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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 »

Kid606
Pretty Girls Make Raves

Hmmmmn. About a 2 year ago, I'd probably be quite exited about a new Kid 606 album. These days I couldn't really give a fig. Think I'm all laptop gabberred out y'know. 'Pretty Girls Make raves' is the hilariously titled newie from Miguel wothisface & we're straight into techno-for-frightened-indie-kids territory. It sounds like So...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 »

Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band
Unconditionally Guaranteed

You don't get many Beefheart t-shirts on the market, and those you do see tend to stick to the obvious album covers and photos, so it's interesting to see a t-shirt based on a replica of the tour crew t-shirts on Beefheart's 1974 "tragic band" tour, where his Magic Band resigned the week before the tour and he had to take a bunch of session musi...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 »

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 »

Kid606
Who Still Kill Sound?

So It's up to Kid 606 to provide the hard funky stuff these days. With aplomb. He must have realised that the world was tired of his pretentious laptop arsing around (which had him on my spleen venting hitlist) & has undergone some kind of renaissance in the last year. I think it started with the superb "The Illness" 12&quo...view item »

The Like
What I say And What I Mean

Brand new single by The Like on CD and 7" picture disc thing which kind of sounds like a more indie female fronted Muse at times, lordy knows what's happening there.......it's better than I've made it sound........view item »

Various
We're For The Unknown, Unbought & Unbossed

' We're For The Unknown, Unbought & Unbossed' is a joint release with Glasvocht records and has tracks from Do, Mapstation, Dijf Sanders, Ved, Osso Bucco, The Cheese, Mnemosyne, Fractional etc. This is a really nice summer album and is making me wish I was outside and not stuck indoors with these two big sweaty oafs ;p...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 »

Hypo
Random Veneziano

Both fat Bazzer 'n' my quiet cohort UncleClint (tm) have expressed enthusiasm for the last CD by Hypo on Active Suspension. Now there's a new one (called "Random Veneziano") & I'm up to deliver a diatribe about how great it is. No, really. This is bonkers music made with a totally POP attitude. Joseph Nothing...view item »

Hypo
Karaoke A Capella

Active Suspension bring us a rather fantastic CD by Hypo which we've been loving big time loving time big over the last few weeks. Christ this is good.... Cut up electronica but unusually it focuses more on melody thus making a right good album. It's absolutely bonkers and reminds me of Josep...view item »

Beans
Only

On Only we have a largely instrumental collection of jams, featuring a bit of drum machine material, a few warbling synth tones, a lot of drumming and stand-up bass. The disappointing result is that what may sound like a futuristic fusion in writing sounds like ... well, fusion from the 70s, by and large. Most of this territory has been well cov...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 »

Andy Roberts
4 track Demos

Bands with tragic stories always seem more appealing to me. Who wants a set of gurning twats to hold close to your heart after another day of heartbreak when you can have Joy Division. Or Nirvana. Or Linus. Yes, that name stumbling from the mists of time like a small, nervous baby hare. "Where have I heard THAT name?&q...view item »

White Rose Movement
Alsation

Last time Brian reviewed the White Rose Movement I had to edit his review as I thought him putting Shite Rose Movement seemed a bit un necessary and possibly a little childish. I now thoroughly take it back and wish I'd left it in. They have a new single out on ltd 7" and CD and it sounds like everything else at the moment but worse...view item »

Drips
Drips

Well, this is a really great record, and if you like the first album from The Bronx you will not be disappointed (The Drips & The Bronx shares 2 members, the singer and the guitar player). The Drips have a very old school, sped up/stripped down sound, and with Matt Caughthran's howling vocals over the top, it'...view item »

Ralfe Band
Women of Japan

Next we have the new CD single on Skint records by The Ralfe Band called Women of Japan who aren't as pukey as their name suggests. However I do get sea sick and this is indeed a chugging sea shanty of a release. An atmospheric delight of haunting soft vocals/wierd lyrics. I'd put this on again if I owned it ...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 »

Department of Eagles
A Johnny Glaze Christmas

Next off the pile is a remix CD on Isota records of Department of Eagles called "A Johnny Glaze Christmas.... bla bla. ..to long to write .... The wind's still whistling and it fits again.. wind fits all. A great mix of guitar and interesting vocal lines and electronic drums. The original album is highly recommended so they...view item »

Adam Green
Jacket Full Of Danger

This album is widely recognised as the album where Adam Green "went Hollywood". Most of the tracks give-off a lounge music sort of vibe and the arrangements are warm and glittery for the most part, but rarely wreak of the cheapness that genre typically has associated with it. Like all of his CDs, it's lighthearted and shouldn't be overanalysed. ...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 »

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