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Skallander
Skallander

Skallander: "S/T " (Type) Comes packaged in an Autumnal sleeve and is a collaboration between Bevan Smith of Signer and rated guitarist Matthew Mitchell. A largely acoustic folk-rock affair with songs that hint at a kind of pop sensibilty. The blurb recommends this collection to fans of Sufjan Stevens and Jose Gonzalez. Ten tracks deep th...view item »

Joe Gilmore
On Quasi Convergence And Quiet Spaces

Billed as 'five improvisations for solo computer', this collection was 'realised' over the last couple of years and put together this time last year. Now finally getting a welcome release, this CD comes beautifully packaged in hand-printed deluxe card. Across the five tracks, all fabulously titled as you'd expect with numbers and letters from a mad...view item »

Chris sutherland
Me In A Field

One of the best albums of 2007 by far. A beautiful indie, folk album from the Cerberus Shoal bassist. Can't think of a track that I'd want to adjust on the album let alone remove.As Chriss sings on 'Exile from D Street', 'quiero esta cosa en mi vida para siempre'. ...view item »

Songdog
A Wretched Sinner's Song

It's very beautiful and reflective with amazing lyrics.I think it's their best yet. ...view item »

Moto Boy
Moto Boy

Ant here. Yes I actually can carry 100 times my own bodyweight.... Lordy me this eponymous Moto Boy CD is a strange blend of crooner, Beach Boys and OMD with bits of 80's pop, swedish pop and all sorts. This is actually swedish so that bit makes perfect sense. Unfortunately this has Brian wanting to do a Brian Harvey and run himself over. I imagine...view item »

Instruments Of Science & Technology
Music From The Films of Richard Swift

Richard Swift. Enigmatic musician that croons like a 30's recording artist. Frankly, he's an amazing artist that has yet to be known by many. He has a sincerity in his music that few can attain and, with Instruments of Science and Technology, he takes his music in a totally different direction. Electronics dominate the music-scape on this disc, ...view item »

Tired Irie
Tired Irie

Tired Irie... new single... CD you digital kids and it's a self titled release on the ace Try Harder label. They're kind of like Foals but more poppy and structured....I think maybe there's some bits of Bloc Party and Q & Not U in them. Funky indie rock which sounds like the worst type of music in the world but it kind of works. Mingus piped up...view item »

Parka
Disco Dancer

Disco Dancer by Parka thoroughly disturbs me to the point of not actually knowing what to write. Unfortunately it's release is a couple of weeks late as Christmas is the time for turkeys. To put it lightly this blows. For fans of The Automatic and Bravery on the 'used to be good' Jeepster label. 7" and CD for your sins....view item »

Shoot Charlie
Junior Senior

Shoot Charlie with Junior & Senior again on Plastilina records. Hailing from Sweden and carrying the twee indie pop torch which Phil has labeled "tweedish". Sounding like The Go team or the B52's!! (or old Sarah Records records....) Sounds like a party in some brightly coloured living room where we're all high on fizzy drinks and birt...view item »

Annemarie
ABC on TV

On the same label we have Annemarie with abc on tv from............ Indonesia.. never heard a pop act from there, so my heart is with them from the start. It's sounding very cheeky English (or Scottish) jingle jangle pop. Male and female singer dance around with the sweet jangle of a Belle and Sebastian guitar and twee indie lovelyness. Inside is a...view item »

Yea Big & Kid Static
Yea Big & Kid Static

Ever wonder why some artists have nothing to say and expect you to come back just for the beat? Well, you won't feel that way with this duo. Their lyrics are as tight as the beats, and they keep you coming back for another listen just to pick up what you missed. Also live, you won't believe the energy and intensity with every song they play. The...view item »

Cazals
To Cut A Long Story Short

Cazals: 'To Cut A Long Story Short' (Kitsune)Writing credits go to certain G. Kemp, so pop picksters, it's a Spandau Ballet cover version. No so much done in a New Romantic style-more in a Emo style (New Emo anybody?). The vocals are very angst ridden, that said I don't remember the original...maybe it could do with a bit of a disco twist...view item »

Lapsed & Nonnon
The Death of Convenience

For his third full length album, Lapsed (Salt Lake City's Jason Stevens) pairs up with his long time live-collaborator Nonnon (Dave Madden). The Death Of Convenience is a lot more than yet another electronic hip hop album. Appropriately titled, it is a record in which nothing is convenient. Genre-less, it rewards those who are willing to abandon...view item »

