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Update Thursday 5th April 2018

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Oh wait, what? The weekend ended? After four days? This simply won’t do. Back from a bank holiday blitz are we, and so is ‘the music industry’, with its ‘records’, and its ‘riffs’, and its ‘fills’. Whatever you’re in the market for, I hope you had a nice holiday and Easter and Passover and sofa slumber. It is time, now, for the mundanity of life. Here are some records.

New:

As yet unheard by human ear...

Reissues:

Once more around the great big onion.

  • One of your all time classics by Love is Forever Changing. Now in big box.    
  • Spacemen 3.  What’s recurring? (2009 joke),  
  • Yellow copies of that Insecure Men record.  
  • Quack quack the latest Pere Ubu big box is in.   

7”s:

Fancy a small?

  • A new Jane Weaver 7” to accompany her tour apologising for Public Service Broadcasting.  
  • Thurston Moore still with impeccable hair.  

Ant’s Electronic Round-up:

Full of Creme Egg and Kerridge 12”s…

  • Deviant Pop From Europe 1980-1991 compiled on the ‘Uneven Paths’ 2LP on Music From Memory.
  • Lucy Railton takes an unorthodox and uncompromising approach to cello combined with collaged location recordings, electronics and musique concrète.
  • Bristol crew Young Echo’s ace genre obliterating album re-pressed after it sold out in a day!
  • Tor Lundvall’s ambient takes us to ‘A Dark Place’. LP on Dais Records.
  • Densely textured, beaming, emotive analogue/digital ambient techno from 154 aka Jochem Peteri.
  • Jackin’ acid house from Posthuman on Chiwax.
  • New album of murky sci-fi techno/electro from legendary Italian producer The Mover
  • Stompin’, tracky Chicago flavored cuts from Marquis Hawkes. Limited hand-stamped copies.
  • Classic Detroit electro/techno from Aux 88 with their 1993 ‘Technology’ EP reissued.
  • Double pack of cuts produced for a Silicon Scally live set aka electro hero/warrior Carl Finlow.
  • Kwes. is back to making his own tunes on Warp.
  • The Vision aka Robert Hood classic 'Spectral Nomad' repressed on Metroplex plus M500 & 3MB 'Jazz Is The Teacher' back in stock. Both  100% crucial.
  • Coloured wax 2LP of celestial techno/electronica from B12 chap Steven Rutter.
  • Off-kilter Balearic beats, krautrock-inspired bumpers and dubby cosmic disco the ‘Various Lurkers’ 4-track 12" EP on Space Ritual incl. Kalidasa, Zmatsutsi, Tony Pineman & Tross.
  • Aguirre re-issue some potent Moog new age healing music from Randall McClellan.
  • Cardopusher back on Super Rhythm Trax with some acid squelchers and NYC flavoured house and freestyle cutz.
  • Melodic house/breakbeat action from Project Pablo on Technicolour.
  • Ricardo Villalobos remixes Afrobeat don Tony Allen on Dekmantel.

More stuff:

Epilogue:

Tune in next week and find out about Phil’s once-in-a-lifetime, all-expenses-paid trip to Harrogate.