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    listen to something and write it up as you listen for me i need you to do it for me do for me now

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    Lee Gamble - Decode Parms UCK Dub

    Sounds like wasps inside an 8 bit computer game. Dub here means echoey. Which I take issue with. It’s now biffing along in a slightly glassy percussive way. This is on a comp and is the only thing I have heard by him. It’s a bit serious. Boffin music. Bit harsher now. Ends now. Just under 8 minutes well spent.
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    I know nothing of folk music. This is the sort of folk music my dad used to listen to in the car and I'd be wishing the car crashed or blasting DMX into my ears. Predictably enough, now that I'm older, I like this. I like the peacefulness, the slightly off-beat guitar, the collision of feminine high note with male low note. I even like that folky 'E-OH' they put on the end of words. It's NICE-E-OH. It takes me away to another place, probably a fishing village. My hands are covered in fish guts and sand but I can smell the sea air and I'm about to drink 15 pints of ale. I could almost cry.

    I should add that I've not listened to a single word of this. I never listen to lyrics anymore. Probably should.

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    Speaking of old timey shit that once I couldn't stand

    It's all so dainty, almost too quaint, but ultimately elegant and light and yet (probably because it's palpably OLD, and not unimportantly pre-WW2) filled with this deep melancholy

    'and the cares that hung around me through the week
    seem to vanish like a gambler's lucky streak'

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    Dub here means echoey. Which I take issue with.
    this is worth chasing up

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    It takes me away to another place, probably a fishing village. My hands are covered in fish guts and sand but I can smell the sea air and I'm about to drink 15 pints of ale.
    i liked this bit best

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