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Horse's Mane

“Horse’s Mane”
(BCore Disc)

SÓLSTAFIR - Lágnætti

Gordon Ashworth — “To Be The Man I Want To Be”

Tó Trips — “First God”

Moon Ate the Dark - Messy Hearts
Neo classical emotional intense piano music

The Away Days - ”Paris’


Declaración de acuerdos digitales justos para artistas #fairdigitaldeal4artists

  • El 16 de julio es el Día de la Firma Mundial de la Declaración
  • Se podrá seguir la campaña en twitter en @winformusic y con el hashtag #fairdigitaldeals4artists

“La letra grande dio, y la letra pequeña quitó.”
Tom Waits

La Red Mundial de Independientes (WIN), organización que representa los intereses de la comunicad musical independiente a nivel global y de la que UFi forma parte, ha anunciado una importante iniciativa: una declaración de acuerdos digitales justos para artistas, que se lanzará con una gran firma mundial el próximo 16 de julio.

La Declaración de acuerdos digitales justos es el compromiso por parte de las discográficas independientes para tratar a sus artistas de forma justa en los acuerdos relativos a la explotación digital.

La campaña se podrá seguir en twitter desde la cuenta @winformusic durante todo el día, con actualizaciones de las asociaciones y de los sellos de todo el mundo, incluyendo fotos y firmas de declaraciones utilizando el hashtag #fairdigitaldeal4artists


Prism, Mirror, Lens

Artist: The Bad Doctors Album: Burning City

Burning City
by The Bad Doctors

Listen/purchase: Burning City by The Bad Doctors

Alvarius B. - Drunken Patriot (taken from What One Man Can Do... Out May 13, 2014)

What One Man Can Do with an Acoustic Guitar, Surely Another Can Do with His Hands Around the Neck of God

RELEASE DATE: May 13, 2014

The album title pretty much says it all. Yes we know that’s the same thing we said about last year’s Alvarius B. (Alan Bishop) archival release Fuck You and the Horse You Rode In On LP, but while What One Man Can Do… has a similar approach in attitude, it comes a decade later as solo acoustic guitar instrumentals recorded during the 1990s. Perhaps, if it’s contextualization you are seeking, you could consider this a continuation of the first Alvarius B. album (ABDT 004CD — acoustic guitar instrumentals recorded during the 1980s). Or, you could simply imagine that these are songs about strangling people like you with a low E steel guitar string. This (recorded straight to cassette) acoustic guitar sound has more of a resemblance to a performance on power tools than it does to strumming or picking a Martin flat top. So if you’ve been leisurely waking up on Sunday mornings to sit down, have a cup of tea in your non-smoking kitchen breakfast-nook, staring out into the garden while listening to your old Fahey records, step aside and let someone else own this piece of wax — someone who may take the body of an old fucked-up guitar and start pounding people like you into the pavement with it. Extremely limited one-time pressing of 400 LP copies.

> - Lo-fi acoustic guitar machinery by Alvarius B. (Alan Bishop), recorded 1990-1999.
- Raw and unfiltered live home boombox-recorded artifacts from another age.
- Songs about strangling people like you, acoustic guitar with no effects, blown-out bedroom freakdom.