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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 »

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 »

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 »

Ricky
We Are England

Ricky have a new single out. its somewhere between the Thrills and Dodgy. Summery guitar pop  with horns and harmonies. Oh it's all about football as well.. We are england indeed!...view item »

Jorgen Knudsen
Wealth

Another interesting one this week comes from one Jorgen Knudsen. This Norweien composer was one half of Information who had releases on Rune Grammofon. This album really has lots going on, acoustic bits, field recordings and found sounds from around the globe. The production quality is really outstanding, there are stran...view item »

J Xaverre
These Acid Stars

First up the long awaited album from J Xaverre also known as the little Kenickie feller all those years ago. This is pleasant lo-fi yet polished pop in the Brave Captain mould with a  tidy electronic/acoustic sound.  There's something about the opening track 'Saturday' that I like - it t...view item »

Republic Of Loose
This Is The Tomb Of The Juice

Republic Of Loose. Brand new CD which is a cross between Har Mar Superstar, Electric Six, Reef and Fun Lovin' Criminals. If that tickles your fancy then you know how to use the shopping cart...view item »

Howie Beck
Howie Beck

Howie Beck is a Canadian singer/songwriter and drummer, this eponymous album was his third and was released in 2005. It was the follow-up to 2002’s “Hollow” which is the album that got him noticed. He has an ear-friendly sound, similar to the likes of Ed Harcourt or ...view item »

Kathleen Baird
Lullaby For Strangers

Upon releasing Spires That in the Sunset Rise' third album This Is Fire, Secret Eye Records issued a solo album by Spires member Kathleen Baird that was originally recorded in 2000, with aid from fellow Spires member Taralie Peterson and Anne Fritz on one track each. All in all, even if it is ...view item »

The Upper Room
Other People's Problems

I heard the song "Black & White" on the radio and it caught my interest. Then I listened to the album...and what an album! The Upper Room makes brilliant pop music. They fly around in the area between Morrissey, Oasis, Coldplay and Travis - a little Echo and Bunnymen as well. If you like the single "Black & White" you'll love the rest of...view item »

The Fire Engines
Codex Teenage Premonition

Jesus. Domino are squandering all those $Franz$ (tm) on the scrapings from Fire Engines toilet bowl circa '81. Literally. It's an admiral job to attempt the re-master of some deteriorated demo & live material & perhaps a vital historical document to those scratchy, angular days but you used to pick up tapes of this ...view item »

Velma
La Pointe Farinet 2949m

We have a new CD in from lovely French label Monopsone by those Swiss folks Velma. I've heard a couple of Velma albums before and to me this sounds more accessible than the rest. This is really pleasing on my ears and it's a shame that the buzz band singles will outsell it 20 to 1 but such is the way with music. Musically i...view item »

Delta
Hardlight

Next up are Delta. If you look at the music papers you'll read reams and reams of how this is the unluckiest band in Britain and they should have been huge. There are some bands who stay unheard of through bad luck and those who are simply crap. Thankfully Delta are no worse than many bands who ...view item »

Adam Green
Nat King Cole

Adam Green has a new EP out called Nat King Cole which is nice of him. This is from his new album (I reckon it is though I haven't checked... it's only downstairs... but downstairs is a long way away when you're lazy). On this release he sounds like a cross between Nick Cave & Jim Morrison and it's reasonably entertaini...view item »

Sofalofa
Mellifluous

Next we have a CD album by Sofalofa entitled 'Mellifluous' on Bathysphere recordings. Another atmospheric electronica album with lovely organic plinking and plonkings.. Haha just seen the 3rd song is called 'plinky plonk' What a strange thing to happen and I thought I was being all original. I'll put on a track called rain and see...view item »

Wolfmother
Wolfmother

Some would go out on a bit of limb to argue that rock and roll music is dead, and has been that way for quite some time. But Andrew Stockdale, an afro-headed stoner from down under would argue the opposite point. Although it might not sound particularly unique, there is a lot to enjoy on "Wolfmother". If you like great riffs, memorable solos, th...view item »

Scummy Man
A Short Film Inspired by Arctic Monkeys etc

Tried to check this Scummy Man DVD out on our funky flap top but the wonders of modern technology hinderered me from deriving any sound out of the bugger so I can only say that it looks like a fairly sordid & unhappy tale of a 15 yr old prostitute & her most unpleasant client, the bearer of this grim slice of  film's title....view item »

New Radiant Storm King
The Steady Hand

I first came across New Radiant Storm King when I was lucky enough to be in Boston, Massachusetts in 1995. I bought a split 7” with Silver Jews on one side and New Radiant Storm King on the other, not knowing who the latter were. The song was “Rocket Scientist” – I thought it was fab and ...view item »

Jody Wildgoose
Afterlife

I landed the Jody Wildgoose album. They're one of those Sheffield bands that's seemingly got swept up in the Arctic Donkeys braying fit that's got oblivious A&R men ritually prolapsing in delight at the merest hint of a South Yorks tramp farting. Actually they're not bad really. Sort of lazy, ramshackle fuzzy 70's pop psych wi...view item »

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