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A Very Heavy Agenda Part 2: How We Learned To Stop Worrying and Love the New Neocons by Robbie Martin - out now
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"Completely mind-blowing documentary about neocon ideologues and their bipartisan destructive influence" - Max Blumenthal [Author of Goliath & The 51 Day War]
A Very Heavy Agenda 3: Maintaining the World Order - COMING SOON
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New RLR Releases:
Sote - Arrhythmia (digital ) 5/25/15
Listen to the full track 'Exciters' from Arrhythmia
Only Now - Only Now (digital/cassette) 6/5/15
Listen to the full track 'No Escape' from Only Now
Identity Theft - ? (digital/cassette) 7/15/15
Veil - ? (digital/cassette) 7/30/15
Fluorescent Grey - Chamber Music: Ambiente 4 ( digital/12") 8/05/15
Fluorescent Grey - Chamber Music: Ambiente 5 ( digital/12") 8/15/15
Fluorescent Grey - Chamber Music: Ambiente 6 ( digital/12") 8/30/15
Heorge Garrison - ? (digita/12") ?/?/15
Brian E - ? (digital/cassette) ?/?/15
Hear previews from all upcoming releases on the L'AUSTIN SPACE out of the UK
Fluorescent Grey - Ambiente 1, 2 and 3 will be released digitally (iTunes, Boomkat, Juno Records etc) in February!
Ambiente 1: The Harmoniums Reside In The Caverns Of Mercury - 2/1/15
Ambiente 2: The Uncanny Valley - 2/15/15
Ambiente 3: Ritual At The Super Volcano - 2/28/15
A new exclusive RecordLabelRecords two part mix (totaling three and a half hours) from Dalglish aka Chris Douglas has arrived. Digital release of the new Dalglish 12" 'Venoyn' will be released next week! All people who ordered the vinyl will recieve free of charge the digital delivery.
"I wanted to make a mix of non-electronic of songs that I have enjoyed and are dear to me. In a time when electronic music seems to be becoming some sort of startup with very nasty ties, I try to remind myself of this less exploited time of music. No bloated overrated egomaniacs. (Fuck these Enya tribute bands. Arpeggio reliant Moles. Are you kidding me?)
Well......at least lot of talent was there.
A time when people loved what they did and were tested to show their integrity with perseverance and skill--long gone those days.
It's mostly to remind myself that I still love music regardless of how much I am almost destroyed by the utter shit out there, rising more and more daily.No complex techniques, no wank worthiness, just plain and simple delivery.
Please enjoy like you're hanging out with your mates having a bevy."