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N Lannon
Chemical Friends

This is an incredible album that just gets better and better every time I listen to it! It ranges from heartbreaking to groovy to sort of spacey and atmospheric, moving through songs in a way that flows but also brings surprising twists and turns. He's a great songwriter with a voice that is intimate and humble. It’s a must-have for fans o...view item »

Har Mar Superstar
Dui

Everyone's favourite sex dwarf is back with a new single. Yep fresh from his appearance in the Starsky & Hutch film Har Mar Superstar is back with a new single Dui. Christ this sounds like Musical Youth. And I like Musical Youth as well. I heard Pass The Dutchie last week which brought back loads of memories. Them were ...view item »

Hell Is For Heroes
One Of Us

Why are Hell Is For Heroes releasing a CD single on a tiny label (Captains of Industry) when I thought they were on a big fat major bloodsucking bastard label? A 2 track single with a rough version of 'One Of Us' that doesn't sound too rough. Emo-ish Brit nu-indie-metal. You get the picture. Anthemic & heavy. Grinding along in...view item »

The Futureheads
The Futureheads

I know many may want to lump these guys into the current group of suspects of late 70's/80's post punk (Franz Ferdinand, Killers, Interpol, etc.) but I believe they stand apart. The influences I hear are XTC,The Jam, Gang of Four, Ramones, maybe a bit of the Psychedelic Furs. Though they have elements of these bands, they add thundering back beat d...view item »

Ella Guru
The First Album

I have no time for bands who name themselves after songs and Ella Guru are no different. The name suggest some kind of alignment to Beefheart and er interesting challenging music but other than an out of place and slightly embarrassing guest spot from ex Magic Band member Jimmy Carl Black this album couldn'...view item »

Hearts Of Darknesses
Music For Drunk Driving

Sometimes it's hard to explain why you're drawn to a band, particularly when you can't even describe the music. I'm trying to answer the question, "What does Hearts of Darknesses sound like?", and I'm not sure I can use musical terms. The words that come to mind are explosive, destructive, raw, exposed. Frank Vincent Musarra doesn't adhere to any...view item »

I Am The World Trade Center
The Cover Up

I think The Cover Up is I Am The World Trade Center's best album, though that's not saying too much. This is mostly because it's their most accessible. It also contains way better songs than on their previous albums which were mostly pretty terrible. The songs are kind of a guilty pleasure and relatively cheesy, but there are many interesting aspec...view item »

Xela, Bauri, Pluxus, Various
Skane Revisited

First up is a compilation of electronica from New Speak Records of Sweden. It's pretty melodic stuff featuring tracks by Xela, Pluxus, Bauri and a whole load of folks I know nothing about. It's pleasant enough stuff but we've heard it before haven't we.......view item »

Dios
Dios

It seems every week I have to review another record by Dios. Here they are with their debut full length. This either sounds like/doesn't sound like Grandaddy depending on which Norman Records staff member you ask. It has that laid back West Coast thing going on  - a bit of Flaming Lips here and there.  Pleasant ...view item »

Disjunction Reunion
Modernism For Newborns

Disjunction Reunion. Mellow Paradinas-isms, great breaks, dark synth washes, twinkly water music touches & what we have is another CD that bears repeat listening for deffo. Has a track called "Arse/Face Uplink" which being the child I am, really appeals....view item »

The Cardigans
My Favourite Game

“My Favourite Game” from their 1998 album “Gran Turismo” was the song that sent The Cardigans stratospheric after their earlier success with “Lovefool”. It is a catchy song with a pretty cool riff (although I think I’ve heard it enough now, thanks), but its video probably played just as big a part in its...view item »

Selfish C*nt
Authority Confrontation

I've landed the new Selfish C@!!!!t single. Oh for fuck's sake. I'm quitting. To be absolutely fair, this is better than the last one. Which to be honest was the worst record ever. I really pitied everyone who bought it. They seem to have put some effort into the beats this time. Half decent electro ov...view item »

Kidz with Toyz
U Can't C Me!

