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Trick Daddy
Back by Thug Demand

I was ready to stop listening to Trick after that tepid release Thug Matrimony but I decided to give him a chance with this album. The first single Bet That (featuring Chamillionaire) is alright but in comparison to tracks like Tuck Ya Ice (feat Birdman), You Damn Right and Breaka Breaka, it's easily forgotten. If Trick Daddy fans are disappoint...view item »

A Touch of Class
A Touch Of Class Still Sucks

The mixing is tight, there's plenty of energy and it strikes a fine balance between eclecticism and monotony. But in the end, too much of this just seems like uninteresting pop rock fused with dance elements we've heard before. No doubt this album would go over well in a club or at a party because there are plenty of dancers and listeners who wi...view item »

Goldrush
The Heart Is The Place

Sat in a bar somewhere in the sprawl Seville, Spain has become in early 2008, a music loving friend asked me what they best album of the previous year was. The answer I gave him was Goldrush – The Heart Is The Place. Even at the time I was aware that this wasn't because this album is a hidden classic but much...view item »

Superthriller
The Blank Album

Stupid release of the week goes to SUPERTHRILLER who's cunning marketing ploy is thus..... The CD is called The Blank album and it is in fact a blank disc. Bargain oui?? Well inside there's a code for you to download the whole album. So not only do you have to go to the bother of buying the thing.. you then have to go to the bother of downloading i...view item »

Minus The Bear
Interpretaciones Del Oso

It goes without saying that this shouldn't be your first MTB album. Menos is the masterpiece. At the same time, you have to understand this album for what it is: it is a remix album. Tracks 1,2, and 8 are amazing. Then you have the rest. I have no idea what some of these DJs were thinking. Some didn't use any of the words from the originals and ...view item »

Hot Club De Paris
Shipwreck

first up in my fire hazardous hands I have HOT CLUB DE PARIS with 'Shipwreck' It's a pretty fun record with fast intricate bass action with sing along vocals and jerking rhythms and stuff. Seems this sort of thing comes easy to the lads and its got a laid back feel to it that neither strikes the match of joy or bores the bones. Only got o...view item »

Liam Frost & The Slowdown Family
She Painted Pictures

Liam Frost I can't do with either. His new single is called She Painted Pictures and I don't like it at all. It's like Badly Drawn Boy gone wrong. Correctly Drawn Boy perhaps?? Polished pop music and ultimately bland!!...view item »

The Hours
Narcissus Road

This album has some great elements from bands its musicians had formerly played in, as well as new ingredients all of its own. "Narcissus Road" is the single for two summers ago that I never heard. There are songs I like on this album and I mean REALLY like (which is most of them), but there are a couple that I don't really like and I skip every...view item »

The Secret Show
Impressionist Roadmap Of The West

Tracks LOVERS TWO DROWNED RATS IN THE DESERT THE GIRL FROM CHAPEL HILL WE BLAZE A TRAIL IMPRESSIONIST ROAD MAP OF THE WEST THE DUKE MAÑANA THE WIDO OLD BLACKTOP EVERYONE'S A CRITIC THE ONE THAT I LOVE ...view item »

Clouds
Legendary Demo

I really didn't know what to expect from this release honestly, but since I love Cave In, I decided to start checking out the many member's side projects. Adam McGrath's Clouds completely and totally blew me away. They managed to make a pummelling 70's rock album that fuses just enough modern sounds in it to not sou...view item »

David Vandervelde
The Moonstation House Band

David Vandervelde's debut album "The Moonstation House Band" was recorded in ex-Wilco member Jay Bennett's basement studio and released in 2007. The most striking thing about the record is that his voice sounds a lot like Marc Bolan check out "Feet Of A Liar". The music is of a kind of retro '70s singer/songwriter sty...view item »

Sancho
Mystery Year

Seed Records have finally released the SANCHO 'Mystery Year' album after we got a promo of it about 7 months ago. Again this is a slight change in direction for the label with this not being an entirely electronic record. Traditional instruments such as piano, viola, trumpet etc are all augmented and fiddled with and glitched ...view item »

