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  • 01. The Soul Scratchers - Scratch My Back (pt. 1 & 2)
    02. Francis Coppieters - Funky Chimes
    03. S.S.O. - Faded Lady (Instrumental)
    04. The Flying Guitar - Barabajagal
    05. The Sumos - My Chinese Girl Likes Kung Fu Fighting
    06. Bud Hunga And His Diplomatic Music - Travelling On Rhythms
    07. Experience - Pink Movement
    08. The Peter Laine Orchestra - Tiger Walk
    09. Kandahar - The Fancy Model
    10. Kiosk - Mona Call
    11. Guido Carnagy - Free Way Exit
    12. André Brasseur - X
    13. Electronic System III - Skylab

    V/A

    Funky Chimes: Belgian Grooves From The 70s Part 1

    [engl] 2LP gatefold with liner notes, 180gr vinyl. 'Funky Chimes' is a collection of excellent and unique grooves. It contains 13 of the most interesting yet long forgotten Belgian dance tracks from the seventies.
    Format
    DoLP
    Release-Datum
    02.07.2017
    EAN
    EAN 5414165083689
     
  • 01. The Indian Sound Of... Black Foot - Smoke Signal
    02. Hearts Of Soul & Shampoo - We Love The Policeman
    03. Roland Thyssen - Riff For Peggy
    04. R. Dero - Soul Melody
    05. Philip Catherine - Give It Up Or Turn It Aloose
    06. Skleroptak - Punktowiec
    07. Etta Cameron - Guess We'd Better Break Up Now
    08. Selectasound '88 & The Bob Boon Singers - Tabou
    09. Hugo Raspoet - Spuitje Op, Laat Je Rijden
    10. Leslie Kent - Inner City Blues
    11. Patricia Burns - Paddock
    12. Georges Hayes And His Philarpopic Orchestra - Concerto For Right Foot And Orchestra
    13. The Free Pop Electronic Concept - Chewing Gum Delirium
    14. Lieven - Akkerwinde

    V/A

    Funky Chimes: Belgian Grooves From The 70s Part 2

    [engl] 2LP gatefold with liner notes, 180gr vinyl. 'Funky Chimes' is a collection of excellent and unique grooves. It contains 14 of the most interesting yet long forgotten Belgian dance tracks from the seventies.
    Format
    DoLP
    Release-Datum
    02.07.2017
    EAN
    EAN 5414165083696
     
  • 01. La Science Du Langage
    02. Spaceship
    03. 16.6.17
    04. While Lynn Was Working
    05. A Nightdrive To Oneal Lane
    06. Sunrise On The 7th Ward
    07. La Nature Humaine
    08. Enfin Le Mauvais Temps
    09. Nuit Blanche
    10. Fratelli Di Un'Altra Madre
    11. L'Origine De Shadya
    12. Ça Pianote

    DOG BLESS YOU

    La Science Du Langage

    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    02.01.2020
     
  • 01. Strange Things
    02. I'll Never Stop
    03. A Place In Your Heart
    04. Night Of Action
    05. You Don't Know Me
    06. Look Out Johnny
    07. I Can Only Dream
    08. Forever
    09. Don't Ring Me Up
    10. Smile And Say Goodbye
    11. Private Lives
    12. Strange Obsessions

    PROTEX

    Strange Obsessions

    [engl] Reissue of the 2010 release on Sing Sing Records, NYC, USA. This is the first album of PROTEX, recorded in 1979-1980 for a release on Polydor records, but the record never came out because the label was interested in the next big thing, after punk rock.... The guys from Sing Sing Records unearthed this masterpiece and put it out in 2010, it was sold out and OOP soon afterwards. So nearly 10 years after you have the possibility to buy this classic for a normal price. The Bachelor Records release of "Strange Obsessions" is not only a simple repress, we managed to improve the sound and speed, thanks to Eric Brady, PLUS the artwork was changed a bit too!
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    03.12.2019
     
  • 01. Teen Line
    02. When I Was Younger

    SHIVVERS, THE

    Teen Line

    [engl] Classic Powerpop from 1980! KILLER!!
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    03.12.2019
     
  • 01. Limiter
    02. Verheimlichung

    GEWALT

    Limiter // Verheimlichung 1te Vers.

