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In fact, it is Adam Ant. Finally, we have Sex Bomb. The Sex Bomb. Take a rolling, churning bassline. Add a metronomic drum beat. A pinch of synthesizer or something for flavor. Add a dash of saxophone. Repeat until the whole thing clatters to a stop. Ok, are you happy now? Ever is good. Life is Cheap is depressing. Shed no Tears is also depressing, but somewhat reassuring.

I Saw You Shine is long. The Way of the World is hilarious. Life is reaffirming. Nothing is nothing much, but I want out. Living for the Depression is almost hardcore. Sex Bomb, baby, yeah! Repeat x Oh yeah, it was released by Subterranean Records or some shit like that. And that, then, depends on the locals. I found some Throbbing Gristle material, too, which is only appropriate for this particular entry—well, parts of it.

When I started my current job just a bit further out, though, someone there mentioned a local record store, which piqued my interest immediately.

I swung by after work that day, only to find it was closed on Mondays, deciding to come back the next. However, its walls were papered with posters and fliers for bands I knew well—but knew well from my forays into music in the last few odd years more than anything else. The Murder City Devils. The Supersuckers. When I started flipping through the records there, I found I was in a store I could definitely see myself returning to. I later went back for a single volume that was hanging out there, Vol.

But that set—including my favourite Church album, Heyday —basically informed me this was a worthwhile stop. Many bands have appeared there, the ones familiar to me including the above, Rocket from the Crypt, the Melvins, Helmet, Lubricated Goat, Tar who did a split with Jawbox, which I ownSuperchunk, and the Jesus Lizard. The last is a stretch insofar as familiarity, but those were the names I knew—in most cases, bands I owned full-fledged releases from Lubricated Goat quite by—hilarious—accident.

If any of those names mean anything to you, then this is probably an interesting-sounding compilation. Naturally, Volume 8 was of supreme interest to me. Volume 8 was not an exception to this layout, though—even as it does have seemingly the strangest appearance that could be managed, starting from my own experiences. I kind of filed them with Guided by Voices and Pavement and a bunch of other bands I heard spoken of in awed tones with respect to indie rock in the s.

I tried a few out about ten years ago and nothing caught my ears, but the newfound love for Pavement in the past some-odd years and growing love for GBV has led me to soften my disinterests and try things.

I picked up a few Superchunk singles in my last wanderings through used CDs, and liked what I heard. The track sounds like a strange amalgamation of the low-end droning of bands like SunnO and some of the knowingly sloppier garage rock of the last two decades. Still, otherwise? Steve Miller. Take The "A" Train. Take On Me. Totally '80s, Disc 1. Take on me. Take My Breath Away. In This Skin Limited Edition. Take Me To The River. Compact Command Performances: 14 Greatest Hits.

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Items 1 to 17 of 17 on page 1 of 1. People also bought Tangential Music. Review: Summer might be a fading memory here in the UK but you can keep the balmy vibes alive as long as you like thanks to this lush new record from Blue Dream aka Bristol-based producer Andy Compton. This is super steamy chill out that takes you directly to the beaches of California at sunset with timeless grooves, calming melodies and heart-melting vocals.

Cosmic, waif pads extend up to the skies, percussion breaks like little waves, soft acid lines permeate the arrangements and deeply soulful house feels often bubble up to the surface.

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He was turned onto a career in music by the great Desmond Dekker, also a Welder, and after linking with his band The Wailers, never looked back. This record is from a time in October when Bob and the Wailers gave an intimate performance at Hollywood's Capitol Studios. They serve dup 12 classic rhythms and the footage lead forgotten for decades until it was found in storage units and record company archives in New York, London and San Diego.

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Awake by Tycho. Ghettoville by Actress. Frank and Tony. New Build. Mind Fair. Parkay Quarts. Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti. Ex Hex. Vladislav Delay. Leonard Cohen. Torn Hawk. Fat White Family. Family Crimes by Skygreen Leopards. Whoop Dee Doo by The Muffs. Midnight Passenger by Ex-Cult.

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Drum machines. Studio headphones. Digital recorders. I tried a few out about ten years ago and nothing caught my ears, LP) the newfound love for Pavement in the past some-odd years and growing love for GBV has led me to soften my disinterests and try things.

