Mrs. Borsky…where is your son? The last I heard, Jason was on trial for burning down Wade Manor. I think he lost everything in that fire. 25 years later still sounds like genius to. Dig it.
The first of three live recordings from the seminal San Francisco Bay Area electric jazz group. I read somewhere that Mike Nock (who wrote most of these tunes) went to one of the Capitol records execs to ask for permission to release these long out of print recordings and was threatened with litigation (go figger’). […]
DMZ is a record label run by Digital Mystikz, a dubstep outift consisting of Coki and Mala. They produce the most influential and intense dubstep tracks and have been brought into mainstream popularity by Radio 1 DJ Mary Anne Hobbs’ show Dubstep Warz, as Mary Anne Hobbs first discovered dubstep music at a club run […]
Remember these guys? This record still sounds as vital as it did 14 years ago. Get it.
Here for your enjoyment is Phew’s debut LP, originally released in 1981 on Pass Records. This album caught my eye primarily because it featured the talent of Can’s Holger Czukay, though in what capacity I am still uncertain. There’s kraut-like rock throughout the record (“Closed” and the awkwardly nightmarish “Doze”) as well as some relatively abstract songs reminiscent […]
Here’s another hard to find one. Jah Division as you might have guessed by the name, specializes in dubbed out Joy Division covers. These are all instrumental tracks, so don’t worry about Ian’s ghost getting pissed off. This 12″ EP was a limited release of 800