    Man kann es drehen und wenden wie man will. Gewalt haben es geschafft, 2017 mit der Weiterentwicklung von Noiserock eine der innovativsten, deutschen Bands zu sein. Sound, Sprache, Live-Performance, Reflexion, es entsteht alles aus einer Eruption und vermittelt aus diesem Grund auch eine Ganzheitlichkeit die man ansonsten selten findet. Vielleicht auch deswegen die Bandentscheidung, einen Teil des Weges mit Sounds of Subterrania zu gehen. Das Thema der fünften Gewalt Single beschäftigt sich mit der Verdichtung der Unmöglichkeit und Unentrinnbarkeit unserer Existenz. Genau zwei Stichpunkte gibt Gewalt zum Verständnis. Punkt eins betrifft Verheimlichung: „Können wir unsere Einsamkeit überwinden? Wenn ja, scheint der Preis dafür der zu sein, sich füreinander zurechtzustutzen. Wir sind nicht in der Lage, uns zu sehen und wir sind nicht in der Lage, unsere utopische Version von uns wahrzunehmen. Wir lieben auf unterstem Niveau.“ Punkt zwei Limiter: „Wir kommen als Genies auf die Welt und verlassen sie als Idioten (Holger Czukay)“ Für die Ritzung des Artworks und die Vervielfältigung mittels Siebdruck gebührt Philip von Janta Island ein großer Dank.
    Format
    7" lim
    Release-Datum
    01.12.2017
    EAN
    EAN 4260016921669
     
  • 01. Limiter
    02. Verheimlichung

    GEWALT

    Limiter // Verheimlichung 2te Vers.

    Man kann es drehen und wenden wie man will. Gewalt haben es geschafft, 2017 mit der Weiterentwicklung von Noiserock eine der innovativsten, deutschen Bands zu sein. Sound, Sprache, Live-Performance, Reflexion, es entsteht alles aus einer Eruption und vermittelt aus diesem Grund auch eine Ganzheitlichkeit die man ansonsten selten findet. Vielleicht auch deswegen die Bandentscheidung, einen Teil des Weges mit Sounds of Subterrania zu gehen. Das Thema der fünften Gewalt Single beschäftigt sich mit der Verdichtung der Unmöglichkeit und Unentrinnbarkeit unserer Existenz. Genau zwei Stichpunkte gibt Gewalt zum Verständnis. Punkt eins betrifft Verheimlichung: „Können wir unsere Einsamkeit überwinden? Wenn ja, scheint der Preis dafür der zu sein, sich füreinander zurechtzustutzen. Wir sind nicht in der Lage, uns zu sehen und wir sind nicht in der Lage, unsere utopische Version von uns wahrzunehmen. Wir lieben auf unterstem Niveau.“ Punkt zwei Limiter: „Wir kommen als Genies auf die Welt und verlassen sie als Idioten (Holger Czukay)“ Für die Ritzung des Artworks und die Vervielfältigung mittels Siebdruck gebührt Philip von Janta Island ein großer Dank.
    Format
    7" lim
    Release-Datum
    01.12.2017
    EAN
    EAN 4260016921669
     
  • 01. Limiter
    02. Verheimlichung

    GEWALT

    Limiter // Verheimlichung 3te Vers.

    Man kann es drehen und wenden wie man will. Gewalt haben es geschafft, 2017 mit der Weiterentwicklung von Noiserock eine der innovativsten, deutschen Bands zu sein. Sound, Sprache, Live-Performance, Reflexion, es entsteht alles aus einer Eruption und vermittelt aus diesem Grund auch eine Ganzheitlichkeit die man ansonsten selten findet. Vielleicht auch deswegen die Bandentscheidung, einen Teil des Weges mit Sounds of Subterrania zu gehen. Das Thema der fünften Gewalt Single beschäftigt sich mit der Verdichtung der Unmöglichkeit und Unentrinnbarkeit unserer Existenz. Genau zwei Stichpunkte gibt Gewalt zum Verständnis. Punkt eins betrifft Verheimlichung: „Können wir unsere Einsamkeit überwinden? Wenn ja, scheint der Preis dafür der zu sein, sich füreinander zurechtzustutzen. Wir sind nicht in der Lage, uns zu sehen und wir sind nicht in der Lage, unsere utopische Version von uns wahrzunehmen. Wir lieben auf unterstem Niveau.“ Punkt zwei Limiter: „Wir kommen als Genies auf die Welt und verlassen sie als Idioten (Holger Czukay)“ Für die Ritzung des Artworks und die Vervielfältigung mittels Siebdruck gebührt Philip von Janta Island ein großer Dank.
    Format
    7" lim
    Release-Datum
    01.12.2017
    EAN
    EAN 4260016921669
     
  • 01. Limiter
    02. Verheimlichung

    GEWALT

    Limiter // Verheimlichung 4te Vers.

