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Hi Scores (CD)
Cat: SKA 008CD. Rel: 20 Sep 99
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Hi Scores
  2. Turquoise Hexagon Sun
  3. Nlogax
  4. June 9th
  5. Seeya Later
  6. Everything You Do Is A Balloon
Review: Boom! Finally another reissue of Boards Of Canada's seminal Hi Scores LP from 1996! Along with the likes of Aphex Twin, LFO and Squarepusher, these guys have helped to define how we see electronic music today and this particular LP is arguably their most complete when it comes to the dancefloor. The title track is a twisted, floaty bindle of breaks and beats, but it doesn't end there. Tracks like "Nlogax" are inherently Detroitian in nature thanks to the bleepy drum machines inside, and all we can say is that if you haven't laid hands on this album yet, you shouldn't miss the opportunity to cop it now. It's still so relevant and contemporary, it hurts.
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  1. Bob Holroyd - "African Drug" (Joaquin Drugged Out Sketch mix)
  2. Afrikan Basement - "Hlanganani" (demo Sketch Idea)
  3. Diogal - "Sore" (Joaquin edit & Overdub version)
  4. Mampo - "Emarofo Tech" (Joaquin demo Sketch mix)
  5. Amadou Et Miriam - "Bara" (Joaquin Cosmic Arts version)
  6. Rail Band - "Mouodilo" (Joaquin edit & Overdub)
  7. Cosmic Ritual - "Abraxas" (Joaquin demo Sketch mix)
  8. Put Your Spirit Up (Joaquin Joe Claussell edit & Overdub)
  9. Other Souls & Things - "Mundo De Agua" (The Psychdelic Transfusion remix)
  10. Afrikan Basement - "Sangre"
  11. ITU High (interlude)
  12. The Brooklyn Heat & Soul Band - "Come & Fly With Me" (Joaquin Improvisational remix mix)
Review: The undisputed master of spiritual house music Joaquin 'Joe' Claussell presents Cosmicdelic Afrika: a collection of demos that the New York City based visionary is currently working on in the studio. The idea for the compilation was inspired by the concept of his event Share: the upcoming Share Afrika will see Claussell digging through his archives and bringing out compositions exploring Afrika, African Diaspora, dub and more. Beginning with the deeply magical and meditative vibe of "African Drug" (Joaquin's Drugged Out Sketch mix) by Bob Holroyd, the soulful and uplifting deepness of "Emarofo Tech" (Joaquin's Demo Sketch Mix) by Mampo or Cosmic Ritual's "Abraxas" (Joaquin demo Sketch mix) which is classic Claussell - reminiscent of work on his seminal Language album from the turn of the millennium.
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Dias De Cine (CD single)
Cat: ER-365. Rel: 11 Nov 06
Rock
  1. El Sur
  2. Rainman
  3. Un Dia De Furia
  4. Where I Find My Heaven
Review: Four new tasty guitar pop songs, all with a cinematic theme. Wrapped in an typically elegant Elefant cover featuring Catherine Deneuve and her ex husband David Bailey.
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Worst Case Scenario (CD single)
Cat: 88697 226532. Rel: 31 Dec 07
Indie
  1. Worst Case Scenario
  2. Ruby Blue (previously unreleased)
Review: The Hoosiers unleash the follow-up to two Top 5 hits & one of the stand out tracks from the #1 Sony BMG album
'The Trick To Life'. More quirky pop, with clever lyrics & an infectious tune. Ltd 2 track cd format. Upcoming tour in Spring '08.
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A Fine Mess (CD single)
Cat: OLE 1431CDS. Rel: 17 May 19
Indie
  1. Fine Mess
  2. No Big Deal
  3. Real Life
  4. The Weekend
  5. Thrones
Review: It's always a pleasure to find another release from those well-dressed men: Interpol. That great New York band that defined an era and a sound of their own with a stretch of LPs across the 2000s; from Turn On The Bright Lights all the way to 2010's self-titled triumph. With the release of "A Fine Mess" there's seems to be a new influx of energy dedicated to their 2019 world tour, laced with the group's unique tonic of melancholia, of course. This is undeniably heard on opener "Fine Mess", and at five tracks long it's something of a mini album. Recorded during their time spent in upstate New York with acclaimed producer Dave Fridmann (think Mercury Rev, The Flaming Lips and Mogwai), the resulting collection of tracks delivers something of a fiery compliment to the deep and visceral energy heard on their sixth studio album "Marauder". Long live Interpol.
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Cat: HVN 163DVD. Rel: 21 Oct 06
 
Indie
  1. Take A Chance (video)
  2. There Is No One (video)
  3. Cowgirl In The Sand (video - live)
Review: This upbeat, driving anthem is the first single from the forthcoming new album "Those The Brokes". B-listed on Radio 1, A-listed on Radio 2, forthcoming TV includes Popworld.
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My Violent Femme (CD single)
Cat: BLEACH 029. Rel: 28 Sep 06
Rock
  1. My Violent Femme
  2. Coming Home
Review: Described by Music Week as 'Intriguing slice of rock that blends soaring vocals reminiscent of Muse with the taut pop sensibilities of The Killers'. This is a strong single which has already got the support of DJ Janice Long, who has invited the band for a live session on BBC Radio Two.
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Egomatic Annie (CD single)
Cat: OSHCD 02. Rel: 27 Sep 07
Indie
  1. Egomatic Annie
  2. Unless
Review: Leapfrogging conventional rock sounds and hop-scotching conformity, these unassuming young gentlemen yell "Up your pigeon-hole!" to an industry obsessed with format and repeated musical templates. In the humble surroundings of a quaint English seaside village, the members of Odd Shaped Head reside in chaotic harmony: Paul (bass/vocals), Ricky (guitar/vocals), Rob (drums) and Andrew (guitar); from childhood chums to grown up geeky misfits. The quirky quartet release their new single "Egomatic Annie". Their eclectic brand of energetic, rhythmic, funk-punk, jerky bass popping, powerful scatterbrained drumming and stabbing guitars bursting into vibrant melodies draws more fans along to venues already packed with a collage of characters. This is not to be missed.
