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Tim Burgess
I Believe

Tim Burgess is the man from The Charlatans who is now an American. He's teamed up with Linus From Hollywood (made a couple of average power pop records a few years ago). This record soaks up the California west coast vibe even going as far as to employ pony tailed coke addled session  musicians....view item »

DJ Broken Window
Parallel Universe #2

Who loved that last DJ Brokenwindow  CD, 'Parallel Universe'? Well we have Volume 2 in now! A most intriguing collection of layered and mixed hip hop, funk, eighties electro/pop with splashes of jazz & easy listening & allsorts! It even explains how he did it all in the inlay! It looks a right pain in...view item »

The Electroluvs
Mk.1

A CD by The Electroluvs has arrived on my desk which appears, not surprisingly, to be electro inspired pop of varying quality (some not so hot, some ok) with some ropey vocals in places redeemed by the fine warblings of the 'la la la' variety from the lovely Kaye Brewster on 1 track. Some may remember her f...view item »

The Grim Northern Social
Urban Pressure

Grim Northern Social have a fair enough stadium indie tune out on One Little Indian this week called 'Urban Pressure' which sounds like a cross between prime time Pulp & The Verve or summat. No prizes for originality but it's a well crafted song with a bit of character. Awful na...view item »

Bitmap
Alpha Beta Gamma

Sometimes we're a bit slow at the towers. Yep we're honest as the day is long as well. A CD will come in and will sell like crazy yet it has slipped us by. A good example is the Bitmap which has been selling in droves. Its a guy from Salako and a collaborator of Fonda 500 apparently. I thought this...view item »

Mikrofisch
Gleichstrom Wechelstrom

Next on Keplar a funny CD by Mikrofisch. This is fairly impressive also but falls somewhere towards the Kanda bracket of girl boy tweeness and guitars mixed with electronics into an unfathomable pie. They do covers of that old timer Morrissey. I'm not a musical snob (are you sure? -Fats...view item »

Viza-Noir
No Record

First up Viza Noir. We have a full length and a CDEP by this group. They provide us with an excellent brand of post-hardcore, tight, angular catchy rock. Hints of Q and not U and Paper Chase but with the sleight of hand of an Interpol or a (insert post rock type band like Unwed Sailor or ...view item »

Ancient Greeks
The Song Is You

Ancient Greeks. Cue man with high voice singing jazz tinged opus's in the manner of Sea and Cake dilly dallying with Brit hopefuls Athlete. (Brian's comparison not mine). The Song Is You is on CD and LP...view item »


Brutal Police Menace

Now for a load of NOISE! Firstly, I'll tell you about the Brooklyn Beats compilation, 'Brutal Police Menace' which is a project reacting to the more inhuman, renegade elements of the NYPD. Compelling, intriguing and quite possibly insane, this is breakcore & experimMENTAL electronics NY style. Includes Net...view item »

Fruit Bats
Mouthfuls

Fruit Bats released the gloriously melodic folk rock album “Mouthfuls” in 2003. Eric D. Johnson’s nasal voice is reminiscent of antipodean acts such as Tall Drawfs and Grant McLennan of The Go-Betweens. “Rainbo...view item »

Paradise Island
Lines Are Indefinitely Fine

Paradise Island is Jenny from Erase Errata. This is her side project,.'Lines Are Infinitely Fine' is her lp & it sounds like mesmerising lo-fi electro folk noise to me. It's really nice to see where a superb band like EE get a quarter of thier ideas from & I can see where the inspiration...view item »

Ash
Goldfinger

When I was teenager and britpop was riding high, 1977 by Ash was one of those must-have albums. It was full of classic hits, like Girl From Mars, Oh Yeah and Angel Interceptor. Goldfinger was the best though, full of teen angst and future hopes - a timeless classic that takes me back everytime I hear it. The song itself to me is abour being lock...view item »

Tahiti 80
Wallpaper For The Soul

I've always considered Tahiti 80 to be a kind soft power pop band. Brilliant songs like “Hey Joe” from their “Puzzle” LP certainly fit into that category. “Wallpaper For The Soul” is the follow-up to “Puzzle” and after the first couple of tracks I didn’t really...view item »

The Starvations
Get Well Soon

This a great rock band from LA whose sound is a fantastic collage of the Pogues, Gun Club, and 16 Horsepower: The drunken despair and bravado of the Pogues, the intensity and rawness of the Gun Club, with the haunting tortured vocals reminiscen...view item »

Cabrini
Show Offs Get Hurt

Lastly back to the increasingly fine Red Square, who bring forth a CD by Cabrini, entitled 'Show offs get hurt' More lovely old skool indie of The Go-Between's/Field Mice variety. Not as twee as expected but still as pretty as you like. 11 tracks of cheery, summery pop to brighten up thos...view item »

