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Friday, October 31, 2003


This week's Mixing It show on Radio 3 includes a Plaid Interview. [PS at the mo the website has the wrong date, should be October 31st.]

Available to listen anytime upto 7 days after tonight's radio broadcast @ Mixing It

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BBC Collective review:

This Year's Best Ofs...primal scream, suede, underworld....
Dave Clarke - Devil�s Advocate
and Lamb - Between Darkness & Wonder

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BW & BK report EPHEL DUATH Guitarist Launches Label!

News @ Ephel Duath

New Record label is born:


Amaranth Recordings born from an idea of A&R Davide Tiso (Ephel Duath's guitar player), and code666, responsable for Marketing and Production.

The Label will work with genres usually not touched by code666, like post-rock, electronic, trip-hop, post-hardcore and dark wave.

"The word "amaranth" beyond to being a clear callback to the Ephel Duath's album "The Painter's Palette", efficaciously encloses the concept that lives behind this label:
"amaranth" comes from the ancient Greek, is the substantivized present participle of the verb "amaraino", it means "not to wither, to be durable".
The connection is simple: to produce music that goes out from the actual consumerism and standardization being something that last in the time, something than does not wither."

Davide Tiso

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New official website for Norwegian Avant-Metal band Arcturus

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BBC Music review Hans-Joachim Irmler - Life Like

First solo album from the keyboard player from 70s Krautrock legends Faust...

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Details of the last ever issue of Careless Talk Cost Lives due out November 1st.

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Almost Cool have reviews of: The Books - The Lemon of Pink and Howard Hello - Don't Drink His Blood

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Playlouder review The Fall - The Real New Fall LP

# posted by DJ Martian 3:41 PM report DJ Magazine Top 100 Poll

It's still dominated by the same old Big names though ! for years people have scoffed at the concept of classic rock radio, this is now the same for classic dance big name djs - the same names and music year-in-year-out.

DJ MAGAZINE Top 100 DJs 2003
1 Ti�sto
2 Paul Van Dyk
3 Armin Van Buuren
4 Sasha
5 John Digweed
6 Ferry Corsten
7 Carl Cox
8 Paul Oakenfold
9 Judge Jules
10 Deep Dish
11 James Zabiela
12 Danny Howells
13 Sander Kleinenberg
14 Steve Lawler
15 Marco V
16 Erick Morillo
17 Mauro Picotto
18 Danny Tenaglia
19 Tall Paul
20 Eddie Halliwell
21 Roger Sanchez
22 Hernan Cattaneo
23 Fergie
24 Johan Gielen
25 Pete Tong
26 Lisa Lashes
27 John OO Fleming
28 Nick Warren
29 Laurent Garnier
30 Lee Burridge
31 Dave Clarke
32 Derrick Carter
33 Richie Hawtin
34 Satoshi Tomiie
35 Christopher Lawrence
36 Adam Feeland
37 Plump DJs
38 Masters At Work
39 Jeff Mills
40 Dave Seaman
41 Sven Vath
42 Gabriel & Dresden
43 Fatboy Slim
44 James Lavelle
45 Umek
46 Seb Fontaine
47 Andre Tanneberger (ATB)
48 Ann Savage
49 Mistress Barbara
50 M.I.K.E.(Push)
51 Lange
52 Hybrid
53 Darren Emerson
54 Andy Farley
55 Lady Dana
56 Max Graham
57 BK
58 Timo Maas
59 Jon Carter
60 Lisa Pin-Up
61 Danny Rampling
62 Mr.Scruff
63 DJ Rush
64 Matt Hardwick
65 Adam Beyer
66 Anthony Pappa
67 Scot Project
68 Donald Glaude
69 Rob Tissera
70 Yoji Biomehanika
71 Andy C
72 Bad Boy Bill
73 Blank & Jones
74 Tidy Boys
75 Lottie
76 James Holden
77 Felix Da Housecat
78 Gilles Peterson
79 Mark Farina
80 Paul Glazby
81 Jonathan Lisle
82 David Morales
83 BT
84 Tim Deluxe
85 2 Many DJs
86 Cosmic Gate
87 Thrillseekers
88 Chris Liebing
89 Layo & Bushwacka
90 Frankie Knuckles
97 Graham Gold
98 Guy Ornadel
99 Smokin Jo
100 Marco Carola

Buy the new issue of DJ Mag for full details/ profiles.

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Next week's new releases are reviewed @ Norman Records

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Pitchfork review Junior Boys - Birthday EP

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Issue 8 of earplug


Earplug is a biweekly email newsletter, delivering a handpicked selection of news, sounds, videos, and original features for the international electronic music community.

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Thursday, October 30, 2003


If I were an editor of a weekly music magazine this week's front cover would feature: Anathema

This week's front choice is Anathema - who release their new album: A Natural Disaster on November 3rd on Music For Nations

This new album would appeal to fans of art-rock bands such as Talk Talk [last two albums], Bark Psychosis, Elbow, Radiohead and Porcupine Tree.

Reminder of Musique Machine review for Anathema - A Natural Disaster

>>> Anathema Info

Release date: 3 November 2003
Label: Music For Nations
Type: full album
Line-up: Vincent(vocals,guitar), Jamie(bass,programming), John(drums), Les(programming,keys), Danny(guitars,keys,vocals)
Recording session: Parkgate Studios, Sussex (Anglia) in July/August 2003
Produced by Anathema, Dan Turner
Engineered by Dan Turner, Les Smith
Layout: Travis Smith under Vincent's supervision
- Lee Douglas (female vocals on "A Natural Disaster")
- Anna Livingstone (spectral voices on "Are You There?")
- Jaden Smith (child voice on "Childhood Dream")

Anathema News

News from Daniel Cavanagh 10.09.2003
"The album is all finished now and is called A Natural Disaster. The songs are called Harmonium, Balance, Closer, Are You There?, Childhood Dream, Pulled Under, A Natural Disaster, Flying, Electricity, Violence. It's about 55 minutes long, has 2 instrumentals, should appeal to some of the Anathema fans I am sure. It's a decent album, but not one that will be repeated, the next one will be taking a different approach. It should be released around November I guess. The artwork is looking good. Travis Smith has come up with some decent stuff like. It was recorded and mixed in Parkgate Studios, apart from 2 songs mixed in Nottingham at Electric Mayhem. It was produced by the band and the engineer Dan Turner. It's ok. I think you will like it." Daniel Cavanagh

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The latest news from Morr Music concerning planned 2004 albums from Isan and Lali Puna

Our beloved british gentlemen Isan have just completed a new album for Morr Music. It is called ? Meet Next Live and will be released on feb 9th 2004. After performing live at big time festivals like the UK�s Big Chill and Spain�s Sonar and the Festival Interna�ional de Benic�ssim Isan�s sound has moved to a slightly more dynamic and physical feel, incorporating new acoustic instruments like guitars, a glockenspiel and percussion. There is soon going to be some audio up at for your pre-listening pleasure.

Lali Puna are currently in the process of recording their follow up to their acclaimed ?Scary World Theory� album. We won�t give away the details here but expect a release in spring 2004.

Source: Morr Music e-mail

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Electrelane have set a release date of: January 26th 2004 for their second album: The Power Out on Too Pure

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This week's [October 31st] Jazz Legends show on Radio 3 features Pat Metheny

Also the following week: 7th Nov - Jaco Pastorius

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Splendid review The David S. Ware String Ensemble - Threads

# posted by DJ Martian 1:29 PM review Lamb - Between Darkness And Wonder

# posted by DJ Martian 1:23 PM report Nigel Godrich is helping to produce the new Beta Band album - that is scheduled for release February 2004.

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Pitchfork review Pluramon - Dreams Top Rock

German Powerbooker transcends clicks and cuts to create a stunning shoegaze collaboration with Twin Peaks vocalist Julee Cruise.

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Stylus review Twine - Twine

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Pitchfork interview Animal Collective

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Wednesday, October 29, 2003


Bark Psychosis: NEW ALBUM: MARCH 2004

The release of the much delayed, CODENAME: dustsucker album by Bark Psychosis has been set for March 2004.

It will be released on Fire Records

From the Bark Psychosis forum:

Personnel on the new album consists of:

Pete Beresford - Vibraphone
Anja Buechele � Vocals
Rachel Dreyer � Piano, Vocals, Wood Flute
Shaun Hyder � Sindhi Tamboura
Lee Harris � Drums
Alice Kemp � Bowed Guitar
T.J. Mackenzie � Trumpet
David Panos � Bass
Graham Sutton� Guitar,Piano, Melodica, Bass, Emulator,Vocals

The record was engineered and produced by Graham Sutton at DustSuckerSound, Hackney, London.

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6 Music report The Stranglers have re-signed to EMI records - after almost 25 years apart. A new album: Norfolk Coast will be released February 2004.

More info @ BBC News Rock's Stranglers return to EMI

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BBC Wiltshire interview 80s synth popstar Howard Jones

He would like to get to know you well - once again - as there is a greatest hits type compilation - to cash in on the pre-Christmas market. [Link found via BBCi Music Newsletter e-mail]

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A Ricardo Villalobos interview @

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Junkmedia interview Icelandic band mum

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BBC Music review Novel 23 - Architectural Effects

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Drum & Bass Arena report the Knowledge Awards Nominees have been announced.

Knowledge Drum & Bass Awards Nominations 2003

Best Album
Ed Rush & Optical - The Original Dr Shade
Lemon D & Dillinja - The Killa Hertz
London Elektricity - Billion $ Gravy

Best Breakthrough DJ

Breakthrough MC
Armanni Reign

Breakthrough Producer

Best DJ
Andy C

Best Event
One Nation
Renegade Hardware

Best Label
Renegade Hardware

Best Live Act
I Kamanchi
London Elektricity

Best MC

Best Producer

Best Radio Show
Bailey (1Xtra)
Fabio & Grooverider (Radio 1)
L Double (1Xtra)

Record Shop

Best Single
Fresh - Signal
Pendulum - Vault
Ram Trilogy - Screamer

Best Website
Drum & Bass Arena
Dogs On Acid

To vote go to the Knowledge Magazine website.

Knowledge Drum & Bass Awards. 20 November
@ Hammersmith Palais, London. 6pm - 3am. Award ceremony starts at 8pm sharp.

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Undercover review Lamb - Between Darkness & Wonder

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Stylus review Nice Nice - Chrome

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New issue of Metal Hammer

The Metal Hammer Hot List - 50 New Bands You Must Hear! - the 3 choices they give are rubbish - so what will the 47 others be like ?

Plus... In Hammer's extreme 'Zine Subterrenea this month: Everything you ever wanted to know about Mathcore, starring Converge, The Red Chord, Dillinger Escape Plan and The Locust. Plus: a lengthy feature on Tiamat and a behind the scenes report on Moonfog's jubileum celebrations.

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They don't need the publicity ...but you may be interested in taking advantage of this sales promotion.. This week only @ Tesco online - prices of CDs are reduced by the equivalent of V.A.T i.e 17.5 %. Offer ends midnight Sunday 2 November 2003.

