Monthly Archives: May 2015

kuki and the bard

‘kuki and the bard – dalai lama (RAK)’.  Must admit to being somewhat distracted and absolutely smitten by this two track gem. Part of an apparent singles club series from RAK (and yes they come adorned with the classic label … Continue reading

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prism on / mass defect

‘mass defect / prism on – split (polytechnic youth)’.  Forthcoming on a strictly limited 55 only issue via the boutique imprint Polytechnic Youth, latest from the purveyors of new sounds from a lost age finds prism on and mass defect … Continue reading

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((pressures)) / roladex

‘((pressures)) / roladex – split (medical records)’.  Not strictly speaking out for a few months, but best pre order to save disappointed as I suspect this will / and should fly off the racks in nanoseconds when it arrives. Released … Continue reading

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u/v light

‘u/v light – semaphore (medical records)’.  More gems found on a recent wander around that there inter web and the first of several mentions for the Seattle based chill wave imprint medical records. This is a debut long playing platter … Continue reading

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neleonard

‘neleonard – casi cuela (elefant)’.  We are presently trying frantically to search through our in boxes because I suspect we may have somehow fallen off the elefant records mailing list which is giving us cause to be a tad upset. … Continue reading

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bunnygrunt

‘bunnygrunt – open my eyes (happy happy birthday to me)’.  Irresistible turbo trimmed bubble groove from Bunnygrunt. Culled from their forthcoming flame fuelled power pop punked out full length ‘Vol 4’ – incidentally adorned in an ever so cute cat … Continue reading

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the mirror trap

‘the mirror trap – silent men’.  The lengthening shadow of the Thatcherite era still howls and haunts the forgotten towns of Britain’s post industrial past. Its realism, pain and suffering brought into sharp acute focus by the current administrations austerity … Continue reading

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