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The Rank Deluxe (CD single)
Cat: CDFAT 055. Rel: 13 Oct 06
Indie
  1. Doll Queue
  2. Come On
  3. Style
  4. What Do You Want
  5. Poormans Cab
  6. End In Mind
Review: A somewhat atypical indie outfit by any standard, The Rank Deluxe share as much of an affinity with old school UK punk or grime as they do with any of their more immediately apparent musical contemporaries. Often playing in or amongst the crowd, live shows are frenetic, full of youthful exuberance, occasionally divisive, but always fun. Informed by reggae, ska, punk, and rock and roll, The Rank Deluxe's sound is vibrant, pop savvy and uncompromising. Varying in style from cathartic pop to stabby, dub rhythms, lyrically the band align themselves with the social commentary of UK-based artists such as The Specials, Gang Of Four, or even Ian Dury. The band's name is taken from a glamour model's comment, overheard entering a strip club above the band's old rehearsal space. "This place is so rank deluxe" she said; apparently meaning the height of scum. Drawn to the multiple implications, they took the phrase as their own. Four 20-something's from South East London, Lew and Rich grew up on the same estate in Thamesmead, South East London, and the band's current line up formed early in 2005. The band refer to their music as "a sonic picture of council estate youth", but what so often can seem little more than empty posturing is backed up by a strong sense of identity, and an aptitude and commitment that is beyond their short lifespan.
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Loco (CD single)
Cat: RID 052CDS. Rel: 02 Mar 07
Indie
  1. Loco
  2. Too Much Too Young
  3. Promise
Review: 'Loco' serves as another great example of The Ripps sound - fast, furious & fun, and acts as a taster for the delights on their forthcoming album 'Long Live the Ripps'.
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Cat: LITA 024. Rel: 09 Aug 07
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Motorin'
  2. 45
  3. Ass Kicker's Haircut
  4. The Gospel
Review: The Saturday Knights are a culmination of three freaks, a jaw-jacking combination of performing personalities: storyteller and entertainer Tilson, who can tickle any lady's funny bone; low-income yarn spinner and urban graffiti poet Barfly; and pumped up by the big beats and psychedelic turntable-artist, DJ Suspence.
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Fire! (CD single)
Cat: JPRCDS 024. Rel: 03 Nov 06
Indie
  1. Fire!
  2. Taking Me Over
  3. Country Song
Review: Jeepster's first signing in several years, SixNationState are a phenomenal live band who have been winning fans around London and the South of England with constant touring over the last twelve months. They have played with The Holloways and The Maccabees, toured Germany and Austria with The Rumble Strips and performed to a packed Trailer Park Stage audience at this summer's Truck Festival. Following on from their limited split 7" release, 'Keep Dancing' on Worst Case Scenario Records in March this year the band's first single for Jeepster will be live favourite 'Fire!'. A frantic introduction to the energy and excitement of the band the single will be available on two track 7" and three track CD. All three tracks rocket in at just over seven minutes in total! The artwork for the single is intended to provide an introduction to the band and their distinctive image while retaining a level of anonymity. The individual personalities within SixNationState will be introduced as the campaign develops toward the album. The 7" format will be coloured vinyl in a full colour sleeve, limited to 500 copies.
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Meantime (CD single)
Cat: GRLCD 002. Rel: 08 Nov 07
Indie
  1. Meantime
Review: UK rockers Slaves To Gravity release "Meantime". Produced by Chris Sheldon (Foo Fighters, Biffy Clyro, Feeder etc), this is a taste of the new outfits mouth watering take on post millennial rock.
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Hologram World (CD single)
Cat: CDMUTE 397. Rel: 11 Mar 08
Indie
  1. Hologram World (with Karen O & Nick Zinner)
  2. Hologram World (Live on XFM)
  3. Hologram World (with Karen O & Nick Zinner - video)
Review: Brooklyn, NY based Tiny Masters Of Today's latest single 'Hologram World' is joyous, noisy punk pop from start to finish.
Taken from their debut album 'Bang Bang Boom Cake', it's a collaboration with Karen O from Yeah Yeah Yeahs and her
bandmate Nick Zinner.
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Alben
Rocket (CD)
Cat: WIGCD 398. Rel: 19 May 17
Indie
  1. Poison Root
  2. Proud
  3. County
  4. Bobby
  5. Witch
  6. Horse
  7. Brick
  8. Sportstar
  9. Judge
  10. Rocket (instrumental)
  11. Powerful Man
  12. Alina
  13. Big Fish
  14. Guilty
Review: The Philadelphian Alex Giannascoli has managed to hammer out eight solo albums in less than seven years, and one would be forgiven for assuming he's confused quality with quantity, were it not for the fact that 'Rocket' is unquestionably his most coherent, most memorable and most diverse work yet - replete with the same bleary-eyed charm that has always characterised this amiable slacker's work, yet with sharply constructed songs that bear the stylistic wanders from bucolic folk-pop to Elliott Smith-style angst to Beck-style bewilderment with ease. A piece de resistance from an increasingly fascinating ingenue.
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Cat: ATONCD 06. Rel: 10 Dec 18
Techno
  1. Silver Shinhook
  2. Astra Naut-E
  3. Wand Star
  4. Convex
  5. I Think I Think Too Much
  6. JDC
  7. To Be Surreal
  8. Big Field
Review: Two years ago Ostgut Ton launched their ambient-leaning A-Ton imprint with "Chronicles", a fine trawl through the archives of Luke Slater's ambient techno project 7th Plain. This is the second part of a trilogy (the third and final instalment is also out now) and, like its predecessor, gathers together tracks released on General Productions between 1993 and 1995, and previously unheard material. It's as evocative, atmospheric and on-point as that previous volume, sashaying between more dancefloor-leaning fare (see the deliciously dreamy but percussively heavy "Astra Naut-E" and the Motor City flex of "JDC"), genuinely beat-free soundscapes (the Pete Namlook style bliss of "I Think I Think Too Much" and "Big Field") and cuts that shuffle further towards "Artificial Intelligence" style IDM.
