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album cover FORENSICS Things To Do When You Should Be Dead Anyway (Magic Bullet) lp 9.98
Now available on vinyl. Packaged in a super deluxe woodcut looking chip board sleeve!
This record is so Aquarius it almost feels like they made it just for us. And you of course! Taking all sorts of crazy stuff that we love and stuffing it all into a single band. Ostensibly, Forensics are a metal band, a really heavy, metal band. But their peculiar brand of metal includes, extended hypnotic bass-heavy post rock work outs, dreamy dark ambience, full on fuzzed out stoner rawk (think Boris' Heavy Rocks), crushing minimal sludge and mathy spazz rock. But somehow it all fits together perfectly. Like Neurosis, Godspeed You Black Emperor, Codeine, Bastro, Dazzling Killmen and Old Man Gloom all got together to jam, and this is what came out. Super dramatic and epic, lengthy super repetitive jams that give way to squalls of metallic fury that then give away to creeping minor key slowcore. Chaotic bursts of grinding spastic metal bookended by Slint-ish hypnorock. Huge blackened slabs of glacial riffage that decay into pulsing minimal krautrock. A massive, crushingly heavy, emotionally compelling cinematic soundscape. I swear if I was a film maker I would be getting bands like this to score my films for sure. Features members of Burning Airlines, Corn On Macabre, Pg.99, Trial By Fire, and Waiffle.
MPEG Stream: "Sidewinder Passage"
MPEG Stream: "Did You See What God Just Did To Us, Man?"
MPEG Stream: "Circling Bloody Animal Tracks"

FOREST Forest / Full Circle (BGO) 2cd 17.98
A release we've had before, but not for a while, 'cause it's been hard to get -- but recently Allan & several of his friends really really got into Forest, so he managed to track down and order a bunch (though, probably not enough...).
This double cd contains Forest's entire output -- two albums, one from 1969 and one from 1970 -- and should definitely be of interest to anyone into that whole '60s British folk-psych vibe. Y'know, if you liked the Tony, Caro & John or Fairport Convention reissues we've recently listed, or dig that excellent current interpreter of the genre, P.G. Six (or that other modern psych-folkster guy, Greg Weeks, who is heavily into Forest).
Forest were a trio of hippie musicians (Martin, Dez, and Adrian) from the town of Walesby in Lincolnshire. All three of 'em are responsible for the quite excellent male vocals that help make these albums the amazing lost treasures they are, along with their strong songwriting, and their adept and varied instrumental backing (mostly acoustic, with guitars, harmonium, mandolin, pipes, cello, electric harpsichord, organ, percussion, etc.). Their vocal harmonies recall the folkish stuff on those great early Wishbone Ash albums. Their songs and lyrics are rural, pastoral, lovely -- with titles like "A Glade Somewhere", "Rain Is On My Balcony", "Bluebell Dance", "Lovemaker's Ways" -- and darker too ("The Midnight Hanging Of A Runaway Serf", "Famine Song", "Graveyard"). But, while 'folky,' this is by no means trad folk; they are down with prog rock moves that remind us as much of Pink Floyd as the Incredible String Band. They can be sunshiney and twee a la Tyrannosaurus Rex, but also have a pagan, dark aspect as we said, coming pretty close to Comus territory at times (with the song "Fading Light", for one). Yep, 'folky' but not folk -- the ruined castles and fairy folk that inhabit the forests and fields of Forest's world exist, shadow-like, in the present day (well, Forest's England of thirty years ago), so it's not surprising when a song like "Hawk The Hawker" has kind of a Lou Reed/VU vibe, for instance. Their music is informed by the ancient British ballads, but you can tell that Martin, Dez, and Adrian were three young long hairs sleeping in a van, no matter how idyllic their songs sometimes sound.
This double cd reissue includes John Peel's original liner notes from the first album -- they're quite silly, but accurate at least in his closing comment "It would be nice for the Forest if you purchased these results of their lives and labours -- but nicer still for you." Definitely one of those "this is SO good why didn't these guys get famous??!" listens.
RealAudio clip: "A Glade Somewhere"
RealAudio clip: "Fading Light"
RealAudio clip: "Gypsy Girl & Rambleaway"
RealAudio clip: "Graveyard "

album cover FOREST s/t (Radioactive) cd 17.98
THIS IS CURRENTLY OUT OF PRINT OR OTHERWISE UNAVAILABLE TO US AT THE MOMENT, SO PLEASE DO NOT ORDER IT. SORRY.
The time is definitely right for this ('though, *any* time would be right for this since it's such a great album). The whole acid-folk revival of which we're sure you're aware -- heck we've done our part to plug albums by Six Organs Of Admittance, Skygreen Leopards, Espers, P.G. Six, Tower Recordings, and the like -- of course owes a lot to the genuine old timey hippie British acoustic psychedelic folk scene back in the '60s and '70s. Originators like the Incredible String Band and Tyrannosaurus Rex and Fairport Convention... and Forest. Who were never a famous band, but definitely cult favorites. And AQ favorites. So we're happy that at long last this is back in stock. Actually when we reviewed this before, it was with Forest's second album Full Circle as a double cd two-fer. But now it's been re-re-issued as it's own cd (with Full Circle to follow later on), remastered at Abbey Road where it was originally recorded back in 1969, with the participation of former Forest-er Martin Welham. And no longer being packaged as two-fer means the wonderfully pagan cover art gets the whole front of the cd booklet instead of appearing thumbnail-sized!
Forest were a trio of hippie musicians (Martin, Dez, and Adrian) from the town of Walesby in Lincolnshire. All three of 'em are responsible for the quite excellent male vocals that help make their albums the amazing lost treasures they are, along with their strong songwriting, and their adept and varied instrumental backing (mostly acoustic, with guitars, harmonium, mandolin, pipes, cello, electric harpsichord, organ, percussion, etc.). Their vocal harmonies recall the folkish stuff on those great early Wishbone Ash albums. Their songs and lyrics are rural, pastoral, lovely -- with titles (we're gonna mention tracks from both of their albums here) like "A Glade Somewhere", "Rain Is On My Balcony", "Bluebell Dance", "Lovemaker's Ways" -- and darker too ("The Midnight Hanging Of A Runaway Serf", "Famine Song", "Graveyard"). But, while 'folky,' this is by no means trad folk; they are down with prog rock moves that remind us as much of Pink Floyd as the Incredible String Band. They can be sunshiney and twee a la Tyrannosaurus Rex, but also have a pagan, dark aspect as we said, coming pretty close to Comus territory at times (with the song "Fading Light", for one). Yep, 'folky' but not folk -- the ruined castles and fairy folk that inhabit the forests and fields of Forest's world exist, shadow-like, in the present day (well, Forest's England of thirty years ago), so it's not surprising when a song like "Hawk The Hawker" has kind of a Lou Reed/VU vibe, for instance. Their music is informed by the ancient British ballads, but you can tell that Martin, Dez, and Adrian were three young long hairs sleeping in a van, no matter how idyllic their songs sometimes sound.
This reissue boast new liner notes and photos, but also still includes John Peel's original liner notes from the first album -- they're quite silly, but accurate at least in his closing comment "It would be nice for the Forest if you purchased these results of their lives and labours -- but nicer still for you." Definitely one of those "this is SO good why didn't these guys get famous??!" listens. We look forward to bringing you the reissue of their other, equally essential album Full Circle (1970) when it too gets reissued, and we also hear that vinyl is in the works. Plus, we've heard from Martin Welham himself that not only are there plans for the release of some vintage live Forest recordings on another UK label hopefully sometime in the next year, he also has a *new* band called The Story who'll be putting out a record soon, and also doing a split LP with none other than Santa Cruz folksters Whysp this summer. So lots of excitement for Forest fans for sure -- get this and become one.
MPEG Stream: "A Glade Somewhere"
MPEG Stream: "Fading Light"
MPEG Stream: "Do You Want Some Smoke?"

