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Dub Spencer & Trance Hill
William S. Burroughs In Dub

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7/10 according to our Clinton on 24th April 2015

They’ve already dubbified Metallica and The Clash and as if to prove that everyone can be dubbed, Dub Spencer and Trance Hill have taken the words of Sir William Burroughs and placed them in a dub context. Imagine what you think this sounds like and you’ll be pretty clos…view full details.

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Blur
The Magic Whip

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7/10 according to our Clinton on 24th April 2015

It’s not exactly the standard way of making a comeback album. Blur had a couple of cancellations on their recent world tour jaunt so decided rather than sit around in hotel rooms they’d go to the studio and record some tracks. Coxon got bored in January and finished it off then Albarn dusted down the cockney vowels and sang all over …view full details.

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Sonic Jesus
Neither Virtue Nor Anger

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7/10 according to our Robin on 22nd April 2015

Who’s up for some no hope psych rock? The latest entry into the New Testament of the Fuzz Club is Sonic Jesus, who recently inflicted some repetitive-strain kraut witchery on a split with the Black Angels. On ‘Neither Virtue Nor Anger’, they get a chance to stretch their devastated so…view full details.

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White Hills
Walks For Motorists

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7/10 according to our Robin on 22nd April 2015

Day Number 243, and I’m still walking this dustbowl road of post-apocalyptic isolation, lamenting psych rock and its cockroach knack for survival. I’ll take anything but, please; send me the Oasis reunion with Whitehouse, send me the War on Dr…view full details.

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Death
N.E.W

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8/10 according to our Robin on 24th April 2015

“They’re named after something I never want to happen to me” - Phil, forlorn. Protopunks Death never really got a chance to be the proto, considering that many of their early records toiled in release purgatory and came into proper fruition at a later date -- take the ‘70s classics ‘...For …view full details.

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Various
A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night

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

This film was executive produced by Frodo Baggins, which frankly is the most amazing thing to happen in my lifetime; how did hobbit dude afford the expense that is funding a Western noir movie? I don’t know, but here’s the deal: ‘A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night’ is a creepy film with plenty of vampirism and an eclectic s…view full details.

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Delia Gonzalez
In Remembrance

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7/10 according to our Robin on 23rd April 2015

Delia Gonzalez’s raw piano compositions are a far cry from your average neo-classical space-gazing. Nils Frahm ruminates on his keys -- he spends more time trying to see into their souls than he does press against them -- and Dustin O’Hallaran makes declarative statements with his cho…view full details.

Mew
+-

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7/10 according to our Clinton on 23rd April 2015

Only an ‘s’ sound separates Mew from Muse. There are other similarities too, both make stadium-ready histrionic rock, both don’t know the meaning of the word ‘understatement’ but whereas Muse sell out stadiums across the world, Mew are big-ish in their native Denmark with a cult following …view full details.

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Foot Hair
Foot Hair

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7/10 according to our Robin on 23rd April 2015

Here are some angry boys. What exactly they are angry about I’m unsure, but I know how they’re angry, so, swings and roundabouts? They are angry via loosely but tightly smashed drums, roaring guitar riffs that sound like they could eat you and then spew you up as feedback, and of course, skramz, which are snarled and spat ra…view full details.

Nochexxx
Plot Defender

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9/10 according to our Jim on 24th April 2015

Before assuming his Nochexxx moniker, Dave Henson used to play in post-rock group Gwei-Lo and put out experimental electronica as Ascoltare before abandoning the overly rarefied uplands of computer generated music in favour of the hands-on primitivism of analogue hardware. While he’s certainly not the only electronic music producer current…view full details.

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Dignan Porch
créme

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7/10 according to our Clinton on 24th April 2015

If there’s such a thing as being post-Captured Tracks then Dignan Porch are it. They sound as if they have been heavily influenced by the re-issues that label has brought to the worth (particularly anything from New Zealand and Cleaners From Venus as well as modern day movers such as …view full details.

