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New in: Monday 29th June 2015

Exoteric Continent
Referèndum

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LP on Hospital Productions. I had hoped that Referéndum might represent Hospital Records long-awaited commentary on David Cameron’s EU referendum, but upon listening it doesn’t seem to be. Instead, Exoteric Continent brings some potent noise techno into play, the material previously put out as two tapes but now brought together on an LP.…view full details.

Black Zone Myth Chant
Mane Thecel Phares

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Repress LP on Editions Gravats aka High Wolf. The cover image alone is enough to get me excited for Mane Thecel Phares, an album of pulsating psychedelic electronica with an Afrobeat attention to rhythm and beat. Black Zone Myth Chant is the alias of the psych-drone musician High Wolf and the album continues his ritualistic, savage and enthralling approach to electronica. A vinyl editi…view full details.

Being / Benoît Pioulard / Symbol / Dead Voices On Air
Rail Cables - Spring Selection 2015

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Gatefold 2LP on Rail Cables. Edition of 300 copies. Spring Selection 2015, the latest release from the Rail Cables label, presents the listener with tracks from a number of different artists: Being, Benoit Pioulard, This Will Destroy You member Symbol, and ex-Zoviet*France member Dead Voices On Air to round the whole thing off. Quite …view full details.

J.G. Biberkopf
Ecologies

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LP on Knives. J.G. Biberkopf has the privilege of acting as the grand opening artiste for Kuedo’s new label Knives. Ecologies is a fascinating trip through digital worlds, moving swiftly from abstract floatings that put me in mind of an instrumental Holly Herndon, to territory grounded by beats. Very inventive stuff.…view full details.

Blood Music
Chicks / Badgering

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8/10 according to our Ant on 25th June 2015

Blood Music returns to Diagonal for a heavy 3-track session complete with Helm remix. First up is 'Chicks' with a rumbling kick drum that sounds like a motorbike engine humming away, joined by parts of scrap metal that tinkle, crash and crunch awa…view full details.

Laksa
Draw For The

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7/10 according to our Ant on 25th June 2015

Beneath's Mistry label are responsible for putting out the debut EP from Laksa who provides 3 tunes of darkside bass heavy, maximum dubbed out house/ techno. 'Draw For The' kinda reminds me of early DMZ stuff, with chunky marching dru…view full details.

Dolphins Into The Future / Lieven Martens Moana
Songs Of Gold, Incandescent

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Limited private-press LP on Edicoes CN. Edition of 170 copies. Dolphins Into The Future, aka Lieven Martens Moana is a closely thought-out project that expresses its creator’s experiences through field recordings and songs, each presented with a varying degree of treatments. These pieces, first available in a myriad of other ways, are here compiled onto a private press LP in an edition of only 170.…view full details.

Domenique Dumont
Comme Ca

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LP on Antinote. The identity of Domenique Dumont seems to be unknown and/or uncertain, but it doesn’t much matter when the music is as compelling as the material on Comme Ca manages to be. Odd-pop for sunny evenings is the name of the came, the cheap keys and beats submerged in a quantity of dub reverb. Nice. LP on Antinote.…view full details.

Hanna Mekonnen
Ali New Biye

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10" on Eastern Connection. Edition of 500 copies. Hanna Mekonnen is the first release on the new Paradise Bangkok sub-label Eastern Connection. Coming out of Ethiopia, Ali New Biye shows off the excellence produced by the ensemble of krar, washint flute, percussion and vocals. Fantastic and ecstatic stuff, backed by a dub version put together by Nick Manasseh.…view full details.

The Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band
The New Sound Of Siam

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12" on Paradise Bangkok inc. Rabih Beaini Remix. The Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band have, of late, been the subject of what has been dubbed the ‘21st Century Molam’ project. Here, on The New Sound Of Siam, an original LP track from the Band is presented alongside a ‘Disco Dub’ reworking by Nick Manasseh and wild electronic take from Rabih Bea…view full details.