album cover FOREST s/t (Phoenix) cd 17.98
This has been out of print for a while, but now has been re-reissued by another label. We're happy 'cause Forest is an all-time fave 'round here, as British acid folk rock albums go. Here's the review we wrote a few years back about the previous edition:
The time is definitely right for this ('though, *any* time would be right for this since it's such a great album). The whole acid-folk revival of which we're sure you're aware -- heck we've done our part to plug albums by Six Organs Of Admittance, Skygreen Leopards, Espers, P.G. Six, Tower Recordings, and the like -- of course owes a lot to the genuine old timey hippie British acoustic psychedelic folk scene back in the '60s and '70s. Originators like the Incredible String Band and Tyrannosaurus Rex and Fairport Convention... and Forest. Who were never a famous band, but definitely cult favorites. And AQ favorites. So we're happy that at long last this is back in stock. Actually when we reviewed this before, it was with Forest's second album Full Circle as a double cd two-fer. But now it's been re-re-issued as it's own cd (with Full Circle to follow later on), remastered at Abbey Road where it was originally recorded back in 1969, with the participation of former Forest-er Martin Welham. And no longer being packaged as two-fer means the wonderfully pagan cover art gets the whole front of the cd booklet instead of appearing thumbnail-sized!
Forest were a trio of hippie musicians (Martin, Dez, and Adrian) from the town of Walesby in Lincolnshire. All three of 'em are responsible for the quite excellent male vocals that help make their albums the amazing lost treasures they are, along with their strong songwriting, and their adept and varied instrumental backing (mostly acoustic, with guitars, harmonium, mandolin, pipes, cello, electric harpsichord, organ, percussion, etc.). Their vocal harmonies recall the folkish stuff on those great early Wishbone Ash albums. Their songs and lyrics are rural, pastoral, lovely -- with titles (we're gonna mention tracks from both of their albums here) like "A Glade Somewhere", "Rain Is On My Balcony", "Bluebell Dance", "Lovemaker's Ways" -- and darker too ("The Midnight Hanging Of A Runaway Serf", "Famine Song", "Graveyard"). But, while 'folky,' this is by no means trad folk; they are down with prog rock moves that remind us as much of Pink Floyd as the Incredible String Band. They can be sunshiney and twee a la Tyrannosaurus Rex, but also have a pagan, dark aspect as we said, coming pretty close to Comus territory at times (with the song "Fading Light", for one). Yep, 'folky' but not folk -- the ruined castles and fairy folk that inhabit the forests and fields of Forest's world exist, shadow-like, in the present day (well, Forest's England of thirty years ago), so it's not surprising when a song like "Hawk The Hawker" has kind of a Lou Reed/VU vibe, for instance. Their music is informed by the ancient British ballads, but you can tell that Martin, Dez, and Adrian were three young long hairs sleeping in a van, no matter how idyllic their songs sometimes sound.
This reissue boast new liner notes and photos, but also still includes John Peel's original liner notes from the first album -- they're quite silly, but accurate at least in his closing comment "It would be nice for the Forest if you purchased these results of their lives and labours -- but nicer still for you." Definitely one of those "this is SO good why didn't these guys get famous??!" listens. We look forward to bringing you the reissue of their other, equally essential album Full Circle (1970) when it too gets reissued, and we also hear that vinyl is in the works. Plus, we've heard from Martin Welham himself that not only are there plans for the release of some vintage live Forest recordings on another UK label hopefully sometime in the next year, he also has a *new* band called The Story who'll be putting out a record soon [2008 update: The Story has 2 records by now, and they're both great], and also doing a split LP with none other than Santa Cruz folksters Whysp this summer. So lots of excitement for Forest fans for sure -- get this and become one.
MPEG Stream: "A Glade Somewhere"
MPEG Stream: "Fading Light"
MPEG Stream: "Do You Want Some Smoke?"

album cover FOREST s/t (Radioactive) lp 27.00
THIS IS CURRENTLY OUT OF PRINT OR OTHERWISE UNAVAILABLE TO US AT THE MOMENT, SO PLEASE DO NOT ORDER IT. SORRY.
Now on vinyl!
The time is definitely right for this ('though, *any* time would be right for this since it's such a great album). The whole acid-folk revival of which we're sure you're aware -- heck we've done our part to plug albums by Six Organs Of Admittance, Skygreen Leopards, Espers, P.G. Six, Tower Recordings, and the like -- of course owes a lot to the genuine old timey hippie British acoustic psychedelic folk scene back in the '60s and '70s. Originators like the Incredible String Band and Tyrannosaurus Rex and Fairport Convention... and Forest. Who were never a famous band, but definitely cult favorites. And AQ favorites. So we're happy that at long last this is back in stock. Actually when we reviewed this before, it was with Forest's second album Full Circle as a double cd two-fer. But now it's been re-re-issued as it's own cd and lp (with Full Circle to follow later on), remastered at Abbey Road where it was originally recorded back in 1969, with the participation of former Forest-er Martin Welham. And no longer being packaged as two-fer means the wonderfully pagan cover art gets the whole front of the lp sleeve instead of appearing thumbnail-sized!
Forest were a trio of hippie musicians (Martin, Dez, and Adrian) from the town of Walesby in Lincolnshire. All three of 'em are responsible for the quite excellent male vocals that help make their albums the amazing lost treasures they are, along with their strong songwriting, and their adept and varied instrumental backing (mostly acoustic, with guitars, harmonium, mandolin, pipes, cello, electric harpsichord, organ, percussion, etc.). Their vocal harmonies recall the folkish stuff on those great early Wishbone Ash albums. Their songs and lyrics are rural, pastoral, lovely -- with titles (we're gonna mention tracks from both of their albums here) like "A Glade Somewhere", "Rain Is On My Balcony", "Bluebell Dance", "Lovemaker's Ways" -- and darker too ("The Midnight Hanging Of A Runaway Serf", "Famine Song", "Graveyard"). But, while 'folky,' this is by no means trad folk; they are down with prog rock moves that remind us as much of Pink Floyd as the Incredible String Band. They can be sunshiney and twee a la Tyrannosaurus Rex, but also have a pagan, dark aspect as we said, coming pretty close to Comus territory at times (with the song "Fading Light", for one). Yep, 'folky' but not folk -- the ruined castles and fairy folk that inhabit the forests and fields of Forest's world exist, shadow-like, in the present day (well, Forest's England of thirty years ago), so it's not surprising when a song like "Hawk The Hawker" has kind of a Lou Reed/VU vibe, for instance. Their music is informed by the ancient British ballads, but you can tell that Martin, Dez, and Adrian were three young long hairs sleeping in a van, no matter how idyllic their songs sometimes sound.
This reissue boast new liner notes and photos, but also still includes John Peel's original liner notes from the first album -- they're quite silly, but accurate at least in his closing comment "It would be nice for the Forest if you purchased these results of their lives and labours -- but nicer still for you." Definitely one of those "this is SO good why didn't these guys get famous??!" listens. We look forward to bringing you the reissue of their other, equally essential album Full Circle (1970) when it too gets reissued, and we also hear that vinyl is in the works. Plus, we've heard from Martin Welham himself that not only are there plans for the release of some vintage live Forest recordings on another UK label hopefully sometime in the next year, he also has a *new* band called The Story who'll be putting out a record soon, and also doing a split LP with none other than Santa Cruz folksters Whysp this summer. So lots of excitement for Forest fans for sure -- get this and become one.
MPEG Stream: "A Glade Somewhere"
MPEG Stream: "Fading Light"
MPEG Stream: "Do You Want Some Smoke?"

album cover FOREST SWORDS Dagger Paths (No Rain In Pop) cd 14.98
How could we NOT make a record described as 'drone-step' our Record Of The Week? Well, we couldn't. Not. We could not. So we did. We made the lp version of Dagger Paths, the full length debut of drone-steppers Forest Swords, our Record Of The Week back in March. And now it's been released on cd, with TWO bonus tracks to boot, so it seemed like a no brainer, another chance for folks who may have missed it the first time around, for the turntable-less, and for the folks who can't get enough drone-step, here it is again, aQ Record Of The Week, second time around...
It was only a matter of time. If Forest Swords hadn't done it, someone definitely would have, but hard to imagine it could have sounded as good as this. DRONESTEP. That's what they call it. A fusion of dark post-rock ambient drone music and skittery spaced out dubstep. Warm languid guitars, brooding atmospheres, and laid back downtempo grooves. In the wrong hands it definitely could have been lame, but Forest Swords nailed it, the result so organic and warm and mesmerizing, odds are the last thing you'll be thinking about is what to call it. Instead you can just sit back, and let these lush droned out grooves carry you off.
Had this not been on Olde English Spelling Bee, it certainly wouldn't have been out of place on some upstart dubstep 12" label, it definitely has the same sort of lugubrious soporific feel as Burial or Kode9, murky, washed out, muted, muddy and bass heavy, but instead of being sample based, guitars unwind, spidery melodies all tangled up in clouds of hazy reverb, vocals drift in and out all spectral and ethereal, in fact if anything, it's like some awesome, nineties slowcore jam, Codeine, or Seam, or someone like that, remixed by Portishead, transformed into a different kind of slowcore, a bleak, moonlit, forest dancefloor slowcore, everything bathed in dark blues and soft blacks, smokey and gauzy, the beats skeletal and minimal, the guitars chiming, glistening and glimmering, the bass, rumbling and throbbing, a rib cage rattling hum, samples woven into the mix, but doused in effects, so vocals becomes little swirling clouds of truncated melody, and melodies drift heavenward like wisps of grey smoke. Every track here is a smoldering late night blur, a bleary ear-ed slither and skitter through some soft focus soundscape, dreamlike and hypnotic.
The cd bonus tracks are more of the same, the first track a dense sprawl of thick swirling murky chordal thrum, distorted melodies, tripped out FE drenched dubby drums, reverbed guitars, clipped vocal samples, wheezing organs, low slung bass grooves and a little soulful crooning, while the second drapes some reverbed Morricone-ish twang over lazy shuffling drumming, bits of disembodied vocals drift by in clouds of echo and delay, the main melody so darkly melancholy, everything hazy and washed out and hypnotic, groovy and super cinematic.
So good. And gorgeously dark, otherworldly, warmly mysterious, and still damn close to being our favorite new record this year...
Matt's addendum: "Late to the party on this one, but glad I finally got there! This is some real dark beauty; tarnished and haunted hypnodub with Dead Man style guitar shit and minimal haunted vocals. Deep Dustbowl Dead Dreamz Vibez!"
MPEG Stream: "Miarches"
MPEG Stream: "Hoylake Misst"
MPEG Stream: "Rattling Cage"