After that heartwarming blip we're back to the dross. Not really.  Here is Kids with Toyz which is yet another bootleg of the White Stripe's Seven Nation Army this time with some rapping over the top and some kids singing. Is there anything worse that kids singing on records?  - I'm looking at you, Badly Drawn Boy. I hav...view item »

The Eighties Matchbox B-line Disaster
I Could Be An Angle

And finally, my single of the week. Not from a band you'd expect me to rate that highly to boot! The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster have quietly been entertaining me for a couple of years now but I've kept it quiet for fear of mirthsome chuckling & prodding from my cynical, jaded colleagues who only listen to high pitched sonic do...view item »

Terra Diablo
Satellites

Here's a new single by Terra Diablo. Its a big exciting rock thing. It sounds pretty decent for that kind of thing. There's a bit of Mansun/Tears For Fears in the melody. Yep there's nowt wrong with a bit of Tears For Fears. Yep its good this. I like the guitars on this there all slightly discordant yet melodic. The ...view item »

Rainer Maria
Anyone In Love With You (Already Knows)

This is another emo band that have done really well gathering a following. I never understood what this kind of emo is - you have to be about sixteen, I guess. Led by the manic punk guitar of Kyle Fischer, the poetic bass and vocals of Caithlin De Marrais, and Texas Radio Big Beat of drummer William Kuehn, the band's energy echoes back to Paul W...view item »

The Zutons
Remember Me

I'm rapidly becoming a fan of the Zutons. I was perusing my 7"'s the other week (fnar) and I was amazed at the amount of Zutons 7"'s I had. I must be a fan and I didn't really know. They don't half know how to write flipping good tune and this is them getting it on in that Zutons quirky Mersey ish way. . Crackin' s...view item »

Kill Memory Crash
Never Forget

One of my records of last year was the stunning Kill Memory Crash E.P. on Ghostly International. Warped & uber-dark (as my friend aNt would say) tech-electro. Well there's a 2 track 12" out on the same label featuring the stomping "Never Forget" & a remix of "Technasty" from the E.P. This is the kind of p...view item »

Subsoniq
Not Responding

And then we're treated even more with this marvelous CD from Israel by Subsoniq. One of the finest instrumental hip hop derived albums to arrive in our post bag for yonks. Reminiscent, in parts, of the amazing Abstrakt Keal Agram CD from 3 years ago, here we have dark sonic structures underpinned by some wildly i...view item »

Circus Vs Andre Afram Asmar
Gawd Bless Faceless Cowards

Mush (a division of Dirty Loop Music - whatever that is) has released some good records in its time and some terrible ones. Which category will this Circus vs Andre Afram Asmar fit into? It sounds very dubby. Its like dub hop! That's the new phrase. I quite like this on first listen. It fits right in to the Anticon...view item »

The Good Life
Lovers Need Lawyers

Tim Kasher once again displays his well seasoned song writing ability in Lovers Need Lawyers. The album is another chronicle of the trials and tribulations of his relationships and ongoing self inventory as an entertainer. For the Love of the Song and Leaving Omaha display the raw melodies and smooth song writing many have come to enjoy from The...view item »

Sounds Like Violence
The Pistol

Another exciting band from the good people at Deep Elm. Sounds Like Violence hail from Sweden and represent their country well. Grittily sung, sometimes shouted, lyrics with an almost sad, but frustrated undertone. Some say the vocals have to be "gotten used to" but I disagree. I cant quite compare Sounds Like Violence to any other band I've hea...view item »

The Dismemberment Plan
People's History

The Dismemberment Plan were a great band. I say were as they've split up now. Another one gone. They've got a remix CD out. It has remixes by no-one I've ever heard of apart from Cex. It sounds very interesting. Its not your usual remix thing. Its not a promotional device. Some of the people who have done r...view item »