The Fear Ratio
Kasm01

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Limited 10" on Kasm (Mark Broom & James Ruskin). Edition of 300 copies. Limited 10” on Kasm. Mark Broom and James Ruskin, are individually renowned on the techno scene, and they come together under their no frills techno moniker The Fear Ratio. Alongside their debut album on Skam in May, they are featured on Skam’s new 10” series label Kasm. Limited edition runs of 300 copies…view full details.

Mark Tranmer
[ Further Woodland ]

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

Pianos here, pianos there pianos everywhere. People love to tinkle on them and release records of the sound of them so much so that one of the chief protagonists Nils Frahm recently declared it international piano day. Hey Stetson  - you know what to do with "sax day" thing. So this album from former…view full details.

MG
MG

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8/10 according to our Clinton on 23rd April 2015

Old synth guys never die - they just escape from their big stadium bands for a while and make interesting electronica. Martin Gore is famous for two things: Firstly he is a dead ringer for York City’s hardworking-but-devoid-of-end-product winger …view full details.

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Braids
Deep In This Iris

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8/10 according to our Ian on 23rd April 2015

Ooh a rare treat for me to review a new release this week being as the horror of RSD 2015 has finally subsided. So this is the newie newness from Canada’s Braids which got my juices flowing this morning and being as I reviewed their last record ‘Flourish/Perish’ it seemed fitting for me to spew forth a few words. ‘Deep In…view full details.

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William Basinski
Cascade

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8/10 according to our Jim on 23rd April 2015

Ambient minimalist William Basinski returns with a new album featuring a single forty-minute track (plus an exclusive download) of his deceptively simple but immediately recognisable music. Employing his usual method of letting melodic loops play out on decrepit tapes until they literally decay before your very ears, it’s another dreamily …view full details.

Beatriz Ferreyra
GRM Works

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8/10 according to our Laurie on 23rd April 2015

Beatriz Ferreyra is another high-concept electronic manipulator responsible for destroying various comfortable musical features, apparently alongside the mighty Pierre Schaeffer in the '50s-'60s. She helped build a language for electroacoustic composition to enable lamps to talk to birds via tape and computer, revisiting these concepts post-mill…view full details.

Michel Redolfi
Pacific Tubular Waves / Immersion

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8/10 according to our Laurie on 23rd April 2015

Editions Mego are continuing to unearth forgotten synth explorers from the early days, traversing the old ways of the bleep and bloop. In a sense it’s the bleep & bloop encyclopedia, but one of those sets that you have to shell out 15 quid per volume or you’re left noncommittal. No one wants that, and everyone wants synth, so why…view full details.

Death And Vanilla
To Where the Wild Things Are

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9/10 according to our Clinton on 22nd April 2015

Death and Vanilla are pretty close to being the perfect band for those who worship the ‘60’s exotic electronica that so influenced the music of Broadcast. Opener ‘Necessary Distortion’ sets out it’s stall pretty clearly -a pulsating, kraut jam which sits perfectly in that sweet spot b…view full details.

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Drew Lustman
The Crystal Cowboy

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8/10 according to our Laurie on 22nd April 2015

With a cover consisting of a dusty apartment block and presumably Mr. Lustman sitting nonchalantly on top of a horse, you could easily assume that this is the electronic version of Father John Misty. New kooky alter ego, new sound and even some ‘doo-doo-doo’s, all signed to the Bella Union of b…view full details.

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Intrusion
A Gentle Embrace [Variant Reshapes]

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8/10 according to our Laurie on 22nd April 2015

This is a duo of CDs featuring Stephen Hitchell reimagining Stephen Hitchell. Those that are familiar with Echospace know exactly what they’re getting themselves into and those that don’t need only to listen to the first minute of the first CD to get the gist, because there’s around 110 minutes of gist contained within. …view full details.

Colin Stetson And Sarah Neufeld
Never Were The Way She Was

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10/10 according to our Robin on 21st April 2015

“No overdubs” is the phrase to watch with Colin Stetson, an artist who intones on saxophone to create sounds vocal and percussive, melodic and destructive. The reason we claim to be so impressed with his tectonic shifts is because they’ve all been conjured in one take, the result something like a one-man apocalypse on ‘Ju…view full details.

