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High Lucia
Wash

Post-driftstep's not dead! Here's a delicious mini-album of woozy basspop/trip-hop concoctions full of mumbly vocals, smudgy synths and slo-mo beats, tailor made for those who are getting restless waiting for something new from Clams Casino or Balam Acab. "Multi-directional ambi...view item »

Astral Social Club / Glockenspiel
Smash Crater #1/Assorted PCP

I just stuck the Astral Social Club side of this split 7" on at what I assume must have been the wrong speed and it sounded like V/VM remixing that Mr. Blobby record from years ago. One to fuck with people at parties and that. At its intended 33rpm 'Smash Crater #1' is yet another gem from the industro-psych-techno-stomper side of Neil Campbell's...view item »

Neg Fi
Mid Side

Neg Fi are a Brooklyn based duo who enjoy nothing more than composing short, intense and slightly odd recordings. Unlike the majority of free performance releases we get in the office, Neg Fi's music is short and to the point, utilising detuned guitars, bass, walkie-talkies and handmade devices to create a concise and minimal style of noise rock...view item »

Moulettes
Constellations

Its hard to know what to make of this. Its an extremely polished and well put together take on a kind of cabaret folk, with some sweeping grandiose statements amongst the busy arrangements. Its sorta Cardiacs meets the Smoke Faries with hints of The Chap...view item »

Garek Jon Druss
Music For The Celestial Din

Away from his doom metal band Atriarch, Garek Jon Druss here presents the music from an art installation, 'The Celestial Din', originally presented as a 32-minute loop which played through five paper and wood polyhedron-shaped speakers (as seen on the front cover), based around the frequencies 396HZ, 417HZ and 528H...view item »

Magic Wands
Warrior (The xx Remix)

Who are these? No Idea but there’s a The XX mix on the B side so there’s obviously a bit of clout behind them. The B side (which is the original track hence I’m doing it first) is a nice piece of rinky- dink synth pop somewhere between Ladytron and ...view item »

Honig
It's Not A Hummingbird, It's Your Father’s Ghost

Of course! What on earth made you think it was a hummingbird? After having played 300 concerts in two years this loose group of friends and musicians have tightened up into a rocking five piece line up to create a sophisticated and complex album. Not your normal singer-y songwriter-y effort by any stretch of the imagination. They are moving slow...view item »

Various
Marshall Teller presents... Broken Record Label Sampler Vol. 1

Here is a compilation of stuff from the Marshall Teller label. Some big-ish names are here including The Vaccines (remixed by The Horrors Tom Furse), Dignan Porch, Cheatahs and the great ...view item »

Cymbals Eat Guitars
LOSE

Okay indie poppers Cymbals Eat Guitars return this week with sophomore effort you've probably not been waiting for, but I expect you don't remember hating them either. They step out on the wrong foot sadly, instantly pummelling the listener with cinematic strings and weirdly compressed piano on...view item »

The Travelling Band
The Big Defreeze

Manchester, so much to answer for etc. The Travelling Band construct rootsy country folk rock stuff that will appeal to the more beardy-weirdy , foot-tapping thoughtful type who likes their music thoroughly authentic, retro and earnest. There's harmonies and tunes galore and no doubt some ballads too. The guitars have been commented on elsewhere...view item »

Scrase
Another

This EP is twinned with another 12", 'Heart', also released this week. That one focuses on Scrase's warm, ambient house side while 'Another' delves into more sinister percussive techno-ish territory, with three numbered percussion tracks, a couple of dark electronic loopscapes 'Another' and 'Movon', and ...view item »

Pollot
Pollot

A band from Turku, Finland and its ever-expanding scene of intriguing experimental rock acts, Pöllöt are now releasing their self-titled debut record. Their music often retains the lo-fi tag -- not as a trophy but as a tool -- fixing it on grooves that sound beautifully suppressed as a result of their production. The ban...view item »