Slicker
We All Have A Plan

The album as a whole is a bit messy, but with some bright spots here and there. With We All Have a Plan, Slicker seems to take a much more pop direction with the vocals, although it's very IDM-influenced pop. "God Bless This Mess, This Test We Pass" has a moody underpinning with the mournful horn, while the hip-hop of "When The Dog Goes Lame" is sp...view item »

The Red Thread
Tension Pins

This CD is so very pretty. It hasn't left my car in a while. I can't really define what it sounds like, because there seems to be a plethora of styles and influences, but it all comes together in a perfect sound on this album. I hear early REM, Elliott Smith, ...view item »

Ikara Colt
Wake In The City

Ok you had better be listening to me this week or there'll be trouble. Don't listen to the NME cos they're sycophantic bastards who destroy music. I know the score. Like this 'ere new single by Ikara Colt. It's just fabbo. A dark slice of spiky new wave that'll shit on the heads of most bands. The drummer has more talent in his left arm...view item »

White Light Motorcade
Thank You Goodnight!

White Light Motorcade are more bad rock. Sort of a cross between BRMC, The Datsuns and Feeder. Fuck me I'm being inspired this week. No wonder I'm feeling jaded with it all. Probably quite distracting in a live environment but not exactly original. Or good. Or exiting. This is a CD...view item »

Modey Lemon
Thunder & Lightning

The Modey Lemon are one of the heaviest bands now playing. This is their second record and it has a real Pittsburgh steel and Black Sabbath influence to it. I love the way the guitar and synth mix into almost one instrument and the drummer is incredible. At the time this was made, they were still a 2 man show, but I hear they have a 3rd member now,...view item »

Josh Martinez
Buck Up Princess

Josh frequently indulges in his vices of choice like drugs and alcohol as part of the album's themes, but he also laments these bad habits, and loathes his lazy lifestyle. "Rainy Day" seems to encompass all of Josh's misgivings with the way his life plays out, and is one of the strongest tracks. It along with "Forged," is produced by Mcenroe and fe...view item »

Azita
Life On The Fly

Azita does not have a good singing voice, but sings with complete understanding of this. The irony of her doing a singer/songwriter album with such a flat, limited vocal range actually adds to a lot of the numbers; There is a certain discomfort to these songs, the sense that life can go wrong at any minute, and the awkwardness of her voice really e...view item »

FZV
Precedent

Brand new FZV CD on much hyped AI Records of London. Yes believe the hype cos if you buy into it your life will improve, members of the opposite (or same sex?) will find you more attractive, you'll become more successful at work, more popular with friends and you'll have pots more cash. Though god knows why cos it's painfully aver...view item »

The Cardigans
Erase/ Rewind

“Erase/Rewind” was the second single to be released from The Cardigans fourth album “Gran Turismo”. It was the follow-up to the incredibly popular single “My Favourite Game” in comparison it was a slow burner, more understated. The all important video wasn't quite as edgy either. However, it was still rather c...view item »

Future Ex Wife
While Your Husband's Away

Here's the brand new CD from Future Ex Wife which is ex Groop Dogdrill (I think). This is noisy Chicago-style rock. Think Penthouse, Helmet or Groop Dogdrill. They're  full of beans this lot. while Your Husbands Away is a CD thing...view item »

Braer Rabbit
Fat Content Trace

Also bloody nifty is the new Braer Rabbit 12" , "Fat Content: Trace". Always one step ahead of any competition, this Brighton 2 piece comprise Puffin Boy & Tiny Hunter & make this kind of jaw dropping hypnotic future disco that transcends the constraints of the Electro genre. In the words of the boys...view item »

Rainer Maria
Long Knives Drawn

I have been a Rainer Maria fan for about a year now and I must say that Long Knives Drawn may be their best one to date. Although their previous two have their moments of absolute genius ("Feeling Neglected" from Look Again steals the show) I have to admit that there are also places where I skip to the next song. Purely lyrical songwriting is al...view item »

