Sunday, 29 March 2015

RE-UPLOAD: The Sisters of Mercy - Nova Rock Festival, Nickelsdorf, Austria - 16.06.2006 (Flac)



HiMD Recorder Sony MZ-NH700 + Soundman OKMIIRock

Taper:C.E.

HiMD(PCM)->Pioneer CD-Recorder->CD-R->PC->Wavelab(tracking)->Flac(level 4)

01.Intro   
02.Crash & Burn   
03.Ribbons   
04.Dr.Jeep/Detonation Boulevard   
05.When You Don´t See Me   
06.Still   
07.Flood I   
08.Giving Ground   
09.Dominion/Mother Russia   
10.Summer   
11.Slept   
12.Alice   
13.First & Last & Always   
14.Anaconda   
15.Romeo Down   
16.Will I Dream   
17.This Corrosion   
18.Something Fast   
19.Lucretia   
20.Top Nite Out   
21.Temple Of Love   

79:51 min

Kraftwerk - Paradiso, Amsterdam, The Netherlands - 22.01.2012 8Flac)



Huge Thanks to ianmacd for taping and sharing on Dime.


Original Info File:

The Catalogue 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Concert 7 of 8: The Mix


RECORDING:

Type: Audience master, recorded 2 metres back from the front of the stage,
      dead centre, between Henning Schmitz and Fritz Hilpert.

Source: Factory-matched pair of Schoeps CCM 41V microphones (DINa mounted) ->
    Marantz PMD661 recorder with Oade Concert Mod
    (-18 dB gain/44.1 kHz/24 bit WAV)

Lineage: Audacity 2.0.6
       * Applied Bass and Treble Tool (-1 dB Bass, +6 dB Treble).
       * Amplified left channel by 0.3 dB.
       * Applied Click Removal effect to attenuate applause (Threshold
         200/Max Spike Width 40).
       * Applied variable envelope amplification across recording for
         consistent listening experience.
       * Added fades.
       * Split tracks.
       * Converted to 16 bit.
     -> FLAC (compression level 8) [libFLAC 1.3.1 20141125]

Taper: ianmacd

SET LIST:

01. [00:43] [intro]
02. [03:10] Numbers
03. [03:17] Computer World
04. [06:05] Home Computer
05. [05:51] Computer Love
06. [06:36] Airwaves
07. [00:22] Intermission
08. [01:09] News
09. [00:31] Geiger Counter
10. [06:31] Radioactivity
11. [14:30] Autobahn
12. [02:58] Pocket Calculator
13. [03:19] Dentaku
14. [05:28] Spacelab
15. [03:51] The Model
16. [05:26] The Man-Machine
17. [04:28] Tour De France 1983
18. [00:27] Prologue
19. [03:53] Tour De France Étape 1
20. [01:05] Chrono
21. [05:32] Tour De France Étape 2
22. [03:20] Trans-Europe Express
23. [00:46] Abzug
24. [03:17] Metal On Metal
25. [01:05] [encore break]
26. [07:48] The Robots¹
27. [01:26] [encore break]
28. [03:15] Expo 2000
29. [04:56] Planet Of Visions
30. [02:32] Boing Boom Tschak
31. [02:45] Techno Pop
32. [08:00] Musique Non Stop

Total running time: 124:36

¹ Band off-stage, replaced by robots. Music pre-programmed.


NOTES:

It's the penultimate night of Kraftwerk's eight show residency at the
Paradiso and the band's 1991 anthology of rerecorded and rearranged songs,
'The Mix', is receiving the spotlight treatment.

Or is it? A little explanation is required here.

Technically, the album is integrally performed, because all of its songs
feature in tonight's set. However, the songs are simply interwoven with the
others performed this evening, effectively expanding the 'best of' segment to
fill the entire concert.

For example, tonight's show gets under way with 'Numbers', a song that's not
even on 'The Mix'. And all but two of the album's songs ('Dentaku' and 'Pocket
Calculator') are performed live every night, anyway.