album cover FOREST SWORDS Dagger Paths (Olde English Spelling Bee) lp 17.98
THIS IS CURRENTLY OUT OF PRINT OR OTHERWISE UNAVAILABLE TO US AT THE MOMENT, SO PLEASE DO NOT ORDER IT. SORRY.
It was only a matter of time. If Forest Swords hadn't done it, someone definitely would have, but hard to imagine it could have sounded as good as this. DRONESTEP. That's what they call it. A fusion of dark post-rock ambient drone music and skittery spaced out dubstep. Warm languid guitars, brooding atmospheres, and laid back downtempo grooves. In the wrong hands it definitely could have been lame, but Forest Swords nailed it, the result so organic and warm and mesmerizing, odds are the last thing you'll be thinking about is what to call it. Instead you can just sit back, and let these lush droned out grooves carry you off.
Had this not been on Olde English Spelling Bee, it certainly wouldn't have been out of place on some upstart dubstep 12" label, it definitely has the same sort of lugubrious soporific feel as Burial or Kode9, murky, washed out, muted, muddy and bass heavy, but instead of being sample based, guitars unwind, spidery melodies all tangled up in clouds of hazy reverb, vocals drift in and out all spectral and ethereal, in fact if anything, it's like some awesome, nineties slowcore jam, Codeine, or Seam, or someone like that, remixed by Portishead, transformed into a different kind of slowcore, a bleak, moonlit, forest dancefloor slowcore, everything bathed in dark blues and soft blacks, smokey and gauzy, the beats skeletal and minimal, the guitars chiming, glistening and glimmering, the bass, rumbling and throbbing, a rib cage rattling hum, samples woven into the mix, but doused in effects, so vocals becomes little swirling clouds of truncated melody, and melodies drift heavenward like wisps of grey smoke. Every track here is a smoldering late night blur, a bleary ear-ed slither and skitter through some soft focus soundscape, dreamlike and hypnotic.
Gorgeously dark, otherworldly, warmly mysterious, and darn close to being our favorite new record this year...
Comes with a download coupon as well...

album cover FORGETTERS s/t (TSTF) 2x7" 9.98
***Jawbreaker alert!!!****
Man we haven't been able to utter those words in a long while, and as you might know by now all things Jawbreaker related strike our interest right away as they were really one of our favorite bands from the '90s. After they called it quits lead man Blake Schwarzenbach emerged with a new band called Jets To Brazil whose debut still holds as one of the best moments of that whole emo sound, a sound that would become big business for so many others in years to follow. With his new band Forgetters, he's joined by former Against Me! drummer Kevin Mahon as well as unknown to us bassist Caroline Paquita. The sound of Forgetters is much more urgent and punkish then Jets To Brazil, in fact it recalls early Jawbreaker in such pleasing ways. Scharzenbach's vocals are as impassioned and honest sounding as ever and his lyrics continue to be so poignant and poetic. Four great songs sure to please fans of Jawbreaker, as it's totally hitting the spot for us!
Comes with a coupon for a digital download of all the tracks.

album cover FORGOTTEN WOODS Baklengs Mot Stupet 1992-1996 (No Colours) 3cd 27.00
THIS IS CURRENTLY OUT OF PRINT OR OTHERWISE UNAVAILABLE TO US AT THE MOMENT, SO PLEASE DO NOT ORDER IT. SORRY.
Never thought we'd be able to list this. Everytime we got it in, it would go too quickly, just flying out the door by word of mouth we guess. Clearly this '90s Norwegian black metal band has a cult following! Then we thought that this triple cd box had gone out of print. But thankfully No Colours just pressed up some more, and we think we scored enough copies to dare list it, even though the label may be out of it already. So...what's the big deal you ask, why are these Forgotten Woods so unforgettable? Well, first off, and at first listen, this will definitely appeal to the whole raw, old-school, Nordic forest black metal necrocrowd. Really good grim stuff in the unholy spirit of classic Darkthrone and Burzum, but with that extra kinda inept, Benighted Leamsish fuckedupedness to it that of course makes us love it all the more. And, additionally and importantly, there's also always a strange, unexpected sort of poppiness underlying everything, despite song titles like "Grip Of Frost" and "Dimension Of The Blackest Dark". As a friend (who also likes this band, and is a member of Thuja, the Blithe Sons, Buried Civilizations, the Skygreen Leopards and a bunch of other Jewelled Antler acts) put it, "man it's good...completely inept, like they're barely pulling it off, total 13-year-old-metal-kid-in-the-basement drums." That by itself would be enough to explain this band's appeal. But our sensibilities here at AQ are further stoked by the fact that the more you delve into these discs, the more you find yourself wondering just what the hell you're listening to...as Forgotten Woods mysteriously morphs by the third cd into something that sounds like jazz-inflected, naive indie-rock mopery, with clean jangly guitars that starts to sound like Felt or The Church or even Maher Shalal Hash Baz! Other tracks seem to echo The Cure, all slow and post-punkish... what a weird band! We can only wonder at what they thought they were doing, and wonder even more so at why they're so accepted by the grim black metal underground. So, even though this is a $25 import triple-disc set, it's the kind of black metal (like Benighted Leams, Xasthur, Lugubrum, Leviathan, Abruptum, Meads of Asphodel, Ved Buens Ende, and Sigh for example) that we have to recommend to all of our customers who are into (not-necessarily metal) weirdness. And in case you're wondering, this does collect the entirety of Forgotten Woods' output (three albums, plus one recorded under the name Joyless) from the years indicated in the title...
MPEG Stream: "Eclipsed"
MPEG Stream: "With Swans I'll Share My Thirst"

album cover FORKBOY 1993-1999 (Kaos Kontrol / Arkisto) cd 13.98
THIS IS CURRENTLY OUT OF PRINT OR OTHERWISE UNAVAILABLE TO US AT THE MOMENT, SO PLEASE DO NOT ORDER IT. SORRY.
""A fork is a cold shiny tool / To pierce, tear and ingest / Whoever has the fork in hand / Controls the meal of its choice." The opening lines for the Lard song, "Forkboy" which in turn gave the name for an Oulu-based quartet formed in 1993. Born out of love for AmRep noise, AC/DC, Dead Kennedys and driven by twenty-something angst, Forkboy recorded three demos and one previously unreleased session during their 6 year existence and it's all documented here on one disc. Furiously rocking songs packed with gritty guitars and feedback, rhythm section heavy as an elephant turd and as the band puts it, "lots of shouting". The original recordings have been carefully restored and remastered by Pentti Dassum and the sleeve features original artwork and photos by the band along with liner notes. If you were there during the late 90s noise rock craze or if you have only recently discovered its splendour or if you just have a boner for hidden gems of Finnish punk/noise/rock, this CD is for you!"

album cover FORM & FATE Recirc (Three Ring) cd-r 5.98
Limited cd-r pressing of 300! We've just received two releases from these young post rock instrumentalists! Recirc is their limited edition ep on the terrific Bay Area indie label Three Ring Records. As with their debut album The Form And Fate Of Lakes which we've also got, Recirc featured somber black and white photography on the cover and it suits the music well -- moody expanses which when observed closer burst with textures and dynamics. Fiery and jagged at times, thick and brooding at others, all tempered by delicately picked lilting guitar passages. Sure, we've heard the 'loud-quiet-loud' done a-plenty but we're not complaining 'cause these guys do it exceptionally well!
MPEG Stream: "Airlock"
MPEG Stream: "He Grows"

album cover FORM & FATE Sol Invictus (500 Records) cd 9.98

MPEG Stream: "Welcome To Your New Home Beneath The Earth (The Marseille Handshake)"
MPEG Stream: "Escape Velocity"
MPEG Stream: "Sons Of Jupiter"

