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Capitol K
Goatherder

Now a producer of some note (The Comet Is Coming, Ibibio Sound Machine), Kristian Craig Robinson returns to his original incarnation which through the nineties and noughties splurged out some pretty brilliant bold and inventive electronica. This latest album was inspired by a trip to his native Malta where he built a studio in a cave. ...view item »

John Johanna
I'll Be Ready When The Great Day Comes

Kristian from Capitol K has had a hand in this latest release from spiritual rocker John Johanna. Bringing together four previously cassette-only tracks with four exclusives, I’ll Be Ready When The Great Day Comes is psychedelic in the proper sense. Bringing together Eastern tonalities, drone, blu...view item »

Super Best Friends Club
Loveblows

A true indie record from Super Best Friends Club sees frontman Jonah Brody take a whole new approach into his vocal style. The whole band has seen a vast improvement to give a  much more mature style of musicianship that creates a psych and country mix entitled Loveblows. Available on vinyl LP from ‘Faith and...view item »

Capitol K
New York/ Playground

Capitol K returns from the XL doledrums with a new 12" on Faith and Industry. First of all it looks great. Its in a cloth sleeve and its numbered and highly limited. Unfortunately Its all ruined when you put the needle on the record. The A side is just terrible - a stodgy go nowhere ...view item »

Capitol K
Notes From Life On The Wire With A Wrecking Ball

It's been a long time since I've heard anything of Capitol K and he seems to have undergone a bit of a transformation in the meantime. Notes From A Life On The Wire With A Wrecking Ball kicks off like Damo Suzuki-era Can, particularly Future Days, spacey guitar pickings bubbling around a severely motorik base until trancey rave stabs come in out of...view item »

Capitol K
Go Go Go/Libertania

Capitol K is back. After the last poor effort he's making amends with his brand new single. 'Go Go Go/ Libertania' is a slab of quirky indie pop with violins and electronics. It's not a million miles away from the pop gem that was 'Pillow'. The vocals remind me a bit of Darren Hayman and they fit nicely over a chugging beat with some nice interesti...view item »