Silje Nes
Ames Room

This CD has been highly addictive for me. I listen to a lot of music, but this stands out. The charm lies in a blend of adventurous experimentation with more catchy (yet subtle) elements of electronic music. Great experimental textures and layers of music are created here. At first I thought that the album dragged in a few places, but I think yo...view item »

Roy's Iron DNA
Men In Wax Jackets

managed to grab a promo copy of this through a friend in the business.... fantastic... been waiting for these guys to release something for a while and it was worth the wait. Has depth and loads of singalong stick in your head type tunes.. Silent Majority is a cracking song! ! ...view item »

Dizzee Rascal
Flex

Lordy I'm tired today. I just can't seem to sleep at the mo. Fortunately I've got Dizzie Rascal on hand with his new single 'Flex' on XL Recordings available on 7"/12" and CD. All come with a variety of different tracks and mixes on I'm too tired to list. He looks so happy on the sleeve though. That's what makes this for me. Yeah the tune...view item »

The Winston Giles Orchestra
Soundtracks For Sunrise (Play Up Music)

Nice bit of cheese this. if you're into lemon Jelly and that kind of thing you'll love this light hearted romp through cheesville....view item »

The Heavy
Great Vengeance & Furious Fire

I checked this out after listening to The Glorious Dead and The House That Dirt Built, so I was kind of working backwards chronologically. GV&FF doesn't quite have the same spark that the subsequent albums possess, but it's still a really solid album; there isn't a lemon in the batch, and if you enjoyed their other work then this is a must-h...view item »

Illinois
What The Hell Do I Know?

Illinois' 2nd EP release. You'd expect a band from Pennsylvania calling itself "Illinois" to be ironic. But even when they leaven their power pop and Britrock with Casio-styled synthesisers and the strum of a banjo, the result is more happy good-time than tongue-in-cheek clowning. There are modern production notes here that evoke bands like ...view item »

Bjørn Torske
Feil Knapp

Originally a part of Biopshere's live shows clear back in the early '90's, Torske seems to effortlessly blend styles and sounds on this release. It doesn't always make for a smooth listen, but the sheer entertainment level is high, as you never really know what he's going to throw out next. With ten tracks running ...view item »

Alter Ego
Why Not

All of the tracks begin with a similar template. Block rockin beats, fuzzy throbbing synths, woozy melodies, bits of dubstep, dancehall and techno, all wound up weirdly tangled electro / techno hybrids. Things get all wonky, in a very good way, some tracks get all epic and majestic, the synths swelling into huge grandiose melodies, others fall a...view item »

Two Gallants
Two Gallants

The Two Gallants third full-length CD continues to mine the percussive drums-guitar-and-voice country-punk of their earlier works, but with an expanded emphasis on dynamics and a step up from the lo-fi production of their debut. Adam Stephens continues to rough out pain and anguish with his vocals, with Tyson Vogel propels most of the tracks wit...view item »

Bass Clef
Zamyatin Tapes Vol 2

Bass Clef - Zamyatin Tapes Vol 2- 12" only- A side - a cross between MIA minus the vocals to start with, then becomes more bassy. Resonant of early hip hop, the repetitive beats are interspersed with trancy, chill out riffs - takes me back to the quiet / ...view item »

Georgie James
Places

The 12 tracks that make up Places are pure pop bliss that look towards the future but are undeniably rooted in music from generations past. Openers "Look Me Up" and the yummy "Cake Parade" are so good that they hook from the first listen. "More Lights" shows the interplay between the two vocalists that makes the band so great; the squeaky screec...view item »

Babyshambles
Shotter's Nation

I was really surprised by the cleaned up sound when I first heard this. Down in Albion was really muddy and took about a year for me to really enjoy it. This album hit me immediately. Doherty's writing is so personal that at times it's really creepy. Kate Moss is listed as a cowriter on four songs. The sound has a very mid 1960's sheen. On "UnBiloT...view item »

Levy
Glorious

I don't think we've ever reviewed anything by Levy before... I've never heard anything by 'em til now.... we get a lot of records in each week and time is always of the essence. Here's 'Glorious' anyway which I'd have to say is a great indie pop anthem. Anthem being the key word here as it melds together parts of James and The Lightning Seeds and s...view item »

Turin Brakes
Ether Song

New Turin Brakes album called Ether Song. Actually our tasteful CD player refused to play this at first. Unfortunately it relented. This is music for storming out of Pret a Manger to. Halfway through the first song the singer announces 'Time to go fishing'.OK. The music is completely and utterly ...view item »