I picked up a few Superchunk singles in my last wanderings through used CDs, and liked what I heard. The track sounds like a strange amalgamation of the low-end droning of bands like SunnO and some of the knowingly sloppier garage rock of the last two decades. Still, otherwise? Completely new. It devolves into screaming, dissonant and semi-random guitar distortion and even more distorted recordings of drums—but seems to inevitably circle back to the same marching melody that it started with in spite of that.

The vocals are so nasal, though, that they almost disappear into themselves. Hayden Thais ended up joining Man or Astro-man? Drums thump and guitars buzz loosely, while the vocals are clean, clear, near-spoken and very upfront.

The way the thumpy fuzz of guitar hammers down after it is really great, though—confusing what the track actually is without ever losing sight of itself in the process. Unabashed shoegaze! Vocals are in the half-lidded, drugged-out style that marks most shoegaze, and the whole track is greatbut wildly unexpected.

Vocals are seeming babbles, distorted and distant, acting as a layer of sound more than a perfectly clear expression of thoughts as words. The vocals are like the more frantic and unhinged Nick Cave vocals—but with layered echo and even more punk influence. For all that it does seem ramshackle, the guitar finally takes off on a solo that is sharp and pointed in its quick run, deflating the song for a moment, before it takes off again.

A fun track, and rather in contrast to what has come before on both of the Police & Thieves - Various - This Is Reggae Music Vol. 3 (Vinyl records. Brainiac has the frenetic drumming of a punk band, but the proximity-distorted is he eating the microphone, perhaps? Unexpected and interesting, but fitting with the RFTC track, stylistically, in many ways. The guitar is great, its lead loose and bendy, never showy, just pointy enough to make itself known.

Servotron may be the most interesting find, band-wise—even if not necessarily sound- wise—for me. One of those groups actually like Supernova above that decided to go whole-hog, naming themselves all with robot names and dressing up in costumes to emphasize their chosen subject matter and mythology, they sound like they listened to a lot of the Bs, down to the choked-down male-female alternating vocals, but with hints of rather more Devo-style weirdness slathered over the whole thing.

The matrix of perfection! When you find someone talking about the Dope-Guns series, they usually speak rather highly of it—and now I can see why. The weird noises, instead, seem like just another iteration of interesting sounds. Give this thing a spin, actually. But it meant that when the name Converge was mentioned, I tended to leave them to their fans, stuck a bit in my own metal pseudo-elitism.

I actually made a trip out to a semi-distant Borders the source, thanks to my then-employee discount, of much of my music at the time to pick up a copy of this very album, Axe to Fall on CD.

I picked up their earliest albums as LP) ran across them, and eventually even filled out most of the gaps that came between those and Axe to Fall as time went on. This record, though, I found on one of my excursions into the record stores that are not all that close to where I live now.

Because it was used if briefly, or perhaps even not much at allit was in an open sleeve. When I saw this bright, radioactive, translucent colour, I knew I was going home with it regardless—and so I did.

On an album loaded with guests, the first makes his appearance here: Sean Martin, briefly in Hatebreed, takes on the lead guitar part and backing vocals. A final pummeling assault that LP) gains the emphasis of relentless double kicks, roaring from Martin and Bannon and the screeching encouragement of guitars turns again to squeals of feedback. Ballou turns in a more subtle feat of finger-dancing, a lower, less apparent series of fretboard histrionics.

Connors throws a more snare-oriented drumming style at the bass of the band, while Steve Brodsky and Adam McGrath use a more clean but still appropriate style to burn out blistering leads over the throaty yells of Bannon.

A slightly dissonant but intensely distorted guitar riff plays at what now feels like a ponderous pace, creeping along to a sharpened peak, hanging and holding with threat and warning. Lingering distortion marks the first clear trade in vocals: taking on a rather Neurosis-style vocal, Ballou howls over flams from Koller, even and slowed. Between his lines, they all pound out a rhythmic forward movement, the second line followed by Newton, Ballou, and Bannon all expelling the words of the title in unison, pausing after each as no word is swallowed or given only half an effort.

When Koller catches them up in his snares heh! When Koller and Newton join after this chorus, the sense of Tom Waits or a severely mutated version of Neurosis that eschews their more long-winded and progressive elements is exaggerated.

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