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Wednesday, 13 February 2008

STEEL AN' SKIN - Reggae Is Here Again, EM Records

STEEL AN' SKIN

Reggae Is Here Again

EM Records

Format_dot_cdCD // £15.99

WORLD

Cat. Number: EM1075DCD

**Includes documentary DVD by Steve Shaw featuring perceptive commentary from Steel an'Skin's founder Peter Blackman, killer live and rehearsal footage of the band** A comprehensive reissue of Steel An' Skin's output from the late seventies and early eighties, combining the band's debut 12" release Reggae Is Here Once Again, a couple of tracks from their 1984 LP Acid Rain, and one previously unissued piece. Significantly, this edition come as a double disc release, including a DVD featuring Steve Shaw's 34 minute film about the band, made in 1979. As for the music itself, it's a poten… Read more
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STEEL AN' SKIN - Reggae Is Here Again, EM Records
MEGAFAUN - Bury The Square, RADIUM

MEGAFAUN

Bury The Square

RADIUM

Format_dot_cdCD // £12.99

FOLK / ROOTS

Cat. Number: TOE CD 815

New on Table of the Elements offshoot Radium comes North Carolina's Megafaun, a band whose name evokes the kind of enhanced backwoods folk they dish out. In a similar fashion to fellow mavericks Akron/Family, Megafaun fuse together an eccentric, intelligently spun bluegrass-influenced sound, approached with a psychedelia-prone mindset and loose, jammed-out instrumentation. The beautifully frenetic post-folk of 'Find Your Mark' is lit up by sophisticated group vocal arrangements and soaring instrumental passages, starting the album off on a real high note, only for 'Tired And Troubled' to take t… Read more
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MEGAFAUN - Bury The Square, RADIUM

Tuesday, 12 February 2008

ST VINCENT - Marry Me, Beggars Banquet
Featured CD

ST VINCENT

Marry Me

Beggars Banquet

Format_dot_cdCD // £6.49

FOLK / ROOTS

Cat. Number: BBQCD254

Back in stock. St. Vincent is the assumed name of one Annie Clark, a multi instrumentalist who's already managed to notch up quite a list of achievements in her career to date. It might have taken her a while to piece together her stunning debut album, but she's hardly been sitting around watching re-runs of Friends, rather she's been busying herself providing backup for none other than Sufjan Stevens and epic robe-wearing psych-sters The Polyphonic Spree. Quite some pedigree then, and it's this experience which she ploughs whole-heartedly into 'Marry Me', an album that's as ambitious and well-imagi… Read more
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ST VINCENT - Marry Me, Beggars Banquet
EARTH - The Bees Made Honey In The Lion's Skull, Southern Lord Recordings
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EARTH

The Bees Made Honey In The Lion's Skull

Southern Lord Recordings

Format_dot_cdCD // £13.99

DARK AMBIENT / DRONE / METAL

Cat. Number: SUNN90

BACK IN STOCK. Earth's Hex album, despite transgressing doom genre boundaries, turned out to be something of a touchstone for many artists in the field; its American gothic landscapes were quickly swallowed up as a new fixture in the death ambient vocabulary, and countless records seem to have been made since that have tapped into its stately Western gloom. The Bees Made Honey In The Lion's Skull is a natural progression from Hex, taking the same template of slow, simplistic progressions and low-end riffing whilst adding liberal smatterings of keyboard instrumentation - har… Read more
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EARTH - The Bees Made Honey In The Lion's Skull, Southern Lord Recordings

Monday, 11 February 2008

ANTARCTICA TAKES IT! - The Penguin League, How Does It Feel To Be Loved?

ANTARCTICA TAKES IT!

The Penguin League

How Does It Feel To Be Loved?