    Man kann es drehen und wenden wie man will. Gewalt haben es geschafft, 2017 mit der Weiterentwicklung von Noiserock eine der innovativsten, deutschen Bands zu sein. Sound, Sprache, Live-Performance, Reflexion, es entsteht alles aus einer Eruption und vermittelt aus diesem Grund auch eine Ganzheitlichkeit die man ansonsten selten findet. Vielleicht auch deswegen die Bandentscheidung, einen Teil des Weges mit Sounds of Subterrania zu gehen. Das Thema der fünften Gewalt Single beschäftigt sich mit der Verdichtung der Unmöglichkeit und Unentrinnbarkeit unserer Existenz. Genau zwei Stichpunkte gibt Gewalt zum Verständnis. Punkt eins betrifft Verheimlichung: „Können wir unsere Einsamkeit überwinden? Wenn ja, scheint der Preis dafür der zu sein, sich füreinander zurechtzustutzen. Wir sind nicht in der Lage, uns zu sehen und wir sind nicht in der Lage, unsere utopische Version von uns wahrzunehmen. Wir lieben auf unterstem Niveau.“ Punkt zwei Limiter: „Wir kommen als Genies auf die Welt und verlassen sie als Idioten (Holger Czukay)“ Für die Ritzung des Artworks und die Vervielfältigung mittels Siebdruck gebührt Philip von Janta Island ein großer Dank.
    Format
    7" lim
    Release-Datum
    01.12.2017
    EAN
    EAN 4260016921669
     
  • 01. Salem
    02. Phantasmagoria Cosmos
    03. The Festival
    04. Children Of The Night
    05. Lament Configuration

    NECRONOMIDOL

    Scions Of The Blasted Heath

    [engl] Japanese idol-metal.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    27.12.2019
     
  • 01. Voice Mail
    02. Moving
    03. Return (feat. Haru Nemuri)
    04. 1988.8.9
    05. By Air (feat. Ashley Tsang and LK-072)
    06. Voice Mail #2
    07. Wreckage

    PRUNE DEER

    Scions Of The Blasted Heath

    [engl] New Mini-LP by brilliant Post-/Math-Rock band from Hong Kong, and their first release outside of of their homeland. Limited edition of 300 copies.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    27.12.2019
     
  • 01. Evening State
    02. Forty Two
    03. Reflector
    04. Denture Beach
    05. Forty Three
    06. After The Click
    07. Or With Eyes Closed
    08. Libreville
    09. Read This
    10. Unhook That Boy

    BITING TONGUES

    Live It

    [engl] From the same studio that brought us 48 Chairs (Gerry & The Holograms), The Fall and The Blue Orchids, while following the bona-fide bloodline between Danny And The Dressmakers, Toolshed and 808 State, the “difficult second album” by Biting Tongues (released on a minuscule cassette run by The Buzzcocks vanity label) has since become a near mythical artefact of Mancunian DIY. Cementing the path between the Absurd label’s kitchen sink synth assaults and Factory’s 99 informed downtown aspirations, Biting Tongues’ bass-driven, pounding-sounding, schizo-skronking, squat-pop put the emergence of punk-funk under a blinding interrogation bulb then hid round the corner evading secret police. Pouring three letter words like ESG, DAF, PIL and ACR into Ken Hollings Scrabble bag would result in a unique form of wordy dictaphone agit-rap and closed-circuit commentary to Graham Massey’s overqualified punk ensemble, laying foundations of future Manc activity using uncertified sand and gravel tactics, only to be safety checked every 38 years, or thereabout. Live It, the lost Biting Tongues album, still breathes. Including what the original members of this pioneering post-punk platoon unanimously consider their greatest work, Biting Tongues seldom-heard, second roll of the dice was presented to The Buzzcock’s own label New Hormones to coincide with full-length DIY debuts by Ludus, Dislocation Dance and a distinct tightening of pursestrings. Recorded on half-price studio time (in the midst of a multi-track repair session) and duped on to compact cassettes to keep pressing costs down, the album Live It even entirely bypassed the non-existent art-department before landing in the hands of a small readership of peculiar punk die-hards, instantly slipping into obscurity, evading official band future discographies and reaching an imaginary status in the history of unchartered Manc-manufactured messthetics. Now available, on vinyl, with two sleeve variations and extensive notes from Graham Massey and Ken Hollings, Live It is a welcome misplaced release and an essential addition to Finders Keepers’ Cache Cache catalog. Biting Tongues make wise heads!
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    01.12.2019
    EAN
    EAN 5060099507236
     
  • 01. Anakonda
    02. Blaue Matrosen
    03. Nur Die
    04. Nicht Warten
    05. Gurus & Geheimagenten
    06. Der Sandman
    07. Bis Ans Ende Der Welt
    08. Das Tier
    09. Unmodern
    10. Laut
    11. Roter Mond
    12. Baggersee