The Tall Boy
Goes On

555/Red Square Records of wherever it is the boy Anderson has settled himself and wife Jen (Flagstaff, Arizona!) have a batch of lovely new CDs ready for sale from the good ship Norman! Firstly Red Square release The Tall Boy's 'Goes On' long player which combines pretty summery pop with ...view item »

Papa November
From The Start Line

Papa November seems to be fairly poor trip hop lite and something resembling a bad version of the last Goldfrapp album. From The Start Line is CD only on Bearos....view item »

You Am I
'No After You Sir..' An Introduction To -

If you're going to put time and effort into becoming a fan, 'No, After You Sir...' really is the place to start. This is a fine collection of You Am I's songs, and a pretty good representation of what they are about. The only complaints I can offer are that the song 'Damage' is missing (a truly beautiful song) and that the band's first album "So...view item »

The Grim Northern Social
Honey

The Grim Northern Social are a new band and they have a single out on One Little Indian. This really sounds like someone....who is it.....???..... god knows..... I can't remember. This is yr bog standard ten a penny indie rock type nonsense. The boys have done all the good stuff this week and le...view item »

Mos Eisley
The Get Up Set

Mos Eisley sounds like a rapper but it's an indie tune of the quality Byrds/60s variety so it must be a band. The get Up Set is chocca full of great tunes and pop hits and Id like to think they'd get quite popular but it's just not gonna happen.... shame! It's CD only on Beautiful Pigeon Records and it's wel...view item »

Royal City
Alone At The Microphone

This is a Canadian indie-folk group with some very catchy songs and occasionally morbid and interesting lyrics - the guitar and banjo are prevalent - the songs are familiar sounding yet original - the vocalist doesn't have the prettiest voice, it's rather flat sounding actually, but he carries off the songs well with a grace and deadpan type of hum...view item »

S Prcss
MMNL

S Process is reminiscent of that late 70s art-punk sound but they aren't trying to be Wire or Gang of Four, they definitely have their own sound. S Process KNOWS how to incorporate the disco/synth stuff, unlike the Gang of Four. Riffs, beats, lines and vocals are all hot, simultaneously stimulating your brain and your feet. The production on this a...view item »

Radio Vago
Black & White Photo Enterpirse

More cool Yank rock in this week with a mini album by the badly monikered Radio Vago who look terrible, have a sulky looking girl singer who sounds like Hazel O'Connor and the music is strange new wave rock. Think Siouxie & The Banshees crossed with Toyah having bricks hurled a...view item »


Channel 2

Another well good CD sampler in this week is the 2nd Output records 'Channel' comp. The Output roster is even more trendy & cool these days (Not that we give a cats arse about being cool! Leave that to the mullet headed idiots erm...elsewhere!) so you get the likes of LCD Soundsystem, The...view item »

Kumo And Friends
Later Than You Think

Kumo and Friends, limited 12" on Electric Tones. Bangy drummy stuff. No idea how to descibe this so I won't bother. Later Than You Think is limited to 300 and numbered....view item »

Vero
Preghiere

Another Disasters By Choice release is by Vero. Title of this is 'Preghiere' and conjures up images of a sleepy Red Snapper being fed through a stuttering laptop full of small, furry mammals. Once again. this is dead pretty with nice trumpet and double bass splashes, a spot of piano and a soupco...view item »

Martin Grech
Push

Martin Grech the feller who scored that hit last year on the car advert has a new single out a big label.Hmm. Its ok-ish grand progressive rock with nods towards Radiohead and erm everyone who sounds like Radiohead. The B side finds him wailing away over big swarthes of synthy sounds then...view item »

The Faint
Danse Macabre

Unfortunately the bubble has burst because along from the 80's have stumbled The Faint. Again the NME are banging on about these. They sound like they've emerged from a Gary Numan B-side circa 1985 (just as his fame was fading). Features lots of horrible squelchy 80's noises. The first song isn'...view item »

Hell Is For Heroes
You Drove Me To It

Hell is for Heroes are a band who could be great if they didn't sound so baz nu-metal half the time. Well accomplished tunes wiv loads of energy. Symposium fans can be smug that members of that band are making a far more distracting racket in HIFH than in that previous dodgy indie band. Still la...view item »

The Koala Octet, Lermoc, Sir Os
Volume 5

the koala song is one of the most horrable songs i have ever heard, absolutely perfect.the rest was pretty amaizing really.definately buy it then give it away to your friends...more more more ...view item »

Mum And Dad
Easy Peasy

Mum and Dad have a new CDs/7" out on Twisted Nerve. Its loads more listenable and enjoyable than anything I've heard by them before. Usually they scare me rigid. Its strange trippy pop with a dark sinister edge. Easy Peasy it be called... Wa-hey!!!...view item »

The Jeevas
Ghost

The Jeevas are a band that have one scuzzy, mucky and dark skeleton in their line up closet. Most folks are already aware of this ghoulish nightmare that goes by the name of Crispin Mills. I mean, what the fuck were Kula Shater all about then? Called 'Ghost; this is marginally more bearable yet ...view item »

Venue
Mmhm!