Format_dot_cdCD // £8.99

FOLK / ROOTS

Cat. Number: HDIF003

You'd imagine the prospect of an album recorded directly into the internal microphone of a laptop to be a fairly dismal one: probably some lazy, sketched-out singer-songwriter affair. That's certainly not the case here however. Dylan McKeever's Antarctica Takes It channels an expansive ensemble format in the vein of Sufjan Stevens, Beirut, Seabear, or Loney, Dear configuring his sprightly, exuberant songs via strings, brass, accordion, piano and glockenspiel, all captured by that measly laptop mic. You could never reasonably expect this album to sound as good as it does, but someh… Read more
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ANTARCTICA TAKES IT! - The Penguin League, How Does It Feel To Be Loved?
CALIKA - Seedling Mother, Audiobulb Records

CALIKA

Seedling Mother

Audiobulb Records

Format_dot_cdCD // £11.49

ELECTRONIC

Cat. Number: AB015

Seedling Mother is the follow-up to Simon Kealoha's previous Audiobulb release Small Talk Kills Me, and its Benbecula predecessor, The Bright Spot. While by no means a comprehensive departure from prior works, Seedling Mother finds Calika embracing an almost jazzy compositional looseness, flirting with the kind of live instrumentation and pots-and-pans sampling you might encounter on an early Four Tet outing, or perhaps on an offshoot from the Hood camp, along similar lines to the hip hop melancholy of Bracken or The Declining Winter. Kealoha's compositional skills and production credentials mesh… Read more
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CALIKA - Seedling Mother, Audiobulb Records
GOLDFRAPP - A & E / Clowns (Super 8 Film), Mute
The first single to be lifted from the forthcoming Seventh Tree album sheds the duo's erstwhile preoccupation with glam rock raunch in favour of a more stripped back sound, suggestive of straight-up balladry, albeit with a few electronic augmentations here and there. It might all come a touch too close to the light end of the pop universe for some, but certainly, the 'Tiger Feet'-schtick of old is well and truly out the window. On this format, in addition to the single itself you get the music video to album track 'Clowns', sounding like an unearthed Vashti Bunyan song. The video is suitably archaic looking, all filmed on Super 8.
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GOLDFRAPP - A & E / Clowns (Super 8 Film), Mute

Thursday, 07 February 2008

VARIOUS / TAPPER ZUKIE - Rootsman Connection, KINGSTON SOUNDS

VARIOUS / TAPPER ZUKIE

Rootsman Connection

KINGSTON SOUNDS

Format_dot_cdCD // £12.99

DUB / REGGAE

Cat. Number: KSCD014

"During the mid 70s in downtown Kingston Tapper Zukie was establishing himself as named star on the DJ roots circuit and would become a favourite with the UK punk scene. Back home however, Tapper was also getting a name for his production talents, of which this cd showcases 15 cuts. Kingston Sounds have selected some fine cuts from this period with singers such as Horace Andy, Cornell Campbell and Prince Alla, as well as lesser known ones such as Ba Wisdom and Putto Black. Of course no Tapper Zukie collection would be complete without the man himself dropping some lyrics so there's a couple of cuts from the man himself, including a sound clash with Jah Mikey..."
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VARIOUS / TAPPER ZUKIE - Rootsman Connection, KINGSTON SOUNDS
THE MAE-SHI - Hlllyh, Moshi Moshi

THE MAE-SHI

Hlllyh

Moshi Moshi

Format_dot_cdCD // £11.99

INDIE / ALTERNATIVE

Cat. Number: MOSHICD21

If I may appropriate the diction of Terror Twilight-era Stephen Malkmus, this lot need to simmer, simmer, simmer down. Imagine Andrew WK pepping up a Polyphonic Spree collaboration with Akron/Family and you're in the right sort of hyperactive, joycore territory. Frankly, it's exhausting. From hard rocking guitar workouts on the title track to surreal samba hallucinations ('Party Politics') via electropop lunacy ('Young Marks') these guys don't know when to give it a rest. Furthermore, 'Boys In The Attic' is like a smashed-up garage version of '70s stadium rock (presumably that's an Aerosmith Toys In … Read more
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THE MAE-SHI - Hlllyh, Moshi Moshi
VINNY PECULIAR - Goodbye My Angry Friend, PRONOIR

VINNY PECULIAR

Goodbye My Angry Friend

PRONOIR

Format_dot_cdCD // £8.99

INDIE / ALTERNATIVE

Cat. Number: PROCDA007

Manchester resident Vinny Peculiar (aka Alan Wilkes) has friends in high places. The Smiths' Mike Joyce and Oasis' former rhythm guitarist Paul 'Bonehead Arthurs have both been known to step into his live band. Neither are present for these recordings, but Wilkes nonetheless manages a decent approximation of '70s rock, with a clear Bowie influence. If there is a complaint to be lodged against the album it's likely to be down to the overcooked production, which spends too much time trying out flashy effects when it hasn't quite nailed down the basics. Tracks like 'Kiss Me (I'm A So… Read more
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VINNY PECULIAR - Goodbye My Angry Friend, PRONOIR