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Cat: ATONCD 07. Rel: 10 Dec 18
Techno
  1. Time Melts
  2. Reality Of Space
  3. Excalibur's Radar
  4. Millentum
  5. Lost
  6. Think City
  7. Shades Amaze
  8. Seeing Sense
Review: Ostgut Ton A-Ton completes their trilogy of compilations charting the early-to-mid-'90s ambient techno work of British producer Luke Slater under the 7th Plain alias. As with its predecessors, the eight included tracks offer a mixture of previously released fare from the project's heyday and music that's sat on dusty DAT tapes for well over two decades. Highlights come thick and fast, from the sun-bright sci-fi melodies, sustained ambient chords and bubbly acid lines of "Time Melts" and the Black Dog-ish shuffle of "Reality of Space", to the booming, club-ready "Lost", drowsy IDM cut "Think City" and the intergalactic, stretched-out bliss of brilliant closing cut "Seeing Sense".
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Cat: ATONCD 01. Rel: 10 Aug 16
Techno
  1. Boundaries
  2. Extra (The 7th Plain remix)
  3. Grace
  4. Surface Bound
  5. The Super 8
  6. T Funk States
  7. Slip 7 Sideways
  8. Chords Are Dirty
Review: A-Ton is a new label from Berlin heavyweights Ostgut Ton, designed to focus on "ambient, archive and alternative music". They've pulled off something of a coup for this debut release, persuading British techno legend Luke Slater to open up the archives of his '90s intelligent techno project, The 7th Plain. Chronicles I boasts a mixture of previously released and unheard material, which moves from glistening, outer-space ambience (the near perfect "Boundaries", "Grace"), to fizzing Motor City techno ("T-Funk Statues"), via intergalactic intelligent techno, dusty downtempo grooves (the jazzy hip-hop rhythms and ambient electronics of "Slip 7 Sideways"), and melodious IDM.
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ATA
Cat: ATACD 013. Rel: 23 May 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Mash Up 1
  2. Meat Grinder
  3. Figaro
  4. Eye
  5. Can't Reform 'Em
  6. Madmix 3
  7. Mash Up 2
  8. Rhinestone Cowboy
  9. Fire In The Hole
  10. Rainbows
  11. Borrowed Time
  12. Operation Lifesaver
  13. Air (feat MF Doom - AO remix)
Review: Helmed by The Haggis Horns saxophonist Rob Mitchell, the Abstract Orchestra is a "hip-hop big band" from Leeds that specializes in jazz-fired cover versions of classic head-nodding beats. Having first impressed with a set of J Dilla interpretations in 2017, last year they turned their attention to Madlib and MF Doom's collaborative Madvillain project. As the title suggests "Madvillain 2" picks up where its predecessor left off, offering up sumptuously orchestrated, funk-fuelled and jazz-wise takes on such familiar cuts as "Meat Grinder", "Rainbows", 'Fire In The Hole" and "Operation Lifesaver". There's a tasty bonus cut, too, in the shape of the Abstract Orchestra's remix of their collab with Dabrye and MF Doom (yes, that MF Doom), "Air".
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Cat: CRAM 272. Rel: 05 Oct 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Buzq Blues
  2. La Hafla (feat Sofiane Saidi)
  3. Medahat
  4. Le Disco (feat Rizan Said)
  5. Gul L'abi (feat A-Wa)
  6. Stil (feat Cem Yildiz)
  7. A3ssifa (feat Rizan Said)
  8. Houria (feat Rachid Taha)
  9. Sayarat 303
  10. Tamuzica (feat Jawad El Garrouge)
Review: Having previously been responsible for a number of themed compilations for Versatile Records, the Acid Arab crew has finally got round to delivering its' first album of original productions. Naturally, it continues their theme of blending North African and Middle Eastern sounds - be it vocals or instruments - with drum machine rhythms and vintage synthesizer sounds. This, though, is where the similarities to their previous work end. While there are a few house-influenced cuts dotted throughout (see the brilliant "Sayarat 303"), for the most part Musique De France veers further towards off-kilter electronic pop. Along the way, they doff a collective cap to new wave, punk-funk, and hazy indie-pop. While it may lack the crackling energy of their more dancefloor-minded productions, it's still a hugely enjoyable set.
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RIP (CD)
Cat: HJRCD 60. Rel: 23 Apr 12
Experimental/Electronic
  1. RIP
  2. Ascending
  3. Holy Water
  4. Marble Plexus
  5. Uriel's Black Harp
  6. Jardin
  7. Serpent
  8. Shadow From Tartarus
  9. Tree Of Knowledge
  10. Raven
  11. Glint
  12. Caves Of Paradise
  13. The Lord's Graffiti
  14. IWAAD
  15. NEW
Review: "It's like painting with button and sliders... Melting and dripping, seeping yourself liquid into the machinery." So said Darren Cunningham when discussing the creation of R.I.P, his long awaited follow up to Splazsh. It's a compelling image that works in practice too. R.I.P creates microcosmic sound worlds within each track: "Holy Water" for instance tumbles in on itself in a melange of shimmering sine wave droplets, while the pitch shifted waves of "Tree Of Knowledge" seem to inhale and exhale like a living being, crumpling inwards on itself to repeat the same motion ad infinitum. And although it uses much the same, occasionally abrasive sonic building blocks as Cunningham's been developing for many years, the pastoral tones of "Uriel's Black Harp" and the Alva Noto styles of "Jardin" make R.I.P a surprisingly graceful album. It may not be techno as many will know it, but Cunningham has never made techno in the traditional sense anyway - and it's clear on listening to R.I.P that he's only just beginning to realise the musical forms that have been swarming inside his brain for years.
