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Tweet I dunno what happened over the last while there but I became a bit blog allergic (either of reading others or writing up my own). It seems to have passed though. I'm going to start mucking into this again over the next few evenings and posting up lots of nice MP3s. Starting with this molten missile of space-dance. MP3: Lindstrom-Grand Ideas Lindstrom always looked toward space for inspiration. On his new album 'Where I go, you go too', he stops looking toward space and goes M.I.A there. You can imagine his brain streaming out of his ears like comet vapour and evaporating into the depths of the Nordic sky never to be seen again. The album's title track is a gloriously self-indugent 28 minute science fiction voyage of the sort that hasn't been seen since Tangerine Dream's 'Rubycon'. Sure, just look at yer man Lindstrom on the album cover. All beardy, cosmic and flaxen-haired, like he was frozen in time in 1975 and thawed out last week. Or like a 1970s geography teacher who brings his hottest looking sixth year pupils back after class for a special 'grind' involving his shag rug, a bong and a spin of his favourite krautrock records. Finally, look out for Analogue Magazine Issue 5. It's coming soon!!