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Dark Meat
Universal Indians

I give it a 3 1/2 rating. At first, I wasn't sure how to describe Dark Meat's music. But, I guess I'll have to settle for indie / neo-psych. The expanded edition of this CD has the initial eleven tracks + three bonus songs. Not as out-standing as it's follow-up 'Truce Opium' (see my review). Tunes here I got the most out of were "Freedom Ritual"...view item »

kuruucrew Vs Greenmilkfromtheplanetorange
Split

Dexateens
Teenager

Just got turned on to the Dexateens and this was the first full album I listened to. 8 tracks long but the damn thing doesn't stop to take a breath. Great first album (well recorded first) for any band. They sound loose, edgy and fun as all hell. There is no slow tempo songs on the album at all, just loud guitars driving drums and a billion bass...view item »

Octoberman
These Trails are Old & New

I mistakenly thought this next OCTOBERMAN CD 'These Trails Are Old And New' was by the same dude that has a DIY electronica label of the same name. Nope, It's actually some Canadian guy that creates an accomplished blend of acoustic, singer songwriter music occasionally accompanied with drum machine, mandolin, keys, sax and glockenspei...view item »

JD King & The Coachmen
American Mercury

Orphan Boy
Trophies Of Love

Now ORPHAN BOY are here with 'Trophies of Love' on Concrete recordings and we're continuing along the daft northern rock pub balls up route. Kinda can't be arsed to do any research on them.. maybe i should have a physiological break down...drink lots of lager and then they might just be the best band in the world. 7"/CDs...view item »

Darkel
At The End of The Sky

Now we have a new genre which I will name Powderpuff power pop by one half of AIR and his new project DARKEL. Camper than a boys scouts wet weekend. He certainly knows his way around the studio though and he's no stranger to putting in the hooks (and guide ropes). It's got a bit of George Harrison style guitar in too. 2n...view item »

Infantjoy
With

Another Various artists compilation type release then.... This is by INFANT JOY and is cleverly titled 'With' as it's an album of collaborations / revisions / versions and originals. I'm slightly running out of steam here with all these various artists things so I'll tell you what you need to know.... It features all yer favour...view item »

AC Acoustics
Understanding Music

This is one of the most beautiful albums ever released. 'She Kills For Kicks' makes me cry everytime I hear it 'Chinese Summer' has an unbelievable balance of sounds. Subtle lyrics and awesome soundscapes, I really don't understand why the band didn't make it to Radiohead heights as Paul Campion's understanding of music and how to make it is bre...view item »

They Shoot Horses Don't They
Boo Hoo

The circus atmosphere is thick and bright, but all the clatter and smoke never quite pulls itself into a cohesive album. It's fun, but it's only so-so as music. It kicks off with mysterious thumps and carnival music, then the music evens out into a slight but amusing melody, full of horns, bells and wacky wails from the background singers. They emb...view item »

Spider & The Webs
Frozen Roses

a 7"/CD by SPIDER & THE WEBS then....On K. nice old skool lo-fi indie pop with female vocals & a bit of DIY soul. 'Frozen Roses' has some charming post Darling Buds-in-a-blender harmonies married with a stuck-in-Oscar-the-Grouch's-bin fuzzy mangled tape production & a guy called Bongos Randy playing ...view item »

Grabba Grabba Tape
Kurt Kobaya Y G.R.O.X.

I hate it when you miss a gig and friends attend only to whitter that it was "possibly one of the best gigs I've ever been to...." etc on your return. I should know. I try do it myself all the time. Hahahaha. Loony Devo inspired Spaniards GRABBA GRABBA TAPE set Phil & Ant's world alight with their D...view item »

Various
Buddyhead Suicide

This isn't the easiest thing to blast at a children's birthday party, but if you're hanging around with people that appreciate all types of "rock" music, this works great. Intense, savage rough bands like The Icarus Line and Your Enemies Friends. Not the cleanest or most friendly music, but you can tell that...view item »

The M's
The M's

Melodious vocals by three capable singers, distorted guitars and sometimes trivial lyrics partly describe the retro sound of The M's (Josh Chicoine, Joey King, Steve Versaw and Robert Hicks), but only partly. This is a band that is as capable churning out easy-on-the-ears '60s pop as it is doing hazy ballads, slinky guitar licks next to heavy ri...view item »

Akira The Don
Clones

Clones is a 7" and CD single in by Akira The Don that has a Radioactive Man mix and the coolest pink alien thang on the sleeve. Zane Lowe likes these and other records...........view item »

Japanese Torture Comedy Hour
Voltage Monster

Two Ton Boa
Parasiticide

Sherry Fraser's innovative twin-bass compositions recall Girls Against Boys and (not surprisingly, since John Congleton produced "Parasiticide") The Paper Chase -- dynamic and richly cathartic. Fraser throws in some ingredients entirely her own, as a talented multi-instrumentalist and possessor of a wide and versatile vocal range. Parts of "Para...view item »

Dr Who Dat
Beat Journey

Not had too much Lex stuff recently but now a CD album's landed by DR WHO DAT & I dunno what to say but its jazzy hip hop vibe & clean cut swirling psychedelic summer cocktail lounge vibe is making me wanna do a load of crack in like a big fat gangsta. There's a real cruising in my red hot convertible down country lanes...view item »

Dustins Bar Mitzvah
Kick Him Out

Keith Urban has just come up in conversation.... Now there's a name. Fancy having Urban as your surname. Makes everything else seem shit now doesn't it. You'll be rushing off to deed poll to get your name changed. DUSTIN'S BAR MITZVAH have a new 7" out called Kick Him Out on Hungry Kid Records. Punky indie pop which is abo...view item »

Inca Ore & Lemon Bear Orchestra
The Birds In The Brushes

Zulu & DJ C
Animal Attraction

Dinky 7" in on Community Library from ZULU & the usually trying-too-hard DJ C. On this spacious dub ragga plate, we're treated to a zinging, morphing slice of subtle dancefloor action with bouncy, fluid MCing that honestly makes me wanna wave my hands in the air & go "eeey-oooh" rather excitedly. I t...view item »

Felipe & Forte
Eke Out

Ralph Myerz & The JackHerren Band
Bergen

Various
Electricity is Your Friend

I just love it when we get mental compilations in. You know, no big names on, just eclectic music made by mad, bad deranged weirdos. On 'Electricity Is Your Friend' there's lo-fi twisted rifferama with psychotic gibbering from Dragon or Emperor (Buttholes meets Jesus Lizard), DisinVectant revises some mood music ...view item »

The $hit
Lock Up Your Ghettoblasters

And onto The $hit on Shit Music. Unarguably label name of the week in my book.  So we have a CD in by The $hit called Lock Up Your Ghettoblasters. I think there's some irony in all of this somewhere....... possibly a bit like Michael J Cox if you've ever heard him before??? This is pretty crazy knocking up s...view item »

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