Model Alpha
Dimensions

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LP + one-sided 7" flexi-disc on Desire. Edition of 300 copies. Model Alpha are a Parisian pair, who have been beavering away at their analogue synthesisers for a while now. Dimensions is the first public release of their dabblings, and the result is a set of tranced-out, space age instrumentals. Released as an LP with a bonus, single-side flexidisc squeezed into the package for good measure, on Desire.…view full details.

D. Stop
Traitement de choc

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Clear vinyl 10" on Desire. Edition of 300 copies. Woo, exceedingly rare first release from synth-punkers D. Stop, reissued at last. What’s more, Traitement de choc’s original three tracks are complemented by four other contemporary numbers, which have never seen vinyl release before. Clear vinyl 10” reissue on the Desire label, limited to only 300 copies.…view full details.

Sergie Rezza
Mist

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12" on Desire aka Romain Poncet and DJ Deep. Sergie Rezza is a collaborative project between Romain Poncet and DJ Deep that lies somewhere in the dark and dreamy territory between techno and noise. ‘Mist’ combines the energy and focus of Romain with the atmospheric experimentation of Deep to forge a new, more cerebral, beat driven path embellished with intricate melodies and sub conscious sounds.…view full details.

Meat Beat Manifesto
02

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Limited 10" on Kasm. Edition of 300 copies. Meat Beat Manifesto drop the second in Skam’s series of 10”s, a series craftily entitled Kasm. 02 has the kind of, well, meaty beats that the group’s manifesto has long promised, so you won’t be disappointed with these four brand new cuts. The record is limited to just 300 copies, and comes in a sleeve apparently depicting some insulation?…view full details.

New in: Friday 26th June 2015

Loop
Array 1

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8/10 according to our Robin on 25th June 2015

Loop have been away for a very, very long time, but as their name suggests, they’ll always return, and with much thanks to our collective, fervent love of alt rock nostalgia (credit goes to the ever-predictable ATP), the band has made very linear moves towards a comeback -- live shows, of course, and then a bunch of new material set to tri…view full details.

Howard Shore
Scanners / The Brood

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8/10 according to our Laurie on 26th June 2015

OO i’m so excited about reviewing this that my head might just explode. Ha. Ha. Ha. Not even entitled to make that joke, yet again it’s an episode of Laurie-reviews-a-film-soundtrack-that-he-hasn’t-seen-but-tells-you-at-the-beginning-to-make-it-ok. So this is all that spooky uneasy mood music stuff that Howard Shore-is-…view full details.

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Joy Division
Closer

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180g vinyl reissue LP on Rhino - 2007 remaster. Second and final LP by doomed Salford post-punk band Joy Division, this is perhaps most often cited their greatest moment. Recorded shortly before the untimely death of singer Ian Curtis, whose health deteriorated rapidly during the making of this album, and produced by Martin Hannet. Limited edition vinyl reissue.  …view full details.

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Joy Division
Unknown Pleasures

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180g vinyl reissue LP on Rhino - 2007 remaster. Debut album by Salford post-punkers Joy Division. Recorded in April 1979, Martin Hannet's unique production techniques and Ian Curtis's doomed lyrics and monotone vocal lend the album a downbeat greatness that has been often emulated yet rarely surpassed. One of only two albums recorded by the band before Curtis's tragic suicide in 1980. …view full details.

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Johnny Marr
Candidate

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7" on New Voodoo. Could Johnny Marr's hair be any more black? Any more black and it would be 'Smell the Glove' black. Really black hair or not he seems to be the only ex Smith with his reputation sort of intact. This is the third single to be taken from his 'Playland' album so expect rollicking, skyscraping indie rock with lots of plangent guitars and big wave your hands in the air choruses. Contains non album B side 'Exit Connection' …view full details.

