14:12 - Apothecary Got the new Virus for promo review, and uh... this thing is fucking awesome. This band can really do no wrong when it comes to making music that's weird as fuck but still somehow some of the catchiest shit you've ever heard
12:24 - qlacs [link] - the best ever Rainbow cover band, so glad I found this.
12:08 - K|ng you don't need CD, you can have a DAC between your PC and Amp, and use .flac files.
11:18 - Paz I own the Microlabs Solo 7c and I'm satisfied.
11:13 - God Buster 鬼 If you're a tasteful listeners and having a good Hifi system at home you need a CD; if you're a casual listeners, listening with cheap MP3 player then downloads and digital are cool enough for their standards
11:09 - Paz R.I.P. [link] Here, I agree with ya buddy :thumb up:
11:09 - God Buster 鬼 Polish music artists are generally more poetic and artistic than others due to the historical reasons of the country.
Canadian drone metal duo Nadja have released a new track, titled "One Sense Alone", for streaming on their Bandcamp page. The track is from their upcoming album Dagdrøm, to be released on October 30th, and features live drums from Mac McNeilly of The Jesus Lizard. Listen to the track here. Dagdrøm will be out via Broken Spine Productions on CD and LP and with a special 2CD version available in Japan only from Daymare Records.
The frequency of newly released material is what they have in common...and tbh i really dont hear that much real difference between "ambient drone" by Nadja and "psychadelic atmospheric black metal" by Njiqahhda...