Ragas & Sagas V - series of musical incidentsby Le Chien Du Mal
Savage Republic, Dub Trio, Joensuu 1685, Laughing Clowns, Deerhunter and more.
This upload was 19th in the #punk chart and 49th in the #indie chart.
Ragas & Sagas - series of musical incidents (accidents) on a free (utopian) radio
Savage Republic/Dub Trio/Joensuu 1685/Laughing Clowns/Deerhunter/Ought/The Manhattan Love Suicides/Marc Ribot/Mutants/Butthole Surfers/We've Got A Fuzzbox And We're/The Wedding Present/Mackenzies/The Shrubs/Night Ark/100 Onces/Robert Belfour/Kamasi Washington/Hugh Masekela/Gnaoua 2007/Cocteau Twins/Jazz Against the Machine/Tinherir
Savage Republic – Procession/ Marshal Tito/ VitoDub Trio - Illegal DubJoensuu 1685 - (You Shine) Brighter Than LightLaughing Clowns - New Bully In The Town Deerhunter - Never StopsOught - Around AgainThe Manhattan Love Suicides – ClusterfuckMarc Ribot - The Wind Cries MaryMutants - Lesson In TimeButthole Surfers - Jingle Of A Dog's CollarWe've Got A Fuzzbox And We're - Console Me The Wedding Present - This Boy Can Wait Mackenzies - Big Jim The Shrubs - Bullfighter's BonesNight Ark - Baby Elephant100 Onces - Djimi HendrixRobert Belfour - Crazy WaysKamasi Washington - Final ThoughtHugh Masekela – LangutaGnaoua 2007 - Amara El Moussaouiyi Savage Republic - Tabula RasaCocteau Twins – violaineJazz Against the Machine - Roots Bloody RootsTinherir - Wedding Festivities
C86 is a cassette compilation released by the British music magazine NME in 1986, featuring new bands licensed from British independent record labels of the time. As a term, C86 quickly evolved into shorthand for a guitar-based musical genre characterized by jangling guitars and melodic power pop song structures, although other musical styles were represented on the tape. In its time, it became a pejorative term for its associations with so-called "shambling" (a John Peel-coined description celebrating the self-conscious primitive approach of some of the music) and underachievement. The C86 scene is now recognized as a pivotal moment for independent music in the UK, as was recognized in the subtitle of the compilation's 2006 CD issue: CD86: 48 Tracks from the Birth of Indie Pop. 2014 saw the original compilation reissued in a 3CD expanded edition from Cherry Red Records; the 2014 box-set came with an 11,500-word book of sleevenotes by one of the tape's original curators, former NME journalist Neil Taylor.- Wiki -