Thursday, June 07, 2007

Playlist 25

1. 586 - We Got Bored (Tigertrap) 7"
2. Brainbombs - Stinking Memory (Anthem) From Sweden, Brainbombs have been abusing the eardrums fo the world since 1987. Sadly this wil be the bands final release and is a 7" single limited to just 377 copies. It was released a couple of months ago and is now probably sold out so if you should stumble across one grab it with both hands and shout yippee!
3. Caz Mechanic - Go Home (Big Potato) This is the best track in my humble opinion from the new Caz Mechanic single which will be released on 5th June and can be purchased HERE
4. Inverse Cinematic - Seven By Seven (Dave Da Gatos Baad Ass Tapas Mix) (Faces) Oooo this is a bit good. New 12" out this very week.
5. Gas Club - Bottle Neck (Demo) Yet another quality band from the City of Sheffield.
6. Who's Your Favorite Son, God? - Downtown Cherry Merchandise (KDVS) A fantastic album for sure. There are 500 of these on lush gold vinyl. Check out their My Space site for more info.
7. Tilly & The Wall - The Freest Man (Moshi Moshi) New single from the best tap dancers in the country. If you get chance to see them live don't pass it up.
8. New Young Pony Club - Fan (Modular) Another track from their "Fantascic Playroom" album.
9. Milanese - Mr Good News (Planet Mu) This comes from the new album "Adapt". They describe themselves on their My Space page as "Dead zombie girl dancefloor music". Doesn't sound too far from the mark.
10. Shit & Shine - Side A (Noisestar) It's quite simple really. A slab of 12" vinyl with a title as cunning as "Cunts With Roses" was always going to jump the que and go straight onto the turntable. This is a monster of a record in more ways than one. Evil doesn't quite describe it, it's a complete sonic masterpiece. There are no song titles but this is Side A in all it's thirteen minute glory...and yes, it is meant to sound like that.
11. Future Of The Left - Adeadenemyalwayssmellsgood (Too Pure) It seems like ages since I had a new record on the Too Pure label. They have always been purveyors of fine sounds and this is no different. This is the new, possibly second single from Future Of The Left about whome I know about as much as a hamster with amnesia.
12. Thrushes - Heartbeats (Birdnote) If I had an album of the week this would be it. It's called "Sun Come Undone" and will be in the shops next week.
13. Robedoor - Tremor Deliverence () Another split 7". Beware the noise...
14. Pipas - The Bowling Alley (s/r) This comes from one of those tour only EP's that you can't get unless you go to a gig. It's called "Mix For The Occupation" and this track is particularly fine.
15. Hot Club De Paris - Clockwork Toy (Moshi Moshi) New single from Hot Club De Paris. The CD features a "Metronomy Remix" which is rather ace.


I'm off, see ya next week.

4 comments:

  1. Anonymous3:54 pm

    Some top tunes from a bunch of bands I've never heard of. Great blog. Thanks

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  2. Ello Mr, sorry i've been rather slack of late with my comments on your blog, how rude !!!

    Anyway - tigertrap are an awsome label !!! Everything they do is mint, i've cained that 586 song to death over the last year or so.

    Really liked Inverse Cinematic and Caz Mechanic and that Shit & Shine track is brilliant, nice n noisy !!
    Big long drony song, cool !!!

    Keep up the good work sir !!

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  3. Anonymous2:54 pm

    love that shit & shine track, quite unlike anything i've heard before. great selection of tunes too.

    just discovered this blog so checking out the rest of the comps. excellent stuff, keep up the good work.

    syd

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