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Aavikko
Planet Fun-Fun


  • Vinyl LP (MUYSIC08)
  • £14.49 £8.69 (saving: £5.80)
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Adrian Younge
Black Dynamite (Original Motion Picture Score)

Director Scott Sanders made 'Black Dynamite' as a parody of the Blaxploitation genre, about a spy on a mission to take revenge on his brother's murderer. The score was composed by Adrian Younge, and was his first ever release. Like Sanders' film, it's inspired by and sends up the music of Blaxploitation cinema, utilising synth, keyboards and organs as well as sax and soft percussion. 'Black Dynamite' shows that Younge has a firm understanding of the tropes that made this genre so prominent. 

Adrian Younge
Black Dynamite (Instrumentals / Original Motion Picture Score)

Director Scott Sanders made 'Black Dynamite' as a parody of the Blaxploitation genre, about a spy on a mission to take revenge on his brother's murderer. The score was composed by Adrian Younge, and was his first ever release. Like Sanders' film, it's inspired by and sends up the music of Blaxploitation cinema, utilising synth, keyboards and organs as well as sax and soft percussion. 'Black Dynamite' shows that Younge has a firm understanding of the tropes that made this genre so prominent. On 'Black Dynamite (Instruments / Original Motion Picture Score)', Younge offers up the instrumentals that comprised the film's score.                

Andre de Saint-Obin
Sound On Sound

'Sound On Sound' is full of contradictions, which is of course what makes it great: the bass is bouncy, game for a groove, but it's buried under lo-fi production and often dissonant arrangements on electronics and guitars. Meanwhile, the mysterious figure behind it all -- Andre de Saint-Obin -- sings in a baritone that suggests he'd rather be in the world's most despondent post-punk band than here. Weirdly enough, all of these sounds are credited to Saint-Obin, who played pretty much every component of the record. It all synthesises suprisingly well

Animal Collective
Honeycomb


Apache Dropout
Magnetic Heads


  • Vinyl LP (FV85LP)
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Ashrae Fax
Never Really Been Into It

One for all you fans of gothy ethereal 80's referencing music that in another world would have emerged on 4AD with a Vaughan Oliver sleeve. This is a duo from North Carolina who use the regulation drum machine, affected guitars, wobbly bass and octave leaping vocal delivery of the Cocteau Twins. Its a little bit more straightforward than the Cocteau's but uses all their tricks to make some really ecovative music. This is their first new record in 10 years following a successful re-issue of their overlooked at the time 2003 release 'Static Crash' For fans of: Lush, Cocteau Twins, This Mortal Coil, The Cure

Ausmuteants
Order of Operation

Garage rock duo Jake Robertson and Billy Gardner thrive off a backbone of furious guitar-drum exchanges, some truly juvenile synths and super saccharine vocals that make them Ty Seagall's twee equivalent. A collection of sparkly clean punk exercises for the most part, 'Order of Operation' presents a gleefully silly band making well-calculated pop hooks.

Ava Mendoza with Nick Tamburro
Quit Your Unnatural Ways


Ballet School
The Dew Lasts An Hour

Ballet School don't actually have all that much to do with ballet, but their music is as terrifically melodramatic, with huge vocal performances supplanted into a backdrop of sparkling 80s synth-pop. 'The Dew Lasts an Hour' sounds like if Purity Ring were more straight-forward, and has hints of a less morose Chromatics too. Bella Union have released "Cherish" from the record, which is full of vocal show-boating and marching indie rock drums. Let's get loud. 

Blairmailer
Best Of


  • CD (TG003)
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Blue Sabbath Black Cheer/Josh Lay/Wilt
Bleak


Cantaloupe
Splish / Wet Dog


  • Vinyl 12" (HT016LP)
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Cyclops
Eye Can't Take It


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Dag Rosenqvist
Fall Into Fire

'Fall Into Fire' is Dag Rosenqvist's newest eclectic collection of lo-fi noise, ambient and electro-acoustic sounds, and it's also his first record in his own name, since dissolving the Jasper TX moniker. Told in six interconnected parts, 'Fall Into Fire' is constantly surprising its listener, sharply transitioning from bouts of pure noise into moments of silence that are imposed on the record with a terrifying precision. The record twists and turns at any point, often becoming a more meditative ambient record and sometimes being informed by neo-classical arrangements. Recommended for fans of highly narrative electro-acoustic artists such as The Caretaker and Michael Grebil.

