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German Army
German Army

I remember I really liked a tape that German Army did for Clan Destine a few months ago, and they’ve also had releases on Night People and Monofonuspress among others so clearly this lot are worth paying attention to. On this album they’re peddling some weird glacia...view item »

Chevalier Avant Garde

I’m only going to write a very brief review of this record because it came out a year ago and we’ve just got some last copies that were knocking about, but I’m digging it so it’s worth mentioning. Chevalier Avant Garde are two European ex-pats living in Montreal, and they make a drifty kind of synthpop with glassy synths ...view item »

Technology and Truth

'Technology And Truth' is the follow up to Dharma's 'Flesh' tape which is described in the press release as 'radical', not sure if that's 'radical' in terms of it being a 'radical musical departure' or 'Damn! This tape is radical!'. Probably doesn't matter though cause 'Technology And Truth' is radical in both senses of the word. Dharma speciali...view item »

Grave Babies

Holy shit, clocking the artist and title and then the track names: Eating Babies, Drugs, Demons, Blood, Graves etc. I can tell this isn't gonna be child friendly. When the needle hits the grooves however it's not the extreme violent noise I was expecting, sure it's dark/ gothy with smatterings of dark electro and post-punk with zombie movie narr...view item »

Future Blondes
Vila'gok 1

Bom bom, bom bom.. Loving the clangy, minimalistic post-punky bassline on this 'un. And the guitars which have been chorused to the point of sounding like they're pure liquid. With the messy DIY cut and paste artwork and odd all-round atmosphere of the thing it's got more than a touch of the hynogogic about it but it's far more maungy and gothy ...view item »

Grave Babies
Gouge Your Eyes Out

The A-side here is a distorted drum machine led track with a sort of slow motion 80's noir/goth vibe. Totally in the dark zone until a heavenly synth makes an appearance, lifting the track up into realms of sublime beauty. Phil is reminded of some Xiu Xiu stuff whereas Brett draws similarities with 'The Cedar Room' by Doves. The flip is a short ...view item »