An interesting consequence of this is that the show ends up featuring all of
the 'Computer World' songs that were performed when that was the spotlight
album. So, in a sense, this effectively becomes a second 'Computer World'
show.

Tonight is notable for Hütter playing a bum note at 4'54" into
'Radioactivity', the recovery from which causes him to forget to sing the next
lyric.

The 14 minute 'Autobahn' makes a welcome return to the set tonight. It's so
superior to the 8 minute version that there's really no comparison.

The big surprise tonight, however -- if it can be called that -- is that 'Expo
2000' opens the second encore, in what will turn out to be its only
performance of the entire residency. The reworked version of 'Expo 2000',
'Planet Of Visions', has been performed other nights, but tonight the original
is played before it eventually also morphs into 'Planet Of Visions'.

Earlier in the week, I was thinking that eight of these shows ought to be
enough for anyone, but it's amazing how habit-forming the experience of
attending one of these residencies is. I'm starting to think that Saturday
night is going to be a big disappointment when there's no Kraftwerk gig to
attend at the Paradiso. This has become a lifestyle.

That said, I'm still not tempted to travel to repeat the experience in some
other European city. It's just too big a commitment.

Once again, the recording was made under the same conditions and with the same
parameters as the previous ones. The mastering is again (almost) identical, as
is the resultant listening experience.

Scans of the ticket and both sides of the glasses envelope are also included.

DCR Vinyl Club #6 - The Birthday Party - Drunk On The Pope's Blood / Lydia Lunch - The Agony Is The Ecstacy - Split EP (Flac)




Relesed: 1982
Lineage: Vinyl -> Audacity -> TLH -> Flac (level 6)

Tracklist:

The Birthday Party - Drunk On The Pope's Blood - 16 Minutes Of Sheer Hell!
Live November 26, 1981 at The Venue in London


A1. Pleasure Heads
A2. King Ink
A3. Zoo-Music Girl
A4. Loose

Lydia Lunch - The Agony Is The Ecstacy

B1 The Agony Is The Ecstacy

Drums – Christian Hoffman
Guitar – Steven Severin
Rhythm Guitar – Murray Mitchell
Vocals – Lydia Lunch

Once Upon a Time in New York: The Birth of Hip Hop, Disco and Punk (Documentary DVD)







Thanks to jabulon for sharing on TTD,

Original Info File:

#########################################################################
Lineage: DVBroadcast(BBC4)>Thomson DC/62UPC>Scart>Philips DVDR3600>DVD>PC
Additional editing: TMPGEnc Authoring Works 4 (no menu, 5 min chapters)


Video: PAL 25 fps, I/L TFF, 16:9 (720 x 576), MPEG2 7317-7336 kbps
Audio: AC3 CBR, 48000Hz 256 kb/s tot , stereo (2/0) (GSpot)
#########################################################################


From BBC website:

How the squalid streets of '70s New York gave birth to music that would go on to conquer the world - punk, disco and hip hop. In the 1970s the Big Apple was rotten to the core, yet out of the grime, grit and low rent space emerged new music unlike anything that had gone before.

Inspired by the Velvet Underground, a new wave of 'punk' rock emerged in lower Manhattan including The New York Dolls, The Ramones and the Patti Smith Group. Meanwhile, downtown loft parties held by gay New Yorkers heralded the birth of disco, which would eventually spawn the ultimate club for the privileged few: Studio 54. The swanky mid-town discos were out of bounds to black New York so in the Bronx DJs such as Kool Herc, Grandmaster Flash and Afrika Bambaataa created their own parties, heralding the birth of hip hop.

With David Johansen, Patti Smith, John Cale, Richard Hell, Grandmaster Flash, Afrika Bambaataa, Kool Herc, Nile Rodgers, Chuck D, Tommy Ramone, Chris Stein, Fab 5 Freddy, Lenny Kaye, Tina Weymouth, Chris Frantz, Syl Sylvain, Nicky Siano, David Mancuso, DJ AJ, David Depino, Jayne County, Lee Childers, Nelson George, Victor Bokris and Vince Aletti.

total run time: 00:59:30


http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b007mw93


taped/authored by jabulon. First seeded @ TTD august 2010.