Wednesday, 06 February 2008

AIDAN JOHN MOFFAT - I Can Hear Your Heart, Chemikal Underground Records

AIDAN JOHN MOFFAT

I Can Hear Your Heart

Chemikal Underground Records

Format_dot_cdCD // £6.99

INDIE / ALTERNATIVE

Cat. Number: CHEM101CD

Foulmouthed beat poet Aidan Moffat returns to solo recording, this time not under his Lucky Pierre guise. You'll still find the odd lush orchestral soundscapes here, but the main course is the Ex-Arab Strap frontman's virtuosic expletive-ridden verse. Setting often rather loungey, crackly old vinyl samples against these sex-driven narratives makes for an evocative (if uncomfortable) radiophonic experience, with Moffat's delivery maintaining a startling frankness and intimacy throughout. This album defies convention in formatting terms, to the point where the first track is made u… Read more
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AIDAN JOHN MOFFAT - I Can Hear Your Heart, Chemikal Underground Records

Tuesday, 05 February 2008

KRONOS QUARTET - Terry Riley: The Cusp Of Magic, NONESUCH
The Cusp Of Magic was commissioned by the Kronos Quartet to commemorate the 70th birthday of their longtime friend and collaborator Terry Riley. Frankly, it's a bit mean making someone work so hard on something for their own birthday, but there's clearly a great deal of joy been poured into the composition, with the outwardly quite frivolous use of children's toys and noise-makers on one of the piece's six movements, 'Emily And Alice'. Far from being the sort of irritatingly twee exercise in banal tinkering it might have been, there's a tangible link to fairy tale worlds (ap… Read more
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KRONOS QUARTET - Terry Riley: The Cusp Of Magic, NONESUCH

Monday, 04 February 2008

VARIOUS / NUMERO GROUP - Wayfaring Strangers: Guitar Soli, Numero Group
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VARIOUS / NUMERO GROUP

Wayfaring Strangers: Guitar Soli

Numero Group

Format_dot_cdCD // £12.99

FOLK / ROOTS

Cat. Number: NUM018

Now all dust from the recent explosion of solo guitar albums has settled somewhat, the Numero Group barge their way into this most saturated of markets with their customarily keen eye for unearthing largely unknown talents. The liner notes go through the motions of presenting a potted history of the form, inevitably paying tribute to John Fahey and the Takoma school, but this is only contextual information, provided to gently introduce newcomers to the format. According to Rob Sevier's introduction, that's the sort of audience this compilation is aimed at: the new an… Read more
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VARIOUS / NUMERO GROUP - Wayfaring Strangers: Guitar Soli, Numero Group
VARIOUS / MESSTHETICS - Messthetics 104: Diy 1977-1981 South Wales, HYPED TO DEATH
This new instalment in the reliably essential Messthetics series focuses on the DIY scene of South Wales circa 1977-1981, featuring Z-Block bands like Reptile Ranch, What To Wear, The Decadent Few and The Discount Chiefs (whose name might be suggestive of a Kaiser Chiefs tribute band, but there the comparison ends). As with all the Messthetics collections, there's an abundance of great lost bands in here, but fortunately the accompanying booklet goes someway toward making sense of it all, breaking the Welsh DIY movement into localised scenes, providing enoug… Read more
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VARIOUS / MESSTHETICS - Messthetics 104: Diy 1977-1981 South Wales, HYPED TO DEATH
VARIOUS / MESSTHETICS - Messthetics 105: Diy 1977-1981 Scotland, HYPED TO DEATH
The Messthetics series heads north of the border for a helping of Scottish DIY, cultivated from between 1977 and 1981. You'll find established New Wave greats Fire Engines on this disc, both under that name and their original moniker 'Dirty Reds', but there's so much more to be discovered beyond the surface of 'The Sound Of Young Scotland' tag that followed the scene around. Buried alt. pop classics like The Commercials' 'Simon' and Brills' 'Gang Of One' sit alongside poorly recorded oddities like He's Dead Jim's 'Towel On The Radiator/Lampshade', the cheekil… Read more
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VARIOUS / MESSTHETICS - Messthetics 105: Diy 1977-1981 Scotland, HYPED TO DEATH
TEN HORNED BEAST / MARZURAAN - Split, AURORA BOREALIS

