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Alben
Cat: DC 628. Rel: 22 Jan 16
  1. Squealer (3:42)
  2. Californian Hills (3:09)
  3. Emotional Mugger/Leopard Priestess (5:20)
  4. Breakfast Eggs (2:36)
  5. Diversion (3:36)
  6. Baby Big Man (I Want A Mommy) (2:44)
  7. Mandy Cream (3:16)
  8. Candy Sam (3:15)
  9. Squealer Two (3:23)
  10. W.U.O.T.W.S. (2:47)
  11. The Magazine (3:58)
Review: Who knows what Ty Segall's channeling to be quite so prodigiously prolific, yet his rate of creativity hammers powerfully on - it only seems a few months since his T. Rex covers record 'Ty Rex', yet here is another blast of raunch and rapture seemingly time0warped in from the very early '70s. Slightly less grandstanding than his breakthrough 'Redeemer', this is a still more garage-driven, raucous and eternally teenage blast of aggression, supercharged by the pedal-driven intensity that marks his aptly-monickered side-project Fuzz yet showing all the songwriting suss by which he's made his name. Petulant yet impressively potent.
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Ty Segall (gatefold LP)
Cat: DC 658. Rel: 27 Jan 17
  1. Break A Guitar (3:38)
  2. Freedom (2:08)
  3. Warm Hands (Freedom Returned) (10:15)
  4. Talkin' (3:41)
  5. The Only One (3:53)
  6. Thank You Mr. K (2:52)
  7. Orange Color Queen (3:03)
  8. Papers (2:59)
  9. Take Care (To Comb Your Hair) (3:20)
Review: It would seem for all the world like Ty Segall is locked in some deathless conflict with Thee Oh Sees man John Swyer to see who can be the most prolific garage rock genius of the here and now, with this self-titled effort - a record as awash with his trademark blend of jam-kicking cheer and stylish chutzpah as ever - the latest case for this cause. But with his band The Muggers taking a more prominent role here, 'Ty Segall' is not just that same old fabulous thing - sure, there are three minutes punk gems, cocky T-Rex ramalama and head-spinning psych-pop, yet one song here hits a mighty ten minutes, hinting that there may be evolutionary pathways open to this modern-day marvel even beyond his ability to rock out like no-one else on earth.
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Ty Segall (cassette)
Cat: DC 658CS. Rel: 03 Feb 17
  1. Break A Guitar (3:39)
  2. Freedom (1:57)
  3. Warm Hands (Freedom Returned) (10:33)
  4. Talkin' (3:52)
  5. The Only One (3:55)
  6. Thank You Mr K (2:56)
  7. Orange Color Queen (3:06)
  8. Papers (3:01)
  9. Take Care (To Comb Your Hair) (3:22)
Review: It would seem for all the world like Ty Segall is locked in some deathless conflict with Thee Oh Sees man John Swyer to see who can be the most prolific garage rock genius of the here and now, with this self-titled effort - a record as awash with his trademark blend of jam-kicking cheer and stylish chutzpah as ever - the latest case for this cause. But with his band The Muggers taking a more prominent role here, 'Ty Segall' is not just that same old fabulous thing - sure, there are three minutes punk gems, cocky T-Rex ramalama and head-spinning psych-pop, yet one song here hits a mighty ten minutes, hinting that there may be evolutionary pathways open to this modern-day marvel even beyond his ability to rock out like no-one else on earth.
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Cat: DAMGOOD 496LP. Rel: 21 Sep 18
  1. When I Can't Remember (2:28)
  2. She Sailed The Sea (2:33)
  3. Your Embrace (3:15)
  4. Plastic Lives (1:43)
  5. Locust Files Again (1:31)
  6. Unable To Recall (3:17)
  7. Boredom (3:07)
  8. Things I Hear (1:57)
  9. Ever Inch Of My Mind (4:07)
  10. The Wrong Things (1:53)
  11. Corinna (2:35)
  12. Splitting In Two (3:48)
Review: INTRODUCING: The Shadracks, a three-piece jangle straight out of south eastern England. Harmonic distortion and an upbeat take on swinging, garage rock is how the band are making their name, with the surf rock of "Corinna" a highlight alongside the rolling drums and punky vocals of "Every Inch Of My Mind". With the band still full of a youthful, romantic angst, their debut opus sees the troupe scramble together a playful melee of amped guitars and loose drums to fit that perfect vintage feel.
