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KPM 1000 - Afro Rock

John Cameron (the man who scored seminal kitsch Biker-zombie 70's flick Psychomania) is responsible for this album of afro-rock derived library music. Sounds exciting to us as this talented studio svengali could turn his hand (and band) to any style seemingly. This LP is one of three curious KPM re-issues to arrive soon on the Tummy To...view item »

KPM 1000 - The Big Beat Vol 1

Funk-jazz fellows Keith Mansfield and Alan Hawkshaw usually have big grins on their faces in stock photos, and they're usually sitting by a piano. They sure know how to pack the big beat, as they show off on their compositions for 'The Big Beat Vol 1', which features lots of organs, lots of trumpets, and lots of riffage. ...view item »

New York Trouble / Electric Progression
Unreleased Recordings From The KPM Vaults

Here’s a treat for all you library music hounds - two newly-discovered collections of previously unreleased music from the KPM archives totalling 20 tracks of smooth incidental funk with great orchestral and synth sounds, conjuring various moods by way of bouncing rhythm section grooves,...view item »

KPM 1000 - The Big Beat Vol 2

KPM, those green sleeves that make a diggers heart beat faster and can make their wallet that much lighter. You come across these every now & then, often to flip the sleeve over to find its an okish orchestral mood LP. This is the KPM you are looking for. Beats, grooves and the odd delicious flavour of 'abroad' as i...view item »

Little Barrie

Big in Japan, Little Barrie investigate new sonic pastures on their new one on Tummy Touch. They are back with the same lineup as ever, once again mentored by their producer Edwyn Collins. Song-writer ‘Little’ Barrie Cadogan brings a “relaxed urgency” to the bands sound, ...view item »

Tom Vek
If I Had Changed My Mind

Clint here. First up Tom Vek with a new single on  on Tummy Touch. His last single sounded like Japan (you could just see Mick Karn slapping his fretless bass along to it) -  this one is more like the Rapture crossed with the Killers. I mean this in a good way. It does sound like all th...view item »

Tom Vek
We Have Sound

I recall nearly falling off my chair last year when this random 7" by Tom Vek landed in my review pile. 'If I Had Changed My Mind' was the perfect blend of wobbletastic, cranky Beck insanity & off kilter, foot stomping Fall-esque slurring I'd ever heard. So imagine a whole LP of this mans twisted vision. Well It's ...view item »