Funkapolitan.
In the words of Floyd (bassist from the Electric Mayhem), “What in the name of Fats Waller is that?”
This band is about as weird as their cover art

Funkapolitan.

In the words of Floyd (bassist from the Electric Mayhem), “What in the name of Fats Waller is that?”

This band is about as weird as their cover art

Where Shine New Lights.
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Where Shine New Lights.

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Deserve.
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Deserve.

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Swallow My Bones.
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I lost my eyes looking for it… I lost my breath choking on your tongue

This record is huge.

Swallow My Bones.

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I lost my eyes looking for it… I lost my breath choking on your tongue

This record is huge.

Aster Aweke 86.
Hey it’s Enkutatesh (Ethiopian New Year) today! Hug an Ethiopian or play some Ethiopian music! You could do worse than Aster Aweke, one of the greatest voices Ethiopia (or the world) has ever produced!

Aster Aweke 86.

Hey it’s Enkutatesh (Ethiopian New Year) today! Hug an Ethiopian or play some Ethiopian music! You could do worse than Aster Aweke, one of the greatest voices Ethiopia (or the world) has ever produced!

Colour Green.
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About Sibylle Baier
Whoa, someone turn down the sepia, everything’s gone brown

Colour Green.

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About Sibylle Baier

Whoa, someone turn down the sepia, everything’s gone brown

Deerhoof / Half Waif split.
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Hey this is a high-quality split, both songs are good. I never heard of Half Waif. Deerhoof, new record, yeah.

Deerhoof / Half Waif split.

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Hey this is a high-quality split, both songs are good. I never heard of Half Waif. Deerhoof, new record, yeah.

Top ten listened to records, August 2014. (Double-Cock Edition)
10. Each Other - Being Elastic
9. Animal Lover - Fundango
8. Stardrive - Intergalactic Trot
7. Pak - Habibi
6. Nuclear Family; Impractical Cockpit - split LP (untitled Nuclear Family side / “Selections from Get Obvious)
5. Slothrust - Of Course You Do. I gather it’s pronouced “sloth rust”, rather than “slo thrust”.
4. Big Blood - Radio Valkyrie 1905 - 1917
3. ONO - Diegesis
2. Chicago Underground Duo - Age of Energy
1. Moth Cock - Moth Cock. Kent. KEEEEEENNNNNNNNT! Kentkentkentkentkentkent. Oh, Kent. Why do you keep producing better music by hating music?

Top ten listened to records, August 2014. (Double-Cock Edition)

10. Each Other - Being Elastic

9. Animal Lover - Fundango

8. Stardrive - Intergalactic Trot

7. Pak - Habibi

6. Nuclear Family; Impractical Cockpit - split LP (untitled Nuclear Family side / “Selections from Get Obvious)

5. Slothrust - Of Course You Do. I gather it’s pronouced “sloth rust”, rather than “slo thrust”.

4. Big Blood - Radio Valkyrie 1905 - 1917

3. ONO - Diegesis

2. Chicago Underground Duo - Age of Energy

1. Moth Cock - Moth Cock. Kent. KEEEEEENNNNNNNNT! Kentkentkentkentkentkent. Oh, Kent. Why do you keep producing better music by hating music?

Muluken Melesse.
Hear his unbelievable voice
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They don’t make voices like this guy’s that often. And the tracks are so smooth. Damn.

Muluken Melesse.

Hear his unbelievable voice

Read about him

They don’t make voices like this guy’s that often. And the tracks are so smooth. Damn.

Best Disco of 1981 Vol 3 Song for Coca-Cola.
This is a stunner!  Where to start?  Well there’s the cover, yeah.  Whoa.  The first song, called “Song for Coca-Cola”, is in fact a Coke ad jingle, repeated twice in a row for good measure.  There follows a surprisingly strong collection of good and great songs, almost none of which are disco or from 1981.  There’s schlager (Lolita's "See Man", which is amazing and not sexual at all - she’s German and See Man is a misspelling of “Seemann” which means sailor - but you can bet I didn’t want to google it!), lite country-pop (Jerry Wallace’s amazingly titled - and amazing - "Mandom, Lovers of the World", about which even more amazingly youtube tells me “The song is from a japanese After Shave commercial with Charles Bronson. The single released only in Japan”), soft rock / easy listening (Harpo’s "Jessica" which actually has a harp, Deborah Raffin’s "Sail the Summer Wind" which is nothing short of PURE FUCKING MAGIC, Galaxy’s "Book of Rules" which is pretty deep), and more.  Brain blown, thanks.

Best Disco of 1981 Vol 3 Song for Coca-Cola.

This is a stunner!  Where to start?  Well there’s the cover, yeah.  Whoa.  The first song, called “Song for Coca-Cola”, is in fact a Coke ad jingle, repeated twice in a row for good measure.  There follows a surprisingly strong collection of good and great songs, almost none of which are disco or from 1981.  There’s schlager (Lolita's "See Man", which is amazing and not sexual at all - she’s German and See Man is a misspelling of “Seemann” which means sailor - but you can bet I didn’t want to google it!), lite country-pop (Jerry Wallace’s amazingly titled - and amazing - "Mandom, Lovers of the World", about which even more amazingly youtube tells me “The song is from a japanese After Shave commercial with Charles Bronson. The single released only in Japan”), soft rock / easy listening (Harpo’s "Jessica" which actually has a harp, Deborah Raffin’s "Sail the Summer Wind" which is nothing short of PURE FUCKING MAGIC, Galaxy’s "Book of Rules" which is pretty deep), and more.  Brain blown, thanks.