    DER MODERNE MAN

    Unmodern

    Wiederauflage der zweiten DMM-LP von 1982 mit den Bonustracks von der Sandman Single. „(…), es brodelt von gewagten Arrangements, raspelnden, splitternden Gitarren, tribalen Rhythmen und gewitzten Texten“, schrieb Xao Seffcheque im Sounds 1982 zu der eben bei No Fun Records erschienen Platte „Unmodern“. Tatsächlich wurden Der Moderne Man von vielen Kritikern für ihre zweite Platte gefeiert und galten von nun an sogar als eine der wenigen wichtigen deutschen Bands. Das war nur folgerichtig, denn die Gruppe war nach diversen Umbesetzungen und Tourneen gewachsen und der Sound war kraftvoller und organischer als noch beim Vorgänger. Das lag zu einem guten Teil auch daran, dass nach dem Ausstieg von Ziggy XY der vormalige Bassist Mattus nun das Mikrophon übernommen hatte. Dennoch klingt auf „Unmodern“ nichts glattgebügelt und auf kommerzielle Verwertbarkeit getrimmt, sondern vielmehr ist es die Wandelbarkeit der Stimmungen, Texte und Musik, die die Eigenständigkeit von DMM ausmachen. Bei dem Opener „Anakonda“ verwebt sich der schlangengleich mäandernde Bass mit einem Text, der Erotik und Altes Testament verbindet. Der Titeltrack „Unmodern“ hingegen ist wohl als Parodie auf den damaligen Zeitgeist zu verstehen und erinnert an Kraftwerk oder Devo, trotzdem bleibt er mit verschmitztem Popappeal im Ohr. Auf dieser Platte sind etliche Perlen wie „Gurus & Geheimagenten“ und „Nicht warten“ (wieder) zu entdecken, die kompositorisch wie auch textlich wunderbar gelungen sind. Der Moderne Man klingen frisch, frech und selbstironisch, ohne sich dabei in kopflastiger Avantgarde zu verstricken! Um nochmal Xao Seffcheque zu zitieren: „Unmodern ist eine der modernsten deutschen Platten der letzten Zeit, zwischen Rock und Hose, Abenteuer und Freiheit, Hinz und Kunz, … einfach hervorragend.“ Das gilt auch heute noch.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    07.12.2019
    EAN
    EAN 4270000705670
    Format
    LP lim
    Release-Datum
    07.12.2019
    EAN
    EAN 4270000705687
     
  • 01. Passe Par Le Detour
    02. Un Jour Qui Traine
    03. Je Ne T'ai Jamais Aime
    04. Trace En Ville
    05. Juste Derriere Chez Moi
    06. Demain Est Annule
    07. Un Autre Temps
    08. Touche, Le Fond
    09. Rien N'est Acquis
    10. Dans La Peau
    11. Tout Est Ferme

    CONTRACTIONS

    Demain Est Annule

    [engl] Demain Est Annulé (tomorrow is canceled) is the first album from indie rockers Contractions. Written in Lyon, arranged in Besançon, Demain Est Annulé makes an intimate link between the future and the past of its creators. It sums up their previous experiences with their previous bands (Baton Rouge, Hawaii Samurai, The Irradiates) and brings into the light the massive musical knowledge / experiences they acquired through the years thanks to their involvement in the local indie / punk scene of their hometowns This album has been recorded and mixed by Bruno Germain at L'Epicerie Moderne in Lyon, France in the beginning of 2019, then mastered by Mikey Young (Eddy Current Suppression Ring, Total Control) in Melbourne, Australia in may 2019. It got inspired by melodies coming from Kiwi Pop bands + contemporary indie garage bands such as Parquet Courts, The Babies or Reigning Sound, mixed with raw energy inherited from their DIY punk background and a common worship for Hot Snakes and 60s UK/US garage bands. Contractions though know they won't bring anything new. Because novelty is not really the point here… behind its obvious simplicity, the songwriting is very subtle. Every song has a hook. Arrangements are precise. The melodic vocals are often on the edge of being in tune. Every element of the songs and their recording actually point in the unique direction of looking for the genuine emotion. There also is in Julien's lyrics this disturbing and familiar sense of realism in the abstraction. They go through personal / intimate topics (Juste Derrière Chez Moi, Un autre Temps, Dans la peau), to this will of staying far from the dominant mass and praising the underground cultures (Passe Par le Detour, Un jour qui traîne). There is also social reflexions about the last riots / social movements in France (Trace En Ville, Demain Est Annulé) and last but not least about sexual assaults in the punk community (Rien n'est Acquis), which is a painful topic to deal with.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    14.09.2019
     
  • 01. Initiation
    02. L'oiseau
    03. Moustache
    04. Qu'il est bete ce garcon
    05. J'ai trouvé un journal dans le Hall de l'aeroport
    06. Mange pas les bras
    07. Pierre bats ta femme
    08. Spiderman
    09. Fais moi savoir
    10. Noix de Cola
    11. Viens ma belle
    12. Ca va, ca va