TEN HORNED BEAST / MARZURAAN

Split

AURORA BOREALIS

Format_dot_cdCD // £11.99

DARK AMBIENT / DRONE / METAL

Cat. Number: ABX021CD

Some fresh auditory malevolence from Aurora Borealis, this time in the form of a split album from North Eastern harbingers of doom TenHornedBeast and Marzuraan. The first piece takes on an elongated, sinister drone, clocking up almost half an hour of distant, echoing string resonance from bowed guitars and cold, steely walls of distortion. The next track is roughly half the length, taking on a more song-like structure, with recognisable instrumentation coming together for a quarter-hour or so of curious shoegazing doom. It's a little like Jesu without the vocals and electronic sounds… Read more
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TEN HORNED BEAST / MARZURAAN - Split, AURORA BOREALIS
RABBIT SEASON - Slow Math, RABBIT

RABBIT SEASON

Slow Math

RABBIT

Format_dot_cdCD // £12.99

INDIE / ALTERNATIVE

Cat. Number: RR001CD

Toronto's Rabbit Season is the trio of Andrew Roy, Jordan Wood and Thom Paulozza, who occupy a similar part of the musical spectrum as fellow not-disco referencers Glass Candy and the DFA, whilst venturing intrepidly into the screwball pop experimentation of the Paw Tracks camp. The band's anything-goes approach calls upon playful electronic beats and cheap synths to fashion deftly economical pop songs, all capped off with a refreshingly human-sounding approach to the vocoder. The end results exude no small amount of charm, maintaining a clearheaded pop understanding, whilst rejigging familiar f… Read more
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RABBIT SEASON - Slow Math, RABBIT

Thursday, 31 January 2008

BURNING WITCH - Crippled Lucifer, Southern Lord Recordings

BURNING WITCH

Crippled Lucifer

Southern Lord Recordings

Format_dot_cd2CD // £13.99

DARK AMBIENT / DRONE / METAL

Cat. Number: SNN02R

Hold aloft thy BC Rich Warlocks: it's the return of Burning Witch, Stephen O'Malley's other, other band (i.e. neither SunnO))) nor Khanate). The band actually broke up in the late nineties, before founding members O'Malley and Greg Anderson went on to form SunnO))), but before that time they managed to record the Towers and Rift Canyon albums, both of which were included on the original issue of Crippled Lucifer, plus out of print material (namely the tracks 'Communion' and 'The Bleeder' from a Hydra Head-released split CD with Goatsnake, plus Randall Dunn's remix of 'Rift Canyon Dreams')… Read more
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BURNING WITCH - Crippled Lucifer, Southern Lord Recordings
GLORYTELLERS - Glorytellers, Southern

GLORYTELLERS

Glorytellers

Southern

Format_dot_cdCD // £11.99

FOLK / ROOTS

Cat. Number: 28144-2

Guitarist, singer and songwriter Geoff Farina is the driving force behind Glorytellers, a project that sees the ex-Karate member strumming his way through a delightful collection of jazz-tinged country ballads. There's a definite rustic, pastoral feel to all this, particularly on luscious harmonised numbers like 'Tears Of...', something which has more than a hint of Iron & Wine about it, but there's more to Farina's work than that. 'Anonymous' showcases some pretty exceptional guitar chops, cutting through the otherwise easy-going ditties with a real flair for fluid runs and clean licks. This … Read more
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GLORYTELLERS - Glorytellers, Southern
LUPEN CROOK AND THE MURDERBIRDS - Lupen Crook & The Murderbirds, Tap n Tin
Weirdo folkie Lupen Crook (aka Matthew Pritchard) returns with a new band at his side, The Murderbirds, who presumably at the heart of the thunderous metallic riffsmanship on opener 'Cackle And The Crown'. All the powerchord intensity drops out again for The Number Of Frames though, which recalls the baroque acoustic work of Espers, albeit with Mr. Crook's distinctive nasal whine as its driving force. It's a real love/hate binary with this guy: his success is largely at the mercy of how you feel about the contrived, distorted vocal he delivers, something which… Read more
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LUPEN CROOK AND THE MURDERBIRDS - Lupen Crook & The Murderbirds, Tap n Tin