Trans Am
TA

Trans Am- new album TA More of the same but tongue firmly wedged in electro 80's cheek. It's not as good as previous releases...view item »

Cody ChesnuTT
The Headphone Masterpiece

“The Headphone Masterpiece” is a paradoxical lo-fi R&B album that sprawls through 36 tracks on two discs. Cody ChesnuTT recorded his debut on a four-track recorder which gave his soulful leanings an original twist. Guided By Voices having a stab at Al Green or Marvin Gaye songs, if you like. My...view item »

The Recoys
Rekoys

This is a very cool rock record featuring Hamilton Leithauser and Peter Bauer of the Walkmen. Recorded in the late 90s, it wasn't released on CD until 2003. The music is not too far removed from the Walkmen, 60s influenced garage rock but with far less organ and piano. "Song of the Paper Dolls" is a great opener, showcasing Leithauser's slurred voc...view item »

Via Tania
Under A Different Sky

The dreamlike nature of Under a Different Sky is led by the sultry singing style of Tania May-Bowers. Although her singing can sometimes come across as passive, it can also be very genuine and satisfying. Imagine Martina Topley-Bird (back-up vocalists for Tricky) and Macy Gray singing you sophisticated, yet depressive, lullabies about love and loss...view item »

Hakan Lidbo
Clockwise Rmxs EP

With the Clockwise single, Håkan Lidbo gets worked over well, with the original getting across the twitchiness of time-keeping, incorporating environmental fragments into the groove. Si Begg takes things slightly deeper, while Matthew Dear approaches the track in a slightly smoother direction, even if the...view item »

The Mendoza Line
Fortune

Being a baseball fan, the name of the band struck me right away. Reading the credits a few familiar names jumped out at me. Of course there are many other artists you will hear when you listen to these songs --- what band isn't shaped by the music they grew up on? --- but the Mendoza Line have distilled all those influences and created a sound t...view item »

Thomas & Sampson
When The Lower Resembles The Higher

When The Lower Resembles The Higher is candy coated pop that makes me want to jump-rope down the interstate. Here we have loops, guitars, and synthesisers burping out undeniable hooks. Finally, Thomas & Sampson sing heartfelt love songs above the music, with a voice that seems ready to crack and fall apart if the listener moves from their se...view item »

Icewater Scandal
No Handle

This album reminds me of Rodan's album Rusty, in that it only has six songs (two of which are shorter than 3 minutes, while the other four all run over seven minutes), and the style of music isn't too dissimilar. They used to be called AM Radio, and I kinda disliked the song I heard from them under that name. I decide...view item »

Andrew Duke
Take Nothing For Granted

Andrew Duke is a prolific chap. We have 3 CDs in on his own Cognition Audioworks imprint & it's slo-mo minimalist crackle, staticky fuzz 'n' treated beats ago-go. Not particularly endearing to these ears but for lovers of avant garde electronics, this man may be the new Fennesz or summat. ...view item »

The Stills
Changes Are No Good

Everyone tells me The Stills rock, man - they're the new Interpol. Yeah I suppose so  -its like Interpol crossed with Coldplay and  I don't mean that as a put down just that it has that kind of vocal. Anyway its over a number of formats and its really cheap so you can decide....view item »

Panic DHH
Panic Drives Human Herds

Panic Drives Human Herds is an amazing work of industrial metal. It's actually a pretty good mix of industrial styles. It's got subtle elements of einsturzende neubauten and SPK in there, while having some innovative power-noise and aggrotech in there. The metal bits fit in very well and never feels like they're writing a metal song and throwing...view item »

Traject
Strengir Hrynja

If you fancy yer beats more scuzzy, like sleepy Autechre being dragged through a malfunctioning electronic hedge backwards, then Spezial Materials have kindly unleashed this here CD/LP by Traject, snappily titled 'Strengir Hrynja'. Dark & crunchy stuff indeed. Stretched beats & sinister atmos...view item »