Time Life
Geminis

Loads of weird and wonderful stuff... Time Life have a smart CDr on Blackest Rainbow. 'Gemini's' is far out psyche fest with bizarre vocals that are almost angelic at times. A bit like a less messed up version of The Skaters at times. This is pretty strange indeed and has a bit of an eastern vibe running through it. Fans of stuff on Three Lobed sho...view item »

Lightspeed Champion
Galaxy of The Lost

That dude from the Test Icicles is back with a new band called Lightspeed Champion. What surprised me was how much this didn't really annoy me. It's not even vaguely a bit irritating and in fact I'd go as far as to say it's a decent tune. It's the spit of Elvis Costello but that's no bad thing. Great sleeve as well with some dude holding a chicken....view item »

Kid Acne
Sliding Doors

Kid Acne: 'Sliding Doors' (Lex), Sheffield's bearded b-boy rocking the redneck look in his confederate baseball cap, string vest and union jack socks standing proud in front of some Yankee trucks. Not quite sure what he's on about but he's shouting in the style of early frat boys Beasties. I think he should maybe stick to his spraycan art. ...view item »

Canon Blue
Colonies

In the absence of actually being able to buy a physical copy of the new Radiohead album then I think you should check out the Canon Blue CD 'Colonies' on Efterklang's Rumraket label. The similarities on some of the tracks are striking. Actually to be fair to 'em there's only a few tracks with rip Radiohead off and these days anyone who does any inv...view item »

Jonah Matranga
And

Jonah's decision to abandon all his prior band identities and instead put music out under his own name has not affected his artistic ability in any way. In fact this is probably Jonah's most addicting and assuring work since Onelinedrawing's Visitor. The pop-rock elements of his time spent in gratitude have been firmly welded into his indie-acou...view item »

Fionn Regan
Be Good or Be Gone

Now a 7" from singer song writer FIONN REGAN on Bella Union. My mate Gibbo loves this guy. He tells me about him all the time (as well as and running fun gigs in London under the banner lets go baboon. check them out.) These are very sparse and simple tunes using the control of his voice and nicely ...view item »

Reverend and The Makers
He Said He Loved Me

OK onto Reverend & The Makers who appear to the the latest pop sensation to come into my ears. 'He Said He Loves Me' is their moving 2nd single which is stirring rousing pop music. Lyrics by Vicky Pollard of Little Britain this is a right ole pile of radio friendly banal tosh ready to invade your sub consciousness. It's annoyingly cat...view item »

Miracle Fortress
Five Roses

Five Roses is lush, layered electronic atmospheric pop that is absolutely disarming. This disk seems to fall into the mental 'filing space' of other bands that I have come across that evoke the same impression with me - I call it "Narcotic Pop". The kind of music whose gentle lulling minor key melodies and layered electronic soundscapes, accompanie...view item »

Bob
dod qoq pop

Nice one.A real progressive album, with a nice twist to it. ...view item »

Tall Tree 6ft Man
Tall Tree 6ft Man

I came across this album when my music service on "radio" setting played a song from it. The music is so emotional and unique, with great tones and interweaving of vocal and instruments. The album immediately became a favourite. It is both upbeat and calming; stimulating while generating a longing feeling. I am listening to this album right now and...view item »

Rilo Kiley
Under The Blacklight

dear oh dear - don't never use autotune on vocals - its the worst idea in the world - especially if the vocalist is jenny lewis who can actually sing (and also wears fewer and fewer clothes as each year goes by/the more desperate for success she becomes). terrible record by the way ...view item »

Tiny Masters Of Today
Bang Bang Boom Cake

Most of the songs here are extremely simple, somewhat catchy and for the most part original. It took me a little bit to get used to the little kid vocals but it feels oddly appropriate. I like the songs but one of the biggest things that keeps me from putting this album into regular rotation is that their chord progressions really don't seem to ...view item »

The Bluetones
The Garage Years

The Bluetones' first album Expecting to Fly was an impressively fully formed debut full of great songs including the single "Slight Return" and album tracks "Talking to Clarry" and "The Fountainhead." Admitedly they weren't the most innovative bands - their sound was like a jangly 90's version of the Byrds - but they had some success, even knock...view item »