Tuesday, 29 January 2008

SILVIA FÄSSLER & BILLY ROISZ - Skylla, Editions Mego

SILVIA FÄSSLER & BILLY ROISZ

Skylla

Editions Mego

Format_dot_cdCD // £13.99

ELECTRONIC

Cat. Number: DeMEGO 001

The first in Editions Mego's new limited edition series 'Demand', this release is a collaboration between Viennese artists Silvia Fässler and Billy Roisz who go head to head with their laptops blazing, summoning up the kind of digitised din that made the Mego label in its original incarnation such an important outlet for cutting edge computer music. Despite sounding challenging and very much a record of the present, there is something about the album that harks back to that old Mego roster, largely because it succeeds at being both experimental and oddly, rather fun too. After a ninete… Read more
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SILVIA FÄSSLER & BILLY ROISZ - Skylla, Editions Mego

Monday, 28 January 2008

ALEC EMPIRE - The Golden Foretaste Of Heaven, EAT YOUR HEART OUT

ALEC EMPIRE

The Golden Foretaste Of Heaven

EAT YOUR HEART OUT

Format_dot_cdCD // £11.99

INDUSTRIAL / WAVE / ELECTRO

Cat. Number: EYHOCD001

Alarm bells might go off after reading some of Alec Empire's sleevenotes. Here's a quotation from the Digital Hardcore supremo: "Oh yeah before I forget: this is an indie rock noise record... this is the music that I do in my spare time..." Great. Nothing like a disclaimer to sell a record, Al. All you Atari Teenage Riot fans might be slightly alarmed to discover the Gary Numan-meets-The Strokes tactics of opener 'New Man', but there is something quite appealing about this: Alec's vocal seems to alternate between Iggy Pop-style snarling and the awkward, anglicised intonations … Read more
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ALEC EMPIRE - The Golden Foretaste Of Heaven, EAT YOUR HEART OUT
THE BATTLE OF LAND AND SEA - The Battle Of Land And Sea, MIS OJOS DISCOS

THE BATTLE OF LAND AND SEA

The Battle Of Land And Sea

MIS OJOS DISCOS

Format_dot_cdCD // £12.99

FOLK / ROOTS

Cat. Number: NTNF008

The Battle Of Land & Sea is the recording alias of Portland's Sarah O'Shura and Joshua Canny, whose line in unadorned acoustic songs should really sound like old hat in 2008, but far from it, this debut is executed with a flair and charm that transcends the folk boom of 2005. Despite being very slight in scale and instrumental range, The arrangements avoid monotony thanks to some clever multitracking, particularly with regards to the vocals. It was with great disappointment that I discovered 'The Beautiful Ones' was not a Suede cover. It's still one of the album's h… Read more
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THE BATTLE OF LAND AND SEA - The Battle Of Land And Sea, MIS OJOS DISCOS
KID TWIST - A Bionic Yell, LOAF

KID TWIST

A Bionic Yell

LOAF

Format_dot_cdCD // £3.49

INDUSTRIAL / WAVE / ELECTRO

Cat. Number: LOAF12

Hailing from the small Scottish fishing town of Oban, Colin Bailey fashions a quirksome brand of electronic pop, sounding like a slightly deranged Calvin Harris on lead track 'I Can't Dance'. Already finding favour with Mary-Anne Hobbs, Bailey's clearly onto something with his unique bedroom disco. These five tracks serve as a precursor to the forthcoming Kid Twist album, which apparently is being overseen by none other than Howie B. It sounds like Bailey's doing pretty well on his own though, with angular, slow jams like 'Calculator' tapping into the Hot Chip zeitgeist and the sheeny, Solvent-s… Read more
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KID TWIST - A Bionic Yell, LOAF
DIEBOLD - Diebold, BANGOR

