Monthly Archives: September 2014

prettyboy aloe

You won’t believe the grief this track has caused, we’ve spent the last 10 minutes checking our speaker connections thinking the issue was at our end only to discover by playing it on another mobile device that its actually meant … Continue reading

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the hare and the moon with god’s little eskimo

Emerging from the spectral mists of time ingrained in religious mythology and uttered in the lost tongues versed in the old ways, weird folk alchemists the hare and the moon on this occasion aided and abetted by God’s little eskimo … Continue reading

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rev rev rev

Still with winwin – this is going to break hearts and have My Bloody Valentine devotees all a swoon for Italian shoegazing dream poppers Rev Rev Rev are shortly to release ‘catching a buzz’ – an effects pedal drenched head … Continue reading

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cloud life

Staying with one little indian a little while longer, shortly to emerge on their off shoot imprint winwin will be the debut single by cloud life who better known to kith n’ kin as Sean Mazzapica has seen fit to … Continue reading

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samaris

You can sum up this with just one word – sublime. Absolutely unreal and incoming soon on the one little indian imprint by Samaris is ‘tibra’ (the third and final single culled from their quite extraordinary ‘silkidrangar’ album) – a … Continue reading

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tetherball

A brief heads up on this one, we’ve only just got the cloud links so we’ll hang on with a full review while we get acquainted with it in its entirety. For now though this is coming via Silver point … Continue reading

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dustin wong and takako minekawa

We expected nothing less than cute and kooky from this and are happy to say that we’ve got it in spades here. It’s a testament to an artist’s relevance / worth when an album sticks and lodges itself in your … Continue reading

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