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So Far, So German, So Autumn.



These are from a new mp3 release "So Far, So Good, So What?" by the volks at Keplar and hosted by the netlabel starvingbuthappy. The album is an excellent variety of styles, but tends towards the down-tempo/ambient side of things. Tigrics serves up a melancholy freak-out with "My Folk", and Pantasz taps out some field-recording techno à la The Books in "Tesla".

These are perfect tunes for that November walk where you realize that winter is coming and you're going to have to start wearing a toque and mittens and possibly even long underwear. Word.

tigrics - my folk.mp3
pantasz - tesla.mp3

(As usual, you can listen to last week's edition of Radio Free Polygon here.)