Judson Claiborne
We Have Not Doors You Need Not Keys

Musician and yoga teacher Christopher Salveter and his friends, otherwise known as American band Judson Claiborne release their third album. It's based around the concept that people communicate more with body language than verbal language (hence the title). Lo-fi and Morphine-esque, with various guests including The Swell Season's Marketa Irglo...view item »

Blackberry Smoke
Leave A Scar Live in North Carolina

Blackberry Smoke are, against all odds, a band from the oughties. Their brand of super-charged Southern rock and country journeying suggests that Neil Young's "Southern Man" clearly passed them by; they probably still ring in radio stations to hear Lynyrd Skynyrd songs. The dudes in this band all have either a be...view item »

Oliver Coates
Another Fantasy

This is one of those strange and hypnotic experimental techno records that played at a low volume can be plain annoying but banged right up is a genuinely sublime trip. Built around a ripping, relentless ascending cello loop, 'Another Fantasy' is a radical re-fit built around Bryce Hackford's track of the same title . Pa...view item »

Bear Hands
Distraction

Bear Hands are from Brooklyn and have signed to Warner Brothers for this sparkling opus. Looks like they've got all the pop hooks out for this eclectic collection of genre hopping ranging from psychedelic to punk. Just listening to ‘Giants’ which I hated at first with its rapped verse but once it gets into an infe...view item »

The Peak Twins
Pump Me Up

New York DJs Lloydski (Night People/Tiki Disco/Dither Down) and Ter Khan Lawrence (Nurvous) join forces as The Peak Twins with this debut 12" on Dither Down. Two fresh cuts of bouncy rave-inspired (have you seen that video?) NY house full of repetitive sample snippets and crisp beats, plus an Ultracity re...view item »

Francisco Lopez
Untitled#281

This new CD from Francisco Lopez is likely to polarise opinions. Sound artist Francisco Lopez has constructed this single half-hour piece out of field recordings of birdsong which he recorded between 1995 and 2010 around Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Spain, South Africa, Costa Rica, Mexico and Peru, rendered mostly unrecognisable though "ext...view item »

Head Boggle
Serge Modular in Hi-Fi

Aside from his eponymous 2012 album, 'Serge Modular in Hifi' is Derek Gedalecia, aka Head Boggle's debut foray into the world of vinyl. San Francisco-based experimental weird merchant Gedalecia is well known for his subversive instrumentalism. Using a vintage serge modular synth system (the clue was in the title) this blends dub reggae mixing pr...view item »

White Hinterland
Baby

Baby is the third album by White Hinterland, aka Casey Dienel. Dienel has juxtaposed deep, dark songs with gospel and R&B, music she has always loved. Baby was recorded with the help of Dienel’s friends Sean Carey (Bon Iver), Neal Morgan (Bill Callahan, Joanna Newsom) and Cole Kam...view item »

Psychedelic Horseshit
Magic Flowers Droned

When bands with names like Psychedelic Horseshit come along I always find my curiosity gets the better of me. While it's on I thought I'd write a few words about it just so you know if it is indeed horseshat or not. Magic Flowers Droned is a CD and LP on the newly regenerated Siltbreeze label. It's a right ole lo fi shambling mess with it's heart i...view item »

Various
Fear Drop 17: Arctic Antiphon – 2014 - Imaginary Ice Soundscapes

CD Polar Twist (10 exclusive tracks by: Thomas Köner, Final (J.K. Broadrick), COH, Jana Winderen, Netherworld, Marc Namblard, Harpagès, Galati, Halspirit, Aidan Baker). Interviews : Thomas Köner, Jana Winderen, Alessandro Tedeschi Articles : Musiques d’évocation : T. Köner, K.Schulze, Troum / A....view item »

Felizol & The Boy
Like Cannibal Father Like Cannibal Son

Optimo Music veer away from their usual 12" roster with this full-length LP from Felizol & The Boy. A collection of recordings made over three years, the theme is cannibalism and the feel, unsurprisingly given that Yiannis Veslemes and Alexandros Voulgaris are film directors, is cinematic - with plenty of nods to Stanley Kubrick and Joh...view item »