    VASSILIU, PIERRE

    Voyage

    [engl] "Voyage", to Pierre Vassiliu, was not only the title of an album of his, but also a philosophy of life. Travels were not for vacation or rest. They were synonyms of meetings, new music and sometimes, simply, life. These experiences around the world nourished his work, and his career allowed him to set foot on every continent. But his most beautiful travels took place in recording studios. "My parents showed up on a beach, with a camper. They landed there and we stayed for years." Sitting by a lake in Sète, Lena Vassiliu recounts how her parents Pierre and Laura chose an empty spot in the Casamance region to enjoy a few years loving each other under the sun. The legitimate child of this trip, she was conceived in Senegal. At the time, her mother said: "I want to give birth standing on my feet, holding a tree, in the sacred wood where only women can enter!" Today her mother adds: "Pierre was reluctant, so we ended up in a private hospital in Dakar." Laura Vassiliu still lives in the same apartment in Sète. Folon's original drawing for the artwork of the ‘Voyage’ LP is framed in the living room, making Pierre’s ghost more present. Laura remembers well the beautiful moments, and travels were a part of them. "Not only the moments were beautiful. On trips, he was more beautiful as well." Pierre felt good turning his back on France – which was probably already ugly –, turning his back on the fickle, mercantile record industry, as well as on an entourage that recognized his mustache but not his talent. A traveler out of obligation in his youth (Algeria and its war), he became a traveler by taste and acquired an interest in people, an essential for anyone willing to travel the Globe. He also traveled out of necessity. When smiles faded, a boat, a plane, and bye bye idiots. And he brought all those trips back into his songs. "Anytime we traveled anywhere, music attracted us. Pierre sensed the rhythm of the country we were in and he found a song." Laura Vassiliu
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    08.12.2019
    EAN
    EAN 3521381557138
    Format
    CD
    Release-Datum
    08.12.2019
    EAN
    EAN 3521353457121
     
  • 01. La treve internationale
    02. Maracabela
    03. Les flots
    04. libertas et firegarasc
    05. Passer laisser
    06. L’appel de la foret
    07. We »re so in love
    08. Pagode
    09. Giles and Jones
    10. Undying eyes

    GASC, JULIEN

    L'Appel de la Foret

    [engl] Confession, fiction, and observation. This is how the trajectory drawn by Julien Gasc seems to evolve from one album to the next. While Cerf, Biche et Faon took the form of a diary and Kiss Me, You Fool! that of a collection of stories, L'Appel de la Forêt concludes this trilogy in a tender and spontaneous dialogue, broaching the present with clairvoyance through melodies with bright glimmers. More adventurous than its predecessors, which respectively took root in the south of France and in London, this third chapter offers a kaleidoscopic vision, multiplying geographies and temporalities to ingrain itself in the moment all the better. Through a collection of dances of diverse origins, Julien places himself at the heart of the everyday – embracing it, sublimating it, and calling for a transfiguration to escape its imminent disaster. His voice circulate through this fragmented horizon; it is raw and immediate, sometimes so stark that it disappears, making way for its interlocutor, like an invitation to occupy the space shaped by his ritornello. Emancipated from his dandy’s costume, the rare moments where he puts it on again are to more effectively elude it. The address is deliberately frank and above all benevolent. Beyond an amorous chant d’amour, it is an ode to freedom and to the full awareness of our human condition that unfolds before us. An invitation, devoid of cynicism, to take off of our ‘social animal’ mask and decolonise the world around us – to stop wanting to possess at all costs and let those we love be free. This album is a roadside companion, with no dogma or precepts, and a simple motto: Stay joyful.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    31.01.2020
    EAN
    EAN 3521381558593
    Format
    CD
    Release-Datum
    31.01.2020
    EAN
    EAN 3521383458587
     
  • CRASS

    Stations of the Crass

    [engl] Stations of the Crass is the second album by Crass, released in 1979. The record, originally released as a double 12", includes live tracks from a gig recorded at the Pied Bull pub in Islington, London, on August 7, 1979. The first three sides contain the studio tracks and play at 45 rpm, while the final side comprises the live material and plays at 33 rpm. The album's title is not only a pun on the Catholic rite of the Stations of the Cross (such jibes against the religious establishment were typical of Crass), but is also a reference to the graffiti campaign that the band had been conducting around London's underground railway system, the cover artwork depicting a wall at Bond Street tube station that had allegedly been 'decorated' by them. Although the album met mixed critical reception at first, it managed to sell at least 20,000 copies within two weeks.
    Format
    DoLP
    Release-Datum
    03.05.2019
    EAN
    EAN 5016958088293
     
  • 01. See Your Friends About It
    02. Tripping Away
    03. All I Could Think Of Was You
    04. To Run For
    05. Let Your Hair Down
    06. The Antlers
    07. Straight Into My Eye
    08. Hold On To What You’ve Got
    09. Naive
    10. Had A Place
    11. Shout
    12. Good Company