Hollowblue
What You Left Behind

Also on Suiteside is HOLLOWBLUE who have a CD single out called What You Left Behind. This features Anthony Reynolds from Jack and I'm not a massive fan of Jack or this if I'm honest. Consequently I can't think of much to say about it.  I guess it will appeal to folks who like aforementioned Jack band, D...view item »

Honeytrap
The Naked Dancing EP

I'm having to listen to HONEYTRAP's 'Naked Dancing' EP on their Myspace page as the CD is locked in it's sleeve by a cute little love heart wax stamp. The sound quality on these computer speakers isn't great so rather than me waffling on about how tinny it sounds go have listen for yourself on their myspace....view item »

David Karsten Daniels
Sharp Teeth

Not content with one release this week Fat Cat deliver a full length from DAVID KARSTEN DANIELS. The bare bones of 'Sharp Teeth' is one man and his guitar augmented by a more than competent selection of strings, horns, slide guitar, piano, viola, cello, organ, glockenspiel etc. His vocal is tender lyrics sharp and soul search...view item »

The Lucky Sperms
Somewhat Humorous

This is a beautiful return to form for Daniel and Jad, with help from an unknown newcomer named Chris Bultman. A noisier (mostly) acoustic album one could not ask for, from their strange-but-somehow-straightforward retooling of "Ruby Tuesday" to the brilliant clatter of "Pancakes Flop". Reportedly written and recorded during a stay in Daniel's p...view item »

Little Barrie
Love You

LITTLE BARRIE is some funk dude on Genuine Records. Only on his new single Love You he seems to have dropped the funk and gone for an early 60's pop motif. I can't help feeling that if Jamiroquai was any good he'd make records like this. Quite bouncy sounding fun pop tune which doesn't fit in with any current trends. An enormous bonus in my book....view item »

Planningtorock
Have It All Stringed Up

I love that PLANNINGTOROCK album on Chicksonspeed Records. You all largely ignored me though... This new CD Ep (called Have It All Stringed Up) is one of those enhanced jobs that has videos on there well. I believe you need a computer for that. Mind you if you're reading this then you'll probably sorted on that one. A potentiall...view item »

Summer Hymns
Backward Masks

More devoted fans of this indie neo-psych band tied loosely with the Elephant 6 collective (with the inclusion of Derek Almstead [of Montreal, Marshmallow Coast]) should get more out of this CD than I did. I Didn't enjoy this 2006 release as much as I did Summer Hymn's A Celebrity Arm Gesture effort. Simply a bit too light-weight for me. However...view item »

Patrick Wolf
Wind In The Wires

Future generations always will have their whizzkids, some musical prodigy troubadours to produce forward thinking, inventive & thrilling sounds from the stale mire the scene has milked so badly the climate resembles a looted slag heap. Why oh why does Pete Doherty get so many press inches when all he is is a caricature of a fucked up...view item »

Pine Am
Pull The Rabbit Ears

This is the perfect record for nippophiles. PINE*am is three girls from Japan. This is an amazing little record. This band met in Osaka and released their first album in 2000. Now part of the band lives in Vancouver. Some songs have weird synth kiddie sounds like "Pull The Rabbit Ears." But there are some pop elements like on "Starlight, Star Br...view item »

Black Strobe
A Remix Selection

I'm a huge fan of Black Strobe, but their recent decision to feature Arnaud Rebotini's vocals on more and more tracks seems like a mistake. He's clearly a great producer, but his voice is just not up to the task of supporting a song that features vocals as its main source of melody. Tracks like "Me and Madonna" and "Chemical Sweet Girl" work bec...view item »

The Isles
Summer Loans

Don't totally get THE ISLES. Their tunes kinda pass me by in a foot tapping Orange Juice/C86 way. A yank hybrid take on the 80's that i'm sure Voxtrot do better. It's nice music, well done with a bit of soul but the Pixies basslines don't make their schtick any easier to love. I think they're a little airy. Don't...view item »