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Cat: 019029 6947704. Rel: 05 Oct 18
  1. Resister (2:53)
  2. Something For The Pain (3:09)
  3. Arm Yourself (3:36)
  4. Between Stars (3:24)
  5. Wolf & Bird (3:21)
  6. Paradise (3:24)
  7. Ocean Song (2:57)
  8. Revolution Of Mind (3:41)
  9. Dopamine (3:32)
  10. Resister Reprise (2:26)
  11. Human (2:18)
Review: Straight outta the banks of Merseyside comes She Drew The Gun, a Liverpool psych-pop four-piece spearheaded by the vocals of frontwoman Louisa Roach. It's the group's second album and again it pulls no punches in restraining the band's cultural affliction on modern day society in poetically calling out for the better treatment of the homeless to the dissolvement of capitalism itself. In a way that Ladytron oozed anti-consumerist sentiments in "Seventeen", She Drew The Gun draws upon similar themes in lead track "Resister", only in a way that seems more made for the muddy banks of Glastonbury than the Kraftwerkian jungles of the corporate inner-city.
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Silver Apples (limited coloured vinyl LP)
Cat: JPR 034. Rel: 14 Jun 16
  1. Oscillations (2:32)
  2. Seagreen Serenades (2:54)
  3. Lovefingers (4:09)
  4. Program (4:06)
  5. Velvet Cave (3:30)
  6. Whirly-Bird (2:40)
  7. Dust (3:34)
  8. Dancing Gods (5:56)
  9. Misty Mountain (2:43)
Review: Now as ever, it's hard to fathom that this mighty collision of psychedelic pop fantasia and fearlessly avant-garde electronic innovation was released nearly fifty years ago - perhaps owing partly to the fact that there was simply nothing remotely like this around in 1968, this record has not dated one iota, and such is the radiance of the songwriting and the intensity of the performances, this stands proud as music transmitted seemingly from another dimension. As melodically bewitching as it is fearless in its dives off the experimental deep end, this is an evergreen piece-de-resistance that set the bar for electronic rock music frighteningly high right from the off.
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Cat: CCR 006. Rel: 29 Sep 16
  1. The Edge Of Wonder
  2. Missin You
  3. Colors
  4. Nothing Matters
  5. The Mist
  6. Susie
  7. Fractal Flow
  8. Drifting
  9. Charred Fragments
  10. Concerto For Monkey & Oscillator
  11. The Rain
  12. The Edge Of Wonder (demo version)
Review: Still making the majority of Johnny-come-lately electronic artists look like both philistines and lightweights at 78 years of age, Simeon Coxe is till touring in an evolved manifestation of the same setup that he first stunned the avant-garde underground with nearly fifty years ago, and this, his first new album in nearly two decades - shows that he's far from losing his touch in the creation of dizzy melody and cosmic sonic architecture. This outfit's trademark classic proto-motorik groove is in place, as is the bewitching astral atmosphere, yet the gentle mysticism at the heart of the songs here remain true testimony to Simeon's status as a timeless visionary.
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Gorthleck (limited hand-numbered CD)
Cat: C56CD 020. Rel: 21 Jul 16
  1. Dogwood (5:46)
  2. Enos (6:15)
  3. Errogie (5:09)
  4. Alrick (2:24)
  5. Gorthleck (part 1) (1:28)
  6. Mhor (9:02)
  7. Mr Coats (7:18)
  8. Nether (6:46)
  9. Gorthleck (part 2) (2:12)
Review: For the recording sessions for Gorthleck, long-running collaborators Paul 'Mudd' Murphy and Ben Smith set up a small studio in a loch-side house in the Scottish highlands. The dramatic scenery and ever-changing weather patterns seem to have proved inspirational, because the album is arguably the downtempo duo's strongest to date. Variously influenced by kosmiche, Balearica, neo-folk, ambient, Tangerine Dream and movie soundtracks, the album's nine tracks meander along impressively, subtly shifting shape whilst winding their way into your subconscious. It's a beautiful set from start to finish, rich with hazy musicality and mood-enhancing moments, and comes highly recommended.
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Vol 4 (LP)
Cat: VB 05LP. Rel: 23 May 17
  1. Begin The Mothership (10:41)
  2. Action Ray (4:48)
  3. Blowing Tornadoes (5:15)
  4. Bremsstrahlung (4:00)
  5. Golden Gooj (4:41)
  6. Rainbows (3:53)
  7. Build A Raft (5:11)
  8. We're So Tired (3:53)
Review: Steve Nolan originally made his name with beguiling noise/drone droogs Magik Markers, and Spectre Folk marks his latest foray into the aural wilderness, aided and abetted by luminaries like Sonic Youth's Steve Shelley and Pavement's Mark Ibold on a collection of songs that blend acoustic filigree with a beatific aura of otherworldly psychedelia. Displaying as much in common with the krautrock wanderings of early Ash Ra as the free folk of Sunburnt Hand Of The Man, and not altogether unlike John Fahey were he to be reincarnated in the Brooklyn indie milieu, its hazy strains and carefree atmosphere are a tonic for the encroaching summer months.