Mazzy Star - The Metro, Chicago, IL, USA - 11.12.1994 (Flac)


Excellent FM broadcast. I had already posted this one in MP3, time for an upgrade to Flac. Thanks to the original uploader.

Opener for Jesus & Mary Chain

Trade CDR>EAC>FLAC

Setlist:

01. Flowers in December
02. Ride It On
03. Into Dust
04. Give You My Lovin
05. Fade Into You
06. Halah
07. Ghost Highway
08. Blue Flower

Thanks to AW for the source disc
Another Porky Prime Cut from Terrapin Station!!

chicago

Chvrches - Pitchfork Music Festival, Paris, France - 31.10.2014 (MKV)






Thanks to the original uploader on Dime.

720p webcast (no transcoding)
h264/aac

We Sink
Lies
Gun
Night Sky
Get Away
Science/Visions
Recover
By the Throat
Tether
Under the Tide
The Mother We Share

The webcast FAQ:

1. There is no audio and/or video when I play this thing. What do I do?
Change the thing you play your videos with. Use either VLC or MPC-HC, they're free and the best.

2. There is no audio and/or video or it doesn't work at all when I burn webcasts to a DVD. What do I do?
Use DVD Styler to make DVD-Video discs. It's free, easy to use and supports webcast videos.

3. How do you capture webcasts?
I use a couple of different tools, depending on how the stream works. The tools I use (which should cover all possible bases) are: ffmpeg, youtube-dl, AdobeHDS.php (+HDS Link Detector), RTMPDump (+RTMPDumpHelper), and Hola Unblocker for proxying as well as URL Snooper and HiDownload as general backup tools.d.

Katatonia / Alcest - Batschkapp, Frankfurt, Germany - 07.12.2012 (Flac)



Huge Thanks to Chris for sending his masters to share here.

Taper: C.F. (Chris)
Gear: Sony ICD-SX850

Lineage: Wav -> Audacity -> TLH -> Flac (Level 8)

Alcest Setlist:

Autre temps
Là où naissent les couleurs nouvelles
Les voyages de l'âme
Souvenirs d'un autre monde
Percées de lumière
Summer's Glory

44:24 minutes


Katatonia Setlist:

The Parting
Buildings
Deliberation
My Twin
Burn the Remembrance
The Racing Heart
Lethean
Teargas
Strained
The Longest Year
Soil's Song
Omerta
Sweet Nurse
Deadhouse
Ghost of the Sun
July
Day and Then the Shade
Encore:
Dead Letters
Forsaker
Leaders

94:20 minutes

Big Country - Tiffanys, Glasgow, Scotland - 04.07.1983 (Flac)



Excellent sound. Thanks to the original uploader on Dime.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
FM broadcast - transferred to PC at 44.1khz  / 16 bit via M-Audio Delta 2496 sound card ->
Audacity -> Noise Removed -> Left and Right tracks amplified -> speed adjusted -> tracks split -> no split for CD just like the original concert.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Setlist :
01 - 1000 Stars
02 - Harvest Home
03 - Balcony
04 - Lost Patrol
05 - Porrohman
06 - The Storm
07 - In A Big Country
08 - Chance
09 - Angle Park
10 - Fields of Fire

RE-UPLOAD: Kirlian Camera - "Fields Of Sunset" Festival, Paintball Fabrik, Burg Stargard, Germany - 28.09.2002 (MP3)

 




Excellent soundboard recording. A Request from Ricardo, who thought it was strange the absence of this italian band here in DCR. Some more to follow in the next days then, to make up for the lost time.