Ecstatic Vision
Sonic Praise

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LP on Relapse. Psych, psych and more psych from Philadelphia’s Ecstatic Vision. Indebted to the likes of Hawkwind and more recently Wooden Shjips, Sonic Praise is their debut effort packed full of riffs, solos and motorik drumming. Utterly retro space rock for those who like it classic. Out on CD and vinyl LP from Relapse.…view full details.

Goblin Rebirth
Goblin Rebirth

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LP on Relapse. Man, you just can’t keep Italian horror-progsters down can you? In addition to the group currently touring as Goblin, we now have the band’s original rhythm section from back in the day producing music as Goblin Rebirth. This album soundtracks a film so perfectly suited to Goblin that it doesn’t even need to exist for them to soundtrack it. On Relapse.…view full details.

New in: Thursday 25th June 2015

Robert Pollard
Faulty Superheroes

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7/10 according to our Clinton on 25th June 2015

At least the record company have a sense of humour about it. "First album in over three months!" screams the sticker on the front of the latest effort from Guided By Voices frontman Robert Pollard. He has to be commended for even trying to make as many records as he does regardless of quality but it’s…view full details.

Tess Parks & Anton Newcombe
I Declare Nothing

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6/10 according to our Clinton on 24th June 2015

Anton Newcombe has been busy of late. He’s here (literally  - he’s been in this very office), he’s there, he’s everywhere. If that’s what getting off drugs for you then please...give me some fresh air. Even sober he manages to make music that sounds like it was recorded at the tail end of a 16 weeks bender in a…view full details.

Grimm Grimm
Hazy Eyes Maybe

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7/10 according to our Robin on 24th June 2015

Koichi Yamanoha is best known for cultivating psychobilly fervour as one very important part of the Screaming Tea Party outfit, and here he goes solo for a record not unlike its blurb artwork: a man, smiling a toothy grin, in what comes out as a very blurry photo. ‘Hazy Eyes Maybe’ is not alw…view full details.

The Pop Group / Sleaford Mods
Nations / Face To Faces

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8/10 according to our Clinton on 25th June 2015

Whoever out these two groups together knew what they were doing. Both are (relatively) elderly but they say more than all the more youthful anodyne groups put together. I have a hunch that the new Sleaford Mods album is going to be a good one. There's plenty more left to say, right? Plenty more grimy bass lines to sample. 'Face to F…view full details.

Sleeparchive
Senza Titolo

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9/10 according to our Ant on 25th June 2015

Roger Semsroth is pretty reliable when it comes to banging minimalism, his Sleeparchive dancefloor tracks always get dancefloors moving with driving energy and this 12" on Bas Mooy's Mord label is no exception. He's in fine form across these four tracks.…view full details.

Walter TV
Blessed

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8/10 according to our Clinton on 24th June 2015

This lot have toured with Mac DeMarco (God help them) and they play a kind of music which is described as ‘surf metal’ on the press release. I hear neither surf nor metal on here and instead a messy and disjointed take on the kind of American indie previously peddled by the likes of …view full details.

High Wolf
Growing Wild

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9/10 according to our Laurie on 24th June 2015

An extremely bouncy and colourful record here from French psych electronic guru High Wolf. Apparently it’s ‘African-Influenced’ according to the sleeve, whatever the hell that means. Growing Wild is full of flurries - synth flurries, drum flurries, metallic plucked flurries, so many flurries. It’s sort of…view full details.

RP Boo
Fingers, Bank Pads & Shoe Prints

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8/10 according to our Laurie on 25th June 2015

Kevain Space, the man behind RP Boo, is one of the kings of footwork. I however am a footwork peasant, living in the slurry with all my half-formed preconceptions of what the genre sounds like or represents. Dancing, probably. Judging by the first few tracks, it’s fair to say that RP Boo is very good at making you want that. One th…view full details.

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Mutoid Man
Bleeder

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5/10 according to our Robin on 24th June 2015

I don’t even fucking know. At this point I have to wonder if all those A-grade metalcore bands that crossed ever-so-slightly into the mainstream were actually worth our time. Mutoid Man are made up of Cave In’s Stephen Brodsky and the ever namedropped Ben Koller, who drums death ‘n’ t…view full details.

