Symphonies For A Modern Society

by Various Artists

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Accident 05:03
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Quincy St. 04:45
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Lethal Dose 03:33
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Good Enough 03:20
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Who Ru Ru 03:11
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Allez!!! 03:04
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Mean Love 04:14
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M&Ms 02:58
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Growing Up 03:32
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Weekly Independent Music Taster #55

Back again with the brilliant Symphonies For A Modern Society, an eclectic collection of underground artists from all around the world. The title of this week's compilation is a reference to the Wild Horse track, 'Sympathy For The Modern Society'. The band contribute the opening track, 'Don't Want You To Go', an emotive, anthemic glimpse of post-punk revival. A superbly fitting way to open proceedings.

We are very excited to welcome Jay Boss Rubin to our blossoming community. Jay contributes tracks from two of his projects, Big Duck and Los Chinches, the latter is a collaboration with the brilliant Harry Kimball. These two contributions are swinging Americana rock and roll. Highcoast also return with their German take on surf punk.

Elsewhere, Rayventuras deliver us some driving indie pop, Franc Cinelli gives us worldly folk adventures, and Don't Kill The Octopus explode out with high-volume garage rock and roll. There is then the cold wave of David Futur, the jazz-driven Americana of Lisa Michelle Anderson, and the rootsy rock and roll of Ted Hajnasiewicz.

We also have The Marble Tea's DIY indie rock, The Zonules Of Zinn's quirky alternative pop, and No Wake's orchestral rock. There is jangle rock from The Trouble Is, alternative shoegaze from Sonic Spills, and alternative R&B from Bridget Allan. One Friend give us some 21st century indie rock, Dogo Suicide deliver post-rock greatness, and Rowan Scourfield has the youthful rock and roll spirit. Mike Kowalski and Bad Amputee conclude proceedings with two exclusive tracks with a great DIY, independent approach.

Please download, listen loud, dig deeper with your discoveries, and support Aldora Britain Records and independent music. Enjoy!

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released November 6, 2020

This album is dedicated to Buddy Holly. Compiled by Tom Hilton for Aldora Britain Records. Artwork by Tom Hilton, taken in Liverpool on Ringo's childhood street, 2018. 'Don't Want You To Go' written by and used by permission of Wild Horse, taken from 'We Are In An Identity Crisis...But We Love It' (2020). 'What's Wrong With Ordinary' written by and used by permission of Gerard Handrick, taken from 'Sandpaper Honey' (2020). 'Maria On The Interstate' written by Big Duck, used by permission of Jay Boss Rubin, taken from 'Big Duck' (2017). 'Hotel In The Sky' written by Jay Boss Rubin/Harry Graf Kimball, used by permission of Jay Boss Rubin, taken from 'Troy Pork Store' (2015). 'Walk With Me Jimi' written by and used by permission of Franc Cinelli, taken from 'Night Songs' (2020). 'Accident' written by and used by permission of Don't Kill The Octopus, taken from 'Stick Together' (2020). 'Riding My 8 Foot Softboard 'Cause I Can't Surf As Good As I Pretend' written by Highcoast, used by permission of Florian Le, taken from 'Riding My 8 Foot Softboard 'Cause I Can't Surf As Good As I Pretend' (2020). 'See You Again' written by and used by permission of David Futur, taken from 'Futur Zero' (2020). 'Quincy St.' written by and used by permission of Lisa Michelle Anderson, taken from 'Quincy St.' (2020). 'Lethal Dose' written by and used by permission of Ted Hajnasiewicz, taken from 'Tony Wanted To Make A Record' (2020). 'Good Enough' written by and used by permission of KBJ, taken from 'Staying Home To Make Music To Stay Home To' (2020). 'Who Ru Ru' written by McPherson, used by permission of The Zonules Of Zinn, taken from 'Zinn... Love' (2008). 'Alez!!!' written by and used by permission of E. Nowak, taken from 'No Wake' (2012). 'Bumper Musick' written by and used by permission of The Trouble Is, taken from 'No Use Crying Over Dried Frog' (2020). 'Come Back Dream World' written by and used by permission of Sonic Spills, taken from 'Instant Vacation' (2020). 'Mean Love' written by and used by permission of Bridget Allan, taken from 'Mean Love' (2020). 'M&Ms' written by and used by permission of Peter D'Alema, taken from 'Through The Veil' (2018). 'Amour Faubourg' written by N. Cote, used by permission of Dogo Suicide, taken from 'Dogo Suicide' (2020). 'Growing Up' written by Rowan Scourfield, used by permission of Paul Scourfield, taken from 'The Beginning Of The End...' (2020). 'I've Outgrown You' written by and used by permission of Mike Kowalski, EXCLUSIVE (2020). 'Stick Herod (Demo)' written by and used by permission of Bad Amputee, EXCLUSIVE (2020).

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