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Cat: LIES 067CD. Rel: 23 Nov 15
Techno
  1. Virtuality Continuum'
  2. Arrival Into Uncharted Territory
  3. Neutralize & Eliminate
  4. Phenomenalist
  5. Conjectured State
  6. Nearing Obliteration
  7. Bound & Broken (feat Janina)
  8. My Theme Song
  9. Anxious Solitude
  10. Mystical Ascent
  11. MGM_41-85
Review: For their latest foray into the world of the ghostly, intense and unusual, L.I.E.S has turned to fellow New Yorker Adam Mitchell, a man whose career as a techno producer stretches back to the 1990s. Here, though, he's appearing under his lesser-known Admx-71 alias, a pseudonym used for his more experimental endeavours. Sitting somewhere between unsettling ambience, horror-influenced IDM, analogue electro, industrial and out-there experimentation, the album's 11 tracks bristle with bright ideas. While there are undeniably dark and hard-to-handle moments, Mitchell's default setting is more quietly melodious, resulting in a set that impresses with its' alien melodies, spacey electronics and fuzzy, distortion-soaked rhythms.
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Cat: SACD 011. Rel: 13 May 19
Techno
  1. The Tropical Year
  2. Raindance
  3. Storm Tree
  4. Dissolving Images
  5. Dust/Mist (feat Simon Crab)
  6. Casting The Runes
  7. Hors De Combat
  8. Invisible Seekers (feat Shawn O' Sullivan)
  9. Crow
  10. Things About To Disappear
  11. Make Words Split & Crack
Review: Three years have passed since Alessandro Adriani impressed with his debut album, an industrial, EBM, techno and neo-trance inspired set that marked the Berlin-based Italian as a producer on the rise. "Morphic Dreams", his belated sequel, may explore some of the same influences, but Adriani's vision seems far more widescreen. Check, for example, the decaying urban ambience of "Casting The Runes", the buzzing and bubbling synth-wave throb of "Raindance", the tactile slo-mo bliss of Simon Crab collab "Dust/Mist" and the grandiose, rising intensity of dystopian soundscape "Crow". There are, of course, a number of muscular, EBM-influenced club cuts, with the Nitzer Ebb-esque "Dissolving Images" and fizzing "Storm Tree" standing out.
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Cat: CORDCD 002. Rel: 04 Sep 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. TMFF
  2. Elephant Sunrise
  3. Psychic Summers
  4. Could It Only Be Me
  5. Sugar Free
  6. Good Thang
  7. Wild Turkey
  8. Goin' Down To The Disco
  9. Zugabe (Encore)
Review: Later this year, crate-digging specialists Cordial Recordings is set to release an album of previously unheard recordings by cult German jazz-fusion combo Afrodisia. To get us in the mood, the London-based label has decided to reissue the band;s sole previous album, 1980's Elephant Sunrise. While the album is best known for the impeccable jazz-funk sweetness of "Sugar Free" - recorded, like much of the rest of the album, by a mixture of locals and guest musicians from a nearby U.S army base - there's much to enjoy throughout, from the psychedelic heaviness of opener "TMFF" and elastic dancefloor workout "Psychic Summers", to the slap-bass-propelled funk-rock of "Wild Turkey" and intense, full-throttle closer "Zugabe (Encore)".
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Drift (CD)
Cat: 776001 2. Rel: 26 Apr 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Embrace (feat Phoebe Killdeer)
  2. You're Not Alone (feat Blase - album edit)
  3. Areg
  4. It Will Never Be The Same (feat Sacha Rudy)
  5. Call Of The Wild (feat STS)
  6. Dominae
  7. A One Second Flash
  8. Remedy (feat Noemie)
  9. Scala (feat Jacques)
  10. Computer Program Reality
Review: Given that eight years have passed since French techno stalwart Agoria released an album, it's little surprise to find that "Drift" sees him taking what he describes as "a new musical approach". On the accompanying press release, the Gallic veteran has described the set's sound as being inspired by "sitting on your sofa between your guilty pleasure and your tasteful opinion". In other words, it's a more open-minded and eclectic affair that mixes accessible, laidback vocal numbers (see the sparse tech-house-pop of opener "Embrace (feat Phoebe Killdeer)" and cheery chugger "You're Not Alone (feat Blase)" with nods towards wonky, off-kilter electronic hip-hop (STS hook-up "Call Of The Wild") and a swathe of heavier, club-leaning cuts inspired by his love of techno and Italo-disco.
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Akkord (CD)
Cat: HTH 015CD. Rel: 26 Nov 13
Techno
  1. Torr Vale
  2. Smoke Circle
  3. 3dOS
  4. Folded Edge
  5. Conveyor
  6. Hex Ad
  7. Channel Drift
  8. Navigate
  9. Rocendal
  10. Undertow
Review: Given their obsession with maths, geometry and clandestine soundscapes, you'd expect this debut album from Manchester-based studio boffins Synkro and Indigo to be a murky, otherworldly affair. That it is isn't much of a surprise, though it's hard not to be impressed by the depth of material on offer. This self titled set effortlessly struts between cranky, angular techno ("3dOS", "Hex Ad"), sparse African rhythms ("Smoke Circle"), Skam-ish IDM ("Fooled Edge"), slo-mo industrial drone ("Channel Drift"), and post-dubstep rhythms ("Navigate", the dubwise "Rocendal"). Throughout, there's a claustrophobic air of intense paranoia that's hard to ignore. Impressive stuff.
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Cat: MRB 174CD. Rel: 28 Jan 19
International
  1. Tango
  2. Ramer Sans Rame
  3. La Lem
  4. Mitso Aseye
  5. Dandou Kodjo
  6. Kimumbu
  7. G Blem Di
  8. I Tcho Tchass
Review: For their latest deep dive into forgotten and sought-after African music, Mr Bongo has secured the rights to reissue Togolese singer Akofa Akoussah's eponymous 1976 debut album. Akoussah was already something of a scene veteran when she recorded the set for Paris-based Sonafric, having made her vinyl debut in Togo 11 years earlier. The set remains something of a classic, with Akoussah variously delivering sweet vocals over local rhythms and guitars, bass, horns and Moog synth parts that showcase her Western funk and soul influences. There are some suitably heavy dancefloor workouts throughout (not least superb opener "Tango") as well as more laidback and stripped-back cuts. Curiously, the echo-laden production makes it sound like it was recorded in the mid '60s rather than the 1970s, but that's no criticism; it just adds an extra edge of intoxicating fuzziness.
