What Rock ‘n’ Roll Should Really Be

If the hipster crowd over at Pitchfork was really open to new music, then Sinux’ Supermotion (Musica Docil) would be their new jam. Distorted buzz rock, Supermotion is an arousing work that is everything that alternative rock really should be — it pushes through the rock genre and produces something new and inspiring. The Archive.org liner notes mention some well known bands that one could possible compare Supermotion to, and, yes, I can see that. But I would suggest to try and listen to this album with unencumbered ears.

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Artist: Sinux
Title: Supermotion
Netlabel: Musica Docil
Release Date: 4 August 2012
Download mp3: zip


An AoS Podcast: 10 August 2012

A podcast made on 10 August 2012 featuring the experimental music and field recordings  from the Creative Commons / netlabel scene of the last week.

Podcast: http://archive.org/details/aos003 or at Mixcloud.

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Below is a list of albums as they appear in the podcast.

Josh Varnedore’s Manataka (Absence of Wax)
Paul Wady’s The Terminal Beach (Linear Obsessional)
Ryan Jordan and Luke Moss’ Live from the Crystal World Salon (Open Sound Group)
Sinux’s Supermotion (Música Dócil)
eüa.3’s Hatemosphere (Earsheltering)
Diving Bell’s Diving Bell (h-a-z-e)
Cagey House’s Mostly I Like Everything (Bump Foot)
Nick Fells’ Other Islands (Never Come Ashore)
Giovanni Lami’s I Misteri (Impulsive Habitat)

The CC licensed photograph is by Pandiyan