Ah yes, I wondered how the charges work. I guess it makes sense that they update in batches rather than continuously as that would be a lot of work. Cheers discogs expert!
@john eden - you have been good on discogs so far so can I ask a question? We sold a copy on discgos the other day so I thought that the record of sales and stuff (where it says "last sold" and "median price" and so on) would update automatically but it doesn't, why is that? I mean presumably discogs complie that information for most releases, it can't be down to the seller, or do I have to register the sale somewhere for that info to change?
My copy of Jaguar No Me's Misekake LP landed a little while ago. Full disclosure, I'd have bought it anyway cos Rich and Liza are friends and I make a point of supporting good endeavours by good people when I can.
Fuck me though - it's flat-out amazing. I waited til I got the vinyl before giving it a proper listen despite having the files because I'm weird like that - I suppose we all are a bit. Anyway, although it's had to take a back seat occasionally when I've had something to review, it's been a pretty much constant listen when work has allowed. Impossible to pigeon-hole, endlessly inventive and incredibly rewarding.
If you haven't given it a listen yet, I wholeheartedly urge you to do so. It's fucking brilliant.
Khruangbin continued to channel world music through a trident of psychedelia, soul and funk with Mordechai, quite possibly their most impressive album yet, while former Fat White Family bassist Taishi Nagasaka released an under-the-radar gem of startling psychedelic punk, Misekake, under the guise Jaguar No Me.
Neva hurts to have it up !Was carrying a pile of records yesterday and I walked past this cafe in Graca when this guy started shouting at me.... at first I ignored him cos I thought he might be having a go at me cos I had (accidentally yet still unforgivably) left my mask in the car and was sadly covering the few hundred metres I needed to travel with totally bare-faced cheek. However, it turned out to be good news, he ran out of the cafe and started asking if I had vinyls for sale and so I replied in the affirmative (I'm not one of those purist pedant types who gets incredibly worked up by the word "vinyls"), he followed up with "what kind of stuff?" and once I mentioned the word psychedelic the sale was mine. Girlfriend walked past the place that afternoon and he had already placed it lovingly on the wall, in the most important and honorable place right above his china dog. I wonder if he's listened to it.....
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