Dear Thief / The NJE
Split


  • Vinyl 7" (FIT056S)
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Deerhoof / Half Waif
LAMC Vol 4


Diesel Dudes
Hercules Initiative EP


  • Vinyl 7" (DTX02)
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DNBL / Apostille
Split


Ensemble Skalectrik
Trainwrekz


Eric Copeland
Flushing Meats


  • Vinyl 7" (CCRP003)
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Four Tet (Fourtet)
Rounds

Ten years since the original release, Domino reissue Four Tet's Rounds on CD and vinyl. This masterwork of leftfield beats, sampling and melodic sound construction came at a pivotal point in Four Tet's journey to fame. On the reissue the album comes with a bonus live recording of a performance in Copenhagen.

Funkineven / The Abstract Eye
Egypt / Reflexes


Further
Where Were You Then?

Further were an early 90s indie rock band indebted less to the wordy, snarky bands around them and more to the slow, sludgy guitar jams of bands like Dinosaur Jr; just listening to "Filling Station", the guitar duelling instrumental that opens to 'Where Were You Then?', is proof of that. Further were super lo-fi and fit snugly into an indie rock scene that went on to eclipse them. Their own brand of noisy, no frills rock fun is available again with 'Where Were You Then?', courtesy of Bad Paintings.   Tracks: Filling Station Over & Out Generic 7 She Lives By The Castlr 5. Surfing Pointers California Bummer Quiet Riot Grrrl Springfield Mods Spheres Of Influence Wett Katt I Wanna Be A Stranger Be That As It May Grandview Skyline
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Hieroglyphic Being and The Configurative Or Modular Me Trio
The Seer Of Cosmic Visions

Electronic artist Hieroglyphic Being is nomadic with his genre styles, moving through the sounds of modern electronic techno and house into industrial and harsher noise aesthetics. He never stops making, releasing and inventing new music. 'The Seer of Comic Visions' can, as a result, act as a wee guide for the perplex, as it collects cuts from his discography so far that have been curated to make up a new album. There's lots of variation around the electronics here, going from heavy, distorted compositions to very chilled drones. 

Hollow Sunshine
Held Above


  • Vinyl LP (ROBOLP100)
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Imugem Orihasam
More Anxious, More Favourable Terms

The eclectic Japanese DJ Imugem Orihasam only released his gleefully evil 12" 'Must Understand Before Contradict' recently, but he's back with eight thrown-off tracks that make up 'More Anxious, More Favourable Terms'. Featuring shades of Detroit techno, acoustic sounds, ambient meditation and unabashed synth, this record goes wherever it wants and offers something for every ear. 

Inter Arma
The Cavern

With 'Sky Burial', Inter Arma chose two aggressively imposed types of heavy music -- sludge and black metal, respectively -- and put them together them like they were twins. On 'The Cavern', though, they make something singular even for them, a forty minute composition in just one song, making for a hard, long metal slog that takes after Om, Sleep and Electric Wizard in its unravelling doom spirit. Recommended for fans of Pig Destroyer taking a break from grind to do the whole 'Natasha' thing.

Joanna Gruesome / Trust Fund
Split EP

Fuzz is love: this split EP sees noise punx Joanna Gruesome continue their persistent assault on our indie rock ears with their pissed off shoegaze and gleefully screamed vocals. On the other side, though, there's also the one-man-band Trust Fund, which belongs to Ellis Jones, who makes a sound that lands between grainy indie rock and unhinged folk punk, and who has definitely listened to Neutral Milk Hotel in his time on this good planet.

Jorge Elbrecht
Coral Cross - 001

‘Coral Cross - 001’ is the debut release from Jorge Elbrecht (Lansing-Dreiden, Haunted Graffiti, Violens) new metal project. Following his collaborative work with Ariel Pink and Caroline Polachek (Chairlift) this record sees Elbrecht move into new stylistic territories, from the tearing Bay area thrash metal intro A side to the lo fi sounding, depressive and rhythmically broken B side.

Julien Demoulin & IA
The Bay


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