Swan Lake
Beast Moans

Swan Lake -- for the most part -- delivers, with its weaves of lo-fi fuzz, acoustic guitar and wavery synth. It starts off a little weakly, but quickly gains steam and barrels on like the Decemberists on really good acid. The music itself is a glorious mess of the lo-fi and experimental, dabbling in sing-alongs and poetry recitals. There are rou...view item »

Dave Fischoff
The Crawl

If you appreciate intelligent lyricism in your music, look no further: "A crowd spinning its calligraphy of voices/ surrounds me with its talk. / Strands of conversation unwind/ around my ear like a vine." A former librarian, Fischoff obviously understands poetry and his magical observations about real life read as well as they sound. Fischoff h...view item »

Greenwich Resident
I Hid My Heroes

Next up is a 5 track EP from GREENWICH RESIDENT. 'I Hid My Heroes' immediately makes me think of Badly Drawn Boy albeit slightly more twee and without the Bruce Springsteen obsession. Whether they wear hats all the time I'm afraid I can't tell you. This has commercial appeal as the songs are strong and the production is polished...view item »

Dark Meat
Universal Indians

I give it a 3 1/2 rating. At first, I wasn't sure how to describe Dark Meat's music. But, I guess I'll have to settle for indie / neo-psych. The expanded edition of this CD has the initial eleven tracks + three bonus songs. Not as out-standing as it's follow-up 'Truce Opium' (see my review). Tunes here I got the most out of were "Freedom Ritual"...view item »

The Rivers
Got Something On Me

The Rivers are more much of a muchness indie which is  battering our senses on a daily basis. The thing this has going for it is that it sounds hideously unfashionable which I quite like....catchy enough though....view item »

Dexateens
Teenager

Just got turned on to the Dexateens and this was the first full album I listened to. 8 tracks long but the damn thing doesn't stop to take a breath. Great first album (well recorded first) for any band. They sound loose, edgy and fun as all hell. There is no slow tempo songs on the album at all, just loud guitars driving drums and a billion bass...view item »

Octoberman
These Trails are Old & New

I mistakenly thought this next OCTOBERMAN CD 'These Trails Are Old And New' was by the same dude that has a DIY electronica label of the same name. Nope, It's actually some Canadian guy that creates an accomplished blend of acoustic, singer songwriter music occasionally accompanied with drum machine, mandolin, keys, sax and glockenspei...view item »

Dogs
Soldier On

Now a gang of  5 lads called THE DOGS. Something drives this music...let me think...it's 10 full balls of filthy water.. all spewing out from the dirty dawgs!!! Rock for moments when the testosterone gets too much. Interesting picture on their website autographing...view item »

The Curtains
Calamity

Do you trust me people? Well here I have the fecking album of the month in my painted nails by THE CURTAINS on Asthmatic Kitty. A beautiful, vulnerable, kooky intelligent melody central of an album, with a hook highway driving right through it.  I've been whistling it in the office all week driving everyone mad resulting i...view item »

Orphan Boy
Trophies Of Love

Now ORPHAN BOY are here with 'Trophies of Love' on Concrete recordings and we're continuing along the daft northern rock pub balls up route. Kinda can't be arsed to do any research on them.. maybe i should have a physiological break down...drink lots of lager and then they might just be the best band in the world. 7"/CDs...view item »

Various
Region Zero

We have a few copies of an electronic CD on Boltfish called 'Region Zero' & it sounds like a well rounded & accessible collection of catchy, melodic & chilled IDM. Good quality & fairly enjoyable on initial hearing & with a whole set of virtual unknowns here (the only one we've heard of is Zainetica) you're gua...view item »

Darkel
At The End of The Sky

Now we have a new genre which I will name Powderpuff power pop by one half of AIR and his new project DARKEL. Camper than a boys scouts wet weekend. He certainly knows his way around the studio though and he's no stranger to putting in the hooks (and guide ropes). It's got a bit of George Harrison style guitar in too. 2n...view item »

Dudley Perkins
Come Here My Dear

More laidback funky soul goodness from the expressions 2012 a.u. album cooked up between Madlib and Declaime aka Dudley Perkins. This track carrying a slightly more hip hop flavour with M.E.D guesting and providing a smooth rap midway through. Really this project is all about Madl...view item »