    GLOW KIT

    Naive Antlers

    [engl] GLOW KIT has been the best kept garage pop secret in Northern Europe for nearly a decade now. We had a buzzing head about debut single & album on the sadly missed P.Trash Records and instanly put this on our top ten list. The danish duo knew how knock out power pop songs in times when Burger Records just started to reissue garage pop records on tape.Together with their punk alter egos COLA FREAKS and dosed usage of wave elements you could surround JAY REATARDS Matador days with less force for perfection. GLOW KIT songs stick to your ear and it was sad to see them going into a hiatus. They´re back since a while and like NANCY or DANGUS TARKUS it´s way too rough, square, energy-laden for the pop music industry and and too sunny for the frozen crusties genre. On "Naive Antlers" Kasper & Kristoffer rise that pop monster to godzilla size and let it bumble around till turning a north sea beach cabin mojo, shakin´of lo-fi accoustic pop gusts of wind. The super catchy vocals range from shout-out direct mic-to-speaker blasts reminding of the modern DWARVES occasional gems. Next are wavy fireplace heart breakers with arranged intro & outro parts. Years after we asked the band and P.Trash about a record we had recordings in the house! It took one listen to bow in humble adoration of these pop creators. On any later listen we always wonder how they did it, and how on LP length - here are twelve songs of evidence. The best collection of songs "close to be a garage hit" you can imagine, purpose? Record released together with bands orbit record label KANEL in a edition of 300 copies total, 200 black and 100 clear pink, double sleeved in uncoated carboard, artwork from Gert Hoberg. Half the pressing available here only. If its gone just get their other records!
    Format
    LP 180gr
    Release-Datum
    01.11.2019
    EAN
    EAN 4260119670969
     
  • 01. J'attends la bombe
    02. Dernier homme
    03. #1
    04. Venera 16
    05. La jungle
    06. The Pleasure Principle
    07. Mariposa
    08. A l'ombre du Coolangata géant
    09. #2
    10. The Fur
    11. Videolife
    12. Les Adieux au plaisir
    13. The Drowning (Bonus)

    PLEASURE PRINCIPLE

    s/t

    [engl] I’m going to say “I” because I think I can’t write about my music other than in the first person. I’ve been playing drums since I was fifteen years old and I’ve always had bands since. Even if I always contribute artistically, to different degrees, my latitude of action, from a creative point of view, has always been limited by the fact that I am a drummer. Like many people, I learned to play very approximately the guitar and keyboard, and I spent years going over obsessions and recurring patterns, in my room and in my head, without doing any of that, and knowing that even though I was and still am extremely involved in my past and present bands (Skategang, La Secte du Futur, Marietta to a lesser extent, and ), the music we were making was only partially representative of me. I’ve always listened to a lot of reggae, dancehall, music from Ghana, Nigeria, Congo, and overall music that is based more on repetition and intention than composition, and that’s something I could never really develop in there. In 2015 my brother and friend Benjamin Dupont, the human behind Bryan’s Magic Tears, moved into my flat share / Noah’s Ark at 35 rue Clignancourt, in the 18th arrondissement, and it was him who unlocked everything by showing me how to record music by myself ; and one September morning, lying on my back, I saw the light. It’s really a new world that’s opened up to me, I started recording at a pretty intensive pace, just letting myself be carried away by what I’ve had in my head and fingers for years; I’ve accumulated a lot of material, including a lot of unfinished pieces, and I’ve tried – I’m still trying – to understand for myself what my point really is and to learn how to systematize and channel my obsessions to make it something personal. Recording a lot, without any constraints of format, group or expectations, by letting myself be totally carried away by what was coming out in the moment, it allowed me to give myself a certain insight into myself; I am not one of the people who compose music by having an idea of where they want to go, but by repeating the exercise, something coherent ends up taking shape. I would say that it oscillates, for the music, between synthetic krautrock, dancehall lo-fi, Manchester sound recorded with toys, rock à la Velvet and Memphis rap for children; and between Les Négresses Vertes and Julien Gracq for the texts. I still write the basis of my lyrics without music, and I attach a lot of importance to it; French has become obvious because I want to say something true and I would not be able to do it otherwise – even if the text of “The Fur” is in English, but it was to seduce a girl (it didn’t work), and it won’t happen again. This is my friend Paula from J.C. Satan and Succhiamo, who sings on “Mariposa” and “Venera 16”, because I had no idea what to do about it; I sent her the songs and she sang on her phone, it was great so we recorded it. This first album is a kind of best-of from 2015 to 2018, the songs that held up best, the ones I had lyrics on, the best finished drafts, basically. I owe its existence to my friends at the Megattera micro-label who, after hearing my songs at home at night, decided to release them confidentially on tape first; without them, they would still be on my hard drive. Under the spell, Born Bad Records then entrusted Olivier Demeaux de Cheveu/ Heimat with the mission of mixing the “best” tracks to give them the lustre they deserve and make these few crazy and scattered tracks a full-fledged album. I asked Adam Karakos, from Villejuif Underground, Guillaume Rottier, from Rendez-Vous, Nikolaj Boursniev, from Quetzal Snakes, and Milia Colombani, who plays in half the bands in Paris, to play live with me. Pleasure Principle is located somewhere within a triangle formed by Francis Bebey, Add (n) To X and Ludwig Von 88; it is a solitary race to the outside, an ode to the forward flight, a way to escape in the peaceful expectation of the great liberating flash. I often find myself dancing like a monkey who forgets the world when I record at night in my room, and I hope to provoke the same reaction in people. Paul Speedy Ramon
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    25.11.2019
    EAN
    EAN 3521381557985
    Format
    CD
    Release-Datum
    26.11.2019
    EAN
    EAN 3521383457979
     