Man At Arms
A Waste Of Time And Space

The sticker on the front of this CD says it's "recommended for fans of The Minutemen's 'Paranoid Time', Stephen Hawking's 'A Brief History of Time' and Space Ghost Coast to Coast"...that's a six-minute-long record, a book and a cartoon for stoners. The post-it left by a colleague gives more of a clue as to the...view item »

Theme
No Emotions Catered For

On No Emotions Catered For, Theme’s fifth album, the improv rock of the collaborative work and the rich atmospherics of before give way to something that, whilst still drawing from these realms, is more disposed to organic electronics, cut-ups, live instruments, loops and, once again, often equally cut-up vocals that play with words as muc...view item »

Sam De La rosa
Chameleon

Led Er Est singer Sam De La Rosa goes it alone for the first time this week on this mini-album for Burka For Everybody. Pretty cool it is too, glacial synth-led pop with wistful vocals and a robotically pacing feel to its icy grooves and foggy ambience. Some tracks, such as 'Erase Blanco', are instrumenta...view item »

Ultraista
Ultraista

Ultraίsta, the multimedia trio comprised of vocalist/artist Laura Bettinson and multi-instrumentalist/producers Nigel Godrich and Joey Waronker. Founded in London in 2011 on a mutual love of Afrobeat, electronic and dance music, visual art and tequila, Ultraísta has created 10 tracks of exquisitely crafted electronic kraut-pop fo...view item »

Heisenberg
Ripatti06

Frequent collaborators Sasu Ripatti, AKA Vladislav Delay, and Max Loderbauer become Heisenberg. Ripatti was intended as a label to release various unhinged studio experiments but these tracks are murkier, faster and, if I’m being cruel, much more fun than their recent solo work. It’s the kind of free-form techno only...view item »

Richard Ginns
Fall, Rise

A brief survey of this new Richard Ginns CD on Twice Removed. Seven tracks of twinkly, sleep-inducing ambience and field recordings. It kinda sounds like he's recorded this outdoors in an intentionally raw fashion as there appears to be the sensation of a breeze blowing through some trees or a particularly hissy tape track beneath the meandering...view item »

Various
8-bit Operators - Tribute To Depeche Mode: Enjoy The Science

8-Bit Operators : Tribute To Depeche Mode : "Enjoy The Science" The fourth in a highly acclaimed series of tribute albums by the world's leading names in the 'chiptune' and 'synth-punk' scene. With tributes to Kraftwerk, The Beatles and Devo already under their belts, 8-Bit Operators return with 15 new tracks honoring the timeless synth-pop of D...view item »

Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires
There Is A Bomb in Gilead

The musicians in LEE BAINS III & The GLORY FIRES sing with Southern accents, because they speak with Southern accents. They sing about places called Birmingham and Opelika, because they were born and raised in and around places called Birmingham and Opelika. They don’t wear Depression-era clothing, and they don’t sing about picki...view item »

Roman Ruins
Source of Pride

Here's the second album from New Orleans architect-cum-songwriter Graham Hill, aka Roman Ruins, not to be confused with Damon Hill's dad. 'Source of Pride' is full of thoughtful and languid pop music full of soft synths and liquid guitar chimes and breathy wistful staring-into-the-middle-distance vocals. Think ...view item »

Massive
Full Throttle

Massive are RAWK!!! with a capital R. Earache's latest RAWK!!! signing, following in the footsteps of Rival Sons, The Temperance Movement and Blackberry Smoke, these lot are "fist-swinging, riot-starting, girlfriend-stealing, punch-in-the-face" typ...view item »

The Eye of Time
Acoustic

Ready for the winter yet? Well the nights are starting to draw in so you’d better start getting prepared. This album could be a perfect one to huddle round the fire to. The premise is simple, it mainly consists of very pleasant rolling piano chords, joined at times by a weeping cello. It doesn’t approach the majesty of your ...view item »