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Modern Music (CD + booklet)
Cat: HABIBI 006CD. Rel: 27 Apr 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Asef Gedan
  2. Ebda' Men Gedid
  3. Sah
  4. Longa 79
  5. El Sobhiya
  6. Bahebek La
  7. Men Awel Deqiqa
  8. Mafatshi Leh
  9. Betebki Leh
  10. Hatgini Tani
  11. Horreya
  12. El Bahr Azra'
  13. West El Ghabat
Review: Arabic music crate-diggers Habibi Funk have so far proved adept at unearthing killer material from the 1970s and '80s that joins the dots between indigenous styles and familiar Western genres. Their latest collection focuses on the work of 1970s Egyptian band Al Massireen, an outfit funded by one of the country's most successful producers of the period, Hany Shenoda. Modern Music, so called because the band was Shenoda's attempt to modernize Arabic music, includes tracks taken from a wealth of forgotten cassettes and albums. Musically, it's rather special; a heady blend of Arabic vocals and instrumentation, orchestral disco influences, blue-eyed soul, grown-up pop and dreamy West Coast style rock.
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Cat: OLE 11172. Rel: 23 Jun 17
Indie
  1. Walk Like A Panther
  2. Cry Of The Martyrs
  3. The Underside Of Power
  4. Death March
  5. A Murmur. A Sign.
  6. Mme Rieux
  7. Cleveland
  8. Animals
  9. Plague Years
  10. Hymn For An Average Man
  11. Bury Me Standing
  12. The Cycle/The Spiral: Time To Go Down Slowly
Review: Anyone bemoaning the lack of ire-igniting political invective and potent protest records amidst the tension and uncertainty of 2017 should look no further than Algiers, whose follow-up to their blue-touchpaper igniting debut is a thing of floor-shaking intensity and cerebrally stimulating potency. A electrifying and diverse musical palette that extends from post-punk and gritty Gun Club-esque rock 'n' roll to soul, hip hop and even John Carpenter style soundtrack stylings acts as a backdrop to the feverish diatribes against oppression and injustice of vocalist Franklin James Fisher. Defying expectation to stand proud as a genre-elusive and fiercely uncompromising call to arms, 'The Underside Of Power' is a forward-thinking work of maverick malevolence and thrilling intensity.
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Cat: DS 128CD. Rel: 01 Dec 17
Indie
  1. This One's For The Humans
  2. The Visitation
  3. The Moon Is Not Your Friend
  4. Titanic Dance (Lynch Mob mix)
Review: Alien Stadium is a collaborative project comprised of Martin Duffy of Primal Scream and Felt, and Steve Mason of The Beta Band. 'Livin' In Elizabethan Times' is an audacious and oddball cosmic rock concept mini-LP about a comically underwhelming invasion of drunkard aliens. As well as the sheer unadulterated fun of the record, the amount of dense and inventive genre-melting the pair have managed to cram into these four tracks is astonishing - dropping in theremins, sound effects, militaristic horns and much more when you least expect them. They set an interplanetary course from twanging and stomping bluesy opener 'This One's For The Humans', through hypnotic balearic-ish bleep and orchestrated retro-futurist pop, to the huge cosmic disco closer 'Titanic Dance'. At first glance, it's an unashamedly silly and fun offering, but repeat listens will reveal these maverick veterans have woven in far deeper layers of commentary humour and substance.
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Push On (CD)
Cat: JAL 248CD. Rel: 27 Jul 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Intro
  2. Love That I'm In (feat Andy Cooper)
  3. Since You've Been Gone
  4. Entitled To That
  5. Get Down On You
  6. Push On
  7. Main Event (feat Andy Cooper)
  8. Hold You Close
  9. Buzzsaw (feat Andy Cooper)
  10. Allergic Interlude
  11. It Won't Be Me (feat Andy Cooper)
  12. Funky Feeling
  13. Remedy (feat Dr Syntax)
  14. Get On The Floor
Review: Don't be fooled by the smoky jazzy horns on the intro: The Allergies are still at the front of the party queue! They were just lulling us into a false sense of security before hitting us with a precision range of big soul swingers and dynamite party killers; both "Hold You Close" and "Since You've Been Gone" pop with big beat bangs, "Entitled To That" stamps and sweats like Wigan Pier is still holding the best dances in the country, "Main Event" parps and pumps while long-standing affiliate Andy Cooper reminds us who's boss while "It Won't Be Me" (also with Cooper) is coded with so much horn and guitar powered gusto you could be fooled into thinking Ugly Duckling are back. Yet another triumphant album from one of Jalapeno's most exciting acts.
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Cat: BPX 1CD. Rel: 17 May 19
Techno
  1. Empathy
  2. MDMA
  3. Bowie In Harmony
  4. Love Distortion
  5. Electronic Joy
  6. Exit To Humanity
  7. Free Society
  8. Stimulation
Review: There's a decidedly rushing, saucer-eyed feel to Ellen Allien's latest album, her eighth since launching the BPitch Control label at the dawn of the century. The Berlin veteran shows no desire to soften her sound or move away from the dancefloor, delivering an eight-track set that giddily charges between neo-trance (the loved-up "Empathy" and tech-trance throb-job "Free Society"), post-dubstep electro (the swirling "MDMA" and atmospheric "Exit To Humanity"), raging acid ("Bowie In Harmony"), decidedly muscular techno (the arpeggio-driven heaviness of acid fired smasher "Love Distortion" and the creepier "Electronic Joy") and bubbly acid electro (superb closing cut "Stimulation").
