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Cazals
To Cut A Long Story Short

Cazals: 'To Cut A Long Story Short' (Kitsune)Writing credits go to certain G. Kemp, so pop picksters, it's a Spandau Ballet cover version. No so much done in a New Romantic style-more in a Emo style (New Emo anybody?). The vocals are very angst ridden, that said I don't remember the original...maybe it could do with a bit of a disco twist...view item »

Ineedtodiscover
Mix And Match

Apparently 2007 has been the year of the synth in indie music.... I'm hoping in 2008 it stops cos indie and synths largely sounds shit in my book. Honestly... it really sounds rubbish. Here's Ineedtodiscover with 'Mix & Match' which is an energetic trawl through some fast paced indie rock... Only the rock has been replaced by a synth so it all ...view item »

Lapsed & Nonnon
The Death of Convenience

For his third full length album, Lapsed (Salt Lake City's Jason Stevens) pairs up with his long time live-collaborator Nonnon (Dave Madden). The Death Of Convenience is a lot more than yet another electronic hip hop album. Appropriately titled, it is a record in which nothing is convenient. Genre-less, it rewards those who are willing to abandon...view item »

Captain Phoenix
Loneliness

Its a mess - these boys don't know whether they're Fleetwood Mac, Cream or Jeff Buckley's poptastic nephew. God love it. ...view item »

Silje Nes
Ames Room

This CD has been highly addictive for me. I listen to a lot of music, but this stands out. The charm lies in a blend of adventurous experimentation with more catchy (yet subtle) elements of electronic music. Great experimental textures and layers of music are created here. At first I thought that the album dragged in a few places, but I think yo...view item »

Escalade
X's &; O's

The first release on Cuckundoo Records (not strictly true but according to the catalogue number) is by Escalade AKA Tokyo based artist Greg Sullivan. 'X's & O's' immediately reminds me of Hood. Phil reckons there's a bit of Pinback in there too. His vocal delivery especially makes me think of Chris Adams. It's a gently, breezy track with fairly...view item »

Roy's Iron DNA
Men In Wax Jackets

managed to grab a promo copy of this through a friend in the business.... fantastic... been waiting for these guys to release something for a while and it was worth the wait. Has depth and loads of singalong stick in your head type tunes.. Silent Majority is a cracking song! ! ...view item »

Dizzee Rascal
Flex

Lordy I'm tired today. I just can't seem to sleep at the mo. Fortunately I've got Dizzie Rascal on hand with his new single 'Flex' on XL Recordings available on 7"/12" and CD. All come with a variety of different tracks and mixes on I'm too tired to list. He looks so happy on the sleeve though. That's what makes this for me. Yeah the tune...view item »

My Way My Love
Acupuncture Man

Who'd have thought that having someone stick needles into you could be relaxing. That's incredible that is... Which leads me onto Acupuncture Man with their 'My Way My Love' 7" on Blowout. This is a right old noisy rock thrash up. Heavy, distorted, disjointed, slightly aggressive, jerky and bursting with energy. Plenty of feedback and the drum...view item »

Moving Units
Hexes For Exes

With a wonderful mix of 80s pop new wave and modern edge, Moving Units' post-punk edge is followed by some nice riffs and a fantastic lead singer whose vocals are highly palpable in today's music market. Anyone who is has some roots in 80s rock will enjoy this band. While to some it may sound derivative, it's far from it. This band does not try to ...view item »

Catweasels
Elderley Instruments EP

Onto Catweasels who have a 4 track 7" out on Longest Mile Records called 'Elderly Instruments' EP. 4 tracks of indie rock with some very slight hints of The Futureheads and Pulp in there. Sounds alright if you fancy a bit of that like....view item »

The Winston Giles Orchestra
Soundtracks For Sunrise (Play Up Music)

Nice bit of cheese this. if you're into lemon Jelly and that kind of thing you'll love this light hearted romp through cheesville....view item »

The Heavy
Great Vengeance & Furious Fire

I checked this out after listening to The Glorious Dead and The House That Dirt Built, so I was kind of working backwards chronologically. GV&FF doesn't quite have the same spark that the subsequent albums possess, but it's still a really solid album; there isn't a lemon in the batch, and if you enjoyed their other work then this is a must-h...view item »

Illinois
What The Hell Do I Know?

Illinois' 2nd EP release. You'd expect a band from Pennsylvania calling itself "Illinois" to be ironic. But even when they leaven their power pop and Britrock with Casio-styled synthesisers and the strum of a banjo, the result is more happy good-time than tongue-in-cheek clowning. There are modern production notes here that evoke bands like ...view item »

Bjorn Torske
Feil Knapp

Originally a part of Biopshere's live shows clear back in the early '90's, Torske seems to effortlessly blend styles and sounds on this release. It doesn't always make for a smooth listen, but the sheer entertainment level is high, as you never really know what he's going to throw out next. With ten tracks running ...view item »

Alter Ego
Why Not

All of the tracks begin with a similar template. Block rockin beats, fuzzy throbbing synths, woozy melodies, bits of dubstep, dancehall and techno, all wound up weirdly tangled electro / techno hybrids. Things get all wonky, in a very good way, some tracks get all epic and majestic, the synths swelling into huge grandiose melodies, others fall a...view item »

Two Gallants
Two Gallants

The Two Gallants third full-length CD continues to mine the percussive drums-guitar-and-voice country-punk of their earlier works, but with an expanded emphasis on dynamics and a step up from the lo-fi production of their debut. Adam Stephens continues to rough out pain and anguish with his vocals, with Tyson Vogel propels most of the tracks wit...view item »

Bass Clef
Zamyatin Tapes Vol 2

Bass Clef - Zamyatin Tapes Vol 2- 12" only- A side - a cross between MIA minus the vocals to start with, then becomes more bassy. Resonant of early hip hop, the repetitive beats are interspersed with trancy, chill out riffs - takes me back to the quiet / ...view item »

Georgie James
Places

The 12 tracks that make up Places are pure pop bliss that look towards the future but are undeniably rooted in music from generations past. Openers "Look Me Up" and the yummy "Cake Parade" are so good that they hook from the first listen. "More Lights" shows the interplay between the two vocalists that makes the band so great; the squeaky screec...view item »

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