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Tiny Mix Tapes review Jonny Greenwood - Bodysong

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This week's Later...with Jools Holland features Jane's Addiction, John Cale and Nitin Sawhney.

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Tuesday, October 28, 2003


Metal Underground report Neurosis Finishing Up New Album with Steve Albini mixing the album - expect a release Summer 2004.

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The Brainwashed Brain V06I41 - 10192003

This week's The Brainwashed Brain includes reviews of:

Laika - Whatever I Am I Am What Is Missing
Too Pure

Luke Vibert - YosepH

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Perry Farrell is special guest on Thursday afternoon with 6 Music - Andrew Collins

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If you are interested in goth rock music/ culture: then check out this growing resource @ 6 Music: 6 Music - Goth Week

Coming up on Friday with Andrew Collins presenting Roundtable on 6 Music - Halloween Roundtable with Siouxsie and Budgie

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New Releases @ Piccadilly Records

Some new releases listed in the weekly guide [via e-mail] from Manchester's music emporium Piccadilly Records

Black Lipstick - Converted Thieves

On their debut album "Converted Thieves", the Texan foursome Black Lipstick tackle the great themes; blowing off work, getting F'd up, getting by, fate, divine intervention, death, determination, stealing girlfriends and keeping them. All delivered with more than a hint of the Velvet Underground, cool Sonic Youth-esque guitars and drawled, slacker vocals. The depth of "Converted Thieves" sets it apart from the band's garage rock contemporaries, and the group's unpretentious, all-too-Texan, party spirit distinguishes them from dour practitioners of art rock.

The Blow - The Concussive Caress, Or, Casey Caught Her Mom Singing Along With The Vacuum

Khaela Maricich is the Blow, also a member of the Dub Narcotic studio gang. Khaela recorded this entire album on the Dub Narcotic 16 track tape deck, producing it herself, with guest appearances by a few friends: Susan Ploetz, Anna Oxygen, Mirah, Nora Danielson, Jason Anderson and Jenn Kliese. Like secret mantras, these are adult versions of children's rhymes adapted for more complicated situations, songs people want to sing for their loved ones, but probably never will.

The Boggs - Stitches
City Rockers

Following on from where their debut "We Are The Boggs We Are", "Stitches" begins with a terrifyingly mad roar and culminates with a joyous and cathartic fanfare. At once meticulous and destructive it is an album unlike any other. The tracks range from frantic, banjo strummed country numbers with wailing Cajun-style vocals to funereal, downbeat blues. Encompassing everything from American folk to country to rockabilly, there's so much crammed in, that it takes a few listens to get into, but it's worth the effort!

The Fall - The Real New Fall LP Formerly Country On The Click

The Real New Fall LP Formerly Country On The Click" is a studio-recorded album containing 11 brand new tracks plus a Lee Hazelwood cover version. Originally slated for release earlier this year under the title "Country On The Click" this album has been remixed and fine tuned by Mark E Smith himself...

Howard Hello - Don't Drink His Blood
Temporary Residence

Written, recorded and produced entirely by Kenseth Thibideau (Pinback, Tarentel, Rumah Sakit) and Marty Anderson (Dilute), "Don't Drink His Blood" is a mystical adventure of pop proportions that few have ever reached. More in tune with his other band, Pinback than ever before, the mind-blowing combination of sounds and styles is truly unlike anything else at the moment. Add to that the fact that it carries the contemplative message of being seduced by commercial media, and you have an album that is more important than it leads on, and often too catchy for you to notice. Seduced, indeed. No one saw this coming, but we sure hope it never goes away.

Manishevitz - City Life

"City Life" is the third Manishevitz album, but it is truly the first product of the band Manishevitz. The first two albums, were largely composed by Adam Busch and Via Nuon, but now, a new larger band nucleus has evolved to also now include cohorts Joe Adamik, Ryan Hembrey, Nate Lepine and Fred Lonberg-Holm. Vocalist Adam Busch has foregone his oft-indiscernible mumbling-like singing for a more articulated and attitude-fueled vocal performance that resembles that of Bryan Ferry's 70s work. Both the band and the record features an all-star cast of Chicago players, including members of Califone, Edith Frost's band, Shannon Wright's band, Terminal Four, Light Box Orchestra, Central Falls, Bevel, John Zorn's band, Lofty Pillars, Pinetop Seven, Boxhead Ensemble, and Simon Joyner's band.

Movietone - The Sand And Stars

Intended to sound like 'a jazz record being played from across the bay', this album is a beautiful, delicate affair. Gentle strings, and clarinet drift through the gently strummed guitars and piano / keyboards. The fragile folkish vocals complement the music beautifully.

Refree - Nones

To talk of influences, classic songwriting, chanson or post-folk seems meaningless, when it is patently clear that the aim of this record is to extract the maximum out of a creatively inspired moment. Here, we should pay special attention to the rich instrumentation of the record � from the dark to the luminous.

The Rock Of Travolta - Uluru

Following previous releases on their Juggernaut label, their debut album "Uluru" is a major step forward in both songwriting and production. Their sound is influenced both by guitar-based bands such as Radiohead and Smashing Pumpkins and more electronic elements from Add N To (X), Trans Am and Squarepusher. On this album the band have recruite David Line from Seafood to sing on "Everything's Opened Up" whilst Joe Bennett from Goldrush played violin and trumpet on a number of tracks.

Six Organs Of Admittance - Compathia
Holy Mountain

Recently featured as part of the Wire's "New Weird Americana" cover story, Six Organs' deliver their fourth full length, drifting seamlessly away from the chance-operated celestial jams of before, they seem more focussed, and the electric / acoustic guitar of Ben Chasny is augmented by fellow Comets On Fire collaborator Ethan Miller's sitar. This is atmospheric, avant-folky and ethereal.

Static Films - Force Over Distance
Blue Sanct

Static Films are singer / songwriter Mark Trecka and arranger / multi-instrumentalist Douglas Tesnow as well as an ever-revolving cast of players from cellists to walkie-talkie players to ten-piece choirs. Having walked the paths of experimental tone construction and noise-rock freak-out through fields of folk and sincere poetics, Static Films seem to be currently residing in a delicate location, cushioned on all sides by folk and soul, rock and blues, and an impassioned spirit that affords the most daring of methodologies. Recorded at six different locations throughout three cities and over three years, "Force Over Distance" somehow maintains a coherence and a unity. While holding a place among contemporaries such as the Microphones, Bright Eyes, Devendra Banhart, Entrance and others, Static Films harken to an older tradition of fusing rock and folk with soul and emotion in the ways Of Tim Buckley, Robert Wyatt, Simon & Garfunkel, The Beach Boys or Van Morrison.

Swell - Well?

Second album remastered and repackaged with bonus material and alternate versions of original tracks, "Well" is a must-have for all die-hard fans, and perfect for those looking to acquaint themselves with one of the finest bands to emerge out of San Francisco.

Nice Nice - Chrome
Temporary Residence

To truly understand the color and shape of Nice Nice, you must really see them live. Only then will you realize that every sound heard on this record, every intricate polyrhythmic layer is live. There are no overdubs, and there are only two people in the band. Born in Olympia, Wa and now calling Portland their home, guitarist Jason Buehler and percussionist Mark Shirazi meticulously warp hard funk, psyche, soul, dub, angular rock and no-wave noise into a mechanical beast that can take you from dream to dance in 30 seconds flat. The instrumentation is relatively simple: guitar and drums. But it's the endless tap-dancing of effects pedals and rock solid dub beats that make every moment more magical than the last. Recommended to fans of the Load label, Leaf label, the new weird Americana scene and old school New York punk funk ala ESG and James Chance.

Hymie's Basement - Hymie's Basement

Jonathan 'Yoni' Wolf, AKA Anticon / cLOUDDEAD man Why?, and Andrew Broder, AKA Ninja Tune's The Fog have teamed up here to make a lo-fi song-based LP that's more avant rock or anti-folk than hip hop, running through territory touched by Yo La Tengo, Beck, Radiohead and Boards Of Canada. Recorded in Mid-West indie mecca recording studio, Hymie's Basement, the duo have costructed 15 beautiful DIY folk-rock-and-beats songs.

Lullatone - Computer Recital
Audio Dregs

Melodic electonic / avant soundscape pop

Margo - The Catnap
Tsk! Tsk!

French trio who play warm and delicate electronic organic glitchy-pop sounds.

Rope - Widow's First Dawn
Family Vineyard

Originally formed as a Poland-based bass / guitar duo in 1998, Rope has since relocated to Chicago and expanded into a self described 'avant-moodswing rock' trio. Robert Iwanik (bass / vocals), Przemyslaw Chris Drazek (guitar, 12-string acoustic guitar) and Illinois native Michael J. Kendrick (trap set, household percussion) have forced a thousand years of oppression, seething and lost chance into a cascading and ultra-dynamic group sound that will draw in fans of experimental rock and composition.

Psychonauts - Songs For Creatures
International Deejay Gigolos

The Psychonauts debut album instantly transforms the innovative DJ duo into producers of pulsing electronic funk, lush pastoral pop, cinematic disco-funk and more. Opening with the drifting psychedelic version of "Windmills Of Your Mind, "Circles", the LP through great electro-disco, gentle melodic indie with James Yorkston on "Hips For Scotland", electroclash with Siobhan Fahey on "Fear Is Real" and their Pig Bag style punk-funk bomb "Hot Blood".

Various Artists / International DJ Gigolos CD 7

DJ Hell compiles this 30 track collection of of electroclash, electro and punk-funk coolness. Includes tracks by Freaks, Fat Truckers, Psychonauts, Mick Mills, Crack We Are Rock, Fischerspooner, Mu, Chris Korda, Linda Lamb, Trevor Jackson, Liquid Sky, Crossover, Pink Grease etc.

Captain Beefheart And The Magic Band - Dichotomy
Ozit Morpheus

An amazing collection of previously unreleased Beefheart material from the 60s and 70s. 23 tracks in total, the booklet also includes previously unpublished photos.

DOA - Anarchy In Canada
Sudden Death

Fifteen tracks of never before released studio material from 1981 to 1984, arguably the band's finest, most productive years. Bonuses include the previously lost track "They Saved Hitler's Brain" from '81 and "Kill Kill This Is Pop" from 1979's super rare "Vancouver Compilation" LP.

Various Artists / Bah Rumba - 10 Years Of Dancing

BBE celebrate a decade of nights at this Shaftesbury Avenue club in London. There's a broad cross section of tracks representing the different nights the club has had on, from Kenny Hawkes deep house feat, Space, to BBE's own eclectic Night People. Includes RSL's "Wesley Music" anthem, house from Toob and Inner City, latin and jazz-funk from Roberto Pla and Roy Ayers, hip hop-soul from Will I Am and King Britt and broken beats from BB Boogie.

Riow Arai - Mind Edit

Tokyo beat producer's first album release outside his own country. Influenced as much by Chicago post-rock and German electronica as it is by the cut up styles of Matthew Herbert or Rob Swift, or the straight up hip hop of RZA or Busta Rhymes. This is hip hop like you've never heard before, masterfully crafted, incredibly fresh and quite unique.

