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Recent Activity
posted a comment on Duran Duran - Union Of The Snake (Extended Remix). 5 months ago
Has this got an extended mix of ‘secret oktober’ on it?
Possibly the best track they ever made.
posted a review of The Roger Webb Sound - Vocal Patterns. 5 months ago
Another one I regret selling. Must be due for a repress?
Some enterprising label out there could do this justice surely...
posted a review of Various - Serenity. 5 months ago
No idea why this is so overpriced. It’s pretty kitch library fare with a smattering of Rhodes. Not much here for the crate diggers or samplers.
posted a comment on The Cinematic Orchestra - A Caged Bird / Imitations Of Life. 6 months ago
..and it’s really pretty excellent tbh. Well worth it. Different to what I expected.
posted a comment on Luke Slater's 7th Plain* - The 4 Cornered Room. 6 months ago
As others have already stated, you can buy the box set of 7th plain stuff covering Yellow Wise Rug, 4 Cornered Room and tracks from a few other bits and bobs for a good price.
posted a comment on Templeton Peck - Sweat. 7 months ago
Out now on Plastic People re press. £8 quid. Save yer money. Easily available from Juno etc. Has the B side best mix on it. Not the A side though.
posted a review of Duncan Browne - Duncan Browne. 7 months ago
This is one of the LPs from my collection I really regret selling. Otherworldly, spectral, haunting, bleak, disturbing, dark and many other superlatives. This isn’t an easy listen due to the pain in the vocals. It is however stunningly beautiful in it's ... See full review
posted a comment on Richard Hawley - Truelove's Gutter. 7 months ago
Great, classic album, a vinyl repress would be nice please Mute?
posted a comment on Nirvana (2) - Dedicated To Markos III. 7 months ago
Having now sold my Pye original. A decent repress of this and all of Nirvanas work is long, long overdue....
posted a comment on Mike Millrain - Flashbacks Vol. 1. 7 months ago
I used to obsessively collect Mike’s tunes back in the day. Even four or five years ago you could pick them up for a fiver or so. Like everything eventually, quality shines through and prices go up. Mike is one of the best unsung UK 2step and raw Garage ... See full review
posted a comment on Manic Street Preachers - Lifeblood. 10 months ago
I forgot to add that this is one of my favourite albums by the Manics.
Precisely because it is unassuming and not brash or screamingly loud.
There's a lovely gentle autumnal 'hauntedness' to the music on this record. Resigned, world weary and ... See full review
posted a comment on Edward Penfold - Caulkhead. 10 months ago
Ed is a fine songwriter and no mistake. Love this and the follow up. Laid back, strange, mellow, poignant and just perfect for letting the mind wander. Great LP. 'Song For Joan' is beautiful and sounds like it fell straight of the Floyd's 'Wish You Were ... See full review
posted a comment on Hideous Towns - Disquiet Living. 10 months ago
These guys deserved more attention. This is a really good album and sure to become a collectors peice. Think 'Seventeen Seconds' era Cure overlayed with a shoegaze/post punk pop template, with a female vocalist. Decent songs are what set this apart. Good ... See full review
posted a comment on Shirley Bassey - I, Capricorn. 10 months ago
Wow. I picked up 'Something', 'Something Else' 'I Capricorn' and 'And I Love You So' during the 90s at various charity shops and car boot sales along with loads of other records. I shelved them for a few years and forgot about them. Johnny Harris was one ... See full review
posted a comment on Juliana Daugherty - Light. about 1 year ago
Amazing record. One of my favourite releases this year. Magical, spellbinding. Get!
posted a review of Sophie (42) - Oil Of Every Pearl's Un-Insides. about 1 year ago
Interesting album. Takes in elements of Amnesia Scanner, Autechre, Aphex, Hud Mo/Rustie, ambient interludes and touches of drone/shoegaze. As well as influences from Bjork, Burial and obviously pure Pop/Trap/R+B/Grime/Hip Hop/Trance/House/Dance/Abstract ... See full review
posted a comment on Lemon Jelly - Lost Horizons. about 1 year ago
I hugely regret selling my copy! If you're thinking of selling yours. Don't do it!!!!!!
posted a comment on Vanderkraft - Au-delà des Mers. about 1 year ago
'Jean Lassalle' is a great groove, another Gallic House record that will become sought after. Proper House music. Bright, uplifting, sun kissed with a nice low slung bass line. Get this quick, 300 copies only...
posted a comment on Yasume - Where We're From The Birds Sing A Pretty Song. about 1 year ago
A diamond of an under rated and 'lost' gem electronic/ambient LP. Glitchy but not to the point of irritating, slow moving with unfurling multi coloured understated melodies that creep up from the deep only to dive back down again. Full of cool innovative ... See full review
posted a review of Hilary Woods - Colt. about 1 year ago
This is a good album overall, think gothic Twin Peaks vibe. Bought this alongised Juliana Daugherty 'Light'. Both albums are windows into the particular worlds of these two ladies. Hilary tries to be the more ethereal and yet somehow misses the mark a ... See full review
posted a comment on Juliana Daugherty. about 1 year ago
One of the better albums I've heard in 2018. Intimate and deeply personal, meditative and calming, sparse arrangements and really good vocals. And crucially, good tunes. I took a chance after reading some reviews and not having heard of the artist ... See full review
posted a comment on The Style Council - Our Favourite Shop. about 1 year ago
This is just a brilliant work of art. Do yourself a favour. Get the first 3 Council LP's they're all brilliant. Goes without saying that Weller's in top form throughout but Mick Talbot is a genius! Special mention as well to D C Lee whose contribution ... See full review
posted a comment on The Style Council - Shout To The Top. about 1 year ago
What I love about Paul Weller is that fuck me, he has written and co written a shedload of brilliant pop songs. Some of his best come from this period. And this is one of the very, very best. Simple, direct, no nonsense and no filler. Beautifully ... See full review
posted a comment on Small Faces - Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake. about 1 year ago
Not bad at all! Yeah it's another Charly pressing but this one sounds good. I've got a nice UK first press and this holds its own in comparison. Like the other Small Faces LP (that blue vinyl version is a very nice quiet vinyl with a good dynamic ... See full review
posted a comment on Small Faces - Small Faces. about 1 year ago
Both the Small Faces colour LPs from Sainsbury's are decent quality pressings. Pleasantly surprised !!