Their Hearts Were Full Of Spring
A Question of Trust

Their Hearts Were Full of Spring- A Question of Trust... 7"/Cds on Marketstall records.... Good solid indie pop tune. The Divine Comedy and Gene immediately popped out at us. An accomplished debut and I'd also like to say the word sturdy....view item »

Misha
Teardrop Sweetheart

Now its New York Duo Misha with their debut album Teardrop Sweetheart. The lads think it sounds like Prince (who apparently is giving his album away free with the sunday papers). Its pretty lovely stuff actually. flowery pop with with electronic beats and analogue keyboards and softly sung male vocals. It sounds really gentle like floating down a s...view item »

Shape of Broad Minds
Blue Experience EP

Shape Of Broad Minds: "Blue Experience ep" Feat. MF Doom (Lex) New on Lex is the first fruits of a collaboration with Philadelphia MC & producer Jniero Jarel, Dr Whodat, teaming up with newcomers Panama Blak, Jaawwad, Rocque One and the immense appearance of the infamous villain MF Doom. Seven tracks plus instrumentals on the vinyl, f...view item »

The Concretes
Oh Boy

If you're into perfect indie pop music which I know some of you reading will be then check out The Concretes new single called Oh Boy. Its decent twee sounding indie pop with some echoey guitars which will make you want to sway from side to side knowingly. For fans of Camera Obscura etc........view item »

Automated Acoustics
Love To The Dedicated Listener

Utterly different, fresh & funky. Imagine if Aphex Twin, Tom Waits, Beethoven, Cylob & Dr. John were in a band together....Amazing. ...view item »

Jack Penate
Torn On The Platform

Now a Jack Penate picture disc which is part 2 of some contrived "set". Not really sure what to say really. Its like a cross between Jamie T with Housemartins style guitar chords (think happy hour). Sounds a bit Finley Quaye. Public school boy busker quips Mingus. So thin and whimsical it floats off our turntable like a frisbee. Torn On T...view item »

Black Strobe
Burn Your Own Church

My introduction to Black Strobe was through the nearly perfect "Chemical Sweet Girl" EP. I'm a huge fan of their combination of vintage 80s synths and a very dark, aggressive sound. My least favorite thing about Black Strobe is definitely Arnaud Rebotini's voice. However, my favourite thing about Black Strobe is Arnaud Rebotini's compositions. U...view item »

Tokyo Mask
Hinterlands

Tokyo Mask: "Hinterlands" is a dark-drone driftwork that develops with the addition of twitchy, dubby rhythms and percussion. At times atmospheric and brooding this collection no doubt needs repeat listens to appreciate the intricate layering and processing used to form this genre straddling production. Almost, at times reminiscent of dub...view item »

The Missing Ensemble
Zeropolis

Low Impedance: The Missing Ensemble: "Zeropolis" is a chiming, droning drift based collection of six pieces ranging from low to high end oscillations. ...view item »

Patron Saints
Fohhoh Bohob

And onto The Patron Saints reissue called Fohhoh Bohob. This one comes on CD and LP with bonus 7". Nice! This is some super rare classic 1969 psych pop album which has been rescued from obscurity and brought to your attention by those nice folks at Time Lag. It's really off kilter sounding psych pop. It straddles genres as well from samba to f...view item »

Elk City
New Believers

Every incarnation of this core pairing (Ray Ketchum and Renée LoBue now with Sean Eden and Barbara Endes) has had the same effect on me. The songs are following me around everywhere I go after just a couple of plays. Elk City's uncanny ability to mix infectious pop hooks with musically challenging arrangements produce a range of interesti...view item »

The Films
Don't Dance Rattlesnake

I happened to stumble upon The Films last month and was very pleased when I heard this album. The album opener, "Good Day" sets an almost bouncy and upbeat tone for the album. The songs that come after follow in the same footsteps of direct and almost hilarious lyrics, very catchy hooks, and some infectious instrumentation. The vocalist is very ...view item »

Popular Workshop
Stutter & Dance

One of my favourite indie things of the week is the POPULAR WORKSHOP single on the Fake Product label. The bottom line on this one is that's it's a just a fuckin' great tune. There's a bit of a Twisted Charm thing going on with the vocals but it's really jerky and at times it's quite Chicago maths rock with hints of ...view item »

Scraps Of Tape
This Is A Copy Is A Copy

The first thing I thought of when the first track on Scraps Of Tape's 'This Is A Copy Is This A Copy' came on was that it reminded me of Isis with it's post metal sound. Later on though things become a lot lighter with hints of Do Make Say Think, Mogwai, Explosions In The Sky etc. So yeah basically a post rock album that's not going to blow your so...view item »

