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Kazu
Adult Baby

Having made her name as the lead singer of indie-rock veterans Blonde Redhead, Adult Baby represents the first-ever solo album from Kazu Makino. Featuring contributions from some stellar names include Deerhoof’s Greg Saunier, Son Lux’s Ian Chang and none other than the legendary Ryuichi Sakamoto, the album is an opportunity for the star to reveal a new aspect of her personality. 
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Blonde Redhead
Masculin Feminin

Here’s an excellently in-depth archival release for Blonde Redhead, one of 90’s New York’s finest outfits. Masculin Feminin contains the band’s first two albums in full, plus all the surrounding extra material from the time (singles, radio sessions, demos etc.). Also, for a little perspective, two in-depth essays and lots of exclusive photographs. 2CD / 4LP sets on Numero Group.
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Blonde Redhead
Peel Sessions

Dream pop outfit Blonde Redhead grace John Peel with their lovely songs, which sound like shoegaze if it were getting the mud off on a welcome rug. The trio offer up just two cuts for this 7", the quite nice "Where Is John?" (named after, you know, the eponymous radio guy they were waiting for), and b-side "Missile". Nice!
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Blonde Redhead
Barragán

Blonde Redhead are one of those slow burning bands, getting slightly bigger, slightly slicker on each release. Their previous 'Penny Sparkle' was a little too slick for my tastes so it will be interesting to see where they go next.  They are to be admired  -  21 years and still going strong  - as their press blurb states -they're making music, simply, because they have to. This blurb suggests a more organic approach - melodies occasionally flirt with folk music; outdoor sounds, a suite of field recordings that they made in London’s Kew Gardens, are woven gently into the mix; a cursory listen to 'No More Honey', guitars swirl back into the mix showcasing their recently dormant Sonic Youth influences. Yes it sounds polished but its grittier than before and in fact there is the odd moment where the band lets down their guard and leaves imperfections in the finished track such as on the slinky “Cat On Tin Roof”.  Released on a limited Edition vinyl package with accompanying "Peel and Reveal" sticker insert.
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The Big Pink, Blonde Redhead, Various
Fragments From Work In Progress


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Blonde Redhead
In An Expression Of The Inexpressible

Blonde Redhead’s fourth studio LP here, courtesy of Touch & Go. Boy does In An Expression Of The Inexpressible sound 1998. This is no bad thing, of course - the late 90’s saw a lot of experimentation in alternative rock and produced some great genre cross-pollinations. On the album Blonde Redhead fold plenty of reggae, dub and hip-hop into their grungey-alt-rock sound. As a result In An Expression Of The Inexpressible has shades of Skunk Anansie, No Doubt, The Slits and Pavement to it.
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Blonde Redhead
Equus


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