Donna Summer Vs Ove Naxx - Split Album
Adaadat / Very Friendly

This split release on Adaadat sees the pairing of two promising newcomers with contrasting as well as innovative takes on breakcore music. Firstly we have Donna Summer not the 70s disco diva, but Brooklyn resident Jason Forrest, a DJ at New York independent radio station WMFU famous for his genre splicing DSP madness released on the labels Irritant and Br�klyn Beats. Donna Summer is a frenetic and highly entertaining tour de force taking in disco, prog rock, gabba and digital noise along the way. Secondly is Habikino City Breakcore marvel Ove Naxx real name Isao Sano. Having just completed an EP for DJ Rupture's Soot records. This release sees Ove Naxx teaming up with Osaka MC's Wolf Pack to produce a devastating audio barrage of jungle, video-game themes, heavy metal, and Japanese weirdness.

Dwayne Sodahberk - Unfortunately

The monumental third release and second full length album by Dwayne Sodahberk for Tigerbeat6 represents one of the label's most ambitious and fulfilling forays into modern pop music. Sodahberk gives "Unfortunately" a warm, analog glow through digital thumps, tweaks, and textures. His cutely aggressive pitters and patters contrast the emotionally charged noisy bits and adjoin intriguing melodies, gorgeous vocals, and solid structures.

Jehst - Falling Down
Low Life

UK rapper Jehst delivers a lyrical feast over inventive psychedelic sounds-meets hip hop beats on this Low Life LP. Supporters include Mr Scruff and Gilles Peterson.

Da Lata - Serious
Palm Pictures

Patrick Forge and Chris Franck return with a worldwide guest selection on this new Da Lata LP. Singers and players on these nu-jazz, latin, afro-funk and soul fusing grooves include Jhelisa Anderson, Baaba Maal, BITA collaborator Bembe Segue, Nina Miranda, Pedro Martins and Marcelo Jeneci Da Silva.

Jonny L - 27 Hours A Day

This nine track CD has already been getting rave reviews - number two in DJ's drum'n'bass chart, 4/5 in IDJ, 5/5 in Knowledge, 8/10 in ATM. An uncompromising set of tracks that cover musical flavours to tear out floorfillers. All the tracks will be coming out as separate 12"s over a period of time.

Various Artists / DJ Kicks - Chicken Lips

Dean Meredith and Andy Meecham are now joined by Akwaaba's Steve 'Fela' Kotey for the Chicken Lips TRIO, and the three of them have put together an ace, eclectic selection of influences for this DJ Kicks compilation. Includes Jimmy Spicer's Jellybean mixed funker "The Bubble Bunch", Nina Hagen's yodelling Kraut-reggae weirdness "African Reggae", Dennis Bovell's dubbed-up mix of The Raincoats' afro-tinged punk-funker "Animal Rhapsody", Lindtrom's electro-disco, Colourbox's proto-sampling coolness "Shotgun", a bit of Rhythm & Sound reggae and some psyche-rock from Brain Ticket.

21 track mix CD includes extras by Brainticket, Karin Krog, The Congos, Gwen Guthrie, Warp 9, Sharon Redd, Big Two Hundred, etc and an exclusive Chicken Lips track.

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Splendid review [the now to be released 2004 album] Mice Parade - Obrigado Saudade

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It's the end for T.W.A.N.B.O.C. and a new start @ WOEBOT

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ICON OF COIL - Android

Details of a new single from Icon of Coil [via an e-mail newsletter from Music Non Stop]

One year after their chart breaking album "The Soul is in the Software", top Norwegian electro act Icon Of Coil return triumphant with a brand new 4 track single ! Now signed to electro label extraordinaire Out Of Line, "Android" marks quite a positive change in the band's sound which could be best described as Power-Future-Electro. "Android" still retains that quintessential IOC sound, mixing powerful, anthemic structures with an extremely danceable and infectious club attack - successfully catapulting the musical inheritance of EBM firmly into the new century. This is NOT soft core electro dance, but hard futuristic EBM laced with new ideas and delivered with power and presence. "Android" contains 3 remixes of the title track plus IOC's classic take on legendary Front 242 anthem "Head- hunter" - this fan favourite up to now only included as an encore track during live performances.

Released 24th November 2003.

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Playlouder review Alias - Muted

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Splendid finally review Killing Joke - Killing Joke the reviewer, Dave Madden - a long term KJ fan gives it his seal of approval.

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Dusted review Laika - Wherever I Am I Am What Is Missing

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Monday, October 27, 2003


dotmusic under new management: Yahoo

The ownership of dotmusic has changed once again, dotmusic is no longer part of BT Openworld - it's now part of Yahoo UK & Ireland: YAHOO! FOR DOTMUSIC

This is no big shock - as BT have gone into partnership as BT-Yahoo for ISP/Broadband services in the UK, and BT have previously stated they wanted to get out of the content game. [As the reported last month.]

So this will be the 3rd ownership of dotmusic - previously owned by United newspapers/ Music Week then BT/BT Openworld and now Yahoo UK & Ireland.

So dotmusic - NME.Com's only direct UK based commercial daily music website rival - in terms of scale - is now owned by a key Internet Content Provider - it will be interesting to see how Yahoo integrate dotmusic into their portal.

dotmusic now [Part of Yahoo UK & Ireland] and the press release by Yahoo Europe

# posted by DJ Martian 11:35 PM interview Dave Clarke

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Preview/Prototype of the new look website for: Rough Trade Shops.

This is a prototype / preview of a complete website update - I'm sure there will be a few teething problems, but hopefully not too many! Any helpful suggestions / bug reports please email us.

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Sonic Assault is a News Headlines portal for the latest [Extreme] Metal music news.

They are using RSS to extract the news from the various websites in real time.

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Key new album releases for October 27th [A more detailed release listing including other new releases, compilations and reissues - can be found further up this webpage.]

This Week: October 27th

Amplifier - Amplifier (Music For Nations)
And Also The Trees - Further from the Truth (And Also the Trees) [Available at Music Non Stop]
Riow Arai - Mind Edit (Leaf)
Black Grass - Black Grass (Catskills)
Loren Connors & David Grubbs - Arborvitae (Hapna)
Richard Devine - A: Sect/ D: Sect (Schematic)
John Foxx & Louis Gordon - The Drive (Fullfill) [EP]
Jonny Greenwood - Bodysong (EMI) [OST]
Implant - Horseback Riding Through Bassfields (Alfa Matrix) [Available at Music Non Stop]
Jonny L - 27 Hours a Day (Piranha)
Pete Moss - In Your Dreams (Alola)
Movietone - The Sand & The Stars (Domino)
Pluramon featuring Julie Cruise - Dreams Top Rock (Karaoke Kalk)
Ghislain Poirier - Beats As Politics (Chocolate Industries)
Post Human - Lagrange Point (Seed)
The Psychonauts - Songs for Creatures (International DeeJay Gigolos)
Tiamat - Prey (Century Media)
2mex - Sweat Lodge Infinite (Temporary Whatever / Mush)
Venetian Snares - Chocolate Wheelchair Album (Planet Mu)
David S.Ware - Threads: Blue Series (Thirsty Ear)
Williams - Love Crisis (Glasgow Underground)
The Workhouse - The End Of The Pier (Bearos)
Bojan Z Trio -Transpacifik (Label Bleu)

For Reference:

Last Week: October 20th

Akercocke - Choronzon (Earache)
Alias - Muted (Anticon)
Basement Jaxx - Kish Kash (XL)
Christiansen - Stylish Nihilists (Revelation)
Loren Connors - The Murder of Joan of Arc (Table of the Elements)
The Creatures - H�i! (Sioux Records)
The Cruxshadows - Ethernaut (Dancing Ferrett) [Available at Music Non Stop]
Fort Lauderdale - Pretty Monster (Memphis Industries)
Her Space Holiday - The Young Machines (Mush
Kayo Dot - Choirs of the Eye (Tzadik) [Import available to order @] [previously known as: Maudlin of the Well]
Khanate - Things Viral (Southern Lord) [Import]
Laika - Wherever I Am I Am What Is Missing (Too Pure)
Large Number - Spray on Sound (White Label Online)
Living Science Foundation - Last Call for Nightfall (Second Nature) [US Import @ Rough Trade]
Lowfish - 1000 Corrections Per Second (Suction)
National Forest - National Forest (Faith & Hope)
Nice Nice - Chrome (Temporary Residence)
Orbital - Octane (EMI) [Film Score]
Evan Parker - Electro-acoustic Ensemble Memory: Vision (ECM)
Plaid - Spokes (Warp)
Plastikman - Closer (Novamute) [Ritchie Hawtin]
Rock Of Travolta - Uluru (Tablature)
Rope - Widow's First Dawn (Family Vineyard) [Import]
Six Organs of Admittance - Compathia (Holy Mountain) [Import available @ Rough Trade]
Dwayne Sodahberk - Unfortunately (Tigerbeat 6) [Now available in the UK,previously an Import]
Softland - One Is A Very Small Crowd (Spezial Material)
Space Monkeez - Inframind (Universal) [Available @ Music Non Stop]
The Speaking Canaries - Get Out Alive: The Last Type Story (Scat/ 12XU)
Total Shutdown - Total Shutdown (Tigerbeat6)
Ulver - A Quick Fix Of Melancholy (Jester) EP [Full UK Release]
Paul Van Dyk - Reflections (Positiva)
Verbose - Observe (Neo Ouija)
Virus - Carheart (Jester Records) [UK Release Date]
J Xaverre - These Acid Stars (Memphis Industries)

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Sunday, October 26, 2003


The latest STEVEN SEVERIN news:

Steven has finished the score for an upcoming UK independent supernatural thriller. He has also contributed songs for the movie with his songwriting partner, Arban under their new project guise of DARLING HATE.

More info on Darling Hate

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Norwegian art-rockers White Willow intend to release their forthcoming album: Storm Season early 2004. [White Willow would appeal to fans of Kate Bush and The Gathering.]

The wrap-up of "Storm Season" will also be a little delayed by all this, but there are only minor details left. The Laser's Edge has announced an early 2004 release date for the album.

The main line-up is Sylvia Erichsen (voice)/Jacob Holm-Lupo (guitars)/Lars Fredrik Fr�islie (keyboards)/Johannes S�b�e (guitars)/Marthe Berger Walthinsen (bass guitar)/Aage Moltke Schou (drums), along with Ketil Vestrum Einarsen on woodwinds.

# posted by DJ Martian 10:44 PM

Neworderonline have more info concerning the forthcoming JOY DIVISION LIMITED EDITION BOX [due for release November 17th]

# posted by DJ Martian 10:36 PM

News from The Orb concerning the delayed album:

THE ORB - Bicycles & Tricycles

The new Orb album Bicycles & Tricycles was released on 17 June 2003 in Japan, the album will be released in the UK and Europe on new label Hexus in February 2004. A USA deal is currently being finalised

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Attrition - Dante's Kitchen

Latest news from Attrition

Dante's kitchen. Out of the Cage....
We are pleased to announce that the recordings for "Dante's Kitchen"
are now finally complete!
Three years of chaos, re-evaluation and experimentation with new forms and
influences have resulted in possibly our most accessible record to date. A
complex web of electronic sound production and dense rhythmic structures
coupled with our trademark industrial, dark ambient and neo-classical excursions.
We are currently negotiating deals for licensing the album worldwide
and preparing an all new live show.