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Gespielt von: Ellen Allien
 in stock $12.48
Cat: ASMCD 001. Rel: 18 Oct 18
Ambient/Drone
  1. Prelude
  2. Cold Breaths Behind You In The Dark
  3. We Are Stardust
  4. Nachtzauber
  5. Factory
  6. Sixth Seal
  7. Unseen Threads
  8. Coda
Review: Spirits of the east converge from Russia and Romania for this fresh and inspired collaboration between Tess Conway and Radoslav Monrovani. Having forged respected names for themselves amid the fading shades of witch-house, both artists have merged influences & long established studio skills from afar to invoke dark energies, creating a theatre of menacing atmospheres and occult mystique. A multitude of live Instrumentation has been used in the production of this haunting offering including guitar, piano, kalimba, sampled Asian percussion, alongside an array of MIDI programmed, hardware synthesizers & processing. Adaptive Sonic Music was formed to coordinate final stages of production for this and further releases due in months to come.
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It's Time (CD)
Cat: SLW 105CD. Rel: 25 Aug 16
International
  1. It's Time
  2. Live & Let's Live
  3. Shakedown
  4. Lost
  5. Siempre Presente (DJ Farmo Fiesta remix)
  6. DWB Breakdown (Dj Quiet Cool Down remix)
  7. Ain't It Time (DJ Phader Decale remix)
  8. Lost In Dub (Los Kalakos dub remix)
  9. Room Enough For Us (feat Ray Lugo - Terrificos mix)
Review: The Alma Afrobeat Ensemble is a ten-piece outfit from Barcelona created, in part, to pay tribute to the pioneering work of Fela Kuti and Tony Allen, amongst others. It's Time is their third full-length, and comprises both new material, and fresh remixes of previous work. In the former category, you'll find the thrilling, horn-heavy brilliance of "It's Time", and the slower, organ rich thrills of "Lost". As fine as these tracks are, it's the dancefloor-ready reworks that arguably hit home hardest. Highlights include DJ Quiet's low-slung, broken beat influenced interpretation of "DWB Breakdown", Los Kalakos killer dub rework of "Lost", and the subtle Afro-house infusions of Terrificos' remix of "Room Enough For Us
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Unieqav (CD)
Cat: N 045. Rel: 14 Mar 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Uni Sub
  2. Uni Mia
  3. Uni Version
  4. Uni Clip
  5. Uni Normal
  6. Uni Mic A
  7. Uni Blue
  8. Uni Mic B
  9. Uni Dna (feat Anne-James Chaton)
  10. Uni Edit
  11. Uni Tra
  12. Uni Chord
Review: Back in 2008, noted experimentalist Alva Noto began a sporadic series of albums that were far more focused on dancefloor-inspired rhythms than his usual eccentric and inspiring fare. Unieqav is the third and, we're told, final part of the series. The album is apparently meant to be a sonic representation of an underwater dive, a conceptual theme which manifests itself through the storied producer's use of deep and atmospheric chords, fluid and occasionally glistening electronics, and rhythms that evoke images of ever-deeper dives into the dark, cold depths. Rhytmically, there are nods to electro, IDM, dub techno and Autechre, though the mood remains laidback and intoxicated throughout.
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Glass (CD)
Cat: N 0441. Rel: 15 Feb 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Glass
Review: Last summer, regular collaborators Alva Noto and Ryuichi Sakamoto joined forces for a one-off improvised performance at architect Philip Johnson's Glass House in Connecticut, a stunning building marked out by a lack of traditional walls. Using only a keyboard, mixers, microphones, singing glass bowls, crotales (tiny cymbals played with mallets), the "architecture of the building" and limited rehearsal time, the acclaimed experimentalists created a genuinely unique piece that drew influence from the surroundings. Here, Noton presents the recording of the "100% improvised" piece on CD for the first time. It's an undeniably arresting piece - think droning electronic textures, glass-blown ambience and icily atmospheric soundscapes - and one that requires more than a 30-second clip to take in. We can assure you, though, that it really is a spellbinding and at times jaw-dropping affair.
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Cat: HVNLP 157CD. Rel: 28 Sep 18
Indie
  1. Simple Song
  2. Hardly Knew
  3. Oh My Love (What Have We Done)
  4. Goodnight Europe
  5. Alpine Town
  6. I've Done The Best
  7. Self-Portrait In A Car At Night
  8. Something's Gonna Take Your Love Away
  9. Antoine
  10. Where Did You Go
  11. Baby, Eternity
Review: Should you find yourself in continental Europe, or the little islands surrounding it, you may be feeling a sense of the autumnal blues upon the release of this European Heartbreak LP. It's far from a morose and downcast listen though, with the choral of Annelotte de Graaf's voice a shining light to lead you through the trepidation of winter. On top of her two law degrees and work for the international war crimes tribunal, this latest opus provides her with a second album following Fading Lines of 2016, and expect spells of tatty pop intertwined with boops and breathy vocals that meet with subtle brass instrumentation, pianos and folky practices, all sung with a slight smug and smirk of discontent.
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Cat: MRBCD 205. Rel: 18 Jun 19
International
  1. It's High Life
  2. Walking Down The Street
  3. 'Cause I Love You
  4. Cut Your Coat
  5. Adwoa
  6. Simigwa
  7. Franfranta
Review: Initially released in South Africa in 1982, Gyedu-Blay Ambolley's sophomore set is now regarded as a boogie-era Highlife classic. Here issued on CD for the very first time via Mr Bongo, the album features the Ghanaian star brilliantly joining the dots between driving disco-funk, jazz-funk, intoxicating slow jams, calypso, dub reggae and his beloved highlife. Highlights come thick and fast throughout, with standouts including heavy percussion jam "Simigwa", the boogie-dub skank of "Adwoa", the down-low grooves of "Walking Down The Street" and the killer disco highlife anthem "It's High Life". Simply essential.
