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Clubfeet
Gold On Gold

I heard a remix of Edge of Extremes 2 years ago. I was impressed with the track recently and decided to look them up. I found that the album with the original track from 2010 is really a beautiful melodic sensitive album full of beautiful electro-pop and laid back almost quasi day disco tracks. They remind me of Poolside, Yeasayer, Capital citie...view item »

Quivers / Chora
Split

Choras side on this recorded it totally spooked. The line up here is Rob Lye, Ben Morris, Ben Nash and Karl Brummer. Cloning my eyes it's not difficult to imagine being on some shamanic ceremony or ritual. Although this is clearly freely improvised it feels very controlled with a clear vision, although what that is I'm unsure. 'I Met An Oak Tree...view item »

Minus The Bear
Omni

Another good album from Minus the Bear. It's more pop oriented than the previous efforts. The production is more polished, and the songs are more radio friendly than the earlier MTB albums. But the songs are still great, and that's what matters after all. I wouldn't by any means say the new album is a sellout, more that the album actually reache...view item »

Dylan Leblanc
Paupers Field

You can bracket Dylan LeBlanc with Jonathan Wilson in that he's a young guy who, in recent years, has recorded some authentic '70s singer/songwriter stuff. This has more of a country vibe than Jonathan Wilson's mystical Laurel Canyon-style weed-infused albums. "If Time Was For Wastin'" and "If The Creek Don'...view item »

Paul Collins
King of Power Pop!

Do not judge and album by its cover. Yes, the cover to this is little better than early '90s clip art but the music is much better. Paul Collins has quite a musical CV. He was in The Nerves, the band that did the original version of "Hanging On The Telephone". He was in The Breakaways, who were famous-ish for their song "Walking Out On Love" and...view item »

Voice Of The Seven Thunders
Voice Of The Seven Thunders

Voice of The Seven Woods have transformed into Voice of The Seven Thunders! From what I can tell it's Rick Tomlinson and Chris Walmsley who were originally in Vo7W with the addition of a new chap called Rory Gibson on bass. There's your facts... And they're more than likely wrong! Anyhoo after the Vo7T 7" a coupla weeks ago the CD of the self-...view item »

Philippe Petit
Off To Titan

This bad boy's subtitled 'A Rework of Gustav Mahler's Symhonic Poem' and that pretty much tells the story: Mahler's 'Titan' (aka 'Symphony No. 1') plays while Petit and chum Kumo sprinkle the classical 99 with their electronic hundreds and thousands. It's certainly a hugely respectful treatment with the original piece always audible and generall...view item »

Mountain Man
Made The Harbor

Mountain Man are an all-female three-piece who sing Appalachian-style folk songs. The singing on Mountain Man's debut, "Made The Harbour" is beautiful - three superb voices. The music is sparse and the harmonies are complex. There is a 'but' here for me though - I find most of the music a bit bland and samey. For my taste everything is in the ri...view item »

My Jerusalem
Gone For Good

Being an Afghan Whigs and Mark Lanegan fan and knowing the associations My Jerusalem has with these acts, I was excited about this debut. While two of my favourite tracks on the album come from a previously released EP ("Sweet Chariot", "Remember Everything") , the remaining p...view item »

Fuzzy Lights
Twin Feathers

"Twin Feathers" is the second album by Fuzzy Lights and was released in 2010. It's a kind of post-rock soundscape where violin is mostly used as the lead instrument. Most of the tracks build from slow, mournful pieces into crescendos of disturbed, screeching strings and clattering drums. Some tracks are instrumental and some have either a male o...view item »

The Departure
Lump In my Throat

So to lighten up I put on the new single by The Departure which is available on CD and 7". The cover is extremely new wave which it would have to be. Musically it's very new wave which it would have to be. Chameleons, Psychedelic Furs etc.... That's who this sounds like. I want to be nice about it but I'm very un inspired th...view item »

Depth Affect
Arche-Lymb

Breaking up the slew of indie stuff is one of those wonderful little releases that always serve us well. I.E. the forward thinking electronic hip hop album. There's been plenty to scoff about in the French music biz over the years (remember Les Thugs??) but their current hip hop scene sounds a hell of a lot more s...view item »

Bloc Party
Mercury

Bloc Party are back with a brand new single called Mercury. Its funny listening to this and then the new Cure single and you realise how similar the voices sound. I have no idea what on earth ' My Mercury is in Retrograde' means... we think he needs more oily fish. Anyway it's good to know he's recovered after his furious beating by Jon Lydon's evi...view item »

Sabi
Glued on Thin Memories

Right. Like the title first & foremost. Slightly poetic resonance it has. The music is pretty cool as well, as can be expected from this quiet, respectable electronica "backwater". So Sabi does modern "IDM" that ranges from a melodic abstract style to dreamy ambient textures, disorientating spangled interludes, Woozy Merck style electro-hop,...view item »

Judah Johnson
Judah Johnson

This self titled CD is really good tuneful indie rock that once again uses the Jeff Buckley school of vocal mayhem. Bit of Haven bit of Coldplay bit of Grandaddy. Covers all the indie rock bases....view item »

Robert Horton
Sleep, Wake, Hope And Then

Yet another release in on Music Fellowship this week is a CD from Robert Horton. 'Sleep, Wake, Hope And Then' sounds cool, a bit darker and noisier than the other stuff I've heard on this label. The press release says "Horton conjuring spirits with his homemade instruments, teasing objects with contact microphones, squeezing tones till they sp...view item »

Eskimo King / Afternoon Penis
Split

Afternoon Penis is Nate Nelson and Eskimo King is Brian Sullivan who collectively MOUTHUS!!!! The Afternoon Penis side is both weird yet strangely accessible with primitive drum machine beats and bizzaro accordian sound with the odd strange vocal muttering into the mix. Stick with it and things get all strange and mushily psychedelic. Eskimo Kin...view item »

Willy Mason
So Long

Willy Mason has a new single out on CD and etched 7" and it's a slab of bar room mid west country folk with a bit of college rock thrown in for good measure. Rather mainsteam we thought... Get your plaid shirt on, get pissed and bottle someone really hard in the face. Yee har.......view item »

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