  • 01. Yogasvin
    02. Introgovertz
    03. Sterling No. 1
    04. Cold Hawaii
    05. Cinematic
    06. Druid
    07. Synthetic Beach
    08. Bomygre
    09. Mass Confusion

    ADDISABABABAND

    II

    Killer Worldmusic Jazz Funk aus Aarhus Dänemark! Unbedingt antesten.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    21.11.2019
    EAN
    EAN 4260016924332
     
  • 01. Safe Word
    02. Who Comes Next
    03. Ill Nature
    04. Pressure Test

    ARSE

    Safe Word

    [engl] Hailing from dystopian Sydney, the punk rock trio known as ARSE arrived at the end of 2017 with their acerbic debut Primitive Species on a cassette tape, sounding like the bastard lineage of Feedtime and Black Flag with an uber-modern spin. Equal parts dumb, terrifying and fitting for the times, Species copped the full vinyl treatment six months later courtesy of German punk label Erste Theke Tontraeger. By years end it had crash-landed on The Quietus’ best of 2018 punk round-up alongside Hank Wood and The Hammerheads, Geld and Amyl and The Sniffers. Never content, as their music attests, ARSE have since opened for Cosmic Psychos (AU), No Age (US) and released a split seven-inch record with Sydney noise-assassins Party Dozen. The forthcoming Safe Word EP, a stop-gap on the road to long player glory, is four tracks of future-fried punk the world truly deserves. I like bands that fall on the dividing line between noise rock and hardcore, and Arse are right in that pocket, using pogo beats, wild and noisy guitar solos, and a nihilistic vocal bark that will appeal to fans of Geld, Gay Kiss, Walls, and other bands that trace their lineage back to Black Flag’s My War. Far from just a copycat band, though, Arse strike me as more artsy and ambitious than any of the aforementioned groups. I hear this in the guitar solos (which are particularly unhinged, like Ginn and Hendrix on a bunch of bad drugs), but even more on the two songs that end each side of the EP. These aren’t so much songs as abstract noise / electronic pieces that flesh out the world hinted at in those guitar leads into a full-on post-apocalyptic soundscape. Far beyond your typical “dude stringing together a bunch of guitar pedals and hitting them at random,” these intricately composed pieces scratch the same itch as Klaus Schulze or Tangerine Dream.
    Format
    7''
    Release-Datum
    01.10.2019
     
  • 01. Rubber
    02. Color Kill
    03. Look At My List
    04. Apple T
    05. American HD
    06. Fully Foam Ending
    07. Unlike (ft. Jazz Adam)
    08. Vestido!
    09. Love Today
    10. In Some Ways Yes
    11. Actor Is
    12. Is Ours Not Yes
    13. Being Where It Shouldn't Be
    14. Canada
    15. Dr. Squeamish
    16. Maxine

    PATTI

    Good Big

    [engl] Debut LP from this band out of Oakland now based in New York, though I'd forgive you for thinking they’re from Minneapolis as they sound strikingly similar to Uranium Club. Like society as a whole, punk rock seems to go through eras of conservatism and progressivism, and despite (or maybe because of?) the fact that the right-wingers seem to be ascendant in the United States’ and Europes' wilder culture, we seem to be experiencing a moment in the punk scene when nothing is cooler than letting your freak flag fly. Rhythmically, Patti have more of a Minutemen / Suburban Lawns-type white funk swing to them, but the deadpan vocals and Krautrock-ish way of riding simple, repetitive riffs will do any Uranium Club fan right. The bass lines, guitar lines, and vocal patterns are uniformly interesting, but one place Patti excel is in writing cool bridge parts. Most of the songs on Good Big have a middle section about 3/4 of the way through where the song goes to some strange, unexpected place. The transitions are fluid, so you find yourself thinking, “wait, is this the same song?” until they drop back into one of the familiar parts from earlier in the song. Having that sense of movement and development to the song takes what would have been an interesting collection of riffs and makes them into something more than that, a set of musical stories that unfold in front of you. This is top-notch egg punk, so even if you only mess with the hits like Uranium Club and Coneheads this is worth checking out.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    01.10.2019
     