If you enjoy the music of the British invasion you'll love Venue. Combining Beatlesque harmonies, thrashing guitar riffs reminiscent of the Kinks, and beats from the Keith Moon School of Drumming, this brotherly band manages to create their own new sound that sounds old (if that makes sense). From the slightly surf sounding title track, "Mmhm!" ...view item »

The Squire Of Somerton
Transverberations

Also on Memphis Industries is a new single by The Squire Of Somerton which is kind of medeival folkyness with a Beta Bandish ness about the vocals. All acoustic and lovely. Quite good really.... Transverberations is 10" only...view item »

Denzel And Huhn
Time Is A Good Thing

Denzel And Huhn are on City Centre Offices (not to mixed up with Dalziel and Pascoe rom the famous TV program) and they have a new album out of bleepy electronica. Mainly ambient and floaty tracks which are all minimal sounding. It's a very bleak sparse sounding album of experimental electronica...view item »


Truck Festival 2002- Major Trucking Incident

First up we have a Truck CD and program which was a festival victim of our Lord's Floods. Its got some kool bands on like Brian Jonestown Massacre, Pull Tiger Tail and Euros Childs and then other bands like Idlewild. 19 tracks of festivals fun that happened promoters imaginations and were just halted by the rains....shame shame.....view item »

Swayzak
Dirty Dancing

Sometimes thing are really hard to label, Swayzak is hard to label, it's not techno, it's certainly not house, it's not ambient, it's not electro it's whatever. It is however very minimal clear cut tech, with a hint of electro (80's) and even goth (track #3). I have to be honest, I never was a big Swayzak fan but this album it just excellent, ev...view item »

Garlic
The Murky World Of Seats

Garlic- Quirky American sounding indie not unlike Pavement with a killer chorus made of sweets and other sugary nonsense. The Murky World Of Seats is a surprisingly good if not derivative debut....view item »

R>R> Metal
Freakshow Punk EP

Here's a thing from Dazed Gauntlet HQ have arrived on out doorstep this morn. It's a 3" CD by R>R> Metal who make what can only be described as avant garde electronic music. Wierd samples, cut up stuff, some melodies and some random bits of noise chucked in for good measure. Freakshow...view item »

Great Lakes
The Distance Between

Great Lakes are from Atlanta, GA and whilst they are not part of the Elephant 6 collective their melodic indie-pop sound leans in that direction. Also, members of other Elephant 6 bands such as Of Montreal, Ne...view item »

The Waxwings
Shadows Of..

Let me start off by saying that I think their first release is simply a masterpiece. It had great songs and great melodies. The vocals were distinct, the background vocals were an integral part of the music and the guitars - which are their calling card - were clearly distinctive. Now we come to this new release. Unfortunately I was a little dis...view item »

Barrichello
Down Soft

Barrichello- new single on SL records called Down Soft. Really sounds like someone but can't think who? Got some great vocal harmonies on this. Nice plodding beat and melody. Me like....view item »

Wilt
My Medicine

This is the Irish REM/Jimmy Eat World alikes second album and while it has some great poppy moments it just isn't consistent enough. This band will always write a great chorus and after the first two songs you think you're in for a great ride. However it's all a bit downhill and the...view item »

Gram
Simple Funk EP

Fresh in from Germany a new 12”  (called Simple Funk EP by Gram on Underscan. Its fucking mental if you ask me. Mad as lorries electronica with a fucked up dub feel and people having sex all over it. An orchestral stab turns up out of the blue halfway through the second side then it all goes al...view item »

Ten Speed Racer
Girls And Magazines

Ten Speed Racer's 'Girls and Magazines' Compact Disc. Melodic tuneful stuff a bit like Teenage Fanclub and The Byrds and twangy folks like that….the second track has some noisy discordant stuff as if The Pixies somehow got involved....view item »

Don Lennon
Downtown

I love this album -- as well as Don's first two self-released affairs. If you like the sound of the Smiths or Belle and Sebastian, and enjoy clever, humorous lyrics, you'll love this album. There are two songs devoted to Dave Matthews. The second is the type of song you have to play over and over because it is so damn funny -- sample lyric, "Dav...view item »

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