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Matamore Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records

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Swiftly moving on to V.O. who have a CD out on the Belgium label Matamore Records. It's called Obstacles you know. I do like the tasteful sleeve 'n all but the last album with the person wearing the bulls head on is genius. Go here to look at what I'm on about. Funnily enough I was listening to this thinking Clint would...view item »

Soy Un Caballo
Les heures de raison

I always seem to land French records to review. I went to France once and was astounded by how cheap wine was to buy. I don't understand the language though as I did German at school... The first album from Soy Un Caballo has a cool sleeve with some dude with a horses head. The male and female vocals capture that sense of French romance. This is so...view item »

Sepia Hours
When we'll Cross These Days, These Seasons And Their Closes

Sepia Hours: "When we'll cross these days, these seasons and their closes", sounds like a bad translation into English of something that'd sound good in French or Flemish maybe. Recorded across various European locations and with sleeve artwork that overlays various maps to dizzying effect-like the confused entry into a psycho-geographic ...view item »


My CD of the Week is part of a bunch of CD's we got from the Matamore label out of Belgium. Its by V.O. and its called 'Pictures'. The first three songs are pretty darn stunning and mix together the sounds of Kings of Convenience, Brian Wilson, High Llama's and Gastr Del Sol into an intoxicating brew of dislocated...view item »

Half Asleep
Just Before We Learned To Swim

Another excellent CD on the same label comes from Half Asleep. This is  lady fronted slow-core stuff with nods to Nico, early Cowboy Junkies, This Mortal Coil. Really really quiet music with a bit of a European feel to it. If anyone out there liked that Mi and Lau CD from last week you may well li...view item »


The final CD on the label is by Raymondo. This one I guess is more traditional than the other CD's but certainly not lacking in quality. It fits nicely into the  Kings of Convenience brand of slightly upset yet  extremely vain young men. The slightly more worn and ragged appearance of Sophia springs to mind. Lots...view item »