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Domino reissues

Those nice people at the Domino Recording Place have re-pressed a bunch of their marvellous back catalogue including records by lo-fi slacker men Pavement, big beard man Robert Wyatt and discotheque guy Four Tet. View 'em all here.....  
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Internal Wrangler

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Four Tet (Fourtet)

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Four Tet (Fourtet)
There Is Love In You

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Brighten The Corners

Brighten the Corners was the penultimate Pavement LP and was part produced by (lordation!) Mitch Easter (R.E.M/Let's Active) which helped give it the spangling sound that would indeed brighten the corners of your home. It begins with the mercurial, marvellous Stereo and dashes through a series of superbly executed tracks that show a maturity far removed from their early ramshackle wonky guitar pop. 

Terror Twilight

Terror Twilight was the final album by US indie slackers Pavement and was a much more crafted and produced album than earlier efforts. Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich tried to discipline the notoriously loose band which led to tensions between band and producer. The result is a mixed affair sometimes wistful sometimes wilfully obscure but appears more forced that earlier records and is allegedly not one of Stephen Malkmus's favourites. Still, it showcases a next level move for the band before they finally (and it seems terminally) called it a day.  

Wowee Zowee

What were they up to here? It seems for the members of Pavement their previous album Crooked, Rain, Crooked Rain was a little too smooth and straightforward so they increased the crazy on this third LP which was much more spontaneous and experimental. It divided critics but it showed the band refusing to pander to growing old gracefully and is an off the wall treat.  

Robert Wyatt

There are many musicians who I wish would retire but one of them isn't Robert Wyatt.  Therefore it's a real shame that he is to make no more music. Instead let's be grateful that there is a large back catalogue to trawl through. 'Shleep' is his 1997 album which at that point was his first in six years. As always it's a glorious and eccentric work. He's one of the few people who can have Paul Weller guesting and yet it still doesn't put you off.  

The Fall
Your Future Our Clutter

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