Ali Love
Camera On A Pole

Introducing ALI LOVE and their new 4 track single. I think its all produced by some guy called Ali Love who must recruit band members to play live. It's a weird old release. The 1st song was pretty bland but track 2's gone all funny and PRINCEesque. Now the 3rd song's post modern blues is just him and his guitar yo-da-ladyin...view item »

The Broken Family Band
You're Like A Woman

Not having heard much from these boys I was quite excited by the Cambridge/London outfit. However it's way to rock for me and with the repeated "cigarettes cigarettes cigarettes" drilling in my head its not helping my cast off addiction. It's amazing for an English band to sound so American. Track 3 they hit into some country grove w...view item »

Infantjoy
With

Another Various artists compilation type release then.... This is by INFANT JOY and is cleverly titled 'With' as it's an album of collaborations / revisions / versions and originals. I'm slightly running out of steam here with all these various artists things so I'll tell you what you need to know.... It features all yer favour...view item »

AC Acoustics
Understanding Music

This is one of the most beautiful albums ever released. 'She Kills For Kicks' makes me cry everytime I hear it 'Chinese Summer' has an unbelievable balance of sounds. Subtle lyrics and awesome soundscapes, I really don't understand why the band didn't make it to Radiohead heights as Paul Campion's understanding of music and how to make it is bre...view item »

They Shoot Horses Don't They
Boo Hoo

The circus atmosphere is thick and bright, but all the clatter and smoke never quite pulls itself into a cohesive album. It's fun, but it's only so-so as music. It kicks off with mysterious thumps and carnival music, then the music evens out into a slight but amusing melody, full of horns, bells and wacky wails from the background singers. They emb...view item »

Albert Hammond Jr.
Yours To Keep

I thought this was an excellent album. I am a big Strokes fan, but don't expect Strokes songs. Hammond Jr. goes out in a completely different direction than his efforts with the Strokes, and I feel he succeeded in Yours to Keep. It's a simple, melodic album, that isn't trying to prove anything. It's hard to explain what's good about it, just bec...view item »

Yikes
The Secrets to Superflipping

Brian cranked up the stereo to super loud rocking volume yesterday to the sounds of YIKES. I thoroughly approved as the 'Secrets To Superflipping' EP is a glorious racket made by members of Coachwhips, Pink& Brown, OCS and Big Techno Werewolves. This green vinyl 10" is a totally entertaining blend of wonky g...view item »

Spider & The Webs
Frozen Roses

a 7"/CD by SPIDER & THE WEBS then....On K. nice old skool lo-fi indie pop with female vocals & a bit of DIY soul. 'Frozen Roses' has some charming post Darling Buds-in-a-blender harmonies married with a stuck-in-Oscar-the-Grouch's-bin fuzzy mangled tape production & a guy called Bongos Randy playing ...view item »

Grabba Grabba Tape
Kurt Kobaya Y G.R.O.X.

I hate it when you miss a gig and friends attend only to whitter that it was "possibly one of the best gigs I've ever been to...." etc on your return. I should know. I try do it myself all the time. Hahahaha. Loony Devo inspired Spaniards GRABBA GRABBA TAPE set Phil & Ant's world alight with their D...view item »

Various
Buddyhead Suicide

This isn't the easiest thing to blast at a children's birthday party, but if you're hanging around with people that appreciate all types of "rock" music, this works great. Intense, savage rough bands like The Icarus Line and Your Enemies Friends. Not the cleanest or most friendly music, but you can tell that...view item »

Dan Sartain
Replacement Man / Indian Ink (Toerag versions)

Now on red vinyl 7" I have the new single from DAN SARTAIN. One man and his guitar singing rocking out in a rock-a-billy way with the a skiffle beat and Shadows style lead guitar. He's kept his format simple using his scratchy vocals as the pivot for this 1950's throwback style kickabout. ...view item »

