Thursday, May 20, 2010

Pod Fodder (Volume Seventy Four)

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1. The Hundred In The Hands - Tom Tom (Warp)
Taken from "This Desert EP" which will be released on 17th May through the mighty Warp Records of Sheffield.

2. Las Robertas - In Between Buses (Self Released)
This track comes from the debut album by Las Robertas which is called "Cry Out Loud" and can be downloaded in full HERE

3. Moonbeams - Am I Forgotten (Little Pocket)
Taken from the San Diego bands superb debut EP "In Transit".

4. Hi Tiger - Stop Believing (Bad Panda)
This is another of the seven fine Bad Panda releases from last week.

5. Cave - Hot Bricks (Drag City)
It's been ages since I last had a Drag City release to listen to. This is a track from the new EP by Cave. It's called Pure Moods and is released this week.

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6. The Wave Pictures - I Shall Be A Ditchdigger (Little Teddy Recordings)
Taken from the new album "Susan Rode The Cyclone" which was released last month in Germany through Little Teddy Recordings. I don't know if there are any plans afoot to treat the rest of the planet but you can probably buy it as an import.

16th June - London, Bush Hall
10th July Canterbury, Lounge On The Farm
13th August - Leicester, Summer Sundae Festival

7. Nac/Hut Report - Dead Steps (Self Released)
Taken from the album "9th Overflowing...Milky Slaughterhouse...Dream Of Incubator" which you can download for free from the bands Myspace page HERE

The Blanche Hudson Weekend ODD011 The Rats In The Cellar EP
8. The Blanche Hudson Weekend - Grip Of Fear (Squirrel)
I bought this record about a month ago but, I'm quite ashamed to admit, have only just got round to listening to it. This is the first track from what is the second 7" by The Blanch Hudson Weekend. It was released back in March but I think you can still order it from the Squirrel Records website.

9. The Flyin' Fuckin' A Heads - Swiss Cheese Back (De Stijl)
Before the other day I had never heard of The Flyin' Fuckin' A Heads and what a sad life I must have led. According to the press gubbings they were active around 1979/1980 (I was only a nipper then) but judging by the two tracks on this 7" they have certainly being overlooked. I read somewhere, possibly on the De Stijl records website that they recorded a live album and if that is the case I would love to hear it (small hint). This record can be ordered from HERE and will cost you six dollers. I presume they ship overseas but don't quote me on that.

10. Slutet - Psykbryt (Bad Panda)
Another strike from outside the area by the Bad Panda crew. This time it's a piece of pure loveliness from the superbly named Slutlet.