Interested labels and promoters do contact us

# posted by DJ Martian 10:20 PM

Musique Machine review Ulver - A quick fix of melancholy ep [Jester Records - 2003]

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BW & BK report Ephel Duath are in the studio working on the follow up to: Painter's Palette. The album will be released on Elitist/Earache next year.

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New Releases @ Fopp for this week [week beginning: 27th October] with added press quotes. Including these two albums:

label: EMI

The first solo project from the Radiohead camp, rumour has it they'll all be having a shot in the near future. Jonny Greenwood's atmospheric score to an arthouse movie that tells the story of your typical human life by using clips from a century of film. The music compliments this celuloid-sampling perfectly...

"The score itself is much like Jonny's contributions to Radiohead - a surreal mixture of lush strings, pumping guitar and electronic experiments."

label: GIGOLO

The Psychonauts debut album instantly transforms the innovative DJ duo into producers of pulsing electronic funk, lush pastoral pop, cinematic disco funk and more. Alongside Trevor Jackson, Gramme and longtime, like-minded friend Tim Goldsworthy of The DFA they pre-empted the current interest in disco-punk by several years. Included is the album�s taster single �Fear Is Real� (vocals Siobhan Fahey) and �Hips For Scotland� (vocals James Yorkston) which has already been causing a stir....

"It's a deliciously diverse set, fusing the raw-edged funk of 'Psychedelic Shack' era Temptations with aching electro-funk, lysergic folk and dub-drenched electronica, resulting in a collection that oozes organic soul as much as it marches to the heartbeat of machinery."

"A huge and wonderful surprise: an album to love and fall in love to. 'Songs For Creatures' is released on German DJ Hell's ever-provocative Gigolo label. Hell has covered Barry Manilow and pioneered the new-school electro-pop; here again, he shows us he knows something we don't (but would like to)."

"Yeovil Town took a hundred years to get promoted into the Football League. One of the town's other famous products have been similarly slow to really mix it with the big boys. Paul Mogg and Pablo spent the 90s playing blistering breakbeat sets, remixing David Holmes among others and making a mix album of the entire Mo 'Wax catalogue. This long awaited original LP should see them break straight into the Premiership."

"If being popular in fashionable circles is a crime, Psychonauts are guilty as charged. More importantly, however, they're also culpable of making one of the strongest albums this year, and in some style."
Jockey Slut !

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Reminder: Radio 1 are in Brighton this coming week: One Live in Brighton

>>> Schedule

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Saturday, October 25, 2003


Feature @ Dusted Listed: Tyondai Braxton + Hair Police

Dusted Magazine publishes a series of music-related lists determined by our favorite artists. This week: Tyondai Braxton and Hair Police.

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A discussion @ Bagatellen on the best improv/ jazz releases of 2003. [Plus some Metal]

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This Week's New Releases @ Boomkat

This week's new releases @ Boomkat - a Pelicanneck Online Music Store include:

Post Human - Lagrange Point

Posthuman are cousins Rich Bevan and Josh Doherty, formally cohorts of Manchester's guerilla cohorts Skam. Debuting with a 5 hour live set, supporting Gescom and Altern 8 at the infamous Compression night, the boys went on to release the debut installment in the label's infamous `Smak' offshoot some time later. Seed was founded in 2000 and has been freaking us ever since with a slew of new and respected artists joining Josh and Rich on the roster. Two years have passed since the first Posthuman album, and the intervening period has seen both the label and the boys' sound flourish, with regular intermediary live masterclasses at their now legendary tube station parties, where they've been joined by just about anyone who's anyone, Aphex, Vibert, Funkstorung, Skam, Plaid, Richard x, T Raumschmiere, the list goes on. Retreating from these hectic events, and escaping London, for the past few months Rich and Josh have been esconced, locked away in a cottage in the scottish countryside. The growth in their sound is evident, a new found melancholic lyricism will really surprise even hardcore Seed afficionados, yet their attention to a tough bass and rhythm still shows their auspicious heritage. 'Purgatory' might seem a strange place to start an album, but the bad beats build in serious fashion, and very soon you just know this is a fitting opener to an epic. 'Walking from the gallows' opens like some of the best moments of Anthony Manning's work, before a squashed, other worldly sound, kinda like skinning a bullfrog, ushers in a darkly haunting piece. After this, the acoustic piano of 'Two Brothers Fall' offers a personal, grounded moment - quietly beautiful, even autobiographical in its tone, Posthuman are moving through to the other side here. 'Up Against The Wall' steps back through the portal, bringing still the crystal melodies, until one wicked crisp break drops, pushing the centre of the album on to new heights. 'A Child After Beating' sustains this strangely altered, disturbed but resilient mood, 'As Old As The Waterfall' revels in almost symphonic bliss, riding a deep, puttering electronic undertow, like an underground stream. 'The skull' brings a rude awakening, square bass as we like and a brooding, gathering, time is running out sensation. Ending with the title track, there's an eerie feeling of images seen, energy dissolving, time travelled - the heightened beats' production bring to mind classic moments of the Boards' darker, more intense cousins. This is one big record in every sense of the word, excellent stuff.

Venetian Snares - The Chocolate Wheelchair Album
Planet Mu

Mr Funk continues his world decimation with this essentialist (mentalist) assault on our senses. His past history of releasing uncompromising and futuristic as well as HARD music makes this one highly anticipated album. Opening with a humourous and superb mash up of the theme to Coronation Street (yes!) in the form of 'Abomination Street'. This isn't in the usual 5 minute cut and paste business, Snares puts a lot of work in to make the samples not so obvious and utilizes the strings perfectly over rampant cut up jazz drums, with a dash of hip hop vocals, and a touch of reggae delay he crafts a brilliant drum and bass number from an extremely sh*t tv show, awesome. All the tracks have source inspirations and the samples are the clue, if you can recognise them, 'Langslide' is one of the most frantic of the 10 tracks, extremely fast cuts and samples are thrown together in a maelstrom of noises to create a digital rhythm of insane proportions, sub bass, dark spooky synths and distorted timestretched drums crash into voice samples that have been put through the Snares mangler, brilliant, tight and headwrecking stuff. Now for a Venetian Snares feelgood track, the jaunty jungle of 'Einstein-Rosen Bridge' with its horn stabs and guitar slices backed with umpaloompa vocals talking about time and space (google up 'Einstein-Rosen Bridge' and you'll see) trots along at breakneck speed, but retains an air of childish fun due to the vocals and crazy synth noises taken straight from Sesame street - brilliant fun. Next, the track of the album explodes across the speakers, RUDEBWOY style, 'Hand Throw' is THE ragga jungle anthem for 2003, completely Snared up and dissected all over the place, gabba beats clash against ruff Amen breaks while ragga vocals chug along at light speed and Mr Funk rips the track to its tiny pieces and re-constructs it into something completely different for the latter half with the fastest kick rolls ever, truly unbelievable. Then there's the reggae spliced 'Ghetto Body Buddy' and 'Herbie Goes Ballistic', more highlights from an album that will take a few listens to love, but only one to decide it's yet another unmissable joint from Venetian Snares. Killa!

Donna Summer Vs Ove Naxx - Split
Adaadat / Very Friendly

Brand new white hot breakcore release from Adaadat records in conjunction with the Very Friendly label. This limited split album features two of the scene's hottest artists, right now. Donna Summer is the alias of Brooklyn DJ/artist Jason Forray. For this album he's parred with the japanese act Ove Naxx who come approved and discovered by DJ/Rupture who recently released their mini album 'Bullets From Habikino City HxCx' on Soot. As you'll guess (know) by the name, Donna Summer is music with a hell of a lot of fun attached - mashing up disco, with punk, noise, hypersplatter breaks and some truly wild drum programming. Crazy wild insania but massive fun, broken styles of music this jumped-up can often drive you crazy but Donna has all the tricks to please. Killer stuff. That's the first six tracks, side one over. On the flip Ove Naxx aka Isao Sano utterly wreck's the place, destroying all your senses with his manicmagic amalgam of distorted gabba breaks, insane hyperspeed ragga chat, tsunami waveblasts of noise and wayward japanese kitch pop melodies - fans of Hrvatski's Gai-Jin offshoot alias need to check this out. Check the titles, 'Jinginaki Punxxx!!!', 'No Side Discharge' & 'Anarchy Bomb-Odori' - 'B-Gay In Tsutenkaku' is trult shocking, check the rap from Wolf Pack???? Twelve tracks, jewel case CD and extra lush spot gloss sleeve, white vinyl version. Complete mentalism, hardcore to your brain - essentialist music that you NEEEEDDDD!!!!!!

Ghislain Poirier - Beats As Politics
Chocolate Industries

Now this is a nice surprise. The first part of the megadope double pronged album attack from French/Canadian producer Ghislain Poirier that he'll deliver over the next two weeks (more of that later). After his outstanding works of minimal beauty for labels such as 12k and Now attacking on a political tip fusing his early 12k/Intr-Version minimal works of beauty with a hip hop/electronic kick. For Chocolate Industries 'Beats As Politics' is a wicked eleven track variation of extra chunky hip hop with electronica attachments. Straighter and more direct than Prefuse 73 this is more in tune with the Dabrye 'One/Three' album with an extra deep production depth utilising micro-arabic samples, deep-sonic-beats and precise melodic lurches. Plus on three tracks vocals come to the fore, 'Gray Space' featuring Diverse plus 'De L'art De La Fellation' & 'Carquois' feature french/canadian rapper S�ba rhyming in his mother tongue in a style similar to TTC (Big Dada). One superb album, then next week his new Intr-Version CD 'Conflits' which takes this new sound even further out with devastating results.

Iso 68 / Various - Here/There Played By....

Versions, remixes and reinterpretations from Calexico, Corker/Conboy, Masha Qrella, Peter Thiessen, Sixtoo & Matt Kelly, Loopspool, Christof Kurzmann. Well well well, now iso 68�s Thomas Leboeg and Florian Zimmer have other people working for them. This might be due to their constant engagement in numerous side projects in and around Hamburg and Munich. Whilst busy producing a radio play with author Katja Huber for the Bayrischer Rundfunk and composing a spoken-word-piece for poems by beat poet Robert Lax, iso 68 asked some handpicked artist friends to remix tracks from their latest album "Here/There", one of our favourite long players from 2003. Remarkably enough, the artists involved did not just move around samples, some of them even recorded new tracks to the existing song parts. The resulting release is therefore not a typical remix record, it rather contains reinterpretations, sometimes closer, sometimes further from the original. Calexico, who iso68 supported on their 2003 tour in Germany and Scandinavia, contribute sunbleached, dusty Texan charm, absolutely transforming the flavour of this already classic tune. Monika's Berlin-based Masha Qrella, who opened for Calexico in the uk, weaves delicate beats around "Cosmic Bones", Loopspool adds bone-dry, danceable electronic beats and thus a whole new character to Iso68�s dream-like, nicely blurred sounds. One could go on raving about this release, as the remixes by Christof Kurzmann, Corker/Conboy, Sixtoo and Peter Thiessen give you every reason to... In short, iso68 can count themselves really lucky because only few remix records can offer tracks which approach the original as intelligently, coherently and respectfully as the artists did here. iso68�s beautiful, fragile tracks from "Here/There" ended up in good hands.