Joy Zipper
Baby You Should Know

That woman from Joy Zipper is always waving her fucking breasts around.  Well they have to do something to attract attention as no matter how much the mainstream music press says this is the best music ever it still sounds to me like a My Bloody Valentine cast off before Kevin Shields snorted hi...view item »

John Wilkes Booze
Five Pillars of Soul

For a compilation of five mini-albums, it's quite uneven. The songs meander between 'one night with beer and a box of old records' to a 'day in daddy's garage'. I can't help but feel that the bunch that makes up JWB hides behind a veil of bamboozled faux-homogeny. I don't mean to rag too much on them. It's impressive that they're trying hard to ...view item »

Ghost Exits
Cincinnati Riot Blues

Ghost Exits completely rip off Grandmaster Flash on the Cincinnati Riot Blues EP, the 4th in this spellbinding & eclectic series. Old school hip hop influences with strictly nu-artskool attitude. I can't really start to understand what's going on at this strange little label. This is what ARE Weapons...view item »


Fuzzy Boombox Vol 2

peaking of fuzz, we have a compilation here called Fuzzy Boombox volume 2. There's tracks from Orange Cake Mix, Flowchart, Ma Cherie for Painting, Amp, (the magnifique) Velma and Aarktica. So you know the type of thing....view item »


When The Sky Color Changes

Our Israeli friends AK Duck have sent us a nice compilation of home grown electronica. 'When The Sky Color Changes Ducks Automatically Escape' is 13 tracks of fresh IDM from the middle east so if you get into this imprint you can really bore yer mates down the pub just how pan-global your music taste is. Featurin...view item »

Cerberus Shoal
Bastion Of Itchy Preeves

Cerberus Shoal's Bastion of Itchy Preeves has it all! From odd Balinese gamelan rhythms to King Crimson's prog rock jams to Cromagnon's hippie freakouts to Animal Collective's organic campfire ditties. As far as the overall sound goes, they...view item »

The Paper Chase
What Big Teeth You Have

The Paper Chase- What Big Teeth You Have... brand new single (CD on Southern). Very Chicago sounding but with a massive Bright Eyes influence in both the vocals and the use of piano. Angry and edgey sounding but ace. me like big....view item »

The Mendoza Line
When You're Not Around

The Mendoza line - a band named after a baseball term denoting the lowest rung of mediocrity. Certainly one of the most misleading titles in Rock - next to the Queers. They sing direct, touching, songs, but with a polish and refinement not often seen in the world of lo-fi. This album should have been big in the indie world. A beautiful masterpie...view item »

Her Space Holiday
My Girlfriends Boyfriend

Her Space Holiday write great songs that are ruined by the singer's insistence on droning on and on  about how terrible his life is and how much better it would be if the rock critics stopped bothering him  - (you're in a band  - what the hell did you expect?). Anyway there's a new single out which has a great little song...view item »

Rusuden
Formulae

On Sonic Terror is a fine CD by Rusuden called 'Formulae' which takes the prettier, more chilled out route into our hearts. Reminiscent of recent releases on AI & the like, we have 12 quality tracks with titles along the line of 'Membrane' & 'Plankton'.  Super...view item »

Summer Hymns
Value Series Vol. 1: Fool's Gold

Also from Athens, Georgia are Summer Hymns. This is lazy summery mid fi pop a bit like Grandaddy or The Witch Hazel Sound - 60's sounding with horns and wierd noises. This is nice enough but it could be a bit more exciting One for slow summer afternoons I think. On Misra....view item »

Winston Echo
When Will We Commute Like The Jetsons Did?