South
Up Close & Personal

Now I have a the new single from Londoners SOUTH on Cooking Vinyl. It's got me in a bit of flap this record because some sections I really like then some sections I hate. Phil has just spouted that they did the sound track for one of my favourite films 'Sexy Beast' so they must have something. They're about supporting ...view item »

The M's
The M's

Melodious vocals by three capable singers, distorted guitars and sometimes trivial lyrics partly describe the retro sound of The M's (Josh Chicoine, Joey King, Steve Versaw and Robert Hicks), but only partly. This is a band that is as capable churning out easy-on-the-ears '60s pop as it is doing hazy ballads, slinky guitar licks next to heavy ri...view item »

Jet
Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

Shine On was Jet's 2nd album and was much more an ode to the Beatles than their previous rock and roll effort. "Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is" re-visits their beginnings with a ball busting chorus, reeling solo and some rare falsetto vocals. The hot Australian rockers may not quite reach the heights of "Are You Gonna Be My Girl" but this is...view item »

Akira The Don
Clones

Clones is a 7" and CD single in by Akira The Don that has a Radioactive Man mix and the coolest pink alien thang on the sleeve. Zane Lowe likes these and other records...........view item »

The London Apartments
Logistics & Navigation EP

THE LONDON APARTMENTS have their debut single out on Beggars Banquet. It's on 12" and CD and it's called Logistics and Navigation. There's your information rush. It's a pleasing drifting affair instantly bringing a more shoegazey Mum to mind. Probably cos of the guy's breathy vocals. I've never heard anyone sound so ...view item »

The Howling Hex
Nightclub Version Of The Eternal

Effortless swagger buoyed with effortlessly amateurish guitar scrawl and rolling grooves. And when I say "effortless playing", I'm talking more about a banging about with childish relish than anything, well, rehearsed. The playing and changes flit with conventional song ideas throughout, but the trio tend to ignore anything resembling an editori...view item »

The Rogers Sisters
The Invisible Deck

On their 2002 debut, Purely Evil, Brooklyn's Rogers Sisters - Jennifer on guitar, Laura on drums, and Miyuki Furtado, who's neither a Rogers nor a "sister," on bass - offered an occasionally thrilling garage-fuzz take on the then-burgeoning spastic Gang of Four-mat. The Invisible Deck is more sonically diverse, and more enticing. You can dance t...view item »

Two Ton Boa
Parasiticide

Sherry Fraser's innovative twin-bass compositions recall Girls Against Boys and (not surprisingly, since John Congleton produced "Parasiticide") The Paper Chase -- dynamic and richly cathartic. Fraser throws in some ingredients entirely her own, as a talented multi-instrumentalist and possessor of a wide and versatile vocal range. Parts of "Para...view item »

Dani Siciliano
Slappers

Dani Siciliano's sophomore outing entitled "Slappers" is an amusing and creative concoction of blips, "everyday" sounds, synth riffs, unintelligle lyrics and siren harmonies that she and hubbie producer, Matthew Herbert are known for. This go round Dani ventures more into experimental territory especially on tracks like the opening "Slappers", "...view item »

Dr Who Dat
Beat Journey

Not had too much Lex stuff recently but now a CD album's landed by DR WHO DAT & I dunno what to say but its jazzy hip hop vibe & clean cut swirling psychedelic summer cocktail lounge vibe is making me wanna do a load of crack in like a big fat gangsta. There's a real cruising in my red hot convertible down country lanes...view item »

Dustins Bar Mitzvah
Kick Him Out

Keith Urban has just come up in conversation.... Now there's a name. Fancy having Urban as your surname. Makes everything else seem shit now doesn't it. You'll be rushing off to deed poll to get your name changed. DUSTIN'S BAR MITZVAH have a new 7" out called Kick Him Out on Hungry Kid Records. Punky indie pop which is abo...view item »

Cerys Matthews
Never Said Goodbye

Now you wouldn't think I'd be a big fan of CERYS MATTHEWS probably? Well I'm not really but I've been utterly charmed by her new album. Never Said Goodbye is chocca full of big poppy folk twinged tunes with a massive Dave Fridman style drum sounds. At times it's quite commercial and mainstream and at others it's quite adventurous ...view item »

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