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Bugz In The Attic
Fabriclive 12

Hands down, this Bugz collection has to be one of the nicest mixes I've heard in a long time. When you put the chilled breakbeats, percussive rap, house, and funked up remixes together the flow is unbelievable. Some of the standout tracks are "Focus - Having your Fun", "Seiji ft. Lyric L - Loose Lips", and the re-edit of "N'dambi's - Call Me". T...view item »

Children's Hour
SOS JFK

More niceness from The Childrens Hour on Rough Trade. A lady singing, just guitar and a few assorted odds and ends. Very quiet..... Sos Jerk is CD only...view item »

Jetplane Landing
Calculate The Risk

Jetplane Landing return with a shouty , noisy CD single called 'Calculate The Risk'. I remember these guys sounding like Pavement but these days they're a lot tauter & rockier, like they've been listening to Fugazi or summat. Jolly fine stuff chaps!...view item »

Atlas
Standing On Shoulders

Atlas are on Radiate and everything on that label goes right quickly so be quick!! on 7" and CD it's pleasant indie fayre like the early Cardigans or something. Reminds me of The Sundays a little too (well the latter period anyway....). Very polished indeed and there's defo something there..... ...view item »

Tim Burgess
I Believe

Tim Burgess is the man from The Charlatans who is now an American. He's teamed up with Linus From Hollywood (made a couple of average power pop records a few years ago). This record soaks up the California west coast vibe even going as far as to employ pony tailed coke addled session  musicians....view item »

DJ Broken Window
Parallel Universe #2

Who loved that last DJ Brokenwindow  CD, 'Parallel Universe'? Well we have Volume 2 in now! A most intriguing collection of layered and mixed hip hop, funk, eighties electro/pop with splashes of jazz & easy listening & allsorts! It even explains how he did it all in the inlay! It looks a right pain in...view item »

The Electroluvs
Mk.1

A CD by The Electroluvs has arrived on my desk which appears, not surprisingly, to be electro inspired pop of varying quality (some not so hot, some ok) with some ropey vocals in places redeemed by the fine warblings of the 'la la la' variety from the lovely Kaye Brewster on 1 track. Some may remember her f...view item »

The Grim Northern Social
Urban Pressure

Grim Northern Social have a fair enough stadium indie tune out on One Little Indian this week called 'Urban Pressure' which sounds like a cross between prime time Pulp & The Verve or summat. No prizes for originality but it's a well crafted song with a bit of character. Awful na...view item »

Bitmap
Alpha Beta Gamma

Sometimes we're a bit slow at the towers. Yep we're honest as the day is long as well. A CD will come in and will sell like crazy yet it has slipped us by. A good example is the Bitmap which has been selling in droves. Its a guy from Salako and a collaborator of Fonda 500 apparently. I thought this...view item »

Mikrofisch
Gleichstrom Wechelstrom

Next on Keplar a funny CD by Mikrofisch. This is fairly impressive also but falls somewhere towards the Kanda bracket of girl boy tweeness and guitars mixed with electronics into an unfathomable pie. They do covers of that old timer Morrissey. I'm not a musical snob (are you sure? -Fats...view item »

Viza-Noir
No Record

First up Viza Noir. We have a full length and a CDEP by this group. They provide us with an excellent brand of post-hardcore, tight, angular catchy rock. Hints of Q and not U and Paper Chase but with the sleight of hand of an Interpol or a (insert post rock type band like Unwed Sailor or ...view item »

Ancient Greeks
The Song Is You

Ancient Greeks. Cue man with high voice singing jazz tinged opus's in the manner of Sea and Cake dilly dallying with Brit hopefuls Athlete. (Brian's comparison not mine). The Song Is You is on CD and LP...view item »

Various
Brutal Police Menace

Now for a load of NOISE! Firstly, I'll tell you about the Brooklyn Beats compilation, 'Brutal Police Menace' which is a project reacting to the more inhuman, renegade elements of the NYPD. Compelling, intriguing and quite possibly insane, this is breakcore & experimMENTAL electronics NY style. Includes Net...view item »

Fruit Bats
Mouthfuls

Fruit Bats released the gloriously melodic folk rock album “Mouthfuls” in 2003. Eric D. Johnson’s nasal voice is reminiscent of antipodean acts such as Tall Drawfs and Grant McLennan of The Go-Betweens. “Rainbo...view item »

Paradise Island
Lines Are Indefinitely Fine

Paradise Island is Jenny from Erase Errata. This is her side project,.'Lines Are Infinitely Fine' is her lp & it sounds like mesmerising lo-fi electro folk noise to me. It's really nice to see where a superb band like EE get a quarter of thier ideas from & I can see where the inspiration...view item »

Ash
Goldfinger

When I was teenager and britpop was riding high, 1977 by Ash was one of those must-have albums. It was full of classic hits, like Girl From Mars, Oh Yeah and Angel Interceptor. Goldfinger was the best though, full of teen angst and future hopes - a timeless classic that takes me back everytime I hear it. The song itself to me is abour being lock...view item »

Tahiti 80
Wallpaper For The Soul

I've always considered Tahiti 80 to be a kind soft power pop band. Brilliant songs like “Hey Joe” from their “Puzzle” LP certainly fit into that category. “Wallpaper For The Soul” is the follow-up to “Puzzle” and after the first couple of tracks I didn’t really...view item »

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