Next up is a 3" CD by Winston Echo which is winsome acoustic pop like a young  and lively Television Personalities. Kind of all over the place but not without the all important entertainment value. On Undereducated Music. ...view item »

Bobby Conn & The Glass Gypsies
The Homeland

Bobby Conn. A silly little man who irritates me without me having ever heard a record by him or seen him play. How does he manage it?  The first song sounds a bit like The Monkees. The rest is utterly horrid. How does a record sound dated on the day of release? Its some achievement. On Thrill Jockey...view item »

The Mood Elevator
Married Alive

My introduction to Mood Elevator was the excellent "Boycott" video that I saw on YouTube. I noticed Brendan Benson on guitar, and had to investigate further as Benson is one of my favourite artists. The songs here are very good. Mostly rocky stuff, interspersed with mellow numbers that build to a crescendo. My favourites are "Boycott" as I love ...view item »

Spark
The Robotic Girl Next Door

Next up Spark with 'The Robotic Girl Next Door'. . Anyway this is crunchy electronic music. Its quite original sounding  - there's some great beats and complicated but catchy electronics whizzing over the top. Sometimes I'm unsure whether the world needs anymore electronic music  - I'm sure there is an EU ele...view item »

Numbers
Numbers Life

I do like this new Numbers Life CD on Artrocker recs. Spiky, angular new wave pop which will appeal to the Erase Errata fans amongst us. Lo fi scratchy sounding guitars with shouty muffled vocals and a dash of electro. Utter class......view item »

The Buddy System
Application

And finally from for the week there's the debut CD album by The Buddy System on U Cover recs called Application. You may remember them having a track on a split single on Awkward Silence. This is interesting electronica with some very good bits in but also a fair few noodly bits in. Well worth a listen ...view item »

Yuppie Flu
Food For The Ants

Yuppie Flu have a new single out on Homesleep and it's unmistakably them. They do the whole catchy Pavement(y) pop as good as the next Joe Schmo. Another fine example of how to make decent indie guitar tunes. Food For The Ants is CD only tigers.......view item »

Hillyer
Dancing Pig Song

Dancing Pig Song by Hillyer. This is crazy fucked up noise featuring cows, trumpets, chainsaw's and wind turbines. File under: avant garde noise. Limited to 100 copies on 3" CD. For fans of VVM, scraping noises., etc........view item »

Sammo Hung
Stand Up & Swear

Brian really likes  the new Sammo Hung CD on No Danger but he's too busy tapping away on his keyboard over there to write anything so his words are coming through me....I hear the words Yeah Yeah Yeah's. ....Pretty Girls Make Graves....and Siouxie and the Banshees....hope that help...view item »

Gerard Collier
Breakin' Down

Gerald Collier is simply a great singer-songwriter. His lyrics are just as brutally honest as they get - very disturbing actually. A line like, "I was up thinking to myself last night/ how much better I'd be if I'd have shot her on sight/ how much warmer I'd be between my sheets/ with the blood of her body washed all over me", really separates itse...view item »

The Gay
You Know The Rules

What happens when you put together folks from Maow, Superconductor, Vancouver Nights, The Tennessee Twin, Kreviss, and others? You get The Gay, a five-piece co-ed fun-pop outfit high on harmonies and bliss (and probably drugs too); especially as the band features an accordion (and someone playing it) Produced and re...view item »

Bizz Circuits
The Very Best Of..

The Very Best Of.. boasts a humongous list of musical artists -- although you have to wonder how many of them truly influenced this collection. Certainly, the minimalists and the microtonal experimentalists show their hand here (listen to the cool bleeps and dub beats on "Gilles Deleuze Meets Rockers Downtown" or the slow, skittering percussion on ...view item »

Black Nielson
The Human Strain

Black Nielson also have a dead limited release, this time a 3" CD on Oxford's Truck label. Limited to 250 & mail order only. Here's 4 tracks of swirling, anthemic indie & dreamy acoustic introspection which I think Truck do best. Think along the lines of Goldrush & the like. Track 4...view item »

Kruton
World Of Bauxite

12" by Kruton. It has drums on it and wibbly sounds.The drums are playing a fairly regimented beat, very well disciplined. The wibbly bits are also well disciplined. They haven't made an audible error yet and we're about 3 and a half minutes in. On the second track the drums are more staccato and are joined ...view item »