Dandi Wind
Concrete Igloo

Now Dandi Wind... (fart gags going round the office... I shan't be drawn in) with Conc...view item »

Tiny Dancers
Hannah We Know/ I Will Wait For You

I heard Hannah on radio two and thought what a lovely song. I listened to find out who was singing it when i heard it was the Tiny dancers i was very pleased i have been waiting to hear something from since i saw them supporting Richard Ashcroft in Blackpool 2006. Brilliant. I am a fan. ...view item »

They Shoot Horses Don't They
Pick Up Sticks

One of the appealing aspects of They Shoot Horses Don't They's debut album was that it had a carnival sound, offsetting their loose, sort-of-experimental indie rock. This starts off on a pretty good note, with the swaying stompfest of "One Fast Final Push." Unfortunately, they lose that cohesion in the songs that follow, where they erect a chaot...view item »

Fireworks Night
As Fools We Are

Fireworks Night: "As Fools We Are" (Kartel). Their singer sounds like David Bowie in a very croonsome way if you get my meaning. They've been likened to the 'Folknoir' of Bonnie Prince Billy, Joanna Newsom and the emotional theatrics of Grizzly Bear (reviewed above). Their sparse acoustic instrumentation draws you in from the off gatherin...view item »

Jack Penate
Spit At Stars EP

JACK PENATE is a bit all over the place at the mo. You can't move for him. His new single Spit At Stars is a jaunty affair which reminds me of Jamie T,. Billy Brag and some old style jangly indie pop music. Nowt new or exciting if you ask me.... heard it all before.......view item »

Rope, Inc
Songs Of Love And War

This is a collaboration between two American indie music artists Kramer teamed with Matt Menovcik. The music is nothing like what you'd expect of Kramer. There are "beats" and subversive tones that aren't really like anything Kramer's ever done before. Menovcik wrote all the songs, but if you listen to Menovcik's other projects and his solo rele...view item »

Sveldt
Bi-Polar EP

The Sveldt 'Bi-Polar' CD kicks off with 'Hynt' which his a mega uptempo glitchy robotic beat and then lunges into 'Hynt' which is a more chilled melodic electronic cut. Then into some Autechre style noisy industrial sound design with 'Daadrul'. 'Lz-35' gets a bit spannered. Again this is on Airvent Media. ...view item »

Dave House
See That No One Else Escapes

A split, clear pressing 10" on Gravity Dip features Dave House and Jenny Owen Youngs. Two songs each one, Houses' s very Beatlesque, chiming jangly guitars and harmonies. Owens Youngs comes over all singer songwriter, stripped down approach much like Morrisette, Regina Spektor. Second track is a cover of the Nelly hip-hop track ...view item »

Eight Legs
These Grey Days

Eight Legs on Weekender have a 7"/CDs out called These Grey Days and it's more of that chirpy handy sounding indie. The Guitars sound like early Orange Juice... it's got a very classic indie sound....I've heard so much of this stuff lately I have no idea what else I could possibly say about it....view item »

Black Cab
Jesus East

This is an album of quality music with plenty of highlights that show this band is not afraid to move away from a tried and successful formula to create new things and explore new space. All of the guitar work is very impressive, and the musicianship is high calibre stuff. The drums are big and soaked in reverb, in keeping with the overall produ...view item »

Pterodactyl
Pterodactyl

I've been looking and looking for this album for a good long while! I listened to these guys ages ago on some music channel but forgot their name. Their strange sound always stuck with me though. I'm surprised no one else has reviewed this. Pterodactyl is an odd band. In the good way. Their guitars are noisy, the drums are all over and one of th...view item »

Shitdisco
Kingdom of Fear

SHITDISCO: "Kingdom of Fear" on Fierce Panda. There's loads of different coloured flourescent strip lights strewn across the artwork, some manic beats and countless references to that fashionable punk-funk sound with horrible shouting vocals. Some say they're a poor man's LCD Soundsystem. I'd say they're the soundtrack to countless very b...view item »

Turbulence
Do Good

Several of Turbulence's more recent releases had began to have a mechanical feel to them. This includes the X Girlfriend album and especially the Songs of Solomon album, and while Do Good does at times suffer from the stock and trade feel (some of that is due to Brotherman of course), it rises above falling into that category with its timing. Ob...view item »

