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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 »

Dan Sartain
Replacement Man / Indian Ink (Toerag versions)

Now on red vinyl 7" I have the new single from DAN SARTAIN. One man and his guitar singing rocking out in a rock-a-billy way with the a skiffle beat and Shadows style lead guitar. He's kept his format simple using his scratchy vocals as the pivot for this 1950's throwback style kickabout. ...view item »

South
Up Close & Personal

Now I have a the new single from Londoners SOUTH on Cooking Vinyl. It's got me in a bit of flap this record because some sections I really like then some sections I hate. Phil has just spouted that they did the sound track for one of my favourite films 'Sexy Beast' so they must have something. They're about supporting ...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 »

Jet
Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

Shine On was Jet's 2nd album and was much more an ode to the Beatles than their previous rock and roll effort. "Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is" re-visits their beginnings with a ball busting chorus, reeling solo and some rare falsetto vocals. The hot Australian rockers may not quite reach the heights of "Are You Gonna Be My Girl" but this is...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 »

The London Apartments
Logistics & Navigation EP

THE LONDON APARTMENTS have their debut single out on Beggars Banquet. It's on 12" and CD and it's called Logistics and Navigation. There's your information rush. It's a pleasing drifting affair instantly bringing a more shoegazey Mum to mind. Probably cos of the guy's breathy vocals. I've never heard anyone sound so ...view item »

The Howling Hex
Nightclub Version Of The Eternal

Effortless swagger buoyed with effortlessly amateurish guitar scrawl and rolling grooves. And when I say "effortless playing", I'm talking more about a banging about with childish relish than anything, well, rehearsed. The playing and changes flit with conventional song ideas throughout, but the trio tend to ignore anything resembling an editori...view item »

The Rogers Sisters
The Invisible Deck

On their 2002 debut, Purely Evil, Brooklyn's Rogers Sisters - Jennifer on guitar, Laura on drums, and Miyuki Furtado, who's neither a Rogers nor a "sister," on bass - offered an occasionally thrilling garage-fuzz take on the then-burgeoning spastic Gang of Four-mat. The Invisible Deck is more sonically diverse, and more enticing. You can dance t...view item »

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 »

Dani Siciliano
Slappers

Dani Siciliano's sophomore outing entitled "Slappers" is an amusing and creative concoction of blips, "everyday" sounds, synth riffs, unintelligle lyrics and siren harmonies that she and hubbie producer, Matthew Herbert are known for. This go round Dani ventures more into experimental territory especially on tracks like the opening "Slappers", "...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 »

Cerys Matthews
Never Said Goodbye

Now you wouldn't think I'd be a big fan of CERYS MATTHEWS probably? Well I'm not really but I've been utterly charmed by her new album. Never Said Goodbye is chocca full of big poppy folk twinged tunes with a massive Dave Fridman style drum sounds. At times it's quite commercial and mainstream and at others it's quite adventurous ...view item »

Tapes n Tapes
The Loon

Next I have the debut album on XL by Tapes n Tapes who "took the South by South West festival by storm".... apparently...!! Good on em...Listened to this yesterday in completion and I really liked it. Sort of rock but with an intelligent slant on the genre. He's got that Strokes style of singing where he knows what makes a cat...view item »

Del Wire
01

The first one is by Del Wire which is simply called 01 (on LP and CD). we heard this a week or 2 ago and were blown away. In fact everything on the label is superb. DEL WIRE make atmospheric electronica with hip hop beats. The thing that sets this apart from the plethora of other similar titles is that they seem to have a rea...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 »

Aberfeldy
Do Whatever Turns You On

on Rough Trade comes Aberfeldy  - its sounds rather like a homespun version of Scottish popsters The Trash Can Sinatra's. I'm pretty sure no children or animals were hurt in the making of this CD. It's like a fluffy pair of bed socks....view item »

Franz Ferdinand
You Could Have It So Much Better

OK so the Franz Ferdinand have a new album out. They already feel like the old boys of a scene which is about to fall really hard on it's edgey, spiky art rock arse. Mind you they've kind of left that art rock behind and replaced it with pure pop. This is pretty commercial folks..... though I suppose they always had that about them. So ...view item »

Peaches
Downtown

I still hold the opinion Peaches debut album was an absolute work of timeless genius. Her primal electro-slut-on-heat schtick empowered half of Europe & is possibly one of the dirtiest, sexiest records EVER made. Never mind the bollocks indeed. Her new single 'Downtown' unfortunately isn't really worth the plastic it's pressed on. U...view item »

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