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Cat: MRBCD 175. Rel: 31 Oct 18
International
  1. Kwaakwaa
  2. Akoko Ba
  3. This Hustling World
  4. Toffie
  5. Adwoa
  6. Fa No Dem Ara
Review: 1975's "Simigwa" album not only launched the career of Afro-funk fusionist and eventual Highlife great Gyedu Blay Ambolley, but also inspired a Ghanaian dance craze. The album was co-produced by another Highlife great, Ebo Taylor, and has long been exceptionally hard to find on vinyl. For this official vinyl reissue on Mr Bongo, Ambolley's landmark set has been fully re-mastered for the very first time. It sounds spectacular, with great clarity on the ear-catching brass solos, serious weight to the bass and superb stereo separation. Highlights include - but certainly aren't limited to - the Afro-blues brilliance of "Toffie", the jaunty dancefloor fuzziness of "This Hustling World" and the heavyweight swing of ear-catching opener "Kwaakwaa".
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Cat: IVCD 09. Rel: 07 Aug 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The Line (feat Matthew Herbert)
  2. Queen Of Toys
  3. Gerne (feat Gudrun Gut)
  4. Deadlocked (feat Roedelius)
  5. Blind Eye (feat Planningtorock)
  6. Positivland
  7. Helliconia
  8. Futuro Antico
  9. No War
  10. Give Me Your Ghost (feat Jens Kuross)
  11. Oldorado
Review: Innervisions bosses Frank Wiedemann and Kristian Beyer return as Ame, and present their first full length entitled Dream House - described as a home listening styled journey. The German duo spent three years working on the LP and it features collaborations with legends of German electronic music such as Roedelius and Gudrun Gut, as well as Bolivian singer David Lemaitre and Jens Kuross - who was a member of Wiedemann's other venture The Howling, with Ry Cuming. Highlights include their dramatic collaboration with Matthew Herbert "The Line", the upbeat disco number "Blind Eye" (featuring Planningtorock), the chill balearica of "Positivland" and the evocative/melodic dreamscape of "No War".
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Cat: PAN 96CD. Rel: 07 Jan 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Symmetribal
  2. Unlinear (feat Pan Daijing)
  3. AWOL
  4. Another Life
  5. Daemon
  6. Too Wrong
  7. Spectacult (feat Oracle)
  8. Faceless
  9. Chain
  10. Securitaz
  11. Chaos (feat Pan Daijing)
  12. Rewild
Review: Given that Amnesia Scanner collaborated with PAN boss Bill Kouligas as Lexachest back in 2016, it's little surprise to see them pop up on the acclaimed imprint with their second full-length excursion. "Another Life" is a curious and willfully obtuse affair, but also hugely enjoyable. It's stylistically varied, with the Finnish duo applying their love of doomy riffs, mangled and distorted drums, heavily processed vocals (both human, courtesy of label mate Pan Daijing, and inhuman, via some clever new software application) and noisy, redlined electronics to everything from IDM and ambient to future R&B, experimental hip-hop, UK funky and blistering techno.
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Cat: RT 0064CD. Rel: 24 May 19
Punk/Hardcore
  1. Starfire 500
  2. Gacked On Anger
  3. Cup Of Destiny
  4. GFY
  5. Angel
  6. Monsoon Rock
  7. Control
  8. Got You
  9. Punisha
  10. Shake Ya
  11. Some Mutts (Can't Be Muzzled)
Review: Never too shy for irony, Australian rock band from Melbourne, Amyl and The Sniffers, are keeping the mullet cuts and beer spitting sound of the southern land's sound well alive. It's Rough Trade that have taken up Amyl and The Sniffers for their debut album recorded in Sheffield with Ross Orton towards the end of 2018. Six months on and the four piece are rattling the walls more than ever with a raucous ballyhoo of garage-punk that sees the band's ferocious Pouges-y mix of Irish drunkenness hit the wall with the Californian sounds of Pennywise and Australia's own Frenzal Rhomb. With thrashings of guitars, unique and raw Australianisms, and sweaty, smashing drums: Amyl and The Sniffers are popping off.
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Cat: WIGCD 430. Rel: 17 Aug 18
Indie
  1. Hair Cutter
  2. Buffalo Tomato
  3. Inspector Gadget
  4. Buxom
  5. Coral Understanding
  6. Airpipe (To A New Transition)
  7. Jake & Me
  8. Coral By Numbers
  9. Hip Sponge
  10. Coral Realization
  11. Lundsten Coral
  12. Palythoa
  13. Best Of Times (Worst Of All)
Review: Over the course of their lengthy career, Animal Collective have put out a steady stream of albums that veer between experimental, post-rock soundscapes and skewed, left-of-centre indie-pop. Tangerine Reef, their eleventh and latest set, sees them back in experimental mode, delivering a range of fluid, liquid soundscapes inspired by their work with art-science filmmakers Coral Morphologic. All of the album's music was written to soundtrack a film by the latter duo, which can be watched in full on Animal Collective's website. Aurally, the album is indicative of the slowly shifting visuals - built around time-lapse style footage of coral growing - and tends towards the dreamy, otherworldly and drowsy.
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Gens (CD)
Cat: OSTGUTCD 42. Rel: 07 Mar 18
Techno
  1. Gens
  2. Sphera
  3. Ab Intus
  4. Sensa
  5. Knbn2
  6. Orarum
  7. Mora
  8. Cicadae
  9. Res
  10. Audax
  11. Tu
  12. An Unattainable Distance
Review: Berghain resident Patrick Graeser returns as part of the Ostgut Ton family, with his second full length opus. Much like his 2014 debut Code, Graeser has honed a hybrid musical approach that stands out in a world of uniform 4/4 techno - as heard over the years on MDR, Music Man and of course his own Answer Code Request imprint. Gens is a diverse yet cohesive affair, between the more straight-ahead tracks like "Knbn2", "Cicadae" or the particularly seething "Sphera" (which are breakbeat driven, bass-heavy and UK inspired), there are some mentalist IDM journeys ("Ab Intus/Audax") and even breathtaking ambient moments like "Orarum" and "Mora". Brilliant stuff.
