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open field

Look I know we’ve featured this in recent dispatches, in truth we’d forgotten we had until we donned head phones for a curious peak, but here’s Open Field, the subject of a limited lathe press through Static Caravan, among their … Continue reading

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david jaycock

After what was a momentary ‘stylus defunct enquiry dilemma’, we’ve managed to give it our most fierce some eyeballing whilst patching it up under a ton weight of gaffa tape, so fingers crossed it’ll limp, jump and no doubt happily … Continue reading

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open field

Those of you with a fondness for the Earlies will do well to seek out at your earliest convenience bliss kissed loveliness aplenty in the shape of what we assume to be Open Field’s second full length entitled ‘O.F. II’. … Continue reading

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QST

I’m certain we’ve mentioned these folk in passing, quite recently to, but can we find a citation, or is it just me having one of my concerning memory moments. Anyhow we must apologise for being a tad late with this … Continue reading

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king gizzard and the lizard wizard

Not quite sure, but I think I might be right in saying the first vinyl pressing of King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard’s ‘polygondwanaland’. This is the set that was distributed by the band to anyone who fancied releasing themselves … Continue reading

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jon thorne

… staying with 345rpm postings a little longer, there’s always this, strictly limited to just 100 copies, as entrancing and as disquietingly beautiful a release we’ve heard all year, this is the latest out of Static Caravan by Jon Thorne … Continue reading

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jon thorne

Quietly reflective, evocatively stirring and majestic, words struggle to perfectly do justice to ‘Homestead’, the latest work by Jon Thorne. Released as a strictly limited edition lathe 7 inch pressed up by the folk at 345rpm. and accompanied by a … Continue reading

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