album cover FORM & FATE The Form And Fate Of Lakes (Three Ring) cd 9.98
We've just received two releases from these young post rock instrumentalists! This one is their full length debut on the terrific Bay Area indie label Three Ring Records (we've also got a limited cd-r, the Recirc ep). The black and white photography of distant glacial landscapes featured on the cover suits the music well -- moody expanses which when observed closer burst with textures and dynamics. Fiery and jagged at times, thick and brooding at others, all tempered by delicately picked lilting guitar passages. Sure, we've heard the 'loud-quiet-loud' done a-plenty but we're not complaining 'cause these guys do it exceptionally well!
MPEG Stream: "Emoticons Vs Decepticons"
MPEG Stream: "The Form And Fate Of Lakes Part I"

album cover FORMAT, THE Dog Problems (The Vanity Label) cd 15.98
Sometimes, after listening to all of the ambient / improvised / noise / drone music we so dearly love, part of us truly longs for songs, and pop, and hooks, and choruses, and pretty singing, and cool arrangements. Which is precisely why there's no chance of our pop sweet tooth going sour any time soon. And when it comes to pop, we definitely have two distinct sides, our crashing, big guitar power pop pummel side, and our lush dreamy jangly sweet and subtle side. Every once in a while though, a band manages to touch on both, and of course, when that happens, we are in absolute pop heaven. Thus we have the Format, who definitely lean more toward the sweet jangle side of the spectrum, but manage at the same time to pack a secret serious powerpop punch.
Dog Problems is a gorgeous collection of dizzying kaleidoscopic pop, lush and swirling, bouncy and crunchy, but moody and melancholic at the same time. Killer hooks constructed from sweetly distorted guitars, circus-y keyboards, shuffling rhythms, dreamy harmonies, and some seriously keening, near falsetto vocals that wail and swoop so charmingly. You can definitely hear bits and pieces borrowed from the Beach Boys, the Flaming Lips, Posies, Sloan, Postal Service and the Elephant Six Collective, but the Format, manage to turn all those bits and pieces into their own peculiar and perfect pop. We've been listening to this nonstop since we got it in! So good.
Produced by retro power pop super hero Steve McDonald from Redd Kross!
MPEG Stream: "Matches"
MPEG Stream: "I'm Actual"
MPEG Stream: "Time Bomb"

album cover FORMER GHOSTS Fleurs (Upset! The Rhythm) cd 16.98
Former Ghosts is a primitive darkwave trio featuring two folks we know quite well, the teen goth chanteuse Zola Jesus and Xiu Xiu's emotionally wracked Jamie Stewart; but it's the third party who's responsible for penning all of the songs for Former Ghosts. That would be one Freddy Ruppert, who also records as brilliantly named solo project This Song Is A Mess But So Am I. Even though Zola and Jamie are the supporting cast in Former Ghosts, their unique theatricality is welcomed in Ruppert's dark cabaret of cheap synths wheezing out downer melodies. The Joy Division / early New Order axis is the most obvious influence on Ruppert's songwriting, alternating between peppy minor-chord tunes and maudlin electro-dirges; yet the production veers much closer to the John Maus ethos for warped home recordings. In fact, the track "Mother" could be straight out of New Order's Power, Corruption, and Lies, minus the lack of a Martin Hannett production in favor something much more jagged around the edges. Zola Jesus mostly keeps her vocals as backing chorales of sustained trills and ululations, but on a couple of tracks she steps forward to belt out those songs with operatic prowess. As affected and gloomy as Ruppert's monotone can be, the Zola Jesus tracks are probably the standouts on the album. Certainly one to place alongside Cold Cave, Blank Dogs, and of course Xiu Xiu and Zola Jesus. Great stuff.
MPEG Stream: "Mother"
MPEG Stream: "Dreams"
MPEG Stream: "The Bull And The Ram"

album cover FORMER GHOSTS Fleurs (Upset! The Rhythm) lp 17.98
THIS IS CURRENTLY OUT OF PRINT OR OTHERWISE UNAVAILABLE TO US AT THE MOMENT, SO PLEASE DO NOT ORDER IT. SORRY.
NOW ON VINYL!!!
Former Ghosts is a primitive darkwave trio featuring two folks we know quite well, the teen goth chanteuse Zola Jesus and Xiu Xiu's emotionally wracked Jamie Stewart; but it's the third party who's responsible for penning all of the songs for Former Ghosts. That would be one Freddy Ruppert, who also records as brilliantly named solo project This Song Is A Mess But So Am I. Even though Zola and Jamie are the supporting cast in Former Ghosts, their unique theatricality is welcomed in Ruppert's dark cabaret of cheap synths wheezing out downer melodies. The Joy Division / early New Order axis is the most obvious influence on Ruppert's songwriting, alternating between peppy minor-chord tunes and maudlin electro-dirges; yet the production veers much closer to the John Maus ethos for warped home recordings. In fact, the track "Mother" could be straight out of New Order's Power, Corruption, and Lies, minus the lack of a Martin Hannett production in favor something much more jagged around the edges. Zola Jesus mostly keeps her vocals as backing chorales of sustained trills and ululations, but on a couple of tracks she steps forward to belt out those songs with operatic prowess. As affected and gloomy as Ruppert's monotone can be, the Zola Jesus tracks are probably the standouts on the album. Certainly one to place alongside Cold Cave, Blank Dogs, and of course Xiu Xiu and Zola Jesus. Great stuff.
MPEG Stream: "Mother"
MPEG Stream: "Dreams"
MPEG Stream: "The Bull And The Ram"

album cover FORMLOFF Adjo Silo (Audio Savant) cd 5.00
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Wow, well, we thought we'd heard every weird-ass variation on black metal possible... but we had never heard black metal with autotuned vocals before, until now. That's right, autotune, the computer program used and abused by all of today's worst pop stars (and many amusing YouTube videos). In this black metal context, it's pretty funny, and clever, if you're not too "troo" to get into this obscure Norwegian duo's blend of blasting grimnity and (artificially enhanced) soaring melody... And autotune's not the only unusual feature of Formloff's "black metal", other factors that make this disc surreal and subversive include an obvious affinity for both '70s prog (including lots of groovy-proggy organ), and the latest in emo-pop electronica. And more. They have a kitchen sink approach that really works, maybe because it combines the sudden mood/genre swings with plenty of melody. So, there's techno beats on here, alongside hysterical screaming vokills, buzzsaw guitars, spacey electronic textures, symphonic metal, and even a chorus of dogs barking on the track "Gregor Samsa I Las Vegas"... yet it's catchy too.
Yeah, yeah, it sounds a bit silly on paper, and we don't mind silly, but actually it seems like Formloff -aren't- just joking around, or at least that's the feeling we get, though all the singing, autotuned or otherwise (there's all kinds of gruff growling and funny voices as well) is in Norwegian, so we can't judge from the lyrics what the heck is really going on. Maybe a good thing. We imagine they're pretty bizarre though.
This is the Norwegian duo Formloff's debut (and thus far, only) full-length, from 2006, recorded when the band members were still in their teens. Apparently the label that put this out folded not long afterwards, so this release never really was properly distributed. We recently acquired some copies from a friend of the band who thought we might like it... and we do! Pretty amazing stuff, actually, musically and conceptually, and if you're into genre-splicing, mashed-up weirdness a la Mr. Bungle, as well as the Nordic black metal of Darkthrone and Enslaved, you should definitely check out Formloff! To further elaborate on the "for-fans-of" thing, we should mention Sigh's Gallow's Gallery, also Arcturus, Shining, various bands on Garm of Ulver's Jester label, latter-day Master's Hammer, and Pan-thy-monium if you remember them. Not surprisingly, the cd booklet graphics aren't your usual black metal style either, referencing generic 1950s conformist Leave It To Beaver domesticity instead of the usual corpse paint and burning churches. Huh. Well we're enjoying this, and certainly curious about what's next from Formloff, as we're told they've got a new album in the works as well...
MPEG Stream: "Sovjets Modifiserte"
MPEG Stream: "Arild Menzonis' Traumatiske Liv"
MPEG Stream: "Paralyserende Stove Fra Romstasjon 13"

album cover FORSTER, ROBERT / GRANT MCLENNAN Intermission: The Best Of The Solo Recordings 1990-1997 (Beggars Banquet) 2cd 15.98
Such a fantastic songwriting duo truly beloved by fans and critics alike! They simply do not make 'em like they used to. Together as The Go-Betweens, Robert Forster and Grant McLennan were virtually peerless in their pop excellence. Separately, each gent was a formidable and altogether distinct artist in his own right. Sadly Grant McLennan passed away last year at the age of 48. So needless to say, listening to this posthumous release is nothing short of heartbreakingly bittersweet. He left such a profound pop music legacy. The special deluxe 2cd edition compiles the 'best' of their respective solo works as selected by the artists' themselves. Who better to choose the cream of the crop? The deeper, more robustly voiced Robert Forster's songs were the more rugged, lonesome cowboy numbers whereas the softer spoken Grant McLennan's came across as the more sensitive, sweet and bookish. Delivering his straight-to-the heart, wise lyrics, he would sing in his unmistakable comfortingly gentle voice which was often accompanied by comparatively gutsier guitars. So damn good! Fans will probably already have the original albums from which all of these songs came, but even if you do, this makes an awesome mixtape for any fan of well-crafted pop. Don't miss... seriously!
FYI: Beggars Banquet will be releasing the two cds separately at a later date.
MPEG Stream: MCLENNAN, GRANT "Lighting Fires"
MPEG Stream: FORSTER, ROBERT "Cryin' Love"