Squarepusher
Damogen Furies

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6/10 according to our Laurie on 16th April 2015

Britain’s most adept purveyor of pure intensity is still at it. Still battering your ears with hyperglitch drum-n-ba- sorry, I mean DRILL-n-bass, whatever that is. Age hasn’t exactly matured the man, but rather amplified his ability to control a multitude of independently freaking out layers. Damogen Furies finds Tom…view full details.

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Robert Aiki Aubery Lowe & Ariel Kalma
FRKWYS Vol. 12: We Know Each Other Somehow

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9/10 according to our Jim on 17th April 2015

Here’s a rather special meeting of two kindred musical­ spirits set up as an inter-generational collaboration for the FRKWYS series. Rob Lowe used to play in 90 Day Men and has since released solo modular synthesizer drone records as well as otherworldly processed vocal music as …view full details.

Big Business
Battlefields Forever

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7/10 according to our Robin on 16th April 2015

I remember being pretty crushed when I found out that Melvins wasn’t the project of one quaint man named Melvin -- a disappointment second only to realising that Destroyer and Pig Destroyer weren’t the same thing -- but I’m glad fo…view full details.

Grey Hairs
Colossal Downer

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7/10 according to our Robin on 15th April 2015

Nottingham is bringing veritable types of the heavy lately -- RIP to emo-tinged favourites Plaids, but life goes on, eh? -- and may I suggest Grey Hairs as the city’s next hard rawk laureates? On the rather jarringly titled ‘Colossal Downer’, they presume to be playing post-punk, but their jubilant …view full details.

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Lightning In A Twilight Hour
Fragments Of A Former Moon

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8/10 according to our Hayley on 22nd April 2015

Back in February our anorak-clad Clinton went all fan-boy over Field Mice’s Bobby Wratten’s new project Lightning In A Twilight Hour, reviewing the EP ‘Slow Changes’ and giving it a hasty but well deserved 9/10. Proclaiming it the “feel good indie-pop story of 2015”, he certain…view full details.

Zombi
The Zombi Anthology

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CD on Relapse. Zombi, a duo from Pittsburgh, were hugely influenced by the band Goblin who wrote the score for the original Dawn Of The Dead film. It was also where they got their name, the Italian release of the film being called Zombi. The Zombi Anthology features the multi layered looping of synth, bass and drums making sounds that sit somewhere between space rock and classic horror scores…view full details.

Feverdreamt
Terban Te Ban

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7/10 according to our Robin on 16th April 2015

How curious. What we find in Feverdreamt’s many layers is a singer-songwriter record, buried under a haze of nightmarish krautrock. Our protagonist starts off with a lo-fi tune of twinkling piano and distant vocals, like if Have a Nice Life were tasked with the drunkenly cooed don’t-leave-me-ism…view full details.

:zoviet*france: and Fossil Aerosol Mining Project
Flexible Pooling

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Limited 33rpm white 7" flexidisc in custom package with insert on alt.vinyl. :zoviet*france: and Fossil Aerosol Mining Project continue exploring their fruitful collaboration following last years Patina Pooling album. This flexidisc (yes, you read that correctly) consists of two new tracks in scuzzy lo-fi. Released in conjunction with the Baltic 39 exhibition. Out on limited 33rpm white 7" flexidisc in custom …view full details.

Built To Spill
Untethered Moon

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8/10 according to our Robin on 17th April 2015

Withering indie rock, how I love thee; how I know 'Half Smiles of the Decomposed' shouldn't be my favourite Guided by Voices album but slouch into it like Robert Pollard before a blissful disco nap; how I totally shouldn't think Stephen …view full details.

TOMAGA
Familiar Obstacles

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8/10 according to our Robin on 16th April 2015

Noise ruminators Tomaga impressed last year with their physically intimate curation of avant-garde sounds for ‘Futura Grotesk’; hearing the duo’s mix of adjacent percussion, momentary feedback and synth, it was easy to envision them live, rolling their handheld instruments across the table. On ‘Familiar Obstacles&rsq…view full details.

