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Flying Hair
Haunted Hangout II

Flying Hair are a psyched-out three-piece who are as weird and fuzzed-out as their fellows, but with perhaps just a little more pop instinct. Haunted Hangout II is, despite the impression given by the title, their debut album, and it was previously only available in a limited run of cassettes. Now it gets a proper vinyl...view item »

Secret Museum of Kind Men Volume 1

This is such a confusing release that I’ve actually nearly finished listening to it by the time I’ve figured out what it actually is. What it actually is is the first in a series of singles in which modern musicians interpret songs from the crate-digging masterclass that is th...view item »

A Magic Whistle
Secret Museum of Kind Men Vol. 4

A Magic Whistle is Andy Puls and he’s knocked it out of the park again with a pair of belters. Interpreting music from Tajikstan and Georgia - melding banjo and synth, voice and drum. The B-side is heavy on the whistles and pump organ. Best enjoyed loudly with tea and substances on a rainy...view item »

Residual Echoes
Secret Museum of Kind Men Vol. 3 (India / Tajikstan)

Here's the third instalment of Casual Acid Tea's excellent 'Secret History of Kind Men' series, in which modern artists cover pieces from the epic 'Secret History of Mankind' archive. This one has a band called Residual Echoes interpreting tracks called 'Gungru Tarang' by Master Manamar Barve of India and 'Khar Shabi' by T Tazylova of Tajikstan....view item »

Ramble Tamble
Secret Museum of Kind Men Vol. 2 (Epirus / Tunisia)

Here’s the latest installment in Casual Acid Tea’s ‘Secret History of Kind Men’ series, which sees modern bands reinterpreting songs from the classic historical compilation series ‘The Secret History of Mankind’ in their own style. This time round it’s the turn...view item »