The Sentinel

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The Black Dog – Further Harm

Post-Techno melancholia here from The Black Dog’s wonderful 1995 album ‘Spanners’. There’s humour in this track with some slapstick twanging sounds, but that still doesn’t take away from the aching beauty of it. A soundtrack to London (where the band hail from), a city where you can be surrounded by crowds of people yet still feel like you’re the only person there. Wonderful stuff!

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