknown as reviewed by crowfoot

February 12, 2016
edited about 3 hours ago
Florian Kupfer? Dirty fluffy filters all the way - back in at Juno
bastaa

Various - Dance Classics - The Megamix as reviewed by bastaa

February 12, 2016
Old but Gold ,Another brilliant megamix from Groeneveld and van der Zwan.
allnighterkid

Rodriguez (5) - Swing Like A Metronome as reviewed by allnighterkid

February 12, 2016
Thereis no specified vocals
vocals are Matt Ward and Kyle Field (Little Wings) who plays bass also
anemiac

Actress - R.I.P as reviewed by anemiac

February 12, 2016
Actress' masterpiece: "at least 10 words must be entered" - Discogs
mmjj02

Kadafi - Son Rize Vol. 1 - The Mixtape as reviewed by mmjj02

February 12, 2016
Not the best quality but it concludes 2Pac, Outlawz so it is dope
suspect808

Dark Network - Late Set as reviewed by suspect808

February 12, 2016
I fully recommend and endorse this recording and / or product.
damiam75

Shoes (4) - Shoe Box EP Vol. 1 as reviewed by damiam75

February 12, 2016
Anyone can tell me what is the original of B1?
djwey

Alessandroid - Little Tapes 4 as reviewed by djwey

February 12, 2016
hell yeah! fullest of = support to the little tapes family.
WORLOCK

Coil - The Angelic Conversation as reviewed by WORLOCK

February 12, 2016
edited about 2 hours ago

Amazing hypnotic combination of beautiful sounds with spoken word by the actress Judi Dench. The stunning voice of Judi Dench and the sounds create Magical atmosphere and taking you to Mysterious forests .

There are mesmerizing beauty and sadness in the music , the music contains bells, gongs, beautiful synth lines.sea waves sounds , sometimes some very dramatic percussions sounds, Sound effects.

mrill

Oorutaichi - Futurelina as reviewed by mrill

February 12, 2016
Absolutely mental, but really really really good in the right circumstances
martellopunk

Miki Chieregato as reviewed by martellopunk

February 12, 2016
ciao miki e grande musicman, sono un vecchi amico di Tommy e ti avevo conosciuto moooolti anni fa.
Con grande piacere sono contento che tu sia tornato in pista... con la pasta...con grande vista avvenirista...soprattutto poetista...
in bocca al lupo.

Marcello

zavisic

Luka Zavisic as reviewed by zavisic

February 12, 2016
edited about 8 hours ago
Luka Zavisic (born March 6, 1995) is a jazz pianist, arranger and composer. He has been connected to the music from the very beginning of his life, particularly coming from a musical family. When he was about 8-9 years old, he started taking piano lessons at the primary music school in Jesenice where he was under the supervision of professor Nina Presicek. He accomplished the technique of playing classical piano by learning various technical etudes, compositions from the Baroque, Classicism, Romanticism and Impressionism. During this period, he had a number of solo performances. In 2010 he finished 7th grade at the music school and the same year passed the entrance examination at the Conservatory of Music and Ballet Ljubljana, where he enrolled to the program of jazz piano. He was there under the supervision of three excellent piano professors - Erik Marence, Veljko Glodic and Milan Stanisavljevic. Over the 4 years at conservatory, Luka got knowledge of jazz-oriented music and improvisation by learning, playing and listening to music of all musical periods from the 20th century such as Ragtime, Swing, Bebop, Cool Jazz, Hard Bop, Soul Jazz, Free Jazz, Mainstream Jazz, Latin Jazz and also learned how to create your own compositions and arrangements.In high school, he often performed with various musicians and gained a lot of experience. In 2014 he graduated with the Matura performance at the Conservatory. Since 2015, he continues education of jazz piano at the Music Universitiy in Klagenfurt under the supervision of professor Robert Bargad.