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Geeez 'n Gosh
Nobody Knows

More crazy glitch-gospel from Geeez 'N' Gosh on his 2nd album, Nobody Knows. The gospel samples are a little longer, the beats more subdued. "We Call On Him" takes a microhouse-lite approach, incorporating a modulated beats to keep the rhythm, while "Pray" takes the filters to the single-word sample of the title. Closing with "I'm Determined (Je...view item »

Marshmallow Coast
Ride The Lightning

Also on Pickled Egg is the Marshmallow Coast CD (the vinyl on both of these releases is to follow). I think I preferred this band when their music wasn't recorded as well. It all sounds too hifi and well produced. They make very American indie music with a slight quirkyness about it. Ride The Li...view item »

South (US)
South (US)

I listened to this while doing a lot of travelling and found it very soothing but also fun. To me this album reminds me more of bands like Murder By Death, and especially the Appleseed Cast's 'low level owl I & II'. At times I think they repeat the same riffs and song parts a little too long to keep it interesting, but only in a few places. ...view item »

Earl Zinger
Put Your Phasers on Stun

Ridiculous amounts of fun from Earl Zinger's debut. The humour comes to the forefront on "Escape From Ibiza," name-checking his downtempo-jazz-arch-nemesis, Rob Da Bank, (its sister track, "Got to Get to Ibiza" appears later), and on "Last Of The Great Bassline Hunters," which takes its topic only semi-seriously. There's also the excitement of t...view item »


Made contact with a great new Italian label called Loretta records. Got 4 CD's in by them which are all quality Americana type pop. Not got time to write about them all but I will mention the Senpai CD (called Well) which is great. Somewhere between Built To Spill and XTC. This is ...view item »

All You Good Good People

Embrace are one of those bands that are slightly unfairly maligned. Like Travis and Coldplay they're harmless and some of their earlier stuff is quite good but diminishing returns (or in Embrace's case, complete lack of evolution) and earnestness has hurt their reputation. Taken from their debut album The Good Will Out (which was one of...view item »

Scud Mountain Boys
The Essential..

The Scud Mountain Boys at their best are very good indeed so a compilation of their 'essential' recordings can be no bad thing. It's a great way to get into them, but you might as well buy their first three albums as everything here has been previously released. The first two, "Dance The Night Away" and "Pine Box" are available as a double CD ca...view item »


The Mower LP is catchy shouty noisy poppy punk indie pop. Great if you like that sort of thing. Not so great if you don't. I don't. It's on that bloke from Blur's Transcopic label and it comes in that brown packaging he seems to be ever so fond of. There's a degree of evil about this rele...view item »

The Angel Is My Watermark

Am really fond of the new Hopewell single. Sounds an awful lot like Mercury Rev but it would do as one of them is in them. A cracking single and if you like Mercury Rev you'd do no harm in checking this out cos I can guarantee you'll get a bit fruity with it. One to jump up and down on yo...view item »

Santa Sprees
Keep Still

This Anglo-Japanese cult curiosity is, along with Brute Force's 'Confections Of Love', probably the greatest 'lost' album of the last 40 years. It's one of those world-unto-itself records that only really bears comparison with follies of a similar scale and singularity: think Maher Shalal Hash Baz's 'Return Visit To Rock Mass' or Half Japanese's...view item »

Slow, Sad Truth

The Slow Sad Truth is a great album. It's really a shame that more people have not had a chance to listen to this album or, better yet, see them play live. I saw them play at a few music festivals way back when. Good times. It's always great to listen to music that straight up rocks and has well written lyrics. "Radio" and "Power Plant" would pr...view item »

The Animalhouse
Ready To Receive

I have to say that at first listening I thought that Animalhouse were fairly average but then after listening to the album a couple of times I started to really get into it. Since then I have listened to it a lot of times and think that it is something really special. Sure there are weak tracks but the strong ones are superb. I mean really, real...view item »

The Busy Signals
Baby's First Beats

This is an absolutely splendid album that must be dragged out from the under the rug. People need to hear this music! Honestly, if a gem like Baby's First Beats was ever to get the marketing or publicity of a crappy pop act, it would be huge. The instrumentation is very sparse, relying very heavily on samples, perfectly layered like a big yummy ...view item »

Those Bastard Souls
Debt & Departure

Anyone who considers themselves a connoiseur of fine music will not be disappointed with this band. Musically, these guy's (and girl) have put together a sometimes "edgy" recording, layered with a mysterious and artsy sound. The sophisticated lyrics and the electrifying music combine to make an album that is varied, provocative, and just plain b...view item »

The Hangovers
Slow Dirty Tears

The first thing that strikes you about the music is Gina Birch's voice. Who does she sound like? Dylan? At times. Lou Reed? Perhaps. At other times there is a blues singer with a haunting, raspy timber weaving into the foreground, then back. She's one of the strangest singers I've heard, so every song - even the not so great ones - is an interes...view item »

The Boo Radleys
C'mon Kids

The Boo Radleys' tendency to be all over the place is clearly both a curse and a blessing. In any of their albums we are bombarded by 2, 3 songs that never really take off, experiments gone awry; but when they get their mix just right it's a joy watching all those elements gel together in an unexpected, yet truly original way. C'mon Kids is thei...view item »

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