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Speaking of the Duds I was gonna release a split single with them and Querelle some time back but then gave up on the label after I realised just how fickle the record buying public is. ah the bitterness is still strong within. It's a shame really cos Querelle are quite fantastic and Sink & Stove have the honour of brin...view item »

Like it Or Leave it

Chikinki release a fantastic single on Sink & Stove. The best thing I've heard by them. It's like a catchy indie vocal line with a nice acoustic guitar thing over a mental disorted drum and bass drum beat. Mad as lorries and more mashed than a pan of potatoes that's been mashed by the mashin...view item »

You & The Atom Bomb

On the ever decent Sink and Stove records. A new single by You and the Atom Bomb. The music is the type of quirky complica-pop peddled by the likes of The Futureheads and Maximo Park. The vocals, though, are predominately female and so sit at the exact point half way between The Slits and Kenickie. The ...view item »

The Playwrights
English Self Storage

The Playwrights have been around a while & appear to be of that ilk of melodic, disciplined English groups with interesting off-kilter song arrangements, that kinda sneering dedication to producing tight, melodic alternative indie rock. On this album, 'English Self Storage', I can hear The Wolfhounds, Shudder To Think, possib...view item »

The Organ
Sinking Hearts

First up is a cracking  CD single by The Organ on Sink & Stove Records. The main track sounds exactly like a young and vibrant Blondie and the other track sounds somewhere between Broadcast and Blondie. The third track is a Simon Bookish remix. The whole thing is really rather good. I've ...view item »

The Playwrights
National Missing Person

More indieness from the Playwrights on Sink & Stove records. They got a new single out. To me it's somewhere between John Parish and possibly Sea & Cake. Am not sure to be truthful but I know it sounds good. Am surprised actually. Not heard much by this band before but I like his cos i...view item »

The Playwrights
Good Beneath the Radar

The Playwrights debut full length on Sink and Stove. This is kind of jaunty English pop in the style of Clearlake, Ooberman or XTC. Good Beneath The Radar is patchily impressive....view item »