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Mental Health (limited white vinyl LP)
Cat: HNRLP 008. Rel: 28 Sep 16
  1. Cha Cha Cha (3:50)
  2. Second Hand Smoke (11:50)
  3. Twa-Lif (3:25)
  4. Psygnosis (5:15)
  5. Dymaxion Music (4:36)
  6. Turn Your Illness Into A Weapon (2:36)
  7. Dope Rider (5:19)
Review: As we increasingly inhabit a world in which the term 'psych' becomes as de-clawed and meaningless as 'punk', and in which blandness and stylistic codification take over from inspiration and iconoclasm, it can be a blessed relief to be confronted by a record like this debut from the Gothenburg-dwelling duo, whose drone-based, righteously repetitive and joyfully anarchic racket gleans sonic salvation effectively by summoning the eldritch spirits of Spacemen 3, Suicide, Wolf Eyes and Brainbombs for an intimidating trip into the nether that's as much bliss and blitzkrieg. Rejoice, heads and headcases alike - there are still records intent on making psychedelia dangerous.
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Ace
Cat: XXQLP 2049. Rel: 01 Feb 17
  1. Caravan - "Love Song With Flute" (4:13)
  2. The Roger Webb Sound - "Moon Bird" (2:18)
  3. The Parlour Band - "Early Morning Eyes" (3:51)
  4. Scotch Mist - "Pamela" (3:12)
  5. Spring - "The Prisoner (Eight By Ten)" (5:32)
  6. The Orange Bicycle - "Last Cloud Home" (3:06)
  7. T2 - "JLT" (5:50)
  8. Bill Fay - "'Til The Christ Come Back" (3:07)
  9. Van Der Graaf Generator - "Refugees" (5:18)
  10. Aardvark - "Very Nice Of You To Call" (3:35)
  11. John Cale - "Big White Cloud" (3:25)
  12. Belle Gonzalez - "Bottles" (3:21)
  13. The Way We Live - "Watching White Stars" (7:06)
  14. Offspring - "Windfall" (3:27)
  15. Camel - "Never Let Go" (3:38)
  16. Daevid Allen - "Wise Man In Your Heart" (8:30)
  17. Matching Mole - "O Caroline" (5:08)
  18. Prelude - "Edge Of The Sea" (6:41)
  19. Alan Parker & Alan Hawkshaw - "Evening Shade" (2:34)
Review: If you're looking for someone to chronicle the seamier side of British musical history, or a curatorial force with insights into its more dusty and unchartered areas, no-one is better qualified than Saint Etienne boffins Bob Stanley and Pete Wiggs, and they've excelled themselves here, delivering a beautifully chosen and endlessly evocative selection of songs from an era often overlooked by the reductive forces of retro culture - a disenfranchised but rich zone in the early seventies after psychedelia, when although the '60s dream had faded slightly the atmosphere of melancholy and hope alike made for unclassifiable and evergreen music. Not quite prog, not quite psych, the likes of T2, Aardvark, Matching Mole and Van Der Graaf Generator were harbingers of a lost spirit that makes for endlessly rewarding listening here, sitting proudly alongside better known figures like Daevid Allen and John Cale on a strange time capsule to be cherished.
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Gunn Vile (LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: LPTLR 111X. Rel: 12 Jul 17
  1. Kurt Vile - "Pretty Boy" (4:11)
  2. Kurt Vile - "Way Back Then" (3:34)
  3. Kurt Vile - "Red Apples For Tom Scharpling" (4:18)
  4. Kurt Vile - "NPR Reject" (1:33)
  5. Steve Gunn - "60/40" (5:07)
  6. Steve Gunn - "Spring Garden" (10:05)
Review: This collaboration between the long-locked Dylanesque troubadour and the offbeat guitar virtuoso was originally released as part of Three Lobed Records' Parallelogram series and pulls off the neat trick of playing the strengths of the twin mavericks whilst also expanding their oeuvres into pastures new - largely consisting of covers of songs by the likes of Randy Newman and Tom Prine, these wayward and beguiling extrapolations veer between the gothically compelling and the psychedelically fried, yet shot through with the maverick spark and wayward charm with which each artist has become renowned.
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