Quench - Punctuated

New collection of mostly chilled/blissed out electronics from the Funken brothers. Floating beats and widescreen synthetic melodies are the forefront elements. Most of the tracks of long, slowly developing sounds panned across the full frequency and touching on many emotions. Highlights are ' Zane' previously heard on the 'MAS Confusion' comp and the John Carpenteresque 'Scid' . A highly recommended album for people who think they are tired of idm. Next up for the Funken brothers : the Shadow Huntaz project for Skam - be prepared.

Richard Devine - Asect:Dsect

Brand new Richie Devine album on Schematic, the finest offering on the label for some time. Building on the blueprint intricacies of 'Lip Switch' and 'Aleamapper', 'Asect:Desect' finds the crunch and funk in more mangled effect shot through heavily rhythmic max'd up workouts wrapping deep blue cloaked harmonics amongst whirling torrents of phased pitches and tough beats. Check the grimy hip hop tempoed 'Dansk Rap' leading the way before the bomb dancefloor killer 'Floccus' drops the beat-wreckage. Elsewhere 'Rusx Fee' kicks out the noisecore blasts that would scare even Aaron Funk. Finally you get the driftsome 'Randale' providing the closing call. Thirteen tracks of widescreen, 3D, full frequency range i-dee-m-shizz - big recommendation.

Riow Arai - Mind Edit

Killer UK debut album from the brilliant japanese blitzkreig hip hop beat demolision expert, Riow Arai. Known to us for having released several essential but hard to obtain albums and ep's all released on Soup-Disk in Japan, of whom Leaf have licensed his new album and it's amazing. If you will, imagine a fusion of Dabrye & Prefuse's clipped hip hop beats, Kaman Leung & Kareem's rave technique and El-P's bassiest beatburst brutalism. This is the sort of music that needs to be pumped extra loud. Eleven tracks of some of the finest cut up music available today. Lush packaging and extra fat sound mastering. This sh*t rocks.

Various / Gigolo - International Deejay Gigolo Compilation #7

Whew! Volume 7 rolls out of the Gigolo manufacturing plant, featuring among the 30 tracks DJ Hells remix of P Diddy's `Lets Get Ill' (I never saw that collaboration coming), David Carreta's nu-disco number `Colours', the hi-nrg electro-techno of Savas Pascalidis `Nite Life' , Maurice Fultons `Jealous Kids', the Psychonauts remix of the classic New York electro of `No G.D.M.' by Gina X, Fischerspooner's `L.A. Song, and Trevor Jackson's `Pink Lunch' among many others. The 2cd format takes in the whole of Gigolo's output and throws a few other numbers in from Terrence Fimer, Richard Bartz, Steril and of course DJ Hell's `Keep On Waiting'. More disco punk for the Mullet Massive.

Current 93 - A Little Menstrual Night Music
United Durtro / Anomalous CD

New CD from David Tibet's Current 93 alias here remixed by Nurse With Wound's Steven Stapleton. This album consists of two new versions of 'In Menstrual Night' which were used as the introductory music for Current Ninety Three's two performances at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco on May 9 and 10, 2003. Wonderful outward bound, spooked ambience.

Psychonauts - Songs For Creatures

The Psychonauts return with a new album for Hell's Gigolo label, with special guests including James Yorkston (Domino), ex Bananarama warbler Siobahn Fahey and others. Much feted by the media this album shows the Psychonauts spreading their wings and covering a lot of ground, from the cinematic Axelrod vibes of the opener 'Circles', to the pulsing analog disco of 'Empty Love' and the swirling techy 'Fear is Real'. There is an 80's undercurrent harking back to the innocent days of synth pop as on the Pet Shop Boys-esque 'World Keeps Turning' with its melodramatic vocals and playful simple synths and also the dreamy, easy breakbeat of 'Dream Chaser' which melts analog strings and synths with what sounds like a dash of pedal steel guitar floating in the background.

2mex - Sweat Lodge Infinite
Temporary Whatever / Mush

Brand new, true underground hip hop album straight outta LA from the freshly blessed and Mush backed Temporary Whatever label. 2Mex is one of the few mexican born rappers making a name for himself in the US hip scene. Very much a part of the LA crews Project Blowed, The Shapeshifters and his duo alongside Xololanxinxo, Of Mexican Descent. This twelve track album is produced by Longevity of the Darkleaf crew who once ran with Jurassic 5. Guest raps come from Aceyalone, Busdriver and members of the Shapeshifters, Awol One, Liferexall and Existereo. This hip hop is raw and somehow strangely sparse yet dense, bringing to mind early Bomb Squad productions with a slightly alien twist. This feeling is reinforced by Mixmaster Wolf scratching on the decks in a rough and raw style like the man Johnny Juice Rosario of early Public Enemy fame. 'Seconds Ago' kicks the mental flow with a political bite over a hype original backing. 'Copy That' has a tense backing and chopped sonics behind a deep bass beat, Kemit and Busdriver join 2Mex for this killer track. 'No Category' is another highlight with Awol and Aceyalone getting busy on a dope next level science bomb. 'Sweat Lodge Infinite' is a dope album of purest bleeding edge hip hop, future proof year 3000. Investigate or regret.

Hymie's Basement (Why? & The Fog) - Hymie's Basement

Yoni Wolf (aka Anticon's Why?) and Andy Broder (aka The Fog) have teamed up to make a whacky, slacker based out-hop folk experimental record for Lex. Not quite as scary as that description implies, you'd still need to open up your b-boy horizons to get off on it. Sixteen tracks, if you liked Why?'s recent Anticon efforts then you'll like this of Ninja Tune and cLOUDDEAD listen up!

Soul Position (Rjd2 & Blueprint) - 8 Million Stories

Out, at long last, after late last year's 'Unlimited EP' and the recent dope 'Jerry Springer Episode' 12" '8 Million Stories' is finally upon us. This sixteen track album finds both RJD2 and battle rapper supreme, Blueprint at the peak of their powers. RJ's heavy funked production is given a trim and the melodious aspect is expanded upon. Behind Blueprint's multi-layed topics and heartfelt delivery we really can,t go wrong. Check 'Printmatic', classic lyrics, clipped horns, bubblin' bass, and sooooo dope drums, 'you got beef!!!, I got vegetables' is just one of the classic lines. Tune!! 'Inhale' feels like a Antipop refreshment dose, especially on the chorus before the conga ripping beats lace the lyrics's loveveleeee versus!!! 'Just Think' is classic Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth styled, epic!!! and 'Fu*kajob' would run perfectly after Mr Lif's 'Live From The Plantation'. There really are no slackjack tracks on here. A result of taking your time over your job, equalling an essential album. Killer sleeve, killer album - Rhymesayers run tingz.

Various / Galapagos 4 - Laced
Galapagos 4

Bargain priced limited edition instrumental CD set from the Galapagos 4 production unit. New beats and instrumental tracks from Meaty Ogre, DJ White Lightning, Open I, Jackson Jones, Offwhyte and DJ Natural - thirteen tracks deep - every tracks a winner. Chicago's finest do it again with some of the best hip hop instrumental tackle you can get your hands on. Well wicked.

Laika - Wherever I Am I Am What Is Missing
Too Pure

'Wherever I Am, I Am What Is Missing' continues where Laika they left off in 2000, and marks another change in their recording process. Most of what appears on this album is raw and spontaneous, with minimal studio trickery involved and Margaret Fiedler changing her lyrical approach to match the lack of artifice. It is all part of an effort to stop getting obsessed about every minute detail on the record, and to actively get to the heart and the emotions. It is a spacious album layered with feeling; from the wistful sweeping melodies of OeAlphabet Soup, to the dark, rolling hypnotic beats of "Fish For Nails,, Laika,s cool melodies, dub basslines and layers of sound compliment Fiedler,s entrancing vocals which weave effortlessly in and out of the mix.

Loren Connors & David Grubbs - Arborvitae

Lush minimal and modal piano/guitar exploration album from David Grubbs and Loren Conners on this new (to us) Swedish label, Hapna. Five tracks of spiky but intermittently beautiful music. Like a Morton Feldman recital by two weary musicians. Delicate sound processing and extended tones set the stage. Textured card slipcase, very limited copies.

Movietone - The Sand and The Stars

Taking its trigger from a review of their critically acclaimed "The Blossom Filled Streets", "The Sand and The Stars", is intended to sound like "a jazz record being played from across the bay". Which is how Movietone came to find themselves carrying a double bass down a cliff, in the dark. Nina Simone, Jefferson Airplane, The Carter Family, The Band and Sandy Denny are all cited as influences on "The Sand and The Stars", but inspiration in their approach comes from the field recordings of the late producer Alan Lomax, with Movietone moving beyond the studio and out on location to Cornwall for much of its recording. Movietone hail from the same Bristol scene that saw fellow experimentalists Flying Saucer Attack and The Third Eye Foundation flourish. Having re-issued their self-titled debut earlier this year, this is Movietone's fourth album and their first new material since 2000's "The Blossom Filled Streets".

Little Annie & The Legally Jammin - Little Annie & The Legally Jammin'

New album from Little Annie and Khan (Air Liquide & Jammin' Unit). Little Annie & The Legally Jammin' play a wild, hormone-saturated mixture of spoken song and sometimes harsh, but always swinging rhythms. 'No Wave' based on electronic beats recordings from the epicentres of pop music: New York, Mexico City and Dusseldorf. The very first weirdly choked echo gives you an idea of what kind of sound system The Legally Jammin' is, sometimes playing 'Disco Dub', sometimes 'No Wave Disco'

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Friday, October 24, 2003


Phil Freeman @ Mostly Weird, Some Normal encourages Simon Reynolds to seek out Ephel Duath and The Mars Volta as leading lights of progressive rock music in 2003.

# posted by DJ Martian 5:26 PM

Music writer, Douglas Wolk is now updating his blog frequently: Lacunae

# posted by DJ Martian 5:21 PM

BBC Collective review Plastikman - Closer

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The Psychonauts

The Psychonauts - Songs For Creatures, is released 27 October 03 on International DeeJay Gigolos

BBC Collective review Psychonauts - Songs For Creatures and also interview the The Psychonauts

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Another new music blog to check: God Bless Mr Lunch

# posted by DJ Martian 4:59 PM

eJazzNews interview ECM bassist/ composer Miroslav Vitous: Miroslav Vitous � New Sounds, New Concepts (Interview)

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Next week's new releases are reviewed @ Norman Records

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This week's Mixing It show on Radio 3 is an all CD edition: details of the Latest Playlist

>>> Broadcasted at 10.15pm Friday and available on demand anytime upto 7 days after broadcast @ Mixing It

Coming up on ...Mixing It

31 October 2003 22.15-23.30
This week Mark Russell and Robert Sandall talk to
the group Plaid.

7 November 2003 22.15-23.30
Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a unique mix of
musical styles and influences.

