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Journal Journal · 2022 · 2021 · 2020 · 2019 · {and before that
Beastie Boys Aglio e Olio

(8-10tx vinyl, 13'19'' - Grand Royal rec 1995)

 | pall youhideme
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""Aglio e Olio" means "Garlic and Oil" in Italian, a reference to one of the simplest pasta dressings used in Italy." (cfr) -, that's not exactly true: you must pay attention to not burn garlic, and the correct amount of oil makes the difference.
Here's, one more time, how Beastie Boys made a difference in music history. Hardcore punk delicacy served. And it has aged until today so good. My two cents. 
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 pall youhidemeOpen new window writes: We should also mention Quasar here,

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Fuco FucoFF

(7tx - 46'40'',  12" LP + DGTL - Self-prod., Smartz rec 2020)

 | pall youhideme
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Released on July 2020, Fuco's first full lenght record tunes fine with winter time as well. 
It's never too late to review something good, and Fucoff is for sure a suitable companion for a dense mind exploring, to chill-out or study the black spots on the roof of your ceiling, laid on bed: titles as CBD  or M105 speak for themselves, they speak straight to your inner self, actually. 
Instrumental four piece from norther Italy canavese, formerly Isobel, BelliCosi, 3eem, Stonegod, psychedelic and kraut rock cut, Turna and Hardone feed circular loops of adrenaline before the following sedation: sturm und drang, storm and dope of melodies. 
Strains of psyche-rock paranoia, a wash of bending tunes crafted by two bass players, narrative electric guitars richly effected, keys, and solid drumming playing with your heartbeat. Now press play and dive in.

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Joy Division live at Manchester Apollo

(First Show - 27 October 1979) 

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Let's time travel to 1979, videotaped by Bob Jones and Richard Boon, - endless thanks - and here remastered by Brian Hyphen.

Full backstory and precious detailed info

"When it was first announced that Joy Division were to be the support act on this tour I thought it was a brave but foolish decision on the Buzzcocks part. Surely, Joy Division the current darlings of the rock media would completely overshadow the Buzzcocks who are presently in the midst of a critical backlash. Much to my surprise the complete opposite occurred [..]" - Paul H reviewed this gig for Manchester's 'City Fun' magazine [source]
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