DIEBOLD

Diebold

BANGOR

Format_dot_cdCD // £13.99

DARK AMBIENT / DRONE / METAL

Cat. Number: BANG004-2

Montreal's Bangor Records, the label that brought you the Mile-End Ladies String Auxiliary, returns with an album of bass vs. drums jam tracks recorded live and coated - nay, caked - in a layer of fizzing distortion. Toughened up, low-end grooves are the order of the day, with tracks like 'Sure' and 'Usaid' bringing a real heaviness, with a sound mix that's so loud, and so far into the red that you won't even notice that there are only two instruments being played at any one time - the residual fuzz takes up the remainder of the bandwidth. 'Opera' marks something of a departure, and could almost be a So… Read more
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DIEBOLD - Diebold, BANGOR
NWA - Straight Outta Compton (20th Anniversary Edition), Priority
The definitive gangsta rap tome, NWA's Straight Outta Compton doesn't sound any more sedate twenty years on, though you can't help but wonder what Ice Cube makes of all this stuff, looking back: when he's sitting around on the set of Cheaper By The Dozen IV, or whatever he's doing for money nowadays, does he ever muse upon his creative past? Well, clearly someone does. This reissue features a number of bonus tracks, most notably Snoop Dogg's take on 'Gangsta Gangsta', and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony's take on 'F**k The Police'. The original album itself remains the real d… Read more
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NWA - Straight Outta Compton (20th Anniversary Edition), Priority
WILLIAM EATON - Music by William Eaton, EM Records

WILLIAM EATON

Music by William Eaton

EM Records

Format_dot_cdCD // £13.49

FOLK / ROOTS

Cat. Number: EM1059CD

String-based multi-instrumentalist and experimental luthier William Eaton first released this music in 1978 with a limited run of 1000 copies. Each of the pieces was based upon on-the-spot improvisation, exploring the tonal capabilities of the various instrumental creations at his disposal. Eaton was a co-founder of the Roberto-Venn School Of Luthiery in Phoenix, Arizona, so consequently you can expect to hear some fairly bizarre timbres along the way. In his pursuit of renewing the guitar's sonic palette, Eaton used instruments ranging from the conventional 6 and 12 string dreadnou… Read more
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WILLIAM EATON - Music by William Eaton, EM Records
BAND OF HORSES - Cease To Begin, SUB POP

BAND OF HORSES

Cease To Begin

SUB POP

Format_dot_cdCD // £6.99

INDIE / ALTERNATIVE

Cat. Number: SPCD745

Back in stock. Band Of Horses started out their career opening up shows for close friend and labelmate Iron & Wine. Since then the band have pulled off a similar level of crossover success enjoyed by The Shins and other such members of the Sub Pop elite, clocking up airtime on Letterman and enjoying a nomination for the Shortlist Music Prize (a bit like the mercury Prize but internationally-minded) in addition to the expected, much deserved press adulation. Cease To Begin is the band's second album, reuniting them with Phil Ek, esteemed producer of their debut, Everything All The Time, who… Read more
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BAND OF HORSES - Cease To Begin, SUB POP

Friday, 25 January 2008

FRIDGE - The Sun, Text Records

FRIDGE

The Sun

Text Records

Format_dot_cdCD // £3.99

FOLK / ROOTS

Cat. Number: TEXT003

Back in stock! It's been absolutely ages since Fridge's last work (the incredible 'Happiness'), far too long in our opinion, but of course since then a certain Keiran Hebden has become something of a household name. Under his snappy Four Tet moniker he's managed to edge his way into public life as the acceptable face of the underground - championing jazzy improvisation, chunky electronics and chopped up post-hop messiness he's won over countless listeners with his unique style, something which sadly Fridge never really managed to do. Even bandmate Adem has made waves with his loving brand of nu-folk (don… Read more
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FRIDGE - The Sun, Text Records
EFTERKLANG - Parades, The Leaf Label

EFTERKLANG

Parades

The Leaf Label

Format_dot_cdCD // £12.99

FOLK / ROOTS

Cat. Number: BAY 58CD

Back in stock. Over recent years the Scandinavian nations have acquired quite a reputation for their expansive, orchestral pop music, with Efterklang being one of the most reliable ports of call for icy, string-based lyricism. Parades finds the band distancing themselves from the throngs of post-rock groups that emerged in the wake of Sigur Ros' success, instead focussing on a folksy, more up close and personal take on the genre. The crisply realised electronic sound design and church choir dynamics of 'Polygyne' typifies what Efterklang do best, occupying a grand scale yet avoiding the impersonal, s… Read more
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EFTERKLANG - Parades, The Leaf Label