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Yoko Ono

Warzone by 85 year-old Yoko Ono sees the avant-garde artist stripping back thirteen songs from her career between 1970-2009. The songs carried messages in their lyrics that seem all too relevant now. By stripping the instrumentation back, the lyrics come to the fore and her messages, sometime encouraging, sometimes cautious, are...view item »

Black Lips
This Sick Beat

Garage rock’s naughtiest boys have got together an all-star cast for this limited edition 10”. In just four tracks they feature Fat White Family’s  Saul Adamczewski, King Khan & The Shrines' own AA Khan, and Sean Lennon after a tip off by his mum who worked with ...view item »

Yoko Ono / Thurston Moore / Kim Gordon
Early In The Morning

Weird little release this one. You already know you want it even though you already know you probably won’t listen to it more than a couple of times. As you’re bound to already have guessed, this record contains a...view item »

Sean Lennon
Ava's Possessions - Music From The Film

A lovely and diverse soundtrack from Sean Lennon. His work for Ava’s Possessions is eerie and synth-heavy, paying homage to composers like John Carpenter, Ennio Morricone and, most significantly, Goblin. But Lennon brings his own unique sense of humour and...view item »

Yoko Ono & The Flaming Lips
Happy Xmas (War Is Over)

The Flaming Lips continue their merry series of collaborations by reprising their relationship with Yoko Ono, this time with a version of optimistic festive classic Happy Xmas (War Is Over). The B-side is stocked with their previous ...view item »

The Goastt
Goastt Stories

With a name like that, you almost can’t go wrong. Ghost of a Sable Tooth Tiger are back with a bangin 10” of garage rock. Their light-hearted and fickle psychedelic reputation will be reaffirmed on Goastt Stories, but I’m just in it for the tale of the sable tooth tigers - they’re my all tim...view item »

Yoko Ono & John Zorn

Yoko Ono, of performance art fame, meets up, as everyone does eventually, with John Zorn, of frantically-playing-a-saxophone-and-releasing-endless-records fame. This limited 10” record features music on only one side, the other containing a nice etching from Ono. Three minutes and twenty s...view item »

Antony & Yoko
I Love You Earth / I'm Going Away Smiling

Limited 10” released, featuring the combined talents of Antony (formerly known with The Johnsons) and Yoko Ono, two absolute stalwarts of New York creativity. Two Ono songs sensitively performed by Antony, duetting with the lady herself on ‘I Love Yo...view item »

The Goastt
Long Gone

Five track EP from Sean Lennon and his partner both in life and in music, Charlotte Kemp-Muhl as GOASTT or The Ghost Of A Saber Tooth Tiger. More fun psych rock, moving away from his father’s legacy and further into Sean’s own sphere of influences. The art of fine songwriting is on display here and it’s very ve...view item »

Yoko Ono / Thurston Moore / Kim Gordon

This is a dream line up for someone out there I’m sure? You know it‘s gonna be a difficult one to plough through though if nothing else. Yoko Ono has yet to make a listenable sounding record (that I’ve heard anyway!) and ...view item »

The Goastt
Midnight Sun

Midnight Sun is the newest kaleidoscopic offering from The Goastt (or The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger if you want to embarrass yourself a bit more in conversation). It is no surprise that this lot have been opening for Beck and The Flaming Lips, with all their shiny, c...view item »

Cibo Matto
Hotel Valentine

I thought these girls had split up! Apparently not, although this is their first album since the late '90s. You wouldn't know it to listen, though, with the Tokyo-via-New York duo picking up where they left off with their disarming hybrid pop which takes in everything from hip-hop, soul, Latin, jazz, dub, big beat, drum'n'bass...precisely the ki...view item »

Iggy Pop & Yoko Ono
Waiting For The D Train / Going Away Smiling

It’s nearly the end of the week, we’re so close to being past the post, and there’s a last-minute arrival being thrust into my hand. It’s Iggy Pop and Yoko Ono, a combination which will divide opinions to put it mildly. I’m listening and it’s actual...view item »

RZA & Yoko Ono
Greenfield Morning / Seed Of Joy / Life Is A Struggle

I always enjoy listening to a new Yoko Ono record. Mainly so I can keep up my record of never liking anything she produces. I’m sure she’s a lovely woman and all but her music makes me angrier than Brian stealing my crisps. It's something that I have no control over. I guess I should just probably not l...view item »

tUnE-YaRdS As Yoko

On this 10”, quirk-pop queen tUnE-YaRdS has her way with a couple of Yoko Ono originals, with a cover of ‘We’re All Water’ followed by a remix of ‘Warrior Woman’. The cover is a skeletal and poppy run through the song with cut-up vocal h...view item »

Sean Lennon
Alter Egos Soundtrack

Making no attempt to ape either of his parents' musical output, Sean has written and produced yet another masterpiece here. Like Sean's previous soundtrack, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Undead, it features his girlfriend Charlotte Kemp Muhl, his former girlfriend Yuka Honda, and many others. James McCartney plays guitar on the track "Conspir...view item »

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