Dan Sartain
Thought It Over

"Thought It Over", another artist on One Little Indian's roster gaining kudos from Mark Radcliffe on Radio 2. Personally I didn't have to mull over the decision to come and work at Norman Towers, they offered more money than I was already earning so there was no contest, didn't even have to hand in a c...view item »

The Mighty Roars
Daddy Oh

"Daddy Oh" is their third single, this on One Little Indian. Female fronted spiky punk-pop, wailing vocals, rowdy guitars and that!...view item »

Pattie Blingh And The Akebula 5
Sagala

Worthnothings and Olesi were neck-snapping in their originality and execution. This record doesn't hold together as well, seems a little too loose. It would be ridiculous to say the songs are "better" (her songwriting mechanisms elude common theory and this review doesn't provide enough space for a truly genuine deconstruction of it) but I can s...view item »

The Low Lows
Elizabeth Pier

The Low Lows single on Monotreme is a fuzzed out trip through Spacemen 3/ Mary Chain (again) territory. Elizabeth Pier CD single only and rather good we thought. Well early 90's! ...view item »

Wolfgang
Not In love (Not True)

Wolfgang Cds and 7" (on 3 colours of vinyl!) called Not In Love. Nice robot on the sleeve... this is electro indie pop. The vocals are put through some special box which makes 'em sound like they're a robot or something. Most novelty indeed but I'm sure beneath the nuts and bolts there's a heartfelt message there... somewhere......view item »

Great Lakes
Diamond Times

This is a fairly solid album from Great Lakes. The band have loose associations with the Elephant 6 collective (Apples In Stereo, Neutral Milk Hotel, Olivia Tremor Control, Elf Power). There'...view item »

Lonely Boy
.. And Other Tragedies

Next Up On Same label we have LONELY BOY which is a collaboration between ex-Hefner drummer Antony Harding and Norwegian poet Eivind Kirkeby. Now I know the Darren Hayman connection I can hear the similarities. Charming aching soft gentle pop. This is their first combined attempt at wooi...view item »

The Bishops
The Only Place I Can Look Is Down

Now I have The Bishops new 7" on 1234 records. Saw these cheeky chaps live and it was like being in the Cavern all over again. Not the one when Jesus (or someone like that) hid from the Romans .... The Beatles man!! (said in New York accent)... It irritated me at the time actually... they even had the shaky mop...view item »

Mando Diao
Long Before Rock 'n Roll

I've heard a lot of people compare Mando Diao to the Hives, but the only comparison I really see is they're both Swedish and rock bands. Mando Diao-Unbeknownst to the boys in the band, the name means something a bit inappropriate in Chinese. However, who cares when after you hear Long Before Rock n Roll you’ll be thinking about the music. People...view item »

Regina Spektor
Fidelity

Regina Spektor is a really great artist and this song is one of her better ones. She seems to have two types of songs. The ones that are a little weird and and ones that are like this that are a little more serious. The former are great, but I usually prefer the latter. "Fidelity" has a deceptive simplicity with thoughtful lyrics underlying the lig...view item »

Charlotte Hatherley
The Deep Blue

Second solo album from former Ash guitarist/guitarist for hire (Bryan Ferry, Bat for Lashes, KT Tunstall) Charlotte Hatherley, The Deep Blue is not as immediately accessible as her very punk-pop/new wave-ish debut album Grey Will Fade. It doesn't have the quirky radio singles like "Bastardo", "Kim Wilde", and "Summer",...view item »

Output Message
Sommeil (Remixed)

I quite enjoyed that OUTPUTMESSAGE album that came out on Output. Not enough to take one but I was happy that it was on in the background while I constantly confuse myself. Here is a 12" (vinyl only release) which features 5 remixes of Sommeil thanks to those people at Melodic Records.  The mixes aren't really by ...view item »

Mr Hudson & The Library
A Tale of Two Cities

I heard this compared to Bowie with a hint of reggae...maybe so, but I think a more accurate comparison is to Thomas Dolby and Prefab Sprout. In making this analogy, Hudson's album doesn't compare to Sprout's Two Wheels Good - which I personally consider a masterpiece - but does offer a strong set of consistent tunes for those that enjoy the lik...view item »

The Fighting Cocks
Music For Lapdancers

This music goes beyond classification unless "complete and total fun" is now a music genre. The genius combination of all sorts of genres of music and audio clips into something cool and amazing to listen to is no small feat. Not noise, just musical genius. For instance, the first track on this disc "Hellraiser" combines audio clips, punk beats,...view item »

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