- Album of the Week and a very close Runner Up.
- PRE-ORDER: The Twelve Hour Foundation for fans of Ghostbox, retro synths, 70’s things
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The big balls have all been kicked, the small balls have all been hit with racquets… what could there possibly be left for you to do? It’s time to buy records. Please don’t try and get into golf. You don’t like golf. Nobody likes golf (I do - Clint) .
Onto the bullet points!
- Pram should collaborate with Toy.
- Ty Segall and White Fence make a “tuneful” record, and that’s all you can really ask for.
- Do not miss the sludgings of Blacklab.
- Rayland Baxter. Mustache and voice together at last.
- Inga Copeland continues her avant-garde troll as Lolina.
- Fellow record store clerk Kelley Stoltz probably hates his own album.
- Jessica’s Brother are for fans of Neil Young and at least one quarter of the Wave Pictures.
- R+R=NOW. Ya like jazz? You do now.
- Spare Snare are Scottish lo-fi randos now endorsed by Steve Albini.
- Optiganally Yours. Organ enthusiasts only. Led by the magnificently named Pea Hix.
- This Liars soundtrack job is the last call before Hemphill buggers off forever.
- This week’s 420-iest album: Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso UFO.
- Tanukichan wishes it was Sunday every day.
- The Skiffle Players are a supergroup with Cass McCombs, Neal Casal, A Beachwood Spark and we can’t forget Farmer Dave.
Plain old frisbee.
- This Buried Country compilation is an essential study in Australian aboriginal music.
- Loads of old ones from groovy metalheads Orange Goblin.
- Psst: this is secretly the best Pharcyde record.
- Come all ye Elephant Sixers and buy records by The Essex Green
- Public Image Limited. What are these guys, famous?
- Mulatu Astatke & His Ethiopian Quintet. Need I say more?
Under 18s frisbee.
- Well there was this Drahla 7” but it’s gone. Soz.
- But hey… Lark and Andrew Weatherall still love you.
Ant’s Electronic Round-Up
Why can’t he just like Bruce Springsteen like normal dads?
- Sublime, aquatic and starlit dubby ambient techno bliss from Rod Modell operating in his cherished Deepchord mode. Two extended side-long cuts on Astral Industries.
- Silver vinyl EP of golden era µ-Ziq tracks on Analogical Force.
- Startling LP of jazz and classical tinged crepuscular ambient from Laurel Halo, featuring Eli keszler and Oliver Coates.
- Wild avant pop from Inga Copeland in her singular style as Lolina.
- Dubby, tropical acidic disco on Invisible, Inc. from Secret Circuit aka E Ruscha V.
- CD of mind-melting computer music from Lee Fraser on Ge-stell. Plus NYZ back in.
- Ace Berceuse Heroique 2x12” from Don’t DJ incl. splendid Newworldaquarium dub.
- Lorenzo Senni's distillation of trance reshaped by DJ Stingray and Hecker!
- DJ Residue aka Kassem Mosse EP and Metasplice 2LP on The Trilogy Tapes.
- Killer sci-fi electro from Dez Williams and mini-album of abstracted club trax from Japanese multi instrumentalist Jigga, both on Bedouin Records.
- Victor Valiant 2x12" on Asking For Trouble aka Keith Tenniswood (Radioactive Man) and Freerotation resident Suade Bergemann.
- Isle Of Jura compile rare cuts from Smackos, Mix-O-Rap, Astral Engineering, Tabou Combo Superstars, Kash etc. on ‘Jura Soundsystem presents Transmission One’.
- ‘Prophecy + Progress: UK Electronics 1978 - 1990’ compilation LP incl. Colin Potter, Clock DVA, Vice Versa, Konstruktivists etc.
- Phase Fatale EBM nailers on Ostgut Ton.
- Dan Curtin classic 1994 techno odyssey 'Silicon Dawn' re-pressed on Peacefrog
- Analogue dreamworld from Natureboy Flako.
- Limited clear vinyl Denaji repress 10" on Unthank, housed in a lush screen-printed sleeve. Incl. boss DJ Sotofett remix.
- Darkside Detroit electro-gnarlers from Ultradyne feat. Frank De Groodt these days.
- +++ Korea Town Acid, Linkwood, E-Saggila LP on BANK Records, Unit Moebius repress on Bunker, Dauwd 12" on Technicolour, River Yarra EP on Antinote, Hanno Leichtmann & Valerio Tricoli LP on Entr’acte. ++
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Thanks. Off to bed now, go on.
Words: Robin, Clint and Ant. Work: Kim, Jamie, Robin, Benn, Daoud, Phil, Nathon and Mr. Moog.
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