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The Pearly Gatecrashers
But Wait There's More...

Look closely at the Pearly Gatecrashers sleeve and you'll see a small girl holding a box of cereals with crispy bacon on it. My life is almost complete... now I just need to find someone who sells it. Though on the tiny pic we have on the site you won't see it which is a shame cos it's got an amazing collage sleeve thing. Anyway the PG's are from A...view item »

Diagram a
Human Tissue Press

New madness on Bill Nace's Open Moth records. This is truely fucked up sounding L.P, no word of a lie ladies and gents, it's mad bonkers yo! 'Human Tissue Press' is an L.P release by Diagram A. It's one of those really intense, squawking, wailing, sound mash-up of the like you hear more frequently nowadays but at one time we're an intense and rare ...view item »

Strike the Colours
Seven Roads

Why does every female singer under the age of 30 sound like either Joanna Newsom or one of the girls from Cocorosie? Ok not all of them but a lot of them. It's so affected, especially when done by people who are UK residents. Here comes another albeit not the worst or most obvious example I've heard. Its a CD by Strike the Colours who on first glan...view item »

Kid Harpoon
Once

Kid Harpoon is one of those folks we've been stocking since he started and I can't really tell you what his music sounds like. His name is enough to make me think I'm just not gonna like it. If it was Harpooned Kid then I'd have probably shown a bit more interest. I thought Young Turks was about cutting edge music? Bands like The XX, Gang Gang Danc...view item »

Wetdog
Enterprise Reversal

Another absolutely smashing album is by Wetdog who not only win funniest name of the week but floor me with some proper primal & authentic agit pop, lo-fi garage rock & brittle lady-led new wave ala Slits, The Raincoats & Delta 5. They've got the old classic sounds down-pat, rumbling bass, guitar varying between spiky clean minimal &...view item »

Thee Waxworks
Altamont

Phil gave me Thee Waxworks single to review, a two track CD that he thinks is my sorta thang. He's not wrong - the 1st tune 'Altamont' is something like a trashy old garage style Fall tribute that's escaped down the hill on the back of an out of control milkfloat with Gallon Drunk & David Cronenbourg's Wife chasing it in hot pursuit. Contains c...view item »

Astro
Fracture Composition

I was totally blown away today when I first Heard Astro’s ‘Fracture Composition’. Astro is Hiroshi Hasegawa who was a member of 90’s racket warriors C.C.C.C. Astro is a fitting name for this project that he’s been doing for the last 10 years. This man takes Japanoise/ power electronics to extreme levels that although are brutal and pulver...view item »

Various
Geometry

Andrea Parker's excellent Touchin' Bass label has a cracking compilation out that features, Bogger, the totally awesome and highly under-rated Ben Milstein, Bitstream, Doctor Evil, Wee DJ's, Jeff Pils, B0t23 and Alpha606 & Sync 24. Let's just say that if you're a fan of forward thinking underground electro then you probably know the score here,...view item »

Mumlers
Don't Throw Me Away

The Mumlers' music seems to float from a Victrola wedged into a dark corner of a mysterious antique shop. The group's second album stretches even further than their debut (Thickets & Snitches). The Mumlers' unusual influences and free-wheeling approach result in the sort of shape-shifting one would expect from a group named after a nineteent...view item »

Jamie T
Kings & Queens

I had heard "The Man's Machine" on the radio and instantly fell in love. It took a while for me to find the song, but when I did I sought out Kings & Queens right away. Like "The Man's Machine", I fell in love with this album... and all of Jamie T. I loved the album from the beats in "Sticks N' Stones" to the calming effect of "Jilly Armeen"...view item »

David Daniell & Douglas McCombs
Sycamore

I often seem to get Tortoise related things to review. I barely know anything about the band except for liking that record everyone likes. Anyway what I have here in my grubby little paws is an LP by David Daniell and Douglas McCombs called 'Sycamore' which also containsJohn Herndon from said band. It starts out with lovely guitar loops but is soon...view item »

Peter Broderick
4 Track Songs

Peter Broderick is a chap I've dabbled in here and there. At times I've failed to see the fuss and other times I think it's justified. In other words I walk along a shaky bridge called Peter. So here's his new 2LP on Type simply called 4 Track Songs (CD to follow in a few weeks). If the title doesn't immediately give it away then these are 4 track ...view item »

Gemma Ray
Light Out Zoltar

This music is almost impossible to categorise. On the surface, you'll find intelligent songwriting and highly diverse soundscapes. Below the surface you'll find dark lyrics painting pictures of worn emotions and far-away places. You get the psychedelic orchestrations of "Snuck a Peek" and minimalist psychedelia of "Dig Me a River" to the Field M...view item »

Girls
Album

I hear on good authority that there is a new band called Girls who aren't girls at all but boys!!!!!! Whatever next? I'm so confused. Anyway I'm told they are all the rage so I've been passed a copy of their new album to try to describe it to you. The first song is called 'Lust for Life' but - oh and this is incredible - it isn't the Iggy Pop song ...view item »

The Toy Band
Possibly

'Possibly' by The Toy Band is on Boy Scout Recordings is a whimsical bit of Englishness with plucked guitar and a cute little flute solo. The low-key 'slice of life' lyrics are bashful and unsure in quite a charming way with lyrics about eating chips and cheese and getting messages from his mum. Bless. It's short and sweet!...view item »

Monotonix
Where Were You When It Happened?

Well it took some Israelis from Tel Aviv to remind us what "American Rock n' Roll" is. Monotonix is loud, dirty, fuzzed out with guitars backed by sledgehammer drums and fronted by a mustached wielding wild man. This follow up to their Body Languag" EP is more of the same. Tis an epic mix of retro/classic 70s rock mixed with Cali-stoner metal that ...view item »

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