album cover FORSYTH, CHRIS Live Journal at The Mice Machine VIP Dance Floor (Incunabulum) cd 14.98
What a title! Don't know what the heck it means, but we love the sounds contained inside. Released on Jozef Van Wissem's Incunabulum imprint, this is a beautiful solo 12-string record by Chris Forsyth, Brooklynite multi-instrumentalist and founding member of Peeesseye (PSI). But this has a different approach to the solo guitar genre than we've heard before. Focusing on a restless back-porch style minimalism, Forsyth layers overlapping and slow repetitive cascades of mandala-like rhythms and patterns with subtly shifting melodic changes. Often undercut with organ drones, cymbal washes, and minimal percussion, the sounds unfold like intricate patterns of Oriental tapestry or Tibetan sand-paintings, captivating and mesmerizing us into circling and swirling trance-like states. Quite lovely and very limited!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
MPEG Stream: "Anxious"
MPEG Stream: "Wind Machine"
MPEG Stream: "Contrarian's Lament"

FORSYTH, CHRIS & KOEN HOLTKAMP Early Astral (Blackest Rainbow) lp 23.00

album cover FOSTER, JOSEPHINE A Wolf In Sheep's Clothing (Locust) cd 14.98
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A new album from this faery tale folk maiden!
Her first two highly acclaimed albums certainly defined her otherworldly music as distinctly of another time and A Wolf In Sheep's Clothing is perhaps even more so (at least for us English monolinguals). Not only is it her interpretations of seven nineteenth century compositions by Johannes Brahms, Franz Schubert and Robert Shumann, but it's sung entirely in German. If it weren't for the presence of guest player Brian Goodman's sinewy, distorted guitar, you could easily imagine this being some recently unearthed ancient folk artifact. That said, it is the dissonance of the electrified strings that make for a terrific contrast to Foster's oft-ghostly serenades. Check out the sixth track "Auf Einer Burg". Wow. Spellbinding.
MPEG Stream: "Der Konig In Thule"
MPEG Stream: "Auf Einer Burg"

album cover FOSTER, JOSEPHINE Graphic As A Star (Fire) cd 15.98
What better current singer to tackle texts by reclusively prolific American poet Emily Dickinson than the elusive Josephine Foster? Translating 26 out of the thousands of poems Dickinson wrote into the gentlest of song forms, many matching the brevity of the originals, must have been a daunting task. Poems do not translate into songs as easily as one might think, just as songs don't always translate into poetry. But not really since Aaron Copland in 1950 has anyone really delved so deeply into the idea. And Foster is largely successful. The arrangements on guitar or ukulele are very minimal and while her lilting delivery can be a little same-y, each song on its own, unearths a tiny jewel of intimate beauty that is quite something to behold. The material may be too rich for one sitting (unless your knitting on a rainy Sunday perhaps), but we think this might be the perfect sublime ephemera for the shuffle feature on your iPod.
MPEG Stream: "They Called Me to The Window"
MPEG Stream: "My Life Has Stood - A Loaded Gun -"
MPEG Stream: "Only A Shrine, But Mine"
MPEG Stream: "I Could Bring You Jewels - Had I A Mind To-"
MPEG Stream: "Whoever Disenchants"

album cover FOSTER, JOSEPHINE Graphic As A Star (Fire Recordings) lp 24.00
NOW ON VINYL!
What better current singer to tackle texts by reclusively prolific American poet Emily Dickinson than the elusive Josephine Foster? Translating 26 out of the thousands of poems Dickinson wrote into the gentlest of song forms, many matching the brevity of the originals, must have been a daunting task. Poems do not translate into songs as easily as one might think, just as songs don't always translate into poetry. But not really since Aaron Copland in 1950 has anyone really delved so deeply into the idea. And Foster is largely successful. The arrangements on guitar or ukulele are very minimal and while her lilting delivery can be a little same-y, each song on its own, unearths a tiny jewel of intimate beauty that is quite something to behold. The material may be too rich for one sitting (unless your knitting on a rainy Sunday perhaps), but we think this might be the perfect sublime ephemera for the shuffle feature on your iPod.
MPEG Stream: "They Called Me to The Window"
MPEG Stream: "My Life Has Stood - A Loaded Gun -"
MPEG Stream: "Only A Shrine, But Mine"
MPEG Stream: "I Could Bring You Jewels - Had I A Mind To-"
MPEG Stream: "Whoever Disenchants"

album cover FOSTER, JOSEPHINE Hazel Eyes, I Will Lead You (Locust) cd 14.98
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If you picked up last year's All the Leaves Are Gone album by folk singer Josephine Foster -- whose vocal stylings have caused us to dub her the Shirley Collins of Chicago -- you heard her with a nicely weird-making psychedelic rock backing band, The Supposed. Now she's back sans band, doing solo intimate acoustic folk numbers that hew even closer to the British folk tradition that's an obvious influence (Shirley Collins, if you weren't sure, is a '60s UK folk singer of reknown, whose tremblingly pure voice rescued rustic ballads from the mists of the past on her many LPs). The mists of the past hang heavily over Foster's entirely self-penned tunes too. Not just the Brit-folk but also oldtimey down-home blues/gospel too. This disc consists of fourteen tracks of pretty, pastoral, "cosmic madrigals" sung in her high, wavering, angelic voice, self-accompanied on guitar, kazoo, harp, bells, sitar, tambourine, tin whistle, wooden spoons and "black cat" (?) amongst other instrumentation. Willowy, melancholic, melodic... certainly something that anyone who has got a "contemporary indie acid-folk" section going in their music collection is probably gonna want! File with your Banharts and your Six Organs and your Espers and your Skygreen Leopards...
But should we feel bad reviewing this since we haven't yet got 'round to listing a bunch of the Shirley Collins reissues that we also recently got in stock?
MPEG Stream: "The Siren's Admonition"
MPEG Stream: "Stones Throw From Heaven"

album cover FOSTER, JOSEPHINE This Coming Gladness (Bo'Weavil) cd 17.98
Another timeless gem from Chicago's Josephine Foster. Her third full length, This Coming Gladness is a heartfelt collection of breezy folk tunes that don't veer too far from Ms. Foster's usual stylings. Her wavering, Shirley Collins-ish voice we know and love is accompanied by Victor Herrero on lead guitar and Alex Nielson (Richard Youngs, Jandek) on drums. The two do a fine job of creating a warm, relaxed environment that perfectly envelops the voice and words of Ms. Foster. And inside on the sleeve is an awesome picture of the beautiful Ms. Foster herself, posing wearing a plastic armor breastplate, like an ancient warrior. What a charming gal.
MPEG Stream: "Lullaby to All"
MPEG Stream: "All I Wanted was the Moon"
MPEG Stream: "Waltz of Green"

album cover FOSTER, JOSEPHINE This Coming Gladness (Bo'Weavil) lp 25.00
Now on vinyl!!
Another timeless gem from Chicago's Josephine Foster. Her third full length, This Coming Gladness is a heartfelt collection of breezy folk tunes that don't veer too far from Ms. Foster's usual stylings. Her wavering, Shirley Collins-ish voice we know and love is accompanied by Victor Herrero on lead guitar and Alex Nielson (Richard Youngs, Jandek) on drums. The two do a fine job of creating a warm, relaxed environment that perfectly envelops the voice and words of Ms. Foster. And inside on the sleeve is an awesome picture of the beautiful Ms. Foster herself, posing wearing a plastic armor breastplate, like an ancient warrior. What a charming gal.
MPEG Stream: "Lullaby to All"
MPEG Stream: "All I Wanted was the Moon"
MPEG Stream: "Waltz of Green"

album cover FOSTER, JOSEPHINE & THE SUPPOSED All the Leaves Are Gone (Locust) cd 14.98
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Chicago's Josephine Foster we'd heard before in the folk duo Born Heller. We immediately were impressed with her voice -- she's basically a dead ringer for Brit-folk legend Shirley Collins! But Born Heller was maybe a little bland, compared to this, where Foster's uncanny and timeless vocals are set in a more exciting, acid-psych folk-rock format. I know some people who are actually put off by this and Born Heller 'cause she sounds just so much like Shirley Collins, but you know, why not? If I could sing like this, I would! And for all we know, Foster's actually an English transplant who grew up at her grandmother's knee listening and learning old ballads and it's just in her blood. Even if she's just a Chicago hipster with good taste in old folk music, that's cool too. One to file with your Vetiver, and P.G. Six, and Six Organs, and so forth!
MPEG Stream: "Well-Heeled Men"
MPEG Stream: "Deathknell"

