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Man Man
Life Fantastic

This is one seriously cool album! The old adage of opening with one of your best songs signifying a poor album doesn't apply here. "Knuckle Down" is certainly the song of the album. However, the listing leads right into "Pirahnas Club," which is just as creative and fun yet a little more bouncy, then mellows with "Steak Knives" showing a differe...view item »

The Bigger Lovers
How I Learned To Stop Worrying

The Bigger Lovers were a short-lived power pop band from Philadelphia. “How I Learned To Stop Worrying” was their debut album from 2001. They released two albums after this before disbanding in 2005. This album does everything that you want a power pop album to do, really. In the vein of Velvet Crush...view item »

The Felice Brothers
Celebration, Florida

With Celebration, Florida, The Felice Brothers expand their songwriting talents to a sonic soundscape that is eerie, compelling, and ultimately beautiful. While you won't find country-tinged, cacophonous hell-raisers like "Whiskey in my Whiskey" or "Love Me Tenderly," the band of brothers and close friends have developed a sound that is entirely...view item »

Borngraber & Struver
Urlaub

Side A of this 12" is the epic sixteen and a half minute 'Reise' beginning with drones and a distant kick drum which then emerges to the fore and is the foundation for haunting keys and than big dramatic sweeping synthesizer swoop across the soundfield. A very nice gloomy and eerie ...view item »

Rubble
The Farewell Drugs

The full length album from Rubble is one that took seven years to make (the vinyl pressing plant was on hiatus). These guys sound like the scuzzy Texans that they are. They sound totally unhinged!!! They play a racket that is psychedelic rock to the extreme. There's none of that jangly sort of psychedelia here, though. Just very big men with...view item »

Crimea X
Otok EP

Secret Furry Hole release a new 3" CD by Crimea X in one of their nice foldy jobs and on this CD you get 5 tracks of mega synthy space action!  Retro synth kosmische time guys! The opener is about as cosmic as things get with it being all Oneohtrix-y and spacey sounding. It's pretty lush sounding!  The whole EP follows suit with it...view item »

Peter Case
The Case Files

The Case Files is culled from Peter Case's enduring solo career and makes a fine sampler of his unique brand of rock 'n roll Americana. This disparate collection also makes a decent intro for those who've never had the pleasure; raw and unrefined as it may be at times, the album runs the gamut from spartan folk portraits of middle America to pol...view item »

Robert Piotrowicz/ Carl Michael Von Hausswolff
Split

Two creative and sound arty musicians are paired together here on this split LP from Poland’s Bocian label. Robert Piotrowicz gives us some intense analog synth-work, with overlapping pulse and tone action that’ll blast you. Carl Michael Von Hausswolff goes with subtle, quieter noise works that are a...view item »

Diva
The Glitter End

If I was the bass player in Pocahaunted I'd be well pleased. Because unlike being the bass player in most bands (I.E. a quiet introverted sensitive kind or a walking penis with wanky hair) you actually get a record deal! JUST FOR BEING THE BASS PLAYER OUTTA POCA-blinking-HAUNTED!! OK, she's from L.A. and every fucker gets a deal in L.A. maaan......view item »

A lull
Confetti

After releasing their fantastic EP Ice Cream Bones, Chicago's A Lull were looking to master their unique sound with the release of Confetti. What has been accomplished through this album is a sound that reflects Sigur Rós with an urban dominant drum and bass feel. Confetti starts strong and ends very well. The scope of ev...view item »

Elika
Snuggle Bunnies

Well I was reading the press release for this and it goes on about synths, field recordings, sound installations etc and I was expecting a right load of "beard". What I did get was a total pop album, the vocals of which sound reminiscent of Madonna (especially the 'Ray of Light' era). Listening to it with headphones on though I'm hearing a lot m...view item »

Urge Overkill
Rock&Roll Submarine

Urge Overkill were responsible for one of the best records of the '90s with their album "Saturation" which contained classics such as "Sister Havana" and "Positive Bleeding". They also shot to unlikely fame with their cover of Neil Diamond's "Girl You'll Be A Woman Soon" which featured on the Pulp Fiction soundtrack. It would be fair to say that...view item »

Nodzzz
Innings

The type of record that could only be made by bespectacled Americans wearing checked shirts and blind if not for very thick horn rimmed glasses. Nodzzz find themselves on the end of the lineage that goes something like Jonathan Richman, Beat Happening, K records et al, Moldy Peaches. Its chirpy, strummy indie rock that manages to be very ec...view item »

Thisquietarmy
Vessels

Eric Quach records under a number of different monikers but he's possibly more famous for Thisquietarmy (now known as TQA for review purposes because my fingers are tired). His music tends to be quite varied as well (the big multi headed beast he is) as he treads from genre to genre like a tip-toeing Canadian doom pixie. This album is kinda doom...view item »

Kitty, Daisy & Lewis
Going Up In The Country

Kitty Daisy & Lewis are back with their wholesome brand of 50's rock n roll. 'Going Up The Country' is a delightful chunk of 50's rock 'n roll mixed with bluegrass which I wholeheartedly admit to liking. I can imagine this coming out on K years ago when Calvin Johnson was wetting his pants over this kind of gear. Complete fun time party ...view item »

Warm Brains
Old Volcanoes

Oh god I got a record by an ex-Testicle. That's not the moniker you really want is it? Maybe you should choose your band names more carefully chap. Warm Brains is marginally better, mind, & this isn't that Dave Haynes, the one with the spectacles & the London hair. But he is called Rory! They can't win these Icic-lads can they? I really ...view item »

Nick Kuepfer
Rural Route 7

Number 7 in the series is here and if you're not familiar, the previous releases have been by Damien Valles, Machinefabriek, Kyle Bobby Dunn, Gentlemen Losers and more folks! Lovely little things they are as well and they include download codes which is good for you mac loving types who struggle with 3" CD's. The series has largely been drone ba...view item »

Hoor Paar- Kraat
The Eureka Tapes

The cover on this thing is well early Nurse with Wound. I can't even work out what's going on there but there's half an axe, something in a suit and some books. The back of the sleeve features the something in a suit which has half melted. It's appealing to me but only cos I don't understand it and want to. This comprises three hard to find...view item »

North Sea Navigator
Among The Dead City

From what little info I can cobble together it seems as though this charmingly arigato-pak'd album was devised as a wee bit of a concept effort with a post-Soviet Eastern Bloc sort of feel, something which titles like 'Die Hunde', 'Gestalt', 'Honecker', 'Stasi' and 'Mielke' give a bit of a clue to I guess. Stylistically this seems to be split betwe...view item »

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