Monthly Archives: October 2020

Cycles Per Second 10/07/20: Bandcamp, etc. Links

Fall is in full swing here at Cycles Per Second, and my show this week has the goods to prove it! Listen above, buy below…

PLAYLIST:

Dummy – Pool Dizzy
https://notdummy.bandcamp.com/album/ep2

Outer World – The Message is the Message
https://outerworldmusic.bandcamp.com/album/fixed-like-a-painting

Tapeworms – Dog Concern
https://howlinbananarecords.bandcamp.com/album/funtastic

Dreams of Empire – Space Invader
https://dreamsofempire.bandcamp.com/album/encapsulation

Flowers – Erik
https://flowersdomusic.bandcamp.com/album/erik

Sunset Stream – Yeni Bir Gün
https://mevzurecords.bandcamp.com/album/redd-ye-a-tribute-to-hedonistic-noise-mr071

Love, Burns. – Gate and the Ghost
https://soundcloud.com/kleineuntergrund/love-burns-gate-and-the-ghost

Spring Reverb – City Made for Me
https://springreverb.bandcamp.com/album/city-made-for-me

The Telephone Numbers – Leviathan
https://fruitsandflowers.bandcamp.com/album/leviathan

The Reds, Pinks & Purples – Your Parents Were Wrong About You
https://theredspinksandpurples.bandcamp.com/album/you-might-be-happy-someday-3

The Clientele – Orpheus Beach
https://theclientele.bandcamp.com/album/orpheus-beach

Misty Coast – In a Million Years
https://mistycoast.bandcamp.com/track/in-a-million-years

Sweater Curse – Best Interests
https://sweatercurse.bandcamp.com/album/push-pull

Double Grave – Whatever
https://ggrraavvee.bandcamp.com/album/goodbye-nowhere

Staffers – Pastor Carson
https://evernever-records.bandcamp.com/album/in-the-pigeon-hole

Neutrals – Personal Computing
https://neutrals.bandcamp.com/album/personal-computing

October Surprise

Who among us hasn’t been looking for a distraction from any of the many injustices and ills (literal and figurative) facing our world right now? Even in The Before Times, I’d count on my regular pilgrimages to rock clubs near and far to energize me when feeling low.

Given that outlet no longer exists—nor do I expect it to again anytime soon—I’ve been spending a lot more time in my office, surrounded by my records, zines and musical memorabilia collected over the past 30+ years. And I’ve been using some of that time to excavate, organize and digitize. Next step: share.

I’ve challenged myself to throw something from my archive out into the world and online every week this month. This week, it was the sole single by my old band, made available online for the first time. In the coming weeks? Well, here’s a little hint of what’s to come via something I tweeted back in May: