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Xeno & Oaklander
Sentinelle

There was some humorous words uttered about the Xeno & Oaklander album that made me giggle inside a bit. A South Park episode where the kids laugh at some people dancing to some lame "Goth Electro" was also mentioned. I don't give a fuck, I've unfortunately found myself present at numerous goth clubs over the years (this IS Leeds!!) a...view item »

Xeno & Oaklander
Vigils

Hey, nice Parthenon. I was just saying that I never know what to say about this sort of stuff. It's not that I don't like it or anything but there only seems so many ways of saying that it's early 80s-sounding, cold wavey, minimal synthy, goth pop. I honestly don't think they could do any more of an authentic job on it if they tried.. Even down ...view item »

Martial Canterel
You Today

Martial Canterel is the male half of Xeno & Oaklander. Brett has been trying to make sense of their new album today, despairing at the lack of fresh adjectives to describe Cold Wave Electro music. Like X&O, this chappie deploys some wonderful sounding analogue keyboard-ery & galloping archaic drum machinery in his quest for the creat...view item »

Led Er Est
Dust On Common

Led Er Est released their debut full-length album Dust On Common in 2009, in the process partly transferring from the minimal synth scene into darkly-psychedelic pop. The ‘partly’ is the most interesting part here, as it means Dust On Common is not fully one thing or the other, but an excitingly str...view item »

Led Er Est
Dust On Common

Being the office "electro boy", even though our Ant probably has 10 times more decent electro wax than me, I find myself the cheery recipient of not one, but two vinyl LPs on the Weird Records label. The first I'm gonna have a go at is by Led Er Est. I'm not sure how purely electro it actually is but there's definitely an angsty 70's/80's...view item »