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Eyelids have been touring the world and elsewhere with a brand of jangly, hook laden college rock that will appeal to fans of the Byrds, R.E.M and XTC. Sounds good to us. Having got back home they went straight into the studio to record another batch of songs for public consumption and once again R.E.M grey hair Peter Buck was on board to help out.  
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Safety Copy

Jealous Butcher have previously released records by The Decemberists, but we’ll forgive them for that if they keep dropping stuff as a good as this. Møtrik are a krautrock four-piece from Portland who stick to the genre’s principles. Motorik grooves, harmonically ambiguous synths, curious snippets of vocal, not much else. Opener ‘Impossible/OK’ sounds like that War On Drugs song that got played to death a couple of years ago, except this time it’s good. Simple stuff done very well, seven times over - that’s Safety Copy.

The Geraldine Fibbers
Lost Somewhere Between the Earth and My Home

The Geraldine Fibbers debut album Lost Somewhere Between The Earth And My Home was originally released in 1995. Their sound mixes some beautiful alt. country leanings with a post-grunge snarl. Throw in frontwoman Carla Bozulich’s grave lyrics about drug use, prostitution, and abusive relationships then it becomes quite a powerful thing. The album was produced by Steve Fisk who has worked with Nirvana, Beat Happening and The Wedding Present. The album features four bonus tracks, including a guest appearance from Nels Cline now of Wilco on guitar.


John Moen and Chris Slusarenko have been pals for 20 years. Playing with the likes of Stephen Malkmus, Robert Pollard, Decemberists and  Elliott Smith, they only stepped out of the shadows to form Eyelids relatively recently despite a desire to write together for much longer. Or is the band’s second album and carries on where their debut left off, containing a mix of melodic, jangling sounds inspired by Big Star, XTC, the Paisley Underground scene of the early ‘80s and the legendary New Zealand indie label, Flying Nun. LP and CD on Jealous Butcher.
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