CD1

01. Intro
02. Slavonija
03. Heldenplatz
04. News        
05. Untitled 1
06. Atmosphere
07. Absentee
08. Julia Dream
09. In The Endless Rain
10. Fields Of Sunset (Days Of The Scythe)
11. The Desert Inside
12. Blue Room
13. Erinnerung

CD2

00. Crowd noises  
01. Eclipse
02. Solaris IV/A 
03. Untitled II
04. Ascension

Girl Band - In My Head / France 98 (Free Download)




This band is great and are offering a couple of releases on Bandcamp. Get them while you can.


Thursday, 5 March 2015

RE-UPLOAD: The Sisters of Mercy - Annexet, Stockholm, Sweden - 21.05.1991 (MP3)



A request from dtsom. Still looking for a lossless version of this recording.

Tracklist:


1.First And Last And Always
2. Lucretia My Reflection
3. Body And Soul
4. Possession
5. Ribbons
6. Alice
7. Dominion/Mother Russia
8. Amphetamine Logic
9. Detonation Boulevard
10 Marian
11. This Corrosion
12. Gimme Shelter
13. Flood II
14. Temple Of Love
15. Something Fast
16. Jolene
17. Valentine
18. Vision Thing (fade)
.

Kraftwerk - Paradiso, Amsterdam, The Netherlands - 21.01.2015 (Flac)



Thanks to ianmacd for taping and sharing on Dime.

Original Info File:

The Catalogue 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Concert 6 of 8: Techno Pop


RECORDING:

Type: Audience master, recorded 2 metres back from the front of the stage,
      dead centre, between Henning Schmitz and Fritz Hilpert.

Source: Factory-matched pair of Schoeps CCM 41V microphones (DINa mounted) ->
    Marantz PMD661 recorder with Oade Concert Mod
    (-18 dB gain/44.1 kHz/24 bit WAV)

Lineage: Audacity 2.0.6
       * Applied Bass and Treble Tool (-1 dB Bass, +6 dB Treble).
       * Amplified left channel by 0.3 dB.
       * Applied Click Removal effect to attenuate applause (Threshold
         200/Max Spike Width 40).
       * Applied variable envelope amplification across recording for
         consistent listening experience.
       * Added fades.
       * Split tracks.
       * Converted to 16 bit.
     -> FLAC (compression level 8) [libFLAC 1.3.1 20141125]

Taper: ianmacd

SET LIST:

01. [00:42] [intro]
02. [03:50] Electric Cafe
03. [02:44] The Telephone Call
04. [02:29] House Phone
05. [05:36] Sex Object
06. [09:05] Autobahn
07. [00:22] Intermission
08. [01:09] News
09. [00:31] Geiger Counter
10. [06:30] Radioactivity
11. [05:28] Spacelab
12. [03:52] The Model
13. [05:16] The Man-Machine
14. [03:10] Numbers
15. [03:17] Computer World
16. [06:06] Home Computer
17. [06:01] Computer Love
18. [06:12] Vitamin
19. [04:29] Tour De France 1983
20. [00:27] Prologue
21. [03:53] Tour De France Étape 1
22. [01:05] Chrono
23. [05:32] Tour De France Étape 2
24. [03:20] Trans-Europe Express
25. [00:46] Abzug
26. [03:19] Metal On Metal
27. [01:02] [encore break]
28. [07:50] The Robots¹
29. [01:19] [encore break]
30. [05:00] Elektro Kardiogramm
31. [02:33] Boing Boom Tschak
32. [02:45] Techno Pop
33. [07:54] Musique Non Stop

Total running time: 123:48

¹ Band off-stage, replaced by robots. Music pre-programmed.


NOTES:

Day six of Kraftwerk's residency brings us to the show that spotlights an
album some Kraftwerk fans consider 'the one that got away'.

'Techno Pop' is something of an unloved stepchild in some quarters. The album,
originally released in 1986 under the title 'Electric Cafe', had taken five
years to produce after 'Computer World'. Delays along the way had caused even
the band themselves to question whether the album was still relevant in the
way their previous work had been.