  • 01. Fast Trash
    02. New York's Alright (If You Like Sex & Phones)
    03. Wasted On Youth-Melted Candle
    04. To & Fromme
    05. Wimpy Garcia (Brotherfucker)
    06. Ipso Facto (It's All Happening)
    07. New Dress (Debutante)
    08. Jenna Rations
    09. Affection
    10. Secs Tape

    GOTOBEDS

    Poor People Are Revolting

    [engl] The Gotobeds' members come from Pittsburgh, Penn., a place notorious for keeping great local bands to itself. But the racket these guys kick up on their first album, Poor People Are Revolting, might be too strong for the city to contain. Guitarists Eli Kasan and Tom Payne spent the last few years as part of the local hardcore band Kim Phuc. Joined by bassist Gavin Jensen and drummer Cary Belbeck, they bring that energy to The Gotobeds, a rowdy, ramshackle party house of a band, built on the intersecting bedrock of post-punk and indie rock. On Poor People Are Revolting, there's something crazy going on in every room, the front porch and the backyard: a party that never dies down or seems to stop, even as the neighbors complain and the cops drive past. Working from the spirit and fundamentals of a small handful of influences — the design sense and intellectual rowdiness of The Fall; the constant evolution and masterful poker faces of Wire, from whose drummer these guys borrowed their name; the sturdy, heroic melodic sense and layered tape-loop production of Mission of Burma — The Gotobeds' members paint a dirty, driven, vulgar portrait of Rust Belt restlessness. Poor People rockets out of the gate with "Fast Trash," a great intro to The Gotobeds' boundless energy. Two-parter "Wasted on Youth/Melted Candle" starts out with a tuneful riff that ratchets past pandemonium. Every song here is an honest-to-goodness anthem, ready to sweep you up in the throttling, last-call anxiety that permeates the band's work — even through all 10 minutes of the single repetitive riff that makes up "Secs Tape." Were these guys from New York City, they'd probably be too tired and broke to play with this level of fevered, feral inspiration. With no fear of being priced out, they launch one of the greatest arguments against Big Apple living with their single "NY's Alright." Like the album's title, the song is a double-edged sword, couching the relative excitement of New York (and hearing all about it from everyone who's moved there) against the reality of people staring into their cellphones on crowded sidewalks, constantly trying to maintain a standard of living that The Gotobeds can enjoy for next to nothing. The sentiment is hammered home in the video for the track, as the band drops a Parquet Courts LP out of its sleeve, only to see it shatter on the floor. One of the strongest American rock debuts in years, Poor People Are Revolting is an obscene gesture hoisted toward anyone who'd claim that the genre is dead.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    14.10.2014
    EAN
    EAN 4260016924387
     
  • 01. Von der Freunde am Fahren
    02. Kalle (komm aus'm Arsch)
    03. Roboti
    04. Eingeplant
    05. Alles klar im Wurstbasar
    06. Kettenfett
    07. Krampfstern Neurotica
    08. Eiertanz im Sackbahnhof
    09. Der Fensterputzer
    10. Preußisches Blut

    KETTENFETT

    Raumpatrouille Kettenfett

    Seit 3 Jahren hat sich das Duo Kettenfett mit ausschweifenden Konzerttouren einen Namen gemacht. Jetzt endlich erscheint mit dem programmatischen Titel „Raumpatrouille Kettenfett“ auf dem noch jungen Label Rockers Records ihr Debüt-Album mit 10 mächtigen Songs, die mit viel Wut im Bauch losballern und im Gedächtnis bleiben. Musikalisch schaffen es Kettenfett, die Karten noch einmal komplett neu zu mischen. Wer hätte gedacht, dass sturer fast schon stoisch zu nennender Stoner Rock gepaart mit einem Schuss kühler 80er Attitüde und einer ordentlichen Kelle aggressiven Deutschpunks eine derartig explosive Mischung ergeben würde? Hier wird geackert und geprügelt, dass die Schwarte kracht. Trotzdem verbreiten Songs wie „Kalle“ eine schwingende Leichtigkeit, die dem Hörer ein Lächeln ins Gesicht zaubert. Auch textlich wird hier kein Einheitsbrei aus Parolen, Selbstmitleid, Kalendersprüchen oder anderem folkloristischen Kitsch serviert. Kettenfett klingt bissig und ist dabei wohltuend ironisch und bösartig.
    Format
    LP + CD
    Release-Datum
    17.10.2019
    EAN
    EAN 4270000705601
    Format
    CD
    Release-Datum
    17.10.2019
    EAN
    EAN 4270000705625
    Format
    LP yellow
    Release-Datum
    17.10.2019
    EAN
    EAN 4270000705618