album cover FOSTER, JOSEPHINE & THE SUPPOSED All the Leaves Are Gone (Eclipse) lp 15.98
Now on vinyl! Probably our favorite Josephine Foster album. Here's the review from when it was first released, on cd:
Chicago's Josephine Foster we'd heard before in the folk duo Born Heller. We immediately were impressed with her voice -- she's basically a dead ringer for Brit-folk legend Shirley Collins! But Born Heller was maybe a little bland, compared to this, where Foster's uncanny and timeless vocals are set in a more exciting, acid-psych folk-rock format. I know some people who are actually put off by this and Born Heller 'cause she sounds just so much like Shirley Collins, but you know, why not? If I could sing like this, I would! And for all we know, Foster's actually an English transplant who grew up at her grandmother's knee listening and learning old ballads and it's just in her blood. Even if she's just a Chicago hipster with good taste in old folk music, that's cool too. One to file with your Vetiver, and P.G. Six, and Six Organs, and so forth!
MPEG Stream: "Well-Heeled Men"
MPEG Stream: "Deathknell"

album cover FOSTER, JOSEPHINE AND THE SUPPOSED Live (100 Songs I Sing) cd-r 10.98
2004 cd-r recording of live performances from the All The Leaves Are Gone tour with The Supposed.
MPEG Stream: "All The Leaves Are Gone"
MPEG Stream: "Death Knell"

album cover FOTHERINGAY 2 (Stamford Audio) lp 39.00
Now on Vinyl!
The first (and before now, only) Fotheringay album from 1970 is one of our favorite records of the British folk era, but they were a group that from the beginning seemed like they were never meant to last. Led by a post-Fairport Sandy Denny and her husband, former Eclection guitarist Trevor Lucas, Fotheringay was more like a temporary dalliance away from the larger entity of Fairport Convention with Denny departing for solo stardom (and tragedy) after their first album, and most of the other members joining Fairport later on. A second album was in the works but never completed, well, until now that is! The Fledg'ling label has gone to great lengths to rescue the shelved tapes and restore the tracks to their seventies British folk glory. The sound is incredible and typical of Joe Boyd and using a light touch, sounds like a lost artifact from a previous era. While these are mostly traditional tunes and covers, their are five original compositions including two from Sandy Denny that have been little heard before now. We can't say that it betters the first album, but there are plenty of great songs for fans of this era. Named after the castle where Mary, Queen of Scots was beheaded, it's interesting that after 38 years when this recording was started and long after it's two principle members have passed on, that the ghosts of the past are singing once more.
MPEG Stream: "John The Gun"
MPEG Stream: "Eppie Moray"
MPEG Stream: "Silver Thread and Golden Needles"

album cover FOTHERINGAY s/t (Fledg'ling) cd 16.98
At last, this excellent early '70s Brit-folk-rock album is back on cd, in a nice new edition complete with four live bonus tracks. Fotheringay features the exquisite, sweet vocals of the legendary Sandy Denny. The band was formed by Denny and her husband, former Eclection guitarist Trevor Lucas (who also sings here), shortly after she left Fairport Convention, releasing this self-titled LP 1970 (the same year Denny was voted the UK's top female vocalist in Melody Maker magazine). They only did this lone album before Sandy went solo, but it's definitely one of Sandy's best and essential for all fans of her previous brilliant albums with Fairport like Unhalfbricking and Liege & Lief. It's largely dreamy and pastoral with a country tinge (as with Lucas' "The Ballad Of Ned Kelly"). So lovely. In addition to original compositions by both Denny and Lucas, there's Fotheringay's album-closing arrangement of the traditional tune "Banks Of The Nile", a langorous, eight-minute epic, almost post-rock in scope, that's definitely one of this album's highlights. And as well, the band does a song each by Bob Dylan and Gordon Lightfoot, and one of the added live tracks is Chuck Berry's "Memphis Tennessee".
MPEG Stream: "Winter Winds"
MPEG Stream: "Peace In The End"

album cover FOUNTAIN, THE (CLINT MANSELL / MOGWAI / KRONOS QUARTET) OST (Nonesuch) cd 17.98
The latest Darren Aronofsky film The Fountain has been eagerly anticipated by many folks around here (we dug his previous works Pi and Requiem For A Dream). Haven't had a chance to go to the theater yet, but we have had a chance to hear the movie's soundtrack which sparkles with its own magical light. It is a particularly nice surprise because it features new recordings by Mogwai and Kronos Quartet. They're performing compositions penned by Clint Mansell. Now, they couldn't help but be anything but a perfect musical fit for Aronofsky's visual splendor, could they? That said, this album is somberly wonderful all on its own. Close your eyes and sink in. Sweepingly epic and intricate and absolutely moving. A must for fans of both groups.
MPEG Stream: "The Last Man"
MPEG Stream: "Tree Of Life"

album cover FOUNTAINS OF WAYNE Sky Full of Holes (Yep Roc) cd 15.98

MPEG Stream: "The Summer Place"
MPEG Stream: "Richie And Ruben"
MPEG Stream: "Acela"
MPEG Stream: "Action Hero"

album cover FOUNTAINS OF WAYNE Traffic And Weather (Virgin) cd 14.98

MPEG Stream: "'92 Subaru"
MPEG Stream: "Someone To Love"
MPEG Stream: "Yolanda Hayes"

album cover FOUNTAINS OF WAYNE Welcome Interstate Managers (S-curve) cd 16.98
This is an amazing pop record. Really. In the way Weezer and OkGo! and a handful of other MTV bands make amazing and accessible (but still a teensy bit subversive) pop. Super well produced and lush and catchy and funny and clever. The only real problem with Fountains Of Wayne is the lyrics, which are pretty cringeworthy at moments. There are some clever bits and some really funny lines, but lots of it is simple and fluffy and very songwriting 101. But if you're in the mood for some summery, sweet, melancholy but rockin' pop, the kind that sounds so good blasting from your car stereo when the top is down and you're driving around aimlessly, with songs about how hot your friend's mom is, your favorite waitress, getting drunk and losing your wallet, and girls and love and all that stuff, then this may just hit the spot.
MPEG Stream: "Stacy's Mom"
MPEG Stream: "Hey Julie"
MPEG Stream: "Bright Future In Sales"

album cover FOUR TET DJ Kicks (Studio K7) cd 17.98
Most DJ mix cd's end up leaving us a bit cold. Either the selections are too obvious, or the need to scratch and make it "funky" kind of kills the mood and wastes the good tracks that might be there. But leave it to Kieren Hebden (aka Four Tet) to get it just right! We would kill to walk into a club to find him behind the decks. Especially if this is the stuff that was flowing from the speakers. His taste is pretty damn immaculate and refreshingly varied as well. Starting off with the avant pioneer David Behrman (cofounder of Sonic Arts Union) and along the way dipping into everything from Heldon, Curtis Mayfield, Gong, Madvillian, Cabaret Voltaire, Heiner Stadler, Stereolab and so much more. Like the best DJ's, Hebden is a master of timing, pacing and flow. Seamlessly spinning from an early '80s electro jam to a classic Nonesuch explorer series track from Zimbabwe like they were always meant to be side by side. Keeping your body twitching and your synapses firing... what else could you want from a DJ? Highly recommended!!!
MPEG Stream: "Les Soucoupes Volantes Vertes (Heldon)"
MPEG Stream: "Taireva (Shona People Of Rhodesia)"
MPEG Stream: "Leapday Night, Scene 1 (David Behrman)"

album cover FOUR TET My Angel Rocks Back And Forth (Domino) cd + dvd 13.98
My Angel Rocks Back and Forth delivers pleasant, slightly sweet, non-threatening electronica by Fridge's post-rocker, Kieren Hebden. The sound is minimal and ambient using broken chimes, a little backwards feedback and a DJ Shadow kickdrum. This album is more just contemplative than overly challenging. Some very pleasant listening. It also includes a DVD disc featuring four music videos!
MPEG Stream: "My Angel Rocks Back and Forth"
MPEG Stream: "All the Chimers"

album cover FOUR TET Rounds (Domino) cd 15.98
The super pretty and stirring full length from Four Tet begins with what sounds like a muted irregular heartbeat, the track then gradually fans out into an airy mingling of drum beat shuffles, glinting wistful piano melodies, chimey sparkles, reedy (oboe?) bleets, an occasional groovy bassline and a smattering of odd buzzing jolts. Actually the latter which happens only early on in the album closely resembles that sound when you slip up while playing that old board game Operation, and they're what keep the listener from completely drifting off on the mesmerizing lake of Four Tet. No complaints though, this album is quite simply a delight - layer upon layer of shimmering goodness that draws a very warm response every time we've played it in the store.
MPEG Stream: "Unspoken"
MPEG Stream: "As Serious As Your Life"