When it finally came out, the reception was lukewarm. Wikipedia says that
"audiences generally appeared to find the music somewhat more sterile and less
engaging".

Whilst 'Electric Cafe' was indeed very different from the band's previous
albums, I actually disagree with this. It's not my favourite of the band's
albums by any means, but it does contains some fine tracks. 'The Telephone
Call' has a very catchy melody and the suite of 'Boing Boom Tschak', 'Techno
Pop' and 'Musique Non Stop' that closes every Kraftwerk show is simply
sublime.

The audience at tonight's show appear more casual. Tickets were still
available for this concert long after the others had sold out, allowing people
with a more passing interest in the band to purchase tickets right up until
the start of the residency last Friday.

The album's running order is necessarily altered tonight to allow the
aforementioned three song suite to close the show, as it always does. Even
allowing for that, however, 'Electric Cafe' is still moved to the top of the
set, whereas it comes last on the actual album.

'Vitamin' makes its residency debut this evening, with 'Airwaves' taken out to
make room for it. Other than that, there are no notable changes to the 'best
of' section of the set.

Once again, the recording was made under the same conditions and with the same
parameters as the previous ones. The mastering is again almost identical, as
is the resultant listening experience.

As always, samples are included to allow you to try before you buy. If you've
downloaded any of the others in this series so far, however, you already know
what to expect.Scans of the ticket and both sides of the glasses envelope are also included.


New Order - SO36, Berlin, Germany - 27.05.1981 (DVD)






Excellent audience video.

Lineage: PT DVD > Sony Vegas Pro 10 > Womble Mpeg Video Wizard > DVDLab Pro 2.4


(44:26)

Setlist:
Ceremony -cuts in-
Dreams Never End
Truth
ICB
Senses
Procession
Denial
In A Lonely Place
Everything's Gone Green


Video: PAL 720x576 4:3
Audio: AC3 48000Hz 224 kb/s


Thanks to:
redclaw
hothcanada
Tom
Duncan
BONG

Depeche Mode - Something Else - 23.10.1981 (ProShot DVD)








Thanks to the original uploader on Dime.

Original Info File.

A pro-shot DVD recording of this seven track television performance which is often attributed to being from 1981-11-06 University, Liverpool, England, UK was actually recorded on this date. The confusion arises due to the fact that it was broadcast on November 6, 1981. Further backstory and information is provided thanks to the Facebook group Depeche Mode Classic Photos And Videos (https://www.facebook.com/groups/depechemodeclassicfansphotosandvideos/):

----

1981-10-23 - TV Recording, 'Something Else' . October 23rd 1981 .

Broadcast date: 6th November 1981

The video footage usually credited as live at Liverpool University on 6th November 1981, is actually footage shot for the TV show 'Something Else'. The mistake has come about because this is the date the show was broadcast.

I started investigating this after spotting Deb Danahay Mann and Jo Gahan in the audience. When I pointed it out to her, she said it wasn't her, and what's more, she wasn't at the Liverpool gig. I was confused, but hey, she should know, right?

Some time later, Deb had another look at the footage, and realised that it was in fact her in the audience, with Jo and Anne Swindell. Confused, she checked her diary, and she definitely was not in Liverpool on 6th November.

Remembering the 'Something Else' footage, I decided to look into this further. With the help of Deb's archive, these pictures came to light, detailing the schedule for the 'Something Else' show. It was recorded on 23rd October, edited on 24th October, and broadcast on 6th November. Another check in the diary revealed that Deb was indeed at the recording!

Some YouTube clips, correctly identify the performance from the TV show, but it has been missed that these are one and the same. The supposed 'Liverpool' footage is a timecoded, unedited copy, that even has two performances of 'Tora! Tora! Tora!' and 'Nodisco', further proof that this was not a gig. If you compare the footage, you'll see that it is fact the same performance. You will also see it credited as 'Something Else' on the 'Speak & Spell' remaster DVD.