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Rising (CD)
Cat: TOKEN 88CD. Rel: 19 Nov 18
Techno
  1. Rising
  2. Sands Of Time
  3. Perchance To Dream
  4. Lost & Found
  5. Out There
  6. Duality Of Mind
  7. It Follows
  8. Infinite Limit
  9. Dume
  10. Irreversible
  11. Love Field
Review: Despite becoming a serious force in the contemporary techno scene over the last seven years, Antonin Jeanson has never released an album. He's made plenty of killer 12" singles, but for one reason or another has never applied his trademark style to the long-playing format. It's perhaps a surprise then, that his debut album, "Rising", is a near perfect example of a modern techno album. There are quite a few atmospheric and ear-catching dancefloor workouts - see the bustling beats and creepy electronics of "Perchance To Dream", the dark throb of "Duality of Mind" and the slamming psych-techno of "It Follows" - but also more considered, left-of-centre trips into IDM, ambient techno and otherworldly ambient territory. It's these diversions that make the album such an entertaining and rewarding listen.
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Gespielt von: Sanderson Dear
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Cat: AMB 9322CD. Rel: 06 Jul 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Xtal
  2. Tha
  3. Pulsewidth
  4. Ageispolis
  5. I
  6. Green Calx
  7. Heliosphan
  8. We Are The Music Makers
  9. Schottkey 7th Path
  10. Ptolemy
  11. Hedphelym
  12. Delphium
  13. Actium
Review: In line with the timely reappraisal of all things R&S related, the resurgent Apollo have seen the opportunity to bring one of their most celebrated records back for another round on CD. Aphex Twin's ambient recordings mature magnificently with age, sounding ever richer and more emotive as the rest of electronic music continues to play catch up all around. From the gentle breakbeats of "Xtal" to the aquatic techno lure of "Tha", the airy rave of "Pulsewidth" to the heartwrenching composition of "Ageispolis", every track is a perennial example of how far ambient techno could reach even back then. It's just that no-one quite had the arm-span of Richard D. James.
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LP5 (CD)
Cat: CDSTUMM 436. Rel: 22 Mar 19
Post Rock/Experimental
  1. Voi_Do
  2. Dawan
  3. Laminar Flow
  4. Heroist
  5. Means Of Entry
  6. Brandenburg
  7. Caronte
  8. Eq_Break
  9. Outlier
  10. In Gravitas
Review: The unveiling of an Apparat album is always cause for commotion with the artist influence enough to push radio stations to stream his music 24/7 upon release. Long passages of streaming synth-textures underline the loose and sparse percussive effects of Apparat's jazz and minimalism. The artist's signature bass pulses hit the sweet spot throughout the albums entirety, always inspiring a well of heavy feeling when they do. Touches of the artist's Bpitch Control days remain as does Apparat's always inspired approach when merging instrumentation with outboard gear and technology, beat making and sound design. A sound to cherish once more.
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Everything Now: Day Version (CD in slipcase)
Cat: 889854 47852. Rel: 28 Jul 17
Indie
  1. Everything_Now (continued)
  2. Everything Now
  3. Signs Of Life
  4. Creature Comfort
  5. Peter Pan
  6. Chemistry
  7. Infinite Content
  8. Infinite_Content
  9. Electric Blue
  10. Good God Damn
  11. Put Your Money On Me
  12. We Don't Deserve Love
  13. Everything Now (continued)
Review: Fight through the blizzard of scrupulously meta promotional activity surrounding it and you'll find a record that deconstructs the bombast Aracade Fire have become known for, reveals the vulnerability behind the stadium sheen and offers a treatise on modern day superficiality and consumerism. Moreover, it makes a sterling job of all three - joyfully disco-inflected, poppily uplifting, stylistically adventurous and bolder than every before, this is a band who can reference ABBA and Bowie irony-free in a ditty about information overload and somehow get away with it - a bunch of eternal square pegs with emotional wallop and deft melodic skills at their disposal, constantly in search of musical worlds beyond empty rhetoric and grandstanding gestures.
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Cat: 889854 47862. Rel: 28 Jul 17
Indie
  1. Everything_Now (continued)
  2. Everything Now
  3. Signs Of Life
  4. Creature Comfort
  5. Peter Pan
  6. Chemistry
  7. Infinite Content
  8. Infinite_Content
  9. Electric Blue
  10. Good God Damn
  11. Put Your Money On Me
  12. We Don't Deserve Love
  13. Everything Now (continued)
Review: Fight through the blizzard of scrupulously meta promotional activity surrounding it and you'll find a record that deconstructs the bombast Aracade Fire have become known for, reveals the vulnerability behind the stadium sheen and offers a treatise on modern day superficiality and consumerism. Moreover, it makes a sterling job of all three - joyfully disco-inflected, poppily uplifting, stylistically adventurous and bolder than every before, this is a band who can reference ABBA and Bowie irony-free in a ditty about information overload and somehow get away with it - a bunch of eternal square pegs with emotional wallop and deft melodic skills at their disposal, constantly in search of musical worlds beyond empty rhetoric and grandstanding gestures.
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Chords (CD)
Cat: SUBCD 015. Rel: 11 Jun 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Chords For Organ
  2. Chords For Guitar
Review: As hinted by the stark but bold cover art, Stockholm-based experimental composer Ellen Arkbro has adopted a more minimalist approach on her latest album for James Ginzburg's admirable Subtext label. "Chords" comprises two lengthy pieces, each of which stretches out alluringly across a side of vinyl. A-side "Chords For Organ" sets the tone, with Akbro making merry with unsettling sustained notes, foreboding electronic tones and droning electronic pulses. It's pretty challenging, but strangely alluring in a mind-altering kind of way. "Chords For Guitar" applies a similar approach to effects-laden guitar passages, with individual notes - processed to resemble odd electronic tones - sparring with slowly strummed chords over 17 mesmerizing minutes.
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 in stock $9.82
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