posted a comment on The Zombies - Odessey And Oracle. about 1 year ago
No distortion on my copy. Decent quality and on nice orange vinyl!
posted a comment on Gerald Mitchell - Resurrection 2011 Remix. about 1 year ago
'Baby Ooh' enough said. What a record. Divine. Inspirational House music.
posted a comment on High Fly - Infatuation. about 1 year ago
Repress please!!!! wonderful record...
House, Balearic, loveliness, House music in the true sense of the word.
posted a comment on Gerald Mitchell. about 1 year ago
This guy is a straight up Detroit legend. Funky to the max with Techno and House music to die for.
posted a comment on Jon Dixon (3) - Fly Free EP. about 1 year ago
Oh my, Timeline member and all round jazz master Jon comes good with this lovely EP. This guy is off the hook, up there with Detroit funk legends like Gerald Mitchell. If you like Techno/House that'll move your ass and make you think and smile, get with ... See full review
posted a comment on Timeline (2) - Forever Forward EP. about 1 year ago
Brilliant record. This needs a repress guys please!!!!!!!
'Still Pondering' is just breathtakingly sublime Jazz Detroit Tech House.
posted a comment on Los Hermanos - Descendants Of The Resistance. about 1 year ago
Badass CD, please do a vinyl press of this!! it's sooooooooo good!
posted a comment on Los Hermanos - Traditions & Concepts E.P. about 1 year ago
'Central Nervous System' is a stone cold monster slice of jazzy rhythmic and propulsive Detroit Techno. Melodic and with plenty of percussion bouncing around, I defy anyone to sit still listening to this. Nice harmonic touches and that swinging groove ... See full review
posted a comment on Fast Floor (2) - On A Quest For Intelligence. about 1 year ago
Ah, OK cheers! looks like it's more cost effective to get the two 4xLP editions of the original LP reress and the unreleased DAT's album as you end up with 8 LP's for £10 per LP. makes sense.
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posted a comment on 2814 - Pillar / New Sun. about 1 year ago
Totally agree, it's called commerce in a market. Like vintage synths and anything collectable. I've missed out on loads of ltd music in the past. Life's too short to whinge, like you say folk need to chill and move on!
posted a comment on Matthieu Faubourg - Scenario EP. about 1 year ago
Brilliant French House EP from a rising talent. The tracks are all solid deep House affairs, but the real gem here is 'Yaret' with it's driving bass, Rhodes and syncopated drum work, perfectly timed drops and break downs, delicate vocal samples (from ... See full review
submitted Matthieu Faubourg - Scenario EP. about 1 year ago
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posted a comment on Les Prospection - Dance And Mood Music Vol. 18. about 1 year ago
All about the lovely 'Yellow Matching' on here, vibes, rhodes, flute, funky laidback drums and a wistful vibe. Could listen to this track for days.....
posted a comment on Edward Penfold - Denny Isle Drive. about 1 year ago
Loved the Floydian bliss out of 'Caulkhead' and this one is just as good. An unsung and maligned talent. Plenty of Barrett-ism's but in a good way, I love Syd anway so I'm a bit biased. A few Brian Wilson nods. A lovely enveloping warm slightly trippy ... See full review
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posted a comment on Ulrich Schnauss - Far Away Trains Passing By. about 1 year ago
surely it's about time for a vinyl reissue by now?
posted a comment on Spectrum (4) - Highs, Lows And Heavenly Blows. about 1 year ago
Doh. Typical. Re press available in the US for RSD 2018, no info on a UK issue yet.....
come on, sort it out!!!!
posted a comment on Felt - Ballad Of The Band. about 1 year ago
'Candles..' is gorgeous, even my missus likes it. Pure melancholic genius...
posted a comment on Orange Bicycle - Orange Bicycle. about 1 year ago
Beware! This LP is nothing like the bands earlier pop psych singles.
If you're looking for the same here you'll be sorely disappointed. This LP is OK but it's more hoary old classic rock in the vein of the faces. It's up to you if you want to pay £ 200+ ... See full review
posted a comment on Felt - Let The Snakes Crinkle Their Heads To Death. about 1 year ago
Double vinyl remaster and re issues via Cherry Red now available folks....
posted a comment on Felt - Crumbling The Antiseptic Beauty. about 1 year ago
Double vinyl re issues via Cherry Red now available folks....
posted a comment on Twilight Ritual - Rituals. about 1 year ago
Jesus this has shot up in price from 7 years ago when I bought my copy for £20.
posted a comment on K15 - Speed of Life. about 1 year ago
Would love a copy of this. And generally a lot of the Wild Oats output. But there's no UK distribution which is a real pain, have to buy it on import from overseas with massive shipping costs.... :(