Imagine Wesley Willis in space, fronting a heavy metal band whose members are baboons on Ritalin. Then you may come close. Fun, eh?
Continue reading “CTCVN – Aborting Eve”
…it’s the ideal soundtrack for ray-gun fire and ectoplasm goo. It’s what Jules Verne, E.T, ewoks and those floaty Matrix guys listen to after the sci-fi AGM.
Continue reading “Aniaetleprogrammeur- The Friendly Expectations of the Stars”
So, it seems KIN have tea cups, a washing machine and a pile of newspapers, among other things, to thank.
Continue reading “KIN- Soon EP”
This is a very urban record, post post-industrial, sleek, hinting at the impersonal, maybe quietly taking the mick out of all those well managed, astute modern lifestyles.
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Despite the long jams and proggy reference points, it’s a supremely easy record to get along with, easy to drop in to, as and when.
Continue reading “Poltergeist – Your Mind Is a Box Let Us Fill It with Wonder”
Whatever, Kosmischer Läufer is a clandestine, Loki-esque version of what Dame Vera Lynne pedalled with White Cliffs of Dover. Or Public Service Broadcasting do with their debut release.
Continue reading “Incendiary get taken for a ride by Kosmischer Läufer”
Apparently there still exist those who consider Jason Pierce to have been the “talent” in Spacemen 3. There are still people who think the world is flat and TV soaps are real, too…
Continue reading “Incendiary go to Primavera Sound 20-26/5/13”
If this sort of insipid electro pop experiences a resurgence I’m doing a MacKenzie. I hope that your editor will look after my whippets.
Continue reading “Notes from the Fireside – June 2013 Edition”