----

Source: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.345797095564951&type=1
(you must be in the Facebook group to view the post, unfortunately)

Anyway, regarding the DVD, the quality is not too terrible. It's certainly watchable. The audio has a constant ringing noise throughout, but it's a fair bit clearer than the audio alone which I shared in my previous torrent. I do not know why the video resolution is so odd though.

Shared by ligushka on DIME December 16, 2014.
Check out the Depeche Mode Live Wiki: https://www.depechemode-live.com
https://www.depechemode-live.com/wiki/1981-10-23_Something_Else

Lineage: pre-broadcast VHS (probably high generation) -> unknown transfer -> DVD

Video specifications: MPEG-1/2 Video (mpgv) 352x288 25FPS
Audio specifications: 256kbps AC3 48kHz stereo

Track list:

01. Television Set
02. Photographic
03. New Life
04. Puppets
05. Just Can't Get Enough
06. Tora! Tora! Tora!
07. Nodisco
08. Tora! Tora! Tora!
09. Nodisco
Total time: 32:16

Line up:
Dave Gahan - lead vocals
Martin L. Gore - keyboards, backing vocals
Andrew Fletcher - keyboards, backing vocals
Vince Clarke - keyboards, backing vocals

All tracks performed were written by Vince Clarke, except for "Television Set" which was written by Jason Knott, and "Tora! Tora! Tora!" which was written by Martin L. Gore.

Laibach - Le Trabendo, Paris, France - 08.03.2014 (Flac)



Laibach have just been announced as the headliners of  this year's Entremuralhas Festival :) Thanks to Renaud for taping and sharing on Dime.

Original Info File:
      
source:        Aud
gen:            Master
taper:          Renaud (R.G.)


Sony MD MZ-NHF 800 + Church audio CA 14 + CA 9200 (+10db) > Sonicstage > WAV > AUDACITY (split tracks, fade in, fade out, volume boost) > TLH > FLAC (level 8) > DIME

Some hard shouts here and there due to drunky guys (in particular at the beginning of Tanz mit Laibach). Great show, shity audience.

01 Eurovision
02 Walk with Me
03 Americana
04 Eat Liver !
05 Bosanova
06 Koran
07 We Are Millions and Millions Are One
08 Whistleblowers
09 No History
10 Resistance Is Futile
11 intermezzo
12 Brat Moj
13 Ti, Ki Izzivaš
14 B Mashina
15 Under the Iron Sky
16 Leben-Tod
17 Warme Lederhaut (The Normal)
18 Ballad of a Thin Man (Bob Dylan)
19 See That My Grave Is Kept Clean (Blind Lemon Jefferson)  
20 crowd
21 Francia
22 Love on the Beat (Serge Gainsbourg)
23 Tanz mit Laibach
24 crowd
25 Across the Universe (The Beatles)
26 Das Spiel ist aus

Total Playtime:    121:45 min

Enjoy and, of course, do not sell

Renaud


Bang on a Can perform Brian Eno's "Music for Airports" - Holland Festival, Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam, The Netherlands - 08.06.1999 (Flac)



The complete radio broadcast. Thanks to the original uploader on Dime.

1) Brian Eno  - Music for Airports 1/1
2) Brian Eno  - Music for Airports 1/2
3) Brian Eno  - Music for Airports 2/1
4) Brian Eno  - Music for Airports 2/2
5) Brian Eno  - Everything Merges With The Night
6) Brian Eno  - Burning Airlines Give You So Much More.
 