Jaill
Brain Cream

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8/10 according to our Clinton on 24th June 2015

This is fun...and a customer has already bought it so that has to be recommendation enough that you should buy it too. They’ve already made two records on Sub Pop.....have you? (ok maybe some of you have). It’s an absolute pop blast of three minute jangle-jingles. Not sure why Sub Pop haven’t released this themselves but they&r…view full details.

Don Robertson
Celestial Ascent

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8/10 according to our Laurie on 24th June 2015

Another forgotten tape pressing here - there will always be lost tapes, I guess it adds some sort of magic, not that this record needs it at all. Nashville resident Don Robertson originally put this out on the ol’ cassette back in 1980, and as you can see from the colourful cover, things are about to get spiritual. The music on …view full details.

M. Zalla
Problemi d'Oggi

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8/10 according to our Laurie on 24th June 2015

This is a rare treat - a film composer’s experimental, politically charged tunes that span the sprawling Western styles (that got him lumped into the same category as Ennio Morricone) and rhythmic electronic music that, dare we say it, sounds a lot like primitive techno. It’s sort of pres…view full details.

Vault of Blossomed Ropes
Vault of Blossomed Ropes

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8/10 according to our Robin on 23rd June 2015

Vault of Blossomed Ropes are a Greek recording crew creating something between prog rock and electro-acoustic, somehow coming out the other end with the chillest music you ever did hear. Their self-titled record, never ascendent or terse despite its particular arrangements, brings in elements of live instrumentation and codified looping, making …view full details.

LA Priest
Inji

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7/10 according to our Clinton on 25th June 2015

The latest man who wants to be Prince is Sam Dunst formerly of Late of the Pier who were described by our Maggie as “bad in a bad way” many years ago. People still liked them though....and they might like this too... When the sludgy four minutes of opener ‘Occasion’ finally g…view full details.

Mucky Sailor
Albatross, Silly Albatross

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7/10 according to our Robin on 25th June 2015

Idiot prog-jazz crew Mucky Sailor continue to add a modicum of chaos to the lands of Leeds with ‘Albatross, Silly Albatross’ (the comma comes at your own discretion), another record that shows off their strengths: a very small sprinkling of punk irreverence, in attitude, coupled with comedic synths, reverberating vocals and a lot…view full details.

No Form
No Form

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8/10 according to our Robin on 23rd June 2015

Ah, No Form. You are true to your name. I mean, kinda: you have form, but you also have no form, so it just about evens out. On the Leeds-grown punkers’ new record, the band continue to spit out the conventions of hardcore while still sounding furious, energised and occasionally lost and in a wash of accidental avant-garde. Think …view full details.

The Twilight Sad
It Never Was The Same

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8/10 according to our Clinton on 24th June 2015

Aha! Miserable Scottish buggers The Twilight Sad as re-worked by rotund English bloke Robert Smith. Should be fun. But first the A side 'It Never Was the Same' is taken from the bands excellent 'Nobody Wants To Be Here & Nobody Wants To Leave' album and whilst perhaps not the most thrilling moment on the album it is a perfect enough exa…view full details.

Lnrdcroy
Much Less Normal

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9/10 according to our Laurie on 18th June 2015

Cosmic imagery and delicious electronica warmly embrace on this little big release from Leonard Campbell via Firecracker. Originally released on tape in the Spring of last year thanks to 1080p, Much Less Normal uses beats to prop up vivid technicolour landscapes brimming with melody. Shimmering Moods records missed a trick or tw…view full details.

Modini
Tart EP

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Limited 12" on Dixon Avenue Basement Jams inc. printed insert. Modini return with another EP on the Dixon Avenue Basement Jams Inc. label. Tart is the follow-up to last year’s Turk EP. The bass on this will shake your innards more than its predecessor did. Perfect if you’re planning on hiring out a warehouse for a massive party soon. This won't be around for long so get it while you can. …view full details.

