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Dusty Chalk

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  1. https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-29661446.amp Thank you, Scotland.
  2. Condolences, Craig. My Bobby doesn't have long, and I bemoan the day I lose him.
  3. Happy birthday! (party favour noise)
  4. Nando's Hamsteak -- aka "a cheeky Nando's".
  5. Nice! I figured if anyone here had been, you would've.
  6. Avishai Cohen -- jazzish guy, just got introduced to them, melikey
  7. Also, What We Do in the Shadows, season 3.
  8. I’ve been listening to a lot of “comfort music” lately, especially Casiopea. Today, listening to Fox Capture Plan’s new one, Nebula.
  9. Actually, I believe it's State Azure. Azure are great, too, but an entirely different genre -- modern prog. (Definitely not of the Ambient/IDM variety -- very hard.) You should check them out, you might dig 'em. Most recent album was released in June: https://azureish.bandcamp.com/
  10. Took a break from Nando's Salmon and Ashman House Mango Keylime glaze -- came out perfect
  11. Post-Mortem: No-one Dies in Skarnes Norwegian Morbid Comedy/Horror, only first episode so far, but very entertaining Haven't heard any black metal yet, but thematically, I probably should've guessed it was Norwegian
  12. Was listening to a songwriting workshop by Yvette Young; Now listening to Al Di Meola home live event. From one great guitarist to another. They both write incredibly beautiful music, but couldn't be more different. https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?v=608212820562278&ref=notif&notif_id=1631152733388028&notif_t=live_video I am reminded by both that I need to practice more. EDIT: Alas, the Al Di Meola was just the one song.
  13. Al Di Meola Plays Piazzolla Not an example: Just...superblime. I was in love with Al Di Meola playing Piazzolla before the album existed. (Libertango is from a different album, but I must've heard him play it live before this record came out, during the Cielo e Terra/Scenario era, which is when I first saw him play live.) It's hard to stay cranky when one is listening to music this beautiful.
  14. This was great, thanks for posting it! I'm listening to some ancient electronic music from the 70's with tasty tasty analog synthesizers -- Space Art Also listening to Portico Quartet's upcoming album, Monument -- RIYL post-rock. Look for it in November: https://porticoquartet.bandcamp.com/album/monument
  15. So...they got the middle half of your name right, neh?
  16. Your Wilderness bonus disk Listen to it, yourself, here. By the way, it's Bandcamp Friday, wherein Bandcamp waive all fees, and 100% proceeds go to the artists.
  17. There are other ways, though. I had someone who charged a phone with it, the credit card company contacted the phone company and tracked them down that way.
  18. Hope he goes to jail for that last bit. Sounds like he's stupider than a scammer. They should be able to trace it back to him, given that they know who he is.
  19. I wouldn't. And I love Pink Floyd, but it looks like it was recycled from one of those tribute albums from the 90's/2000's. I mean, Edgar Froese is dead. (RIP) They're just trying to milk blood from a stone. (...stone...stone...stone...stone...stone...) Here, listen to this instead, it's actually creative: I especially liked their versions of "Pigs (Three Different Ones)" (kinda made it a trip-hop version) and "Sheep" (won't spoiler it).
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