My Panda Shall Fly
Too

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9/10 according to our Laurie on 16th April 2015

I thought all these hopeful minisentence artist names had been taken by the post-rock bands of yore. My Panda Shall Fly is demonstrating just how wrong I am, generating some rich sample-collage genre-spanning electronic beats with various helping hands around him. This breaking of the mould is the foundation of the Project: Mooncircle label, on …view full details.

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Green Gums
Black Tongue EP

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7/10 according to our Ant on 16th April 2015

Dom Butler (Factory Floor) and Richard Smith (L/F/D/M) were last spotted on Diagonal with a pair of EP’s as Bronze Teeth. The ‘Black Tongue’ EP sees the duo return to the label with four functional club cuts for dysfunctional dancefloors. ‘ZoZoMoN…view full details.

The Boats
Abstraction

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8/10 according to our Ant on 16th April 2015

I can well imagine a few of The Boats devotees being somewhat alienated by their recent forays into a brutal industrial techno sound. But for these ears this tougher palette carries greater emotional impact. In stark contrast to their earlier, more pastoral electronica, this records predecessor ‘Nomenclature…view full details.

Gnod
Infinity Machines

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8/10 according to our Robin on 15th April 2015

Gnod’s new album is essentially a social experiment with the hypothesis “Can you listen to Gnod for three hours?”. ‘Infinite Machines’ takes the band’s spirit-crushing discipline to the peak of its powers, a narratively woven epic with grainy ambience, humorlessly loud free jazz and tinkering beats that sound …view full details.

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Speedy Ortiz
Foil Deer

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8/10 according to our Robin on 15th April 2015

Literary punx Speedy Ortiz filtered their troubles through just enough noise on ‘Major Arcana’, with Sadie Dupuis’ retorting to her own downtrodden tales with spitting vocals, jamming feedback and nihilistic guitar licks a la Unwound. People likened it to Pavement, bu…view full details.

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Triac
Days

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8/10 according to our Laurie on 15th April 2015

Line is a label that has surely become notorious in the world of electronic music for peddling stripped-back but strange digital sounds on a varying spectrum of listenability. But sure, being listenable isn’t always the goal, and sacrifices have to be made, for the good of mankind. Well, maybe just music, but music IS mankind right? (jesus…view full details.

Bill Fay
Who Is The Sender?

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8/10 according to our Robin on 14th April 2015

Beautiful Bill is back, and I’m utterly relieved. ‘Life Is People’ was a triumphant comeback record that made the many years without Fay’s music worth suffering through, and celebrated a songwriter who’d been subjected to the musician’s worst nightmare: not being listened to. ‘Life Is People’ may h…view full details.

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Waxahatchee
Ivy Tripp

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8/10 according to our Hayley on 14th April 2015

Alabama-raised singer-songwriter Katie Crutchfield has come a long way since her debut 2012 LP ‘American Weekend’ and the subsequent ‘Cerulean Salt’: those two records defined Waxahatchee’s predilection for delicate melodies with a rugged grunge sensibility, and the lo-fi bedroom production style made her knack for …view full details.

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Christina Carter
L'Etoile de Mer

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8/10 according to our Robin on 14th April 2015

Christina Carter’s music is about noticing silence: when her voice cuts out, something else is moving; when she stops picking guitar, it’s to check if anything’s there. Carter is not a Cage-ian lover of silence: she is not trying to capture its purity and rarity, but rather trying to prove that it has its own motives and tensio…view full details.

Alva Noto
Xerrox Vol. 3

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9/10 according to our Jim on 12th April 2015

Raster-Noton honcho Carsten Nicolai’s towering reputation in the world of ultra-minimal electronica rests mostly on the austere yet intensely rhythmical material he’s put out as Alva Noto over the last fifteen years or so. His Xerrox series, of which this is the third volume, jettisons his tradem…view full details.

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