8/10 according to our ReviewBot3000 on 3rd October 2013Out of print for 35 years until Gnome Life decided to resurrect it, here’s the late, great Robbie Basho’s 1978 album ‘Visions of the Country’ mak…view full details.
10/10 according to our Brian on 28th November 2013Right. I was doing SOOOO well until I reached this. Immediately I loved it, the sleeve, the music...EVERYTHING. Now I have to BUY another record when I’VE TOO MANY ALREADY! I hate this job, it will be the death of me. …view full details.
8/10 according to our Clinton on 29th November 2013Well this has been pouring out this week. Premiere release on Newcastle (way-aye) label The Old Noise, this one has two sides of very different takes on swirling space jams. Glasgow’s …view full details.
9/10 according to our Brian on 6th December 2013What the fuck is he on about? When not doing his death rattle Merman gargle (which I think he personally finds endlessly amusing) MES's voice is on fine form here on their unofficial sequel to 1981's Slates. I say it's the new 'Slates' be…view full details.
9/10 according to our Ant on 9th August 2013I've been wildly curious about hearing this album after hearing Rashad Becker perform live at Islington Mill in Salford a few months ago. It was one of the strangest soundin…view full details.
8/10 according to our Phil on 25th March 2010Mr Woody Wood Shjiper has a new compilation out of hard to get singles called Vol 2 (yes there was a vol 1...). This features the the Sub Pop 7", a couple of European tour singles, a track from a Yeti mag, the Mexican Summer 12" plus the od…view full details.
Review this item for us? Best review each week wins a £10 voucher!October 2013 will see the reissue of 26-year old American composer Peter Broderick's 2008 debut album Float. Returning to his home in Oregon, where his musical journey began, Peter completes the circle with the release of Float 2013. Re…view full details.
Review this item for us? Best review each week wins a £10 voucher!Somewhere beyond nostalgia, beyond the garage, somewhere beyond the fireside song and supposed goo-rock, you will find the latest incarnation of Thee Oh Sees, now a quartett composed of John Dwyer (OCS, Coachwhips, Pink & Brown), Brigid Dawson…view full details.
Review this item for us? Best review each week wins a £10 voucher!Pproduced by Sonic Boom and Brian Jonestown Massacre's Anton Newcombe. Helsinki-based Black Lizard fuse hypnotic rock music with primitive psychedelia and 70's proto-punk. Their modern take on neo-psychedelic bands su…view full details.
9/10 according to our Phil on 12th October 2011Apparently Tim is at the top of his game and has been for years accordingly to the press release. Slightly confused by that sentence...I would say that he's made some excellent records over…view full details.
9/10 according to our Brian on 6th May 2011Surprising one this. I've heard of guitarist Ken Camden because I loved that kosmische-styled slab of vinyl that came in last year but now his complete Chicago-based brotherhood/collective have erm...Imploded onto the scene with this rather superb…view full details.
Review this item for us? Best review each week wins a £10 voucher!Daniel Higgs - vocals | Asa Osborne-guitar | Mitchell Feldstein-drums | Nathan Bell-bass * From their inception in 1988 until their hiatus in 2006, the Lungfish music band released 11 full-leng…view full details.
Review this item for us? Best review each week wins a £10 voucher!After re-launching Touchin' Bass with two killer EP's from Quinoline Yellow and Plaster, we are now celebrating 12 fine years by bringing you an 11 track compilation featuring tracks from some old friends of the label as well as introdu…view full details.
9/10 according to our Ian on 10th October 2013I have a lot of reasons to be proud of my home town of Nottingham and Tindersticks are definitely one of them, especially as we’ve never really had much in the way of musical heroes in the land of…view full details.
7/10 according to our Li'l Biz on 1st November 2013The MELVINS are busy lads. Eager to keep things interesting whilst maintaining their daft work ethic ‘Tres Cabrones’ sees Buzzo and Crover reunite with original drummer Mike Dillard under the guise of Melvins 1983. It’s…view full details.
10/10 according to our Brian on 13th September 2013Been quite enamoured of this guy for a while, although his albums seem to be a little on the scarce side so I sadly don't own anything by him. However, this one is shaping up to be one of my favourite minimal albums of …view full details.
7/10 according to our Clinton on 11th October 2013Virgins? I wonder what virgins have to do with this sonic soup? Hecker released an album a couple of years back called ‘Dropped Pianos’ - a phrase which kind of sums up the second track here, the spiralling-off-the-rails-…view full details.
9/10 according to our Phil on 29th January 2007The new Low …view full details.
9/10 according to our Mike on 4th July 2013Is it just me or is acid back with a vengeance lately? There’s been all sorts of ace comps, the new Ceephax is devastatingly good, Clan Destine have made a ve…view full details.
10/10 according to our Brian on 1st February 2013This Norwegian electronica super-kind has already amazed us with recent EPs 'Utrecht' and 'Questionmarks', the latter possibly still available from the label in America, the former sold out its two pressings on the amazing 030303 imprint in record…view full details.
8/10 according to our Clinton on 1st February 2013This is the first release on the label formed by former (it says here) Kaiser Chief Nick Hodgson. I wonder if he stomped out in disgust after their Olympic travesty? Hang on, he’s the drummer, didn&…view full details.
9/10 according to our Mike on 10th May 2013Here’s the latest instalment of Symbolic Interaction’s consistently marvellous ‘The Silence Was Warm’ series, with a host of great contemporary bliss-mongers lining up to offer exclusive passages of somnolent near…view full details.
Review this item for us? Best review each week wins a £10 voucher!The most exciting salsa orchestra in Puerto Rico right now! "Salsa bestial" presents a selection of tracks from two albums plus a new recording, making their music available worldwide for the first time "Salsa Bestial" is the internatio…view full details.
8/10 according to our Ian on 28th March 2013Another great compilation from the KPM Music Library series, here DJ Adrian Gibson and Strut’s Quinton Scott have gathered together a fantastic mix of funk, groove, and acid jazz from the archives.…view full details.
9/10 according to our Mike on 3rd May 2013Here’s an intriguing reissue, well timed to coincide with the deluxe new ‘Blade Runner’ pressing is a very limited repress of Vangelis’s debut ‘Sex Power’, origin…view full details.