Bang on a Can on "Music for Airports":

"When we first heard Music for Airports in the late seventies/early eighties it was like a door cracking open. This record-long piece was mesmerizing, dreamy, intense and meant to be played in or thought of as fitting into a specific environment. It was a redefinition of how we relate to music in our everyday lives. Brian Eno was exploring the question of where music could go. Could its home lie somewhere outside of the muzak of elevators and dentists' offices and outside of the concert hall as well? Could it exist somewhere in between? Eno was essentially defining Ambient music. Twenty years ago there were no Ambient departments in record stores. There were no New Age or techno sections, no chill rooms. Music for Airports kicked off a whole web of musics that hadn't existed previously. But the unique factor about Eno's work was that although it could and can exist in the background of everyday life it is music that carries a potency and integrity that goes far beyond the incidental. It's music that is carefully, beautifully, brilliantly constructed and its compositional techniques rival the most intricate of symphonies. What Eno didn't imagine was that his piece would be realized with live musicians. In his analog studio, methodically stringing out bits of tape and looping them over themselves, he hadn't anticipated that a new generation of musicians would take his music out of the studio and perform it on live instruments in a public forum. Over at Bang on a Can we have always searched for the redefinition of music, exploring the boundaries outside of what is expected. This recording represents a further step in this exploration. After 20 years where does this landmark piece fit into our ever expanding definition? The effect has only begun. The Music for Airports revolution is just beginning to unfold. The live realization of Music for Airports stays close to the source. To the core group of the Bang on a Can All-Stars we've added voices, brass, winds and pipa, filling out the orchestra of sound that emerged in our minds from Eno's original synthesized recording. We have had the great pleasure of sharing the project plans with Brian Eno along the way. We are indebted to him for giving us the experience of getting inside and out of this monumental work". - Michael Gordon, David Lang, Julia Wolfe  


RE-UPLOAD: Plasmatics - Prairie Capitol Convention Center, Springfield, IL, USA - 26.02.1983 (Flac)



Thanks to Nashwolverine for sharing this one on DIME.

Soundboard Recording - Lineage Unknown Coup D'Etat Tour - Support To Kiss 


Setlist (Incomplete):

Mistress Of Taboo
Stop
No Class
Path Of Glory
Put Your Love In Me
Fuck And Roll
Just Like On TV (cut)

Enjoy! 


The Horrors - Maida Vale Studio, London, UK - 22.04.2014 (Flac)



Thanks to the original uploder:

..::Tracklisting::..

00. Huw Stephens Intro & Interview 1
01. So Now You Know (Live at BBC Maida Vale 22/04/2014)
02. Interview 2
03. In And Out Of Sight (Live at BBC Maida Vale 22/04/2014)
04. Interview 3
05. Your Love (Live at BBC Maida Vale 22/04/2014)
06. Huw Stephens Outro


Magazine - The Roundhouse, London, UK - 22.10.2009 (MP3)



Thanks to Dave Sez for sending me this recording to share here.

Electric Proms 2009 @320 from a digital webcast.

The Roundhouse, London 22nd October 2009

1.Shot By Both Sides.
2.Rhythm Of Cruelty.
3.A Song From Under The Floorboards.
4.Thank You Fallettinme Be Mice Elf Agin.
5.Sweetheart Contract.
6.Feed The Enemy.
7.Give Me Everything.
8.The Book.
9.Twenty Years Ago - The Light Pours Out Of Me.
10.I Love You, You Big Dummy.

Later With Jools Holland 13th October 2009

11.Shot By Both Sides.
12.A Song From Under The Floorboards.
13.The Light Pours Out Of Me.

Howard Devoto - Vocals
Barry Adamson - Bass guitar
Dave Formula - Keyboards
John Doyle - Drums
Noko - Guitar
Rosalie Cunningham - Backing Vocals

Total Playing Time 57:55

File Size 132 MB

Thanks to royrocket at the late great rocketremnants.blogspot.com and to Pip at guitars101.com.


Youth Code - Demonstrational Cassette (Free Download)

 
 
This band supported Skinny Puppy on last year tour. This has been avaiable on bandcamp for free for a long time, but maybe some of you missed it.
 
These demo songs were written one week before our first show at Pehrspace on September 10th, 2012. They were recorded live in our bedroom with a few overdubs in November of 2012.
 
released 02 December 2012

All Songs Written and Recorded by Ryan William George and Sara Taylor.