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Dosh
Naoise EP

Now Dosh. That's more like it. Someone called Dosh who ain't just in it for the spondoolies. Goranywonga? No but I got a CD by Dosh. Bish bash bosh DOSH! Loadsamoney I 'ave. Well actually I'm skint as a very poor church mouse. My ferret's vet bill cost an arm & a leg geezer. Knoworramean??? Oh am I supposed to be...view item »

Yellotone
Tar File Junction

New from Yellotone. The search continues for the new Ulrich Schnauss. Nearly but no cigar. This is good indie stroke electronica. Great fluent beats, BOC style bass melodies and the thrashing of a ....what?.... a guitar. Its very chirpy this. I do feel I've heard this before...oh some it has been out before. Has it?  T...view item »

Fibla
Vs FBL Remixes

I have a soft spot for the Spanish label Spa.rk who have released some heart-warming 12" records over the past year or two. Here we have a Fibla remix 122 with mixes by Rec Overflow, Stendec, Ola Bergman, L'usinem, Braille, Eedl, Tape and Phluidbox. it runs from Prefuse 73 type grooves to Pole like...view item »

Bogger
Joana

I've just accused the gaffer of stocking this here 12" by Bogger because.....well! Wouldn't you with a title like that? Fair do's, it is from Germany & probably means Gravy or summat. 4 trax of strange techno shapes abound, Side 2 providing the real meat with stuttering mayhem & what sounds like locked grooves ...view item »

Liz Janes
Poison Snakes

Like all worthwhile music, the best tracks on Poison and Snakes deserve repeated listenings. I've had this for a while and I'm still impressed by tracks 6 (which is “Vine”, and it is explosive and great), 7, and 8. Track 8, “Desert”, which creates an amazing mood, I suppose is like a lost track from a gentler Kid A. Track 7, (my favourite) ...view item »

Dollhouse
The Rock And Soul Circus

Dollhouse's Rock and Soul Circus really gets right what so many rock bands get wrong these days. They are the 'real thing', and they by far outpace other (so-called) 'garage rock' bands, all of whom seem happy to temper their music with varying degrees of commercialism. Dollhouse, on the other hand, put together a manic display of rock steeped in j...view item »

Signer
The New Face of Smiling

This Signer album is not genre defying it is genre surpassing. Taking the precision and control that electronica has over music and infusing it with an indie-guitar sound that threatens to tear the controls loose, which it then does, then relinquishes. Its accessibility intrigues on first listen and with subsequent repeats you find yourself wanting...view item »

The Go Find
Miami

Yet more releases on Morr Music of Germany. This 'un is by a new signing known as The Go Find. Sounds quite a lot like The Postal Service to me and that sort of shenanigans. Pleasant enough stuff but awe inspiring doesn't come to mind..... File under electronic pop......view item »

Rob Sonic
Telicatessen

I listened to this CD because I recently got Sonic Sum's Sanity Annex and loved it. This album is a completely different flavour, but Rob Sonic's production skills have really grown on me with repeated listens. His beat lab style is pretty unique. It's equal parts Boom Bap and 80s tinged synthesiser heaven. The alb...view item »

Fountains Of Wayne
Hey Julie

The Fountains Of Wayne make American radio friendly college indie rock. They always have done and I guess they always will do. We got a new single in and it follows the above pattern. I don't really know what else to say about it. It's pretty commercial and if I'm to be honest I'd rather sever my hands off and typ...view item »

The Thrills
Whatever Happened To Corey Haim?

