Heading out of Bureau B April time, the eagerly anticipated second full length from Die Wilde Jagd. With a debut album released two years ago and still much adored around these here parts, so taken that it occasionally gets a … Continue reading
Look what we sneaked online while you were sleeping……..part 1….. Revolutions of a 45 and 33 kind…… An end of year spring clean if you cobbling together all the reviews committed to post these last 12 months or more, there’ll … Continue reading
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Tales from the Attic Volume LVIII Revolutions of a 33 and 45 kind…. Another rogue thought lost missive gathering gems we were listening to earlier this year…..included here…. Joseph quimby jr, les big byrd, Tiny blue dragon, noah, autobahn, nightingales, … Continue reading
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More teaser snippets from Bureau B I’m afraid though this time from a duo responsible for one of our favourite albums this year so far. Die Wilde Jagd are collaborative tour de force born of the pairing of Unit 4 … Continue reading
‘die wilde jagd – s/t (tapete / bureau b)’. You can always rely on tapete / bureau b to occasion the odd picking your jaw off the floor moment, last years unexpected year end list botherer was the debuting platter … Continue reading