The 55's
Before The Judge Turned Us To Shadow

The 55's are a new band from Scotland I think.  Anyway they have quite a lively 4 track CD out which recalls bits of The Clash and the singer sounds not unlike Johnny Rotten on the first track. Catchy punky pop with harmonies, maybe a bit like Idlewild or an REM that never esc...view item »

Skanfrom
Hand Picked Fragments

In on Suction is a new Skanfrom LP which is a hybrid of Kraftwerk/ Boards Of Canada with a vulgar 80's pop twist. Bits sound like early Depeche Mode (the music that is) and it's all very melodic but I can't do with the 80's sounds. Hand Picked Fragments is all very tuneful and probably ...view item »

Fort Lauderdale
Pretty Monster

How a band as sumptuous, eclectic and inventive as Fort Lauderdale could be overlooked is a mystery. From the opening, kooky, red-herring "Insane Overdrive" through to elegiac, Eno-esque closer "Pretty Monster" this album shows much invention, poise and beauty. The playing is tight and funky (see "Sexy Creature" a 2 minute instrumental that fuse...view item »

The Speaking Canaries
Get Out Alive The Last Type Short

The Speaking Canaries are a steel city supergroup, boasting members of the best bands from the 90's indie circuit. Their songwriting has taken such a huge leap forward from Songs for the Terrestrially Challenged that at times it doesn't even sound like the same band. Whereas the former spends a lot of time showcasing musical chops, "Get Out Aliv...view item »

Total Shutdown
The Album

Total Shutdown. Bet  you've never heard of 'em? They're on Tigerbeat 6 and Load Records. This particular release is on Tigerbeat 6 (as it's a CD) and the vinyl comes out on the fucking noisy Load label. This is mental type thrash metal gear in yr Extreme Noise Terror vein. O...view item »

The Singles
Better Than Before

More Detroit rockers with a certain Livepudlian fixation. But don't mistake The Singles for The Forty-Fives or The Sights, even though they share a producer in Detroit 'scenester' Jim Diamond. This motor-city four-piece stand out by imagining garage rock as being solely inspired by the George songs on the early Beatles albums. It is hardly impor...view item »

E*Rock
Conscious

After being turned on to Portland's Audio Dregs label, I had to check this guy out. Meet Eric Mast aka E-rock, older brother of Evan Mast aka E-vax who you may know as one half of the popular electronic rock duo, Ratatat (lord only knows what those guys are doing these days). It took me a...view item »

The Electric Soft Parade
The American Adventure

Here's the new one from The Electric Soft Parade. Really not my thing again. The American Adventure does sound much better than their last effort -there's some interesting song structures & stuff but there again,  there's some terrible thumping 4/4 rock and ropey ballads. Hmm I'd like a bit more time wit...view item »

Funeral For A Friend
She Drove Me To Daytime Television

Funeral For A Friend... new single on Infectious... 2 CD's and a 7". Kind of Emo ish. Don't do it for me but it sounds pretty polished and probably right up someone's street. Am just not young or spotty enough.... She Drove Me To Daytime Television is out now released on a plethora of formats..... ...view item »

Bugz In The Attic
Fabriclive 12

Hands down, this Bugz collection has to be one of the nicest mixes I've heard in a long time. When you put the chilled breakbeats, percussive rap, house, and funked up remixes together the flow is unbelievable. Some of the standout tracks are "Focus - Having your Fun", "Seiji ft. Lyric L - Loose Lips", and the re-edit of "N'dambi's - Call Me". T...view item »

Children's Hour
SOS JFK

More niceness from The Childrens Hour on Rough Trade. A lady singing, just guitar and a few assorted odds and ends. Very quiet..... Sos Jerk is CD only...view item »

Jetplane Landing
Calculate The Risk

Jetplane Landing return with a shouty , noisy CD single called 'Calculate The Risk'. I remember these guys sounding like Pavement but these days they're a lot tauter & rockier, like they've been listening to Fugazi or summat. Jolly fine stuff chaps!...view item »

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