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Update Featuring Ian William Craig, Benoit Pioulard, Thought Gang, Demdike Stare, OCS & more!

All this week's stuff including Malcolm Middleton, Dead Can Dance, Jon Spencer, Liars, Causa Sui, Guttersnipe.

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We are in the unusual position of having a happy Phil this week. We can’t work out what it is that’s caused this malfunction, but his mouth actually upturned into a smile. Both weird and slightly disturbing. Perhaps it’s Halloween, Bonfire Night or that cake thing on telly? Don’t forget that should you need any of these exciting events soundtracked we are here to supply the relevant wax.

We’ve got all sorts below…let’s light the blue touchpaper and go.


New:

  • Screech, screech, rattle, rattle, it’s Leeds noise people Guttersnipe.  
  • David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti reconvene as Thought Gang.  Steel coloured vinyl if quick.
  • Jon Spencer BLUES EXPLOSION! No. No Blues Explosion.
  • Put a Wrench in it…..audiobooks are perhaps the first ever grandad/grandaughter pop duo.
  • Not enough OCS/Thee Oh Sees/Oh Sees records for you? Try a live one.  
  • Who would have guessed that Dirty Three would collaborate with Marianne Faithfull?   
  • Hollering dynamic dulcimer duo Dead Can Dance.
  • Vinyl for Kode 9 & Burial arrived.
  • Bill Ryder Jones is Liverpool’s most tired person.  
  • Always welcome round here... Ian William Craig with his sound environments etc.  
  • Instead of getting new band members, the Liars guy just clones himself.  
  • Big Lad makes Lightning Bolt style racket out of Newcastle.
  • Molly Nillson haunted by the late Prince, Courtney Love and Lou Reed. Who isn’t?
  • Yoko Ono. She’s 85 you know?
  • At last  - that Pip Blom 10”. The best Pip since….. the ones in Gladys Knight and the Pips.
  • Malcolm Middleton has gone bananas.
  • Alfie Templeman. Careful ladies, he’s only 15.
  • Rattle have got themselves on double drums.  
  • Funk-pop-rock-afro conglomerate Orchestra Of Spheres.  
  • Part Time. Helping you save money on the China Crisis B sides collection.
  • When your real name is Pedrum Siadatian why call your band PAINT?
  • This record is by Flatworms. The ‘worms it’s still ok to like.

All else New In that has arrived so far…

Reissues:

Check out our release schedule timeline where we also miss stuff out off a list.

Ant’s Electronic Round Up:

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Epilogue:

No words.

Words: Clint, Ant.

Work: Jamie, Benn, Kim, Nathon, Keith, Daoud, Phil and (Ian) Love Is Like A Butterfly.

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Top releases

Dead Can Dance
Kode9 & Burial
Thought Gang
Jon Spencer
Flat Worms
Jason Williamson
OCS
Guttersnipe
Pip Blom
Causa Sui
Bill Ryder-Jones
Ian William Craig
Benoît Pioulard
Alfie Templeman
Demdike Stare
Molly Nilsson
Kelly Moran
Liars
audiobooks
Part Time
Thurston Moore
EIAFUAWN
Various
The Radiophonic Workshop
Coil / Zos Kia / Marc Almond
Mica Levi and Eliza McCarthy
Malcolm Middleton
Michel Banabila
Zeni Geva & Steve Albini
Le Syndicat Electronique
Marianne Faithfull
PAINT
Merzbow / Genesis Breyer P-Orridge
Blawan
Various
Rattle
Various
Unwound
Orchestra Of Spheres
Exael
Bauri
Big Lad
Eric Copeland
Richard Devine
Harmonious Thelonious
BFTT / Upsammy
Loren Connors
Yoko Ono
Beacon
E-Talking / Laksa
Bendik Giske
DJ Joe Lewis