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Irmin Schmidt And Kumo
Axolotl Eyes

'Axolotl Eyes' is more accessible than I had expected - in other words, it's not as weird as one might have thought it might be. Tracks here that prove this over-seventy (now) player can still put some worthy music out some forty plus years after he first began are "Kick On The Flood", the eight-minute title cut "Axolotl Eyes", "Etruriz Waltz" a...view item »

Sparkle In Grey
A Quiet Place

Sparkle in Grey: A Quiet Place (Disaster By Choice) I've been trying really hard to get a handle on. The nearest thing I can think of by way of comparison is the collaboration CD: Lume Lume, led by Alexander Balanescu. In much the same way, this set combines lots of different forms of instrumentation and approaches to sound and music to create a fr...view item »


Monika Barchen: Songs for Bruno, Knut And Tom

Various Artists: Monika Barchen Songs For Bruno Knut & Tom (Monika) A fifteen track compilation from Gudrun Gut's pop/electronica imprint that opens with a glacial, gamelan like, serial grid from To Rococo Rot's Robert Lippock. This well curated compilation, moves steadily through some highly melodic guitar led pop vocalisations with sy...view item »

Experimental Dental School
John Doe Loves Me

Although Deerhoof may be the torch bearers, Experimental Dental School are certainly one of the most distinguished bands to emerge from their scene. Hailing from Oakland CA, they've managed to create one exciting album here. An album that encourages repeated listens and manages to avoid predictability. It encapsula...view item »

Dz Vs Morcheeba
World Looking In (DZ Remix)

Absolutely sick tune, the intro takes a couple of goes to find a good way of cueing it to keep the bars matched but its really satisfying when u get it right. Wicked off key bass hits and solid drums. Get this tune!! ...view item »

The Most Serene Republic
Population

Don't you hate it when you get water stuck in your ears from having a bath or shower. This is the situation I find myself in this morning and could do with a plunger.. Best crank up the volume then. I just unpacked 'Population'. The latest long player from Canadian indie pop rockers The Most Serene Republic. For your hard earned you get an optimist...view item »

Sea Wolf
Get To The River EP

Alex Church, the lead singer and founder of Sea Wolf, was also a founding member of Irving. His songwriting skills are great, and this EP, Get to the River Before It Runs Too Low, showcases his ability to write beautiful and engaging songs perfectly. My personal favourite is "You're a Wolf", but every song he writes finds a way to burrow into my...view item »

My Federation
Don't Wanna Die

My Federation have a 7" out on Eye Industries which I can't really get a handle on.... It's like a synth version of Free or something. It's a decent catchy tune which is well strung together and the sentiment about not wanting to die is a good one. Let's face who wants to die? Maybe this will help suicidal folks and pull 'em from the other sid...view item »

Computerclub
Electrons &; Particles

Computerclub... Those were the days... lunchtimes at school spent playing role playing games on early BBC machines and programming in basic... So Computerclub are a band and they have a single out called 'Electrons & Particles' that might appeal to fans of The Editors. You know the score... euphoric polished gear. That's as much as I can muster...view item »

The Chapin Sisters
Lake Bottom

From the opening notes of "Let Me Go," sisters Abigail and Lily Chapin (along with half-sister Jessica Craven) set the tone for what is undoubtedly one of their most intriguing albums. Their melodies are perfect; and they should be, as all three are daughters of royalty: the two being the daughters of folk singer Tom Chapin (brother of Harry) an...view item »

Richard Swift
Richard Swift As Onassis

It's hard to take Richard Swift seriously at face value. He looks kinda like Jack Black and has a similar cheekiness in his music. Also like Black, once you hear how adept he is as a musician you're likely to be surprised. This one is on the raw side, relative to production value - this fact might throw a few listeners off, but when you get your...view item »

Adrian Crowley, Various
Frend Volume 1

We have a limited 10" with art booklet all the way from sunny Ireland. Frend Volume One essentially a showcase for some fine visual artists and singer songwriters that include Adrian Crowley, Goodtime John, MeNoFemBo ( Úna Mullally), and More Tiny Giants. The visual artists contributions come from. Lili Forberg, Aoife De Búr...view item »

Jason Collett
Here's To Being Here

Bunch of a great tracks on this one. "Roll on Oblivion", the first song, sets out the very pleasing tone of the album. Very simple but very good. "Sorry Lori", reminds me a lot of the very very early Wings, when it was basically McCartney and his wife. Again, a very pleasant song with a lovely simple melody. "Out of T...view item »

Ungdomskulen
Cry Baby

I hope the term "prog-metal" isn't TOO pretentious, but that's how I would define bands like The Mars Volta and Mastodon, and that's definitely where I would place Ungdomskulen. In fact, they remind me a lot of The Mars Volta, from the guitar picking and jazz influence, to lead ...view item »

The Count and Sinden Ft Kid Sister
Beeper CD2

i love this redsoul remix, beeper beeper!!! sound of 2008 ...view item »

DOF
Red Pine Pasture

Here's a quirky album by DOF called 'Red Pine Pasture'. His last album (Sun, Strength & Shield) was one of the finest examples of folktronica (I fucking hate that word but it does the job sometimes) that has graced my fat ears. On this new album you get a bunch of brand new tracks and a bunch of remixes. The new track see a change in direction ...view item »

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