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United States United States. DJ since May 14, 2009
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zlabinger Klaus Schulze & Pete Namlook at their best with the Dark Side of the Moog.
zlabinger A band that I gave up on finally reemerged with a new album. Check out Lamb's track "Butterfly Effect".

LambButterfly Effect

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zlabinger Revisted this old gem yesterday by Lori Carson and found a great live version.

Lori Carson "Little Suicides"

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zlabinger Trent Reznor won an oscar. I spin vinyl & 5.1 versions often. This cut opens a dramatic narrative on its own.
zlabinger An 80's anthem for the soul to break free, Talk Talk knew how to capture it.
zlabinger Unreleased Soundgarden song from Badmotorfinger sessions, "Black Rain" now on iTunes. Sit and implode.
zlabinger The Swedish siren Stina Nordenstam reimagining People Are Strange. She hushes your heart like no other.
zlabinger Classic, smooth song by the wonderful Cowboy Junkies.
zlabinger Then of course there is Mark Hollis' solo album from 1998, taking the sparse atmosphere to the next level.

Mark HollisThe Gift

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zlabinger From the acoustic phase of Talk Talk's last two albums. Haunting & beautiful.

Talk TalkEDEN - 1988

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zlabinger The Big Sleep. A Brooklyn 3-piece. Sonic and melodic bursts. I'm seeing a midnight show at Mercury Lounge.
zlabinger Dirk Serries of Belgium, formerly vidnaObmana, painting new textures with the guitar as Microphonics.

Dirk Serries Microphonics VII

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zlabinger Another soaring cut from the stratosphere of JK Broadrick
zlabinger Brad Fiedel's monumental theme for the Terminator. Metal percussion, military rhythms, bleak apocalypse.
zlabinger The Necks is new to my ears, thanks to Fear Falls Burning. Australian trio, tapestry of unfurling emotion.
zlabinger Elliott Smith, another new voice to my ears. Rolling, intimate, whispers of vulnerability. Amazing voice, and again a tragic end to a fragile soul.
zlabinger I return to this song for 15 years now. The phrases have big heart and precise poetry. He makes me breathe deeper every time. May he rest in peace.

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