21 November 2003 22.15-23.30
Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a performance
from the London Jazz Festival by the Matthew Herbert Big
, which brings together live electronics and orchestral
jazz, with arrangements by Pete Wraight and vocals by Dani
Siciliano and Jamie Lidell.

28 November 2003 22.15-23.30
In their second programme from this year's London Jazz
Festival, Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a
live set by turntablist, pianist and wordsmith Kid Koala
aka Eric San in duo with DJ P Love.

5 December 2003, 10:15pm 22.15-23.30
Mark Russell and Robert Sandall talk to Radiohead's
Jonny Greenwood
about his new solo album, the soundtrack
to the film "Bodysong" for which he enlisted some of the
finest British jazz and classical musicians including
trumpeter Gerard Presencer, saxophonist Julian Arguelles
and The Emperor String Quartet.

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This week's Jazz on 3 show on Radio 3 features Jim Black's AlasNoAxis

We're not talking showtunes, bebop changes and cycles of fifths, nor are we in the realms of modal jazz, blues or fusion. There are elements of rock here - grunge to be more specific, perhaps some metal but then there are saxophone solos and passages of delicate clarinet. Add in electronic drones, mutant funk rhythms and noise and alas there is no obvious axis.

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Good to see electronic music webzine: Absorb is back.

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The 40 greatest US bands today

Yet more attention seeking, thrown together - snapshot lists from The Guardian. As The Guardian attempts to be as stupid as Spin magazine by listing their own version of the 40 greatest US bands today.

And the winner is .... The Flaming Lips

Three weeks ago we published a list of the artists who have made British rock and pop music exciting again. The response was so remarkable we've decided to repeat the exercise - with Americans. We hope you enjoy it.

The 40 greatest US bands today, part one and The 40 greatest US bands today, part two

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Pitchfork review Rachel's - Systems/Layers

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Pitchfork review Twine - Twine

Third album from this dance duo employs disembodied voices and spacious atmosphere for a disco-noir feel. From acclaimed electro label Ghostly Int'l.

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The Guardian review The Fall: The Real New Fall LP

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The Independent interview Basement Jaxx

While Andy Gill @ The Independent reviews: Basement Jaxx - Kish Kash

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The Independent interview Siouxsie Sioux: Return of the Creature

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New & Forthcoming Releases @ Music Non Stop

Some releases mentioned in the latest two Newsletters [via e-mail] from Music Non Stop

Amduscia - Melodies For The Devil - Out of Line

After more than 3 years of waiting and numerous, extremely successful compilation appearances, Germany's Out of Line Label finally announce the release of the debut full-length album by the next Mexican Industrial sensation AMDUSCIA. To quote the OOL label :
''Never before have fans have been bombarding us with requests for a new release in such an extreme way - as for this debut. We are absolutely sure, that with AMDUSCIA we signed an act, that will have a similiarly extreme and powerful impact on the electro / industrial scene, as only Hocico before ! AMDUSCIA are the second coming, the second invasion of Mexican brutality and our 'local European' acts better get prepared for this massive strike of power from the land of the Aztecs...'' - Out of Line Records

Amduscia present uncompromising Dark Electro with slight trance-influences in a danceability and harshness never heard before ! The sound reflects the abyss metropolis of Mexico ( the inspiration for ''Melodies For The Devil'' ) in which millions of people experience a daily fight for survival...An album far removed from cliche, fashion and trends ''Melodies For The Devil'' is a searing powerhouse of dark-electro drawing on personal expieriences delivered in an honest and uncompromising fashion. THE upcoming dark-electro band of the year !

Tracklisting :-
Beyond the darkness (raving mix)
Dios vuelta Miseria
Evil Song
F**king Flesh (click to listen)
Killing Mission
Melodies For The Devil
Merciless Vain Reign
Profano Tu Cruz (click to listen)
Seeing You Pray
Released 17th November 2003.

Wolfsheim - Find You're Here - Strangeways

Rather than simply remix one of the best tracks from their hit album "Casting Shadows" German synthpop giants Wolfsheim have taken the track ( "Find You're Gone" ) and completely re-recorded and overhauled it, adding brand new lyrics and new sounds to become "Find You're Here" ! The original song proved to be THE fans favourite, both Live during Wolfsheim last sold-out German Tour and has been voted as best album track on Wolfsheim's webpage. The song "Find You're Here" is based on "Find You're Gone", but the composition has been fully re-arranged, re-recorded and all new vocals have been added. The single also contains a special single-mix of "Find You're Gone" plus two live versions of "K�nstliche Welten" and "Kein Zur�ck", recorded during their most crowded show on their tour in Berlin's Arena in front of 7000 screaming fans ! The standard CD is available in a regular jewel case or digipak.
The special Limited Fan-Edition is strictly Limited to 10000 copies and comes housed in a nice fold out digi-pak containing the regular 4 track CD Single PLUS a special BONUS CD, including two special instrumental versions of the tracks ''Find You're Here'' and ''Find You're Gone'' plus exclusive video material.

Tracklisting :-
01 Find You're Here
02 Find You're Gone
03 Kein Zur�ck (live)
04 K�nstliche Welten (live)
Released 3rd November 2003

X Marks The Pedwalk - Experiences - Dying Culture

Among the truly ground-breaking bands of the early 90's - who developed and pushed the bounderies of EBM and Electro / Industrial in those days - bands such as the mighty Leatherstrip, Armageddon Dildos, Mentallo & The Fixer ( all bands signed to the legendary German Label Zoth Ommog ) stood X Marks The Pedwalk. The project of mega-talented recording artist and producer Sevren Ni-Arb, XMTP unleashed a string of absolutely classic, caustic cutting edge dancefloor assaults in the early to mid 90's - such classics as "Abattoir", "The Trap", "Cenotaph", "Paranoid Illusions", "Danger" or "Mirthless Knick Knack" burned up the dancefloors across Europe and cemented XMTP's position as true innovators, inspirators and legends amonst the electro / EBM crowds. Since then - silence - but now the Dying Culture label are set to release ""Experiences"" a mighty 'Best Of' Double Disc collection celebrating one of the true pioneers of the electro underground. Having said that "Experiences" is anything but a simple collection of old hits - Spanning 2CDs and packed in a stylish deluxe digipak, "Experiences" delivers 30 TRACKS, including 7 newly mixed and manipulated BRAND NEW UNRELEASED offerings. In truth "Experiences" is the ultimate 'must have' collection of essential and groundbreaking tracks from one of the scenes true innovators. Unmissable and essential for all electro / EBM freaks everywhere !
Full Tracklisting CD1
02.Maximum Pace
04.Missing Light Re-Edit
05.Special Sign
06.Never Look Back ( re-edit )
08.Under Glass
10.Made of Wax
11.Mirthless Knick-Knack
12.Ten Miles
13.The Trap
14.My Back ( out of order-mix )
15.Monomaniac ( Mix )

Full Tracklisting CD2
02.Sweep Hand
04.Missing Light Worldmix
07.Abattoir ( Razormaid Mix )
09.Here I Stay
10.Paranoid Illusions
11.I primise you a murder
12.No Premonition
14.Facer (short cut)
15.Arbitrary Execution.
Released 31st October 2003

Aeon - Transformed - Adv Synergy

Hailing from electro breeding ground Mexico ( Home of Hocico, Cenobita, Nerxus 8 etc ) come newcomers Aeon, delivering their debut album ''Transformed'', a hybrid mixture of depressive, introspective and experimental electro. Hard sequenced and powerfully styled slow-motion floor burners combine with whispered vocals to produce truly stunning songs combining elements of gothic, ethereal and dark electro tunes, but allways with a burning electro edge. A recommended debut from a band to watch !
Full Tracklisting :
01.Disappointment ( Rewritable Media club mix )
02.Crusade ( Nexus 8 final battle mix )
03.Without a LIght ( isenngard dark realm mix )
04.Breathing ( DJ Durden oxigenated mix )
05.Alone ( De_constructed apended mix )
06.Crusade ( Arpa de Aura orchestral mix )
07.Disappointment ( Acaena Eterna ethereal mix )
08.Fracture ( Venera introspective mix )
09.Without a Light ( Cyclic Delusion deep inside mix )
10.Storm Coming ( Evassive stand mix )
Released 21st October 2003.

The Azoic - Conflict EP - Nilaihah

Outstanding US electro act The Azoic return with the ( super long ) "Conflict EP" featuring 8 remixes of the title track ( with contributions from COMBICHRIST, IRIS, IMPERATIVE REACTION, NEGATIVE FORMAT, MASSIV IN MENSCH and SYSTEM SYN ) plus an amazing multimedia video of this dance-floor hit and bonus photo-material ! The "Conflict EP" features styles ranging from dance to EBM to trance, power-noise and synth-pop. New album due in early 2004 !
Released 21st October 2003.

China Touch - Bring Out The Dead - Pandaimonium

Combining the melencholy synthpop-wave of the 80's with the sounds and beats of todays dancefloors, German based Synth-Pop band CHINA TOUCH deliver more than 40 minutes of superb and infectious dancefloor synthpop ( comparable to Boytronic in parts ).
Full Tracklisting :
01.Over The Years
02.Golden Land
04.Sometimes In The Evening
05.Over The Years ( Dark Zone Mix )
06.Golden Land ( China Tekk Mix )
07.Hunted ( Impressions Of Winter Remix )
08.Sometimes In The Evening ( Big M Remix )
09.Running ( Live )
Released 3rd November 2003.

China Touch - I'm Not Sure - Pandaimonium CDS

EP album from German synthpop outfit China Touch. "Im Not Sure" delivers 7 tracks of 80's tinged electro pop. Included are 3 versions of the title track ( a radiomix, a special remix by Bruno Kramm of DAS ICH and a video-track ) plus 4 more tracks ( including a great cover of Joy Division anthem "Love Will Tear Us Apart" ).
Released 27th October 2003.

