Category: Alternative

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  • Meztitaur
    Man and machine – a perfect summation of the Kraftwerk genius, delivered perfectly on this classic late 70s set! The album's got a bit more punch than some of their previous efforts – almost a not towards the dancefloor at times, yet hardly the disco you'd get from other groups of the period – and more a prefiguring of the sounds of the future from various UK and European sources!
  • Arazragore
    In , Sonic Youth began releasing mostly instrumental experimental noise explorations and workouts as the SYR Series. Originally available only on vinyl, most contain a few lengthy tracks, a working theme and guest artists. Suffice to say, the improvisational element makes these discs inherently hit and miss.
  • Tukora
    When New Order began recording its second album, Power, Corruption & Lies — a landmark album of danceable, post-punk music — late in , it wasn't a band but a mere shadow of Joy Division.
  • Dat
    Review: It's not often you come across an artist you can genuinely refer to as a 'cult legend', but Vashti Bunyan is truly that.A full 35 years on from her only previous album, the singer returns with her first new solo work, a breathtakingly beautiful album. Now based in Edinburgh, Vashti's story tells of the thwarted promise of early fame, disenchantment, long-term exile and eventual.
  • Goltishura
    Sonic Atmospheres ('85) (LP & CD) - NAD/Unicorn Digital Demonstration Record: Sounds of Musical Instruments, Unicorn UNS D (UK) ('81) (LP) A joint venture product of NAD and Unicorn "to provide musical enjoyment" and "to provide an accurate sound source for critical evaluation of sound-reproducing equipment". Contains Unicorn recording.
  • Faekora
    MOONSONGS was released in on cassette only on the Endemic label and then the following year on vinyl LOP on Dead Man’s Curve Records. The album has never seen another release in its own right but together with the debut “A Thinking Plague,” has been remastered and released in its entirety on the twofer compilation “Early Plague.
  • Kigalar
    Emotional Response round up all the releases to date from young Swedish geniuses Isotope Soap on one grey-coloured vinyl album. Monitored By Zu Tse includes the band’s debut mini-LP, on top of two 7” EPs that are only available in their native country, to make for a fascinating track document.
  • Gujinn
    Jul 01,  · Deep, dark, dubby, ambient mutant from Tindall, Keys & Lee on the late/great legend Andrew Weatherall's Emissions Echoic label. Is ‎– Is The Queen Electronic? Label: Emissions Echoic.

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