They're back! The Thrills!! Yes The Thrills are back. They're back alright and back they are with a new single on 3 formats. And if you're a fan you'll want all 3 formats as they all have exclusive tracks on. Summery 70's retro pop is what they do. The strings really remind me of ELO which is my book is a great thing but th...view item »

N Lannon
Chemical Friends

This is an incredible album that just gets better and better every time I listen to it! It ranges from heartbreaking to groovy to sort of spacey and atmospheric, moving through songs in a way that flows but also brings surprising twists and turns. He's a great songwriter with a voice that is intimate and humble. It’s a must-have for fans o...view item »

Har Mar Superstar
Dui

Everyone's favourite sex dwarf is back with a new single. Yep fresh from his appearance in the Starsky & Hutch film Har Mar Superstar is back with a new single Dui. Christ this sounds like Musical Youth. And I like Musical Youth as well. I heard Pass The Dutchie last week which brought back loads of memories. Them were ...view item »

Hell Is For Heroes
One Of Us

Why are Hell Is For Heroes releasing a CD single on a tiny label (Captains of Industry) when I thought they were on a big fat major bloodsucking bastard label? A 2 track single with a rough version of 'One Of Us' that doesn't sound too rough. Emo-ish Brit nu-indie-metal. You get the picture. Anthemic & heavy. Grinding along in...view item »

The Futureheads
The Futureheads

I know many may want to lump these guys into the current group of suspects of late 70's/80's post punk (Franz Ferdinand, Killers, Interpol, etc.) but I believe they stand apart. The influences I hear are XTC,The Jam, Gang of Four, Ramones, maybe a bit of the Psychedelic Furs. Though they have elements of these bands, they add thundering back beat d...view item »

Ludvig Elblaus
Furious Styles

Finally on New Speak out of Sweden we have a 6 track 12" by Ludvig Elblaus. This stuff would fit very nicely onto those Clicks and Cuts compilations. This is much less atmospheric than the previous two records concentrating mainly on wierd beats and samples but with a lop sided dub feel going on throughout. Furious Style...view item »

Ella Guru
The First Album

I have no time for bands who name themselves after songs and Ella Guru are no different. The name suggest some kind of alignment to Beefheart and er interesting challenging music but other than an out of place and slightly embarrassing guest spot from ex Magic Band member Jimmy Carl Black this album couldn'...view item »

Hearts Of Darknesses
Music For Drunk Driving

Sometimes it's hard to explain why you're drawn to a band, particularly when you can't even describe the music. I'm trying to answer the question, "What does Hearts of Darknesses sound like?", and I'm not sure I can use musical terms. The words that come to mind are explosive, destructive, raw, exposed. Frank Vincent Musarra doesn't adhere to any...view item »

I Am The World Trade Center
The Cover Up

I think The Cover Up is I Am The World Trade Center's best album, though that's not saying too much. This is mostly because it's their most accessible. It also contains way better songs than on their previous albums which were mostly pretty terrible. The songs are kind of a guilty pleasure and relatively cheesy, but there are many interesting aspec...view item »

Xela, Bauri, Pluxus, Various
Skane Revisited

First up is a compilation of electronica from New Speak Records of Sweden. It's pretty melodic stuff featuring tracks by Xela, Pluxus, Bauri and a whole load of folks I know nothing about. It's pleasant enough stuff but we've heard it before haven't we.......view item »

Dios
Dios

It seems every week I have to review another record by Dios. Here they are with their debut full length. This either sounds like/doesn't sound like Grandaddy depending on which Norman Records staff member you ask. It has that laid back West Coast thing going on  - a bit of Flaming Lips here and there.  Pleasant ...view item »

Disjunction Reunion
Modernism For Newborns

Disjunction Reunion. Mellow Paradinas-isms, great breaks, dark synth washes, twinkly water music touches & what we have is another CD that bears repeat listening for deffo. Has a track called "Arse/Face Uplink" which being the child I am, really appeals....view item »

The Cardigans
My Favourite Game

“My Favourite Game” from their 1998 album “Gran Turismo” was the song that sent The Cardigans stratospheric after their earlier success with “Lovefool”. It is a catchy song with a pretty cool riff (although I think I’ve heard it enough now, thanks), but its video probably played just as big a part in its...view item »

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