The Cure - Greatest Hits Deluxe Set - Polydor 2CD + DVD

"The Cure "Greatest Hits Deluxe Set" includes a 2CD anthology of their Greatest Hits PLUS a 24 track DVD which features promo videos, extras ( acoustic hits ), weblinks and 3 BONUS hidden videos ! A must for fans and collectors like.
Full Tracklisting :
Disc : 1
01 Boys Don't Cry
02 A Forest
03 Let's Go To Bed
04 The Walk
05 The Lovecats
06 In Between Days
07 Close To Me
08 Why Can't I Be You?
09 Just Like Heaven
10 Lullaby
11 Lovesong
12 Never Enough
13 High
14 Friday I'm In Love
15 Mint Car
16 Wrong Number
17 Cut Here
18 Just Say Yes

Full Tracklisting :
Disc : 2
01. Boy's Don't Cry ( Acoustic Version )
02. A Forest ( Acoustic Version )
03. Let's Go To Bed ( Acoustic Version )
04. The Walk ( Acoustic Version )
05. The Lovecats ( Acoustic Version )
06. Inbetween Days ( Acoustic Version )
07. Close To Me ( Acoustic Version )
08. Why Can't I Be You ( Acoustic Version )
09. Just Like Heaven ( Acoustic Version )
10. Lullaby ( Acoustic Version )
11. Love Song ( Acoustic Version )
12. Never Enough ( Acoustic Version )
13. High ( Acoustic Version )
14. Friday I'm In Love ( Acoustic Version )
15. Mint Car ( Acoustic Version )
16. Wrong Number ( Acoustic Version )
17. Cut Here ( Acoustic Version )
18. Just Say Yes ( Acoustic Version )

Full Tracklisting :
Disc : 3
01 Boys Don't Cry ( DVD )
02 A Forest ( DVD )
03 Let's Go To Bed ( DVD )
04 The Walk ( DVD )
05 The Lovecats ( DVD )
06 In Between Days ( DVD )
07 Close To Me ( DVD )
08 Why Can't I Be You? ( DVD )
09 Just Like Heaven ( DVD )
10 Lullaby ( DVD )
11 Lovesong ( DVD )
12 Never Enough ( DVD )
13 High ( DVD )
14 Friday I'm In Love ( DVD )
15 Mint Car ( DVD )
16 Wrong Number ( DVD )
17 Cut Here ( DVD )
18 Just Say Yes ( DVD )
19 A Forest ( Bonus Track )
20 The Lovecats ( Bonus Track )
21 Close To Me ( Bonus Track )
22 Lullaby ( Bonus Track )
23 Friday I'm In Love ( Bonus Track )
24 Just Say Yes ( Bonus Track )
Released 03rd November 2003.

Legendary Pink Dots - A Guide To Volume 2 - Psychedelic Classics & Rarities Big Blue 3CD

A Guide To.Volume 2 - Psychedelic Classics & Rarities" finally gets released as a stunning triple CD package containing 2 audio and 1 multi-media CD's packaged in a beautiful Digipak ! Disc One contains a collection of their most famous psychedelic hits ( "Waiting For The Cloud", "Grain Kings", "Citadel", "Green Gang", "Princess Coldheart" and many others ) while Disc two brings together rare material plus an exclusive, unreleased concert from Poznan, Poland in 1996. Finally Disc Three contains video material, interviews, clips, live gigs, archive material and much more.
Released 10th November 2003.

Optical Frequence - Light Remix - Adv Synergy

Once again from Mexico ( home of hard edged electro / industrial it would seem ) come new discoveries Optical frequence. Hailing from Guadalajara the band take influences from acts such as Assemblage 23 and Covenant ( sometimes with a harder, darker touch ) and twist them into their own unique sound. "Light Remix" contains 5 very different versions of the title track with remixes from Nexus 8, Rewriteable Media and Sweden's 8khzMono, plus two EXCLUSIVE tracks. Released 21st October 2003.

Tactical Sekt - Burn Process - Black Rain

After their successfull debut album "Geneticide" the new EP "Burn Process" is Tactical Sekt's ( side project of ASLAN FACTION ) next dancefloor attack. Massive large scaled bass drums collide with Techno influenced melodies to create a catchy, immediately infective sound. Includes contributory remixes from top scene names Haujobb, [:SITD:], Solitary Experiments as well as DJ Rex Arkana ( Bruderschaft ). In total 72 minutes and 12 tracks of all new material essential for all fans of Aslan faction, Suicide Commando etc...
Full Tracklisting :
01. Burn Process
02. Soulless
03. Uncivil Liberties
04. Forgot to be human
05. Devils work
06.The Hanging garden
07. Xfixiation
08. Xfixication ( Myer burns the dancefloor remix by Haujobb )
09. Devils work ( Accuser remix by Solitary Experiments )
10. Damage Limitation ( Limited suffering remix by DJ Rexx Arkana / Bruderschaft )
11. Xfixication ( Hellfire remix by [:SITD:] )
12. Burn Process ( Destruction remix by Reality )
Released 3rd November 2003.

Theatres Des Vampires - Vampyrisme - Beyond Productions

The songs from the very first ultra-rare album of the band - completely RE-RECORDED by the actual line-up, to produce a totally brand new release including Four previously unavailable Bonus-Tracks ! "Vampyrisme" presents a perfect mixture of Gothic elements, filled with Dark and Black atmospheres, touches of Sin and Lust and the beautiful voice of Scarlet ( female and backing vocals ). Imagine Cradle of Filth meets Christian Death meets Inkubus Sukkubus ! Featuring Gian Pyras ( ex-Cradle of Filth, now in Christian Death and Extreme Noise Terror ) as special guest on guitars and Valor ( Christian Death ) ever present on the new interpretation of the legendary Christian Death song "Lacrima Christi".

Converter - Exit Ritual - Ant-Zen

FINALLY ! "Exit Ritual" is the sensational comeback from one of the top acts on the Ant-Zen label. After the rhythmic noise of "Shock Front" and the dark ambient stylings of "Blast Furnace", Converter unleash "Exit Ritual" - a desolate, threatening aural universe populated with nightmarish sound injections, power noise, dark moods and slowed down distorted beats - echoing back to the dawn of industrial music ; For example "In Ruins..." captivates with punching, slow loops and harsh metallic clashes. Interspersed with atmosperic doses of death industrial, deep drones and foggish vocal samples - "Exit Ritual" takes the listener on a hard and fast journey into the uncharted nether regions and outer limits of power / ambient electronica. A truly unique, original and unmissable listening expierience...
Released 03rd November 2003.

Gridlock - Formless - Hymen

"Formless", Gridlock's fourth album and first full-length for the Hymen label, is as far away from the acrid, slight world of plug -ins and software music as you could possibly get. Full of lush melodies and luscious analog warmth, "Formless" summons from the depths of human emotion a musical epic that touches upon the gravest recesses of memory. The epic begins with "Pallid's" heavy mood, a product of forceful noise structures pounding through an idyllic synth melody - setting the stage for "Formless" central theme of emotional catharsis borne out through conflicting sonic textures. Fans of L'usine ICL will find the cavernous expanses of "Return" and "Song23" an aural feast, filled with harmonies shaped as much by stereo imaging and time delay as they are by intuitive chord progressions. Things become more contentious on "Chrometaphor" and "Scratch," where Gridlock's penchant for fractured beat textures and disco-mutated rhythms rush "Formless" into a more agitated finale. "Displacement" forges archetypal hip-hop rhythms into a mindful industrial chant, while the emotional thrust of "The 8th Winter" and "Atomontage" withers into a sepulchral dirge, "Done Processing. Awesome and recommended electronic listening.
Released 03rd November 2003.

Diskonnekted - Jesus Raves - Dying Culture

Belgian newcomers Diskonnekted produce thundering alternative dance music ranging from tight EBM structures with huge rhythms and beats to deep trance infected workouts. Laced with electro-influences and progressive tech-house arrangements "Jesus Raves" delivers a fresh combination of killer electro tunes aimed squarely at the dancefloor.
Full Tracklisting :
01. Personal Demon (click to listen)
02. Nailed
03. Bulletproof (click to listen)
04. Beat Addicted
05. Kill Your Honey (click to listen)
06. Fake (click to listen)
07. Ice
08. Out Of This World (click to listen)
09. Eternal (click to listen)
010. Already Lost (click to listen)
Released 10th November 2003.

Adjacency Pair - Same - Hyment

Brand new Electronica project on the HANDS label ( Adjacency Pair is the pseudonym of two very well known electronic artists ) - their debut splices crisp, floating electronic rhythms with sperical analogue / digital sounds to hypnotic effect...Another fine discovery from Germany's most prestigious Industrial label. Presented in a beautifull Hands digi-pak. Released 04th November 2003.

The Gathering - Monsters - Psychonaut Records

A re-mix ep of the song "Monsters" taken from the Gatherings recent "Souvenirs" album. Features a radio edit and four radical reworkings. The EP also includes over 30 mins of video footage from concerts and interviews. Released 03rd November 2003.

In Mitra Medusa Inr - Darkness Between Us - Apollyon

Brand new 10 track album from In Mitra Medusa Inri, "Darkness Between Us" conjures a world of full despair, longing, rage and sorrow comparable to JOY DIVISON, NEW ORDER and THE CURE. A heartfelt journey to touch the soul. Produced by O. M�ller ( S. I. T. D., Cyber Axis, Megadump ). As a bonus, the first copies of this CD contain two video tracks ( for Mac / PC ) and an exclusive remix from MEGADUMP !
Full Tracklisting :
01. Darkness Between Us
02. Sometimes
03. Stars
04. You Came From The Sun
05. Never Sharing
06. Traces Of The Night
07. Do You Call That Human
08. Swimming Overseas
09. Disappointment Remains
10. If I Could Loose Myself In The Color
11. Darkness Between Us ( Deep Frozen Mix by MEGADUMP )
12. Do You Call That Human ( video )
13. Driving, Sleeping, Waiting, Playing ( video )
Released 07th November 2003.

Joy Division - Special Edition Box Set Ltd BOX SET

Limited to only 3000 copies worldwide, this specially produced collectors edition limited and individually numbered box set is the ultimate addition to any Joy Division fans collection. Each box is numbered and is one of only 3000 produced worldwide and contains :
01.Preston Live CD
02.Bains Douche Live CD
03.Paradiso ( Live Amsterdam 11th January 1980 - Complete 75 minute show ) EXCLUSIVE TO THIS BOX SET
04.Limited Edition Black T-Shirt EXCLUSIVE TO THIS BOX SET
05.Reproduction Bains Douche tour poster EXCLUSIVE TO THIS BOX SET
Released 17th November 2003.

Magwheels & Stone Glass Steel - Pane - Ad Noiseam

For their second album on the Ad Noiseam label, David Sullivan ( magwheels ) teams up with industrial icon Phil Easter ( stone glass steel ) and presents a musical dialogue for guitars, noise pedals and samplers. Sullivan's new work, 7 tracks gathered under the title "the only window is so high up", shows his skill at mixing post rock guitars and dense, dusty noise taken to another level. Drawing the best elements from his past rock and electronic projects, Sullivan brings together here again a delicate, lush work made to summon emotion and beauty. But "pane" is not over yet. Closing the CD are 40 minutes of reconstruction of the whole magwheels discography by Stone Glass Steel. These pieces, "the last rays of sunlight paint fire on the window" is the first Stone Glass Steel material to be released on CD since the 1993 cult album "Industrial icon". Phil Easter dived into every piece of music recorded by magwheels in order to conjugate Sullivan's work with his own ideas. Easter describes the result as the soundtrack to the sunset coming over the beach at Cardiff. A subdued, minimal first track conveys the sunset, while a noisier one represents the coming of night. The meeting point between Magwheels's fresh approach to composition and Stone Glass Steel's experience and talent, "Pane" intends to show that industrial music is not to be confined to a specific audience, but can appeal to anybody in search of a moving and refreshing sound.
Released 04th November 2003.

Marc Almond - Heart On Snow - XIII Bis

"Heart Of Snow" is the thirteenth album from ex-Soft Cell UK alternative singer / songwriter Marc Almond. This European only Limited Edition comes with a full colour 40 page booklet.
Released 03rd November 2003.