album cover FOURTH WORLD MAGAZINE The Spectacle Of Light Abductions (Pacific City Sound Visions) lp 17.98
Latest release from former Skater Spencer Clark, whose partner in the Skaters, James Ferraro, was recently awarded record of the year honors by UK music mag The Wire, but as much as we dig Ferraro's stuff, we have to say, we often find ourselves more partial to Clark's outings, especially his project Monopoly Child Star Searchers, especially those early cd-r's, twisted murky soundscapes woven from woozy looped rhythms and blurred samples, dense and dizzying and druggy and dreamy, so we're always excited when we discover a new record from Clark. Fourth World Magazine is in fact Clark's new project, and in some ways it finds his sound drifting toward that of his former bandmate, this high concept record based on something called the Spectacle Of Light, which happens in Salt Lake City and concerns UFO's, as does most of Clark's recordings we seem to remember, hard to tell if it's a put on, or if all this spiritual stuff is real (or at least real to Clark), but ultimately it hardly matters, cuz musically it's real, and whatever the twisted concept, it gets woven into Clark's sonic flights of fancy, this one in particular opening up with swirling new agey synths, what sound remarkably like the music from one of those late night star chart segments on cable access, and thus like much of Ferraro's recent work, but from there on out, Clark definitely mixes it up, beginning with garbled voices, weird tape manipulation, and more hazy synth shimmer, peppered with weird bird call like squawks, before transitioning into a collage of warped looped melodies, playful and sunshiney, almost like a snipped of fifties film music as envisioned (or reworked) by the Caretaker. Soon those new agey synths return, but now with murky muted rhythms, which somehow transform the sound into something more raga like, then adding more of the garbled vocals until we finally reach the final track, and epic nearly sidelong jam, that might be our favorite stuff here, definitely harkening back to the aforementioned Monopoly Child Star Searchers cd-r's, all lo-fi Casio melodies, chaotic looped rhythms, skittery tangles over woozy collaged layers, everything muddy and smeared and gloriously washed out, a fantastic chunk of outsider psychedelic rhythmic drift.
This is the first release on Clark's Pacific City Sound Visions label, and comes in a full color 12 page 12" x 12" jacket/book, with fuzzy photos, and plenty of text explaining (sort of) the Spectacle Of Light, of which this music is dedicated to.

album cover FOVEA HEX Neither Speak Nor Remain Silent : Two / Huge (Die Stadt / Janet) cd ep 16.98
The Second chapter of Clodagh Simonds experimental voice project trilogy continues to explore the tenuous boundaries of traditional songforms while collaborating with some heavyweight electronic composers such as Brian Eno, Andrew McKenzie (The Hafler Trio) and Colin Potter (Nurse With Wound). Simonds is best known for her early '70s work with British Folk outfit Mellow Candle (she also appears on Current 93's new record), and her voice here remains tethered as pulsating sounds of harmonium and glass instruments, trumpets, and electronics float like ghosts through the ether-like arrangements. Like the previous chapter, it's very short, clocking in about 19 minutes, which may call into question the expense. But this project is not about casual listening. Like reading an Emily Dickinson poem (as the sticker on the front compares this to), you are meant to ponder and drink in every nuance, turn of phrase and weight of breath. Put your player on repeat, and you will not hear the same song twice.
MPEG Stream: "Huge (The Joy of Trouble)"
MPEG Stream: "While You're Away"

album cover FOWLEY, KIM Another Man's Gold: Lost Treasures From The Vaults 1959-69 Volume 2 (Norton) cd 14.98
With so many stories circulated about legendary LA-based weirdo (many, including the man himself, might say "asshole") Kim Fowley, it can be easy to overlook the reality that he was, if nothing else, ridiculously prolific as a songwriter and producer. The amount of songs Fowley is responsible for is staggering and quite impressive. He appears to be of that rare breed that could crank out songs with ease and completely forget their existence by the time he had moved on to the next project. Even while many of these songs were probably viewed by Fowley himself as disposable pop fodder and a quick paycheck, they are incredibly enjoyable pieces of quirky '60s pop, stupid in the best way and just plain fun. Nostalgic in the most snarky way possible, a good portion of the songs concern themselves with teenage '50s high school themes (like the outrageous "Memories Of A High School Bride" by The Players (Vol. II), a programmatic soap opera saga complete with a tape-manipulated gossip chorus!), or swingin' sixties turn on, tune in, drop out freekdom, tongue seemingly in cheek, like Althea And The Memories' "Worst Record Ever Made" (Vol. I). There's plenty of just plain WTF weirdness too, like Donnie And The Outkasts' "Big Fat Alaskan" (also Vol. I).
A bunch of Fowley-sung numbers crop up, delivered with a snotty awareness that makes them among the best tunes on here. Looking at the pictures within, the gangly Fowley sticks out like a sore thumb among the wide eyed bands and, ahem, teenage girls, who probably felt they were going to make it all the way to the top. Little were they aware of the madness that would see them ending up on these awesome compilations so many years later. Good stuff, both volumes equally recommended, get 'em both!
MPEG Stream: "The Renegades - Geronimo"
MPEG Stream: "Kim Fowley - Big Sur, Bear Mountain, Ciro's, Flip Side, Protest Song"
MPEG Stream: "The Players - Memories Of A High School Bride"

album cover FOWLEY, KIM Another Man's Gold: Lost Treasures From The Vaults 1959-69 Volume 2 (Norton) lp 14.98
With so many stories circulated about legendary LA-based weirdo (many, including the man himself, might say "asshole") Kim Fowley, it can be easy to overlook the reality that he was, if nothing else, ridiculously prolific as a songwriter and producer. The amount of songs Fowley is responsible for is staggering and quite impressive. He appears to be of that rare breed that could crank out songs with ease and completely forget their existence by the time he had moved on to the next project. Even while many of these songs were probably viewed by Fowley himself as disposable pop fodder and a quick paycheck, they are incredibly enjoyable pieces of quirky '60s pop, stupid in the best way and just plain fun. Nostalgic in the most snarky way possible, a good portion of the songs concern themselves with teenage '50s high school themes (like the outrageous "Memories Of A High School Bride" by The Players (Vol. II), a programmatic soap opera saga complete with a tape-manipulated gossip chorus!), or swingin' sixties turn on, tune in, drop out freekdom, tongue seemingly in cheek, like Althea And The Memories' "Worst Record Ever Made" (Vol. I). There's plenty of just plain WTF weirdness too, like Donnie And The Outkasts' "Big Fat Alaskan" (also Vol. I).
A bunch of Fowley-sung numbers crop up, delivered with a snotty awareness that makes them among the best tunes on here. Looking at the pictures within, the gangly Fowley sticks out like a sore thumb among the wide eyed bands and, ahem, teenage girls, who probably felt they were going to make it all the way to the top. Little were they aware of the madness that would see them ending up on these awesome compilations so many years later. Good stuff, both volumes equally recommended, get 'em both!
MPEG Stream: "The Renegades - Geronimo"
MPEG Stream: "Kim Fowley - Big Sur, Bear Mountain, Ciro's, Flip Side, Protest Song"
MPEG Stream: "The Players - Memories Of A High School Bride"

album cover FOWLEY, KIM One Man's Garbage: Lost Treasures From The Vaults 1959-69 Volume 1 (Norton) cd 14.98
With so many stories circulated about legendary LA-based weirdo (many, including the man himself, might say "asshole") Kim Fowley, it can be easy to overlook the reality that he was, if nothing else, ridiculously prolific as a songwriter and producer. The amount of songs Fowley is responsible for is staggering and quite impressive. He appears to be of that rare breed that could crank out songs with ease and completely forget their existence by the time he had moved on to the next project. Even while many of these songs were probably viewed by Fowley himself as disposable pop fodder and a quick paycheck, they are incredibly enjoyable pieces of quirky '60s pop, stupid in the best way and just plain fun. Nostalgic in the most snarky way possible, a good portion of the songs concern themselves with teenage '50s high school themes (like the outrageous "Memories Of A High School Bride" by The Players (Vol. II), a programmatic soap opera saga complete with a tape-manipulated gossip chorus!), or swingin' sixties turn on, tune in, drop out freekdom, tongue seemingly in cheek, like Althea And The Memories' "Worst Record Ever Made" (Vol. I). There's plenty of just plain WTF weirdness too, like Donnie And The Outkasts' "Big Fat Alaskan" (also Vol. I).
A bunch of Fowley-sung numbers crop up, delivered with a snotty awareness that makes them among the best tunes on here. Looking at the pictures within, the gangly Fowley sticks out like a sore thumb among the wide eyed bands and, ahem, teenage girls, who probably felt they were going to make it all the way to the top. Little were they aware of the madness that would see them ending up on these awesome compilations so many years later. Good stuff, both volumes equally recommended, get 'em both!
MPEG Stream: "Bruce And Jerry - I Saw Her First"
MPEG Stream: "Patterns - Late Late Show"
MPEG Stream: "The Rituals - This Is Paradise"

