Monthly Archives: December 2019

Incidental Music from The Dark Outside

Staying a wee while longer with the Dark Outside collective, alas this delightful curio is sold out at source of its physical cassette variant though still worth stumping up the admission fee for its digital alternative. I say ‘curio’ because, … Continue reading

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mr nundy

Officialy set for release as the clocks lurch towards the unveiling of a new decade this evening, those Dark Outside folk round out what’s been, a hugely acclaimed and productive year, with perhaps the last release of the ten-sies before … Continue reading

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yellow6

We were hoping to post a link to an archive Yellow6 track from c.97 / 98 entitled ‘N.Y.E’ posted by Mr Atwood on his bandcamp page, but it seems he’s either been cursed with gremlins or else just forgotten, all … Continue reading

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abronia

We suggest the skinning up of a fat one before falling headlong into the lysergic mystics of this ‘un. This be Abronia with a track culled from their ‘the whole of each eye’ full length through Seattle’s Halfshell imprint, the … Continue reading

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Mr Dube

Many thanks to Phil 345rpm for sending over, what we assume to be, a vintage 60’s platter from South Africa by Mr Dube via Winner. Tucked on the grooves, two cuts of seasonal sunny jive both guaranteed to have the … Continue reading

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middex

Would you believe that it’s the no show of this release from the supplier that is frustratingly holding up an online order we have through a certain record shop. A limited 100 only cassette through tapeworm by Middex entitled ‘Scrutiny’, … Continue reading

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Festive 50 …..

A little homage to the late and great Mr Peel. The radio has never been the same since his passing and Christmas time just doesn’t feel the same with its lead up being spent hugging the transistor feverishly listening to … Continue reading

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