Monolith - Sub-System - Daft

"Sub System" is the sensational new album from MONOLITH, the project of Eric Van Wonterghem ( Sonar, Absolute Body Control, Klinik, Insekt). This new album by the Belgian Electro Wizzard features guest appearances from Johan Van Roy ( SUICIDE COMMANDO ) and Dirk Ivens ( DIVE ) contributing to yet another electro / industrial masterpiece full rhythmic soundscapes, danceable, hypnotic tribal beats and full on electronic danse / industrial tracks. Highly recommended !
Released 10th November 2003.

Propaganda - The Video Collection - Repetoire DVD

Brand new DVD compilation from classic 80's electro-pop band Propaganda. Features videos and live performances of all their hits !
Full Tracklisting :
01 Dr. Mabuse ( V1 )
02 Duel ( V1 )
03 P-Machinery
04 Dr. Mabuse ( V2 )
05 Duel ( V2 )
06 Dr. Mabuse ( TV Commercial )
07 Duel ( TV Commercial )
08 Dream Within A Dream ( Live )
09 Dr. Mabuse ( Live )
10 Duel ( Live )
11 P-Machinery ( Live )
PAL. Region 0 ( Region Free )
Released 10th November 2003.

Seabound - Contact - Dependent CDS

At long last, 24th November will see the eagerly awaited brand new single from electro-pop heroes Seabound. "Contact" offers their first new material in two years and heralds the arrival of their brand new album due early 2004. "Contact" features outstanding remixes courtesy of top scene names ASSEMBLAGE 23, HAUJOBB and Eskil Simonsson of COVENANT.
Full Tracklisting :
02.Contact ( Remix By Haujobb )
04.Contact ( Remix By Assemblage 23 )
05.Torn ( Remix By Eskil Simonsson )
Released 24th November 2003.

Sona Eact - Chrome Injected Car Crash Rhythm Boxx - Pro Noize

From belgium HYPNOSKULL side project SONA EACT return with their long delayed and eagerly expected third album. " Chrome Injected..." delivers 14 quality tracks of music for industrial clubbers - finest computer muzik industrial, powerful, original and extremely danceable ! Released 04th November 2003.

Various Artists / Schattenreich 2CD Gun Supersonic

From German Darkwave music channel "Schattenreich" come this outstanding 2CD compilation of essential hit tracks from across all of the big names within the electro / Goth and Darkwave scenes.
Full Tracklisting CD 1 :
01) Wolfsheim - Kein Zuruck
02) Dave Gahan - Dirty Sticky Floors
03) Camouflage - Me & You
04) ALICE 2 featuring P.Heppner - In My Life
05) Phillip Boa & The Voodooclub - Slipstream
06) Martin L. Gore - Stardust
07) Apocalyptica featuring Linda - Faraway Vol. 2
08) L'ame Immortelle - Aus den Ruinen
09) Covenant - Call The Ships To Port
10) VNV Nation - Beloved
11) Blutengel - Vampire Romance
12) Lacrimosa - Stolzes Herz
13) Killing Joke - Loose Cannon
14) Paradise Lost - Erased
15) Type O Negative - I Don t Wanna Be Me
16) Oomph! - Dein Feuer
17) The 69 Eyes - Dance d'Amour
18) Black Milk - If The Gods ( May Know Your Name )
19) HIM - The Funeral Of Hearts
Full Tracklisting CD 2 :
01) Within Temptation - Ice Queen
02) Nightwish - Sleeping Sun
03) Cradle Of Filth - Babalon A.D. ( So Glad For The Madness )
04) Lacuna Coil - Heaven s A Lie
05) Escape With Romeo - Somebody
06) Deine Lakaien - Generators
07) Apoptygma Berzerk - Kathy s Song ( Victoria Mix by VNV Nation )
08) And One - Krieger
09) Terminal Choice - Totes Fleisch ( Final Mix )
10) Laibach - Tanz mit Laibach
11) 2raumwohnung - Wir trafen uns in einem Garten ( mit Max )
12) Welle Erdball - 1000 wei_e Lilien
13) Tanzwut - Meer
14) Schandmaul - Walpurgisnacht
15) In Extremo - Kiss Mich
Released 03rd November 2003.

Xanopticon - Liminal Space - Hymen

"Liminal Space", Xanopticon's debut album for Hymen records, centers around micrometer-sized sound snippets placed one -by-one in perfect order, creating a mesmerizing tonal inbalance. Comparable to Venetian Snares and Somatic Responses where accelerated industrial basslines mix with metallic soundscapes, dramatic synth overtones and delicate beat structures.
Released 03rd November 2003.

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2006 Albums: 2006 Albums - DJ Martian 2006 Summer Albums 2006 Autumn Albums 2006 Music: a2006 b2006 m2006 r2006
2007 Albums: 2007 Albums - DJ Martian 2007 Summer Albums 2007 Autumn Albums
2007 Music RYM Top Albums 2007 RYM 2007 New users 2007 Lists 2007 Album Reviews: a2007 Music 2007: b2007 m2007 Release Info 2007: r2007
2008 Albums: 2008 Albums - DJ Martian 2008 Additions 2008 Spring Albums 2008 Summer Albums
2008 Music RYM Top Albums 2008 RYM 2008 New users 2008 Lists 2008 Album Reviews: a2008 Music 2008: b2008 m2008 Release Info 2008: r2008

2008 Best Music Links New 2008 Lists: updates: b2008 2008music_links Bookmarks Largehearted Boy: 2008 Year-End Online Music Lists Largehearted Boy: Updates 2008 Archives 2008 Lists - Music More Lists: Acclaimed Music Forum Albums of the Year (2008) 2008's Top 10 Jazz Recordings Collated Rankings: Metacritic: Best Albums of 2008 2008 Most Popular Music Albums [Prog Archives] Top 1000 Albums of 2008 - Rate Your Music Top 1000 EPs of 2008 - Rate Your Music Esoteric 1000 Albums of 2008 - Rate Your Music [Highly rated by a small number of users] Meta Ranking Updates: BEST ALBUMS OF 2008: MEGA-CRITIC : Best Reviewed Albums Of 2008 Others: Basement Galaxy The Best Albums of 2008. Dusted Features [ End of the Year: 2008 ] fast 'n' bulbous Fester's Lucky 13: The Best Albums of 2008 Tom Hull - Music Year 2008 Top 10s for 2008: It's a Trap! Best of 2008: livejournal PopMatters Picks: The Best Music of 2008

2009 Albums: 2009 Albums - DJ Martian - 2009 Music Lists
2009 Music RYM Top Albums 2009 - RYM 2009 New - users 2009 Lists
2009 Album Reviews: a2009 Music 2009: b2009 m2009 Release Info 2009: r2009

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New & Forthcoming Music - Listings [More Links: bookmarks tagged: forthcoming
AOTY - Upcoming Album Releases Upcoming Releases | Consequence of Sound The 405 - Album Release Schedule Upcoming Album Releases - Metacritic This is Corrosion Upcoming Jazz Release Center
Metal: Metal Storm - Upcoming Releases

UK Music Distributors: Cargo Kudos Shellshock Southern
UK Online Music Stores: Coming Soon/ Pre-Orders Boomkat Norman Records: Pre-ordering
US Online Music Stores: Coming Soon/ Pre-Orders Darla Forced Exposure Insound Siren Disc Future Releases

New Releases/ This Week [UK Music Stores] Boomkat Juno Records The Norman Records Weekly Update Piccadilly Records Rough Trade
New Releases/ This Week [US Music Stores] Aquarius Records Darla - New This Week Dusty Groove EAR/ Rational Music Forced Exposure Insound Midheaven - New Releases Other Music Other Music - New Release Updates Stinkweeds

using 2014 Album Releases [Updated Regularly] This information is updated on a continual basis.


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Music Discussion: Diverse/Eclectic: ILM Rate Your Music - General UK Based General/Rock: MOJO Message Boards Rock Lists: Acclaimed Music Forums Ambient/ Berlin School of EM/ Space Music: Hypnos Forum Avant: Bagatellen Dubstep: Dubstep Forum Electronic: Dissensus We Are The Music Makers Forums Jazz: All About Jazz Bulletin Board Jungle/ Drum N Bass: DOA: Dogs on Acid Metal: .: Metal Storm - Forum Ultimate Metal Forum Progressive Rock: Progressive Ears * Progressive Rock Forum Shoegaze: shoegaze forum

BBC Music: BBC Music BBC Music - Listen BBC Introducing BBC Radio Radio 1 Radio 2 Radio 3 1Xtra 6 Music

Radio: UK: Radioplayer | UK radio in one place. Amazing Radio Chart « Amazing Radio Playlist « Amazing Radio Schedule « Amazing Radio DeadAir128 dirtyradio | music worth hearing Fluid Radio - Experimental Frequencies Jazz FM NTS RADIO Rinse FM Radio Magnetic Resonance104.4fm TotalRock Radio XFM London Ireland: RTÉ 2fm TX FM Radio Player Italy: Listen « PIG Radio USA: Cathedral 13 Links: Radionomy SHOUTcast Radio

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Electronic Igloo textura
Experimental: a closer listen | A home for instrumental and experimental music. Avant Music News Brainwashed Cyclic Defrost Freq Headphone Commute Heathen Harvest 2.1 | Illuminating the Post-Industrial Underground Paris Transatlantic Sound and Music | We are sound The Squid's Ear Terrascope Online The Wire
Gothic: net goth org UK
Industrial / Synth Pop: Release Music Magazine Side-Line
Jazz: All About Jazz: News All About Jazz Dalston Sound | A music blog Free Jazz The Jazz Mann JJA News » Insights and updates from the Jazz Journalists Association Jazzwise Magazine LondonJazz Polish-Jazz BBC Radio 3 - Jazz on 3 Jazz Music Archives Crazy Jazz
Metal: Apeshit Blabbermouth BW & BK Decibel Magazine INVISIBLE ORANGES - THE METAL BLOG: MetalBite Metal Hammer The Metal Observer Metal Storm MetalSucks Terrorizer
Music Reviews - Metal Chronicles of Chaos Metal Invader Metal Reviews Metal Storm - Reviews

Canada Based Music Websites Cokemachineglow .
Ireland The Last Mixed Tape Nialler9 State Magazine
Other European Based Music Websites: Chain D.L.K. Cool Music Central KindaMuzik Musique Machine
Scandinavian Music: It's a trap! Music Norway EN Nö MUSIC

London Centric: Delta 9 hyponik Prog rock and avant-garde gigs in London Promoters: Eat Your Own Ears ICA London Musicians Collective Lumin no.signal

UK Based Music Websites: The Afterword - Barcode - Bearded Magazine - Clash Music - CMU Daily - Music | Dazed - DIY - Drowned in Sound - Dummy - Echoes And Dust - FACT magazine: - GIGWISE - The Guardian - Music - Guardian blog - music - The Independent | Music - Kerrang! - themilkfactory - Louder Than War - MOJO - MusicOMH - Music Tank - Music Week - No Ripcord - Record of the Day - - SoundsXP - SUBBA CULTCHA - TLOBF.COM - Uncut - Xfm
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