Kornél Kovács
Radio Koko

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12" on Numbers. Kornél Kovács, who co-runs the Studio Barnhus label, started out playing in clubs at the age of 14, making a name for himself by promoting parties and hosting his own, influential show ‘P3 Dans Show’ on Swedish radio. His unique brand of techno is full of character with a determined agenda to make people dance.…view full details.

Lutto Lento
Whips

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12" EP on Where To Now?. Electro composer Lutto Lento’s carved a unique home for himself in the modern electro scene with his deliberately lo-fi, oversaturated tape loops. Lento’s use of the painstaking process of tape cutting and looping shows his dedication to the craft that goes into these cosmic, dance floor orientated tracks.…view full details.

Lapsley
Station

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6/10 according to our Clinton on 25th June 2015

With the potential to be the best thing out of Southport since Marc Almond, Lapsley is the latest hotly tipped starlet on the books of XL and it's rare that they make big clunking mistakes. On 'Station' she makes very minimal neo-soul with her voice duetting with itself. By the wonders of modern technology she makes herself into a man to sing on…view full details.

Echo Fisk
Water Sports

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7/10 according to our Robin on 25th June 2015

Echo Fisk have come termed “punk jazz”, though in reality what they’re making with ‘Water Sports’ is a freeform record in the John Zorn tradition, albeit with none of the grindcore brevity -- even if they occasionally toy with his blastbeats. On this peculiar and transient record, sax…view full details.

Future Islands
The Chase

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7" on 4AD. Baltimore-based Future Islands return with a double A side single: The Chase and Haunted By You, both songs entirely unreleased anywhere else. The Chase was premiered on The Late Show With David Letterman, the very same show that ‘broke’ the long-running group to a substantial audience. Released by 4AD.…view full details.

Akase
Rust

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12" on !K7 inc. Midland Remix. Akase is the new project of Harry Agius (Midland) and Robbie Redway, presenting house / techno in the form of songs: as in, actual songs, sung by Redway. It is a good formula, and Rust is the first chance to hear what they’ve got up to. 12”, accompanied by a Midland reworking of the track, on…view full details.

Jabru / Will Saul & Komon
Church feat. Joel Culpepper / Two For One

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12" on !K7 inc. Zed Bias and Appleblim remixes. The next instalment of the neat little DJ-Kicks format of putting a new original track next to a remix of same, providing instant fresh perspectives. Jabru with Joel Culpepper (plus a Zedd Bias reworking) on the A side, Will Saul & Kommon (with an Appleblim reimagining) on the B. Church / Two For One …view full details.

Brian Reitzell
Hannibal: Original Television Soundtrack Music

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Limited Black vinyl LP on Mondo. To prepare eager viewers for the imminent premiere of Season 3 of charming-serial-killer drama Hannibal, Mondo are putting out Brian Reitzell’s soundtrack to the first two series. That equals a whole twenty cues, ready and waiting to bring the horror come rushing back to mind. Limited to 250 copies!…view full details.

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Jay Chattaway
Maniac Cop 2

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Limited 180g black vinyl LP on Mondo. Maniac Cop 2 is of course a film, although I would truly love the band who chose it for a project title. Released in 1990 and following the spree-based adventures of an undead law enforcement official, the film was soundtracked by Jay Chattaway, released now by Mondo. Includes an array of cues, plus the compelling ‘Maniac Cop Rap’.…view full details.

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The Delgados
The Great Eastern

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180g vinyl reissue LP on Chemikal Underground. Edition of 500 copies. First released in 2000, The Great Eastern is arguably one of Scottish indie crew The Delgados’ best loved albums, and it is for this reason that it is now seeing a vinyl reissue from their Glaswegian label, Chemikal Underground. The edition is, of course, strictly limited to only 500 (180g) copies, so hurry up Delgados fans!…view full details.


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