The official blog of Pavlov's Dog's Dinner. Noise Music, Drone, Experimental Toss and Other Intermittent Waffle.
From High Peak, Derbyshire, UK.
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Analogue experimental noise recorded on a cheap 4-track recorder using a Korg ribbon synth, charity shop Yamaha children's synth, 5 stringed electric guitar, faulty distortion pedal and the customized Dictaphone loop feedback generator.
Contains all 17 tracks from "Mmm Naked Librarian", "At the BBC" and "RaQeT"
Very much like the above release though this contains a handful of tracks recorded, processed and edited using a Windows PC.
Contains all 14 tracks from "A Fine Collection of London Hats", "Life Unfolds Wherever You Are", "Everyone You See Will Be Righteous" and "Protest Songs Are Boring" (split with Duck Halt and The Happiness Patrol)
Bizarre, if visually dated, Hungarian tribute to classic science fiction soundtracked by the sounds of Tangerine Dream, The Human League, Tomita, Kraftwerk and other quality electro music I don't recognise,
One of my favourite Youtube channels is back, no doubt after riding out it's billionth copyright strike.
Ryan Wyer, aka epic1:40d Music, the (at the time) 12 year old Irish lad who gained more than a little fame after being commissioned by the Aphex Twin to direct the official video for his track ‘CIRKLON3 [ Колхозная mix ]’ has posted his reworking of the Beatles "Revolution #9"