album cover FOWLEY, KIM One Man's Garbage: Lost Treasures From The Vaults 1959-69 Volume 1 (Norton) lp 14.98
With so many stories circulated about legendary LA-based weirdo (many, including the man himself, might say "asshole") Kim Fowley, it can be easy to overlook the reality that he was, if nothing else, ridiculously prolific as a songwriter and producer. The amount of songs Fowley is responsible for is staggering and quite impressive. He appears to be of that rare breed that could crank out songs with ease and completely forget their existence by the time he had moved on to the next project. Even while many of these songs were probably viewed by Fowley himself as disposable pop fodder and a quick paycheck, they are incredibly enjoyable pieces of quirky '60s pop, stupid in the best way and just plain fun. Nostalgic in the most snarky way possible, a good portion of the songs concern themselves with teenage '50s high school themes (like the outrageous "Memories Of A High School Bride" by The Players (Vol. II), a programmatic soap opera saga complete with a tape-manipulated gossip chorus!), or swingin' sixties turn on, tune in, drop out freekdom, tongue seemingly in cheek, like Althea And The Memories' "Worst Record Ever Made" (Vol. I). There's plenty of just plain WTF weirdness too, like Donnie And The Outkasts' "Big Fat Alaskan" (also Vol. I).
A bunch of Fowley-sung numbers crop up, delivered with a snotty awareness that makes them among the best tunes on here. Looking at the pictures within, the gangly Fowley sticks out like a sore thumb among the wide eyed bands and, ahem, teenage girls, who probably felt they were going to make it all the way to the top. Little were they aware of the madness that would see them ending up on these awesome compilations so many years later. Good stuff, both volumes equally recommended, get 'em both!
MPEG Stream: "Bruce And Jerry - I Saw Her First"
MPEG Stream: "Patterns - Late Late Show"
MPEG Stream: "The Rituals - Paradise"

album cover FOXX, JOHN Glimmer: Best Of John Foxx (Music Club Deluxe) 2cd 14.98
Invariably whenever we play this in the store, a customer will ask, "Is This Gary Numan?". We can understand the confusion. Both artists are synth-wave pioneers and share a Ballardian sense of imagery of fetish-ized car crashes and cold urban architecture. But ultimately it was Foxx's role in the first incarnation of Ultravox!, one of the first British bands in the mid-to late seventies to combine electronics and rock in a frigid form of post-punk romanticism, that makes him the true innovator of the genre. Foxx, who left that band after three albums and before they found mainstream success, ambitiously pursued a solo career in the early eighties and created an influential studio, The Garden, where many bands recorded (including Depeche Mode, Brian Eno, Trevor Horn, Bronski Beat, The Cure, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Tina Turner, Siouxsie and the Banshees and Tuxedomoon). Foxx, who has been having a revival lately touring with his new band John Foxx & the Maths, opening for OMD and recently doing a split 7" with The Soft Moon, might not have as well-known songs as Numan, Depeche Mode and his other contemporaries, but Foxx had decidedly more complex lyrics and a stronger sense of nuance when it comes to atmosphere and texture. This 2cd anthology is a great intro to his particular sound world, with both dystopian pop songs and Blade Runner-ish ambient themes. There are even solo recordings of some of the early Ultravox! material like "My Sex" and Dislocation". Not all of the material dates well, but as prolific as he was (this antholgy collects nearly 30 tracks), there are many more hits than misses.
MPEG Stream: "Glimmer"
MPEG Stream: "No-one Driving"
MPEG Stream: "Sunset Rising"
MPEG Stream: "Cities of Light 5"
MPEG Stream: "My Sex"
MPEG Stream: "Burning Car"
MPEG Stream: "Stepping Sideways"

album cover FRACTION Moon Blood (Phoenix) cd 17.98
Hard to believe we've never listed this before, it's been reissued a bunch of times already, being a bit of a classic of underground USA '60s private press psych. Now it's out on cd again, with we're told a vinyl reissue upcoming on the Mexican Summer label too. So about time we gave it a write up, 'cause if you haven't heard it before and are at all into the 'early heavy' this is indeed one to check out!
From LA, Fraction played druggy, Doorsy, psychedelic proto-proto-metal, loaded with loping, lumbering fuzz riffs. It's very sixties, hippy/biker garage heaviness, yet almost no longer dated, if Fraction were part of today's psych scene, they'd fit right in with Wooden Shjips, Sleepy Sun, Dead Meadow, and suchlike. Well, except we'd be a bit surprised by the deep growling Jim Morrison style vocal intonations, a gruff voice that sways and screams with utmost sincerity and conviction, and truly elevates Fraction into ultra cult classic status. The singer's cryptic lyrics are vaguely Christian-Apocalyptic, and Fraction manages to make heavy (in the "that's heavy, maaaan" pass-the-joint sense) music to match. Recommended If You Like: Blue Cheer, High Tide, Sam Gopal, Iron Butterfly, Negative Space, B.F. Trike...
MPEG Stream: "Come Out Of Her"
MPEG Stream: "Eye Of The Hurricane"

album cover FRAGMENT. s/t (ConSOULing Sounds) cd-r 10.98
Killer debut from this French one man post rock outfit, whose sound definitely leans toward Jesu and Nadja and that sort of fuzz drenched dirginess. From the first few second of the opening track, the 'band' launches into a blissed out hazy drift, programmed drums pound out a hypnotic beat, the guitars swirl, wreathed in thick crumbling fuzz, and then the vocals, holy cow, they sort of seal the deal as far as Jesu-ness is concerned, a dead ringer for Justin Broadrick's reverb drenched soft croon.
If anything, imagine a more laid back, driftier dreamier Jesu, which sounds like a very good thing, and it is. The songs to get chunky and riffy launching into stretches of muscled metallic pound, and just as often the sound slips into super minimal drones, whether it's synths or guitars, it's difficult to tell, but the end result is the same, warm fuzzy rumbles and blissed out murky whir. Then the drums kick in, then the vocals, and the sound is squarely back in Jesu / Nadja territory.
Folks looking for something totally original, that they've never ever heard before, might fight Fragment a little frustrating, but for anyone who loves THAT sound, the blissed out shoegazey metallic post rock shimmer of Jesu, or the distorted drenched dream doom of Nadja, and wants more more more, and might even like that sound even more if it were softer and prettier, well then Fragment will definitely hit the spot.
A perfect collection of late night drifting-off soft metallic drift. LIMITED TO 100 COPIES. Probably the last copies we'll be able to get...
MPEG Stream: "Empire"
MPEG Stream: "Ghost"

album cover FRAIL, THE Count On This (Tricycle Records) cd ep 5.98
First things first, we'll be frank, young SF band The Frail almost received an immediate Gong Show gong from us on the opening track of their debut ep. Anyone who samples/butchers Erik Satie's gorgeous classical piano work "Gymnopedies" in such a wanton dance-fied fashion should be strung up by their fingernails! We bit our tongue and resisted the urge to hit the 'stop' button. Needless to say, not the best introduction! Anyways, get past that first awkward moment, and you'll find this new Bay Area pop-tronic duo combining the sweet and dreamy side of pop with the comparatively harder thump of electronic rock. Their gently persistent unwavering programmed beats and boyish vocals draws easy descriptions of The Faint meets Postal Service. Definitely for fans of those bands as well as the electro-pop bands on the German Morr Music label!
MPEG Stream: "Addicted"
MPEG Stream: "Who Am I?"

FRAMES, THE Burn The Maps (Anti) cd 13.98

album cover FRANCISCAN HOBBIES, THE At The World's End (Pseudo Arcana) cd-r 12.98
THIS IS CURRENTLY OUT OF PRINT OR OTHERWISE UNAVAILABLE TO US AT THE MOMENT, SO PLEASE DO NOT ORDER IT. SORRY.
The Franciscan Hobbies are one of the more anarchistic manifestations of the Jewelled Antler 'collective', The Hobbies themselves being a free-form, free-wheeling group of variable membership that turns idyllic nature excursions into documents of magical, improv folk psych. At The World's End comes by way of New Zealand cd-r label PseudoArcana, and this time around The Hobbies include 3 of the 4 members of Thuja, plus a bunch of their friends, including Donovan Quinn (Skygreen Leopards), Greg Bianchini (The Muons), and Cole Palme (Factrix). However, whoever's present on this recording isn't all that important, as they meld into a very relaxed communal music-making clan. Furthermore, discussion of instruments and techniques would seemingly convey less of a sense of what the Hobbies sound like than more poetic allusions to damp moss and dry leaves. Imagine napping in the undergrowth of a forest, dreaming drones and fractured melodies. Theirs is a drifting, indirect music, more hints and haunts than songs per se. And, we ask, how can you not love a record with a track entitled "The Unicorn Murders"??
MPEG Stream: "The Black Chimes "
MPEG Stream: "Seekers In Darkness"

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