Sten Sandell & Paal Nilssen-Love
Jacana

The best improvisors are the ones that seem to invent and uninvent their instruments right in front of your eyes and ears. Swedish pianist Sten Sandell and Norwegian drummer Paal Nilssen-Love are two musical champions with a long experience of doing exactly that. Jacana, the latest in Rune Grammofon’s occasional series of unusual duo combi...view item »

UltraMantis Black
UltraMantis Black

Meetings between music and professional wrestling haven't historically yielded credible results, hitting a nadir a couple of decades ago with the Wrestlemania song (link here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xv_hYvj_g3w ) but here's Chikara wrestler Ultram...view item »

Phoneys & The Freaks
Phoneys & The Freaks EP

There’s a school of thought that suggests that Oasis were never the same after Bonehead left. I’d trace it further back, perhaps to Tony Carroll’s departure. The press release proudly states that this is the only release by an Oasis member which coincides with the 20th Ann...view item »

The Fugitives
Everything Will Happen

Vancouver’s news and entertainment website Georgia Straight once described The Fugitives as “the missing link between Leonard Cohen and the Pogues”. Formed by the eclectically talented Brendan McLeod (a award winning novelist and former Canadian SLAM poetry champion) and Adrian Glynn (a critically acclaimed actor most recently ...view item »

Christian Rich
SS14

SS14 is the debut EP from Christian Rich AKA DJ and production duo and twin brothers Taiwo and Kehinde Hassan. Nigerian raised, Chicago born, LA-based Christian RIch recently contributed to #1 Billboard albums for Drake, J Cole and Childish Gambino, as well as producing 4 tracks for Earl Sweatshirt's #1 Rap Billboard album, 'Doris'. ...view item »

Devon Williams
Gilding The Lily

Former Osker vocalist Devon Williams has brought out album number three of his ambitious soft-pop business on Slumberland. It's a finely crafted blend of different types of music with -pop suffixes; power pop, indie pop, psych pop and jangle pop. Pretty much everything but punk-pop. Williams has a likeable voice and the songs are sometimes sli...view item »

Cold Name
Eat Your Hand

Cold Name is the solo alter-ego of Jesse Ruins' Nobuyuki Sakuma, and this week he's got an album out on the reliable Desire imprint. From the Cold Cave-ish artwork I was expecting a cold wavey type sound but this is actually a subtle and slowly-unfolding electronica album featur...view item »

Metrist
The People Without

3rd outing from this solid new techno label from London based artist 'PRIS'.The People Without can only be described as a body of work that seamlessly showcases the artists attention to detail and knowledge of sound design and texture. The People Without as a whole takes the listener on a journey that is at times eerily b...view item »

Savagen
Practically Educated

Darkfloor Sound presents their 4th release. Scottish duo Savagen mark their debut with their five track 'Practically Educated' EP.  Feedback: Surgeon (Downwards, Rinse FM, Tresor) "I really like the weird 'Wound Up Tight' track on there." AnD (Inner Surface Music, Electric Deluxe, Ann Aimee) "new...view item »

Budgie
The Budgie EP

Welsh hard rockers Budgie return this week with a new 12” EP...oh, hang on, I just put it on the record player and it’s definitely not THAT Budgie. To be honest myself and Clint just spent the last ten minutes trying to figure out what speed it plays at - it’s one of those records that sounds slightly too slow at 33 and slightl...view item »

Cocktails
Adult Life

Cocktails know growing up will kill you, eventually. But somewhere between the mundane strictures of a responsible American life in the 21st century, with its attendant student debt, meager 401 (k)s, and the macro brew-soaked recklessness of youth is a sweet spot. This is where the San Francisco quintet's debut LP Adult Life resides. Gone is the...view item »

The Chapman Family
Burn Your Town

I've seen a couple of interviews with these lads which have made me chuckle, sound like a canny bunch. Having read one of them being angry about almost everything, ever has made me want to like their music. It's going to be a bit of a struggle. It's angsty rock music that sounds like a cross between an early, angry Maximo Park and a furious Twil...view item »

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