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Sunday, November 29, 2009

St. Christopher

There is a new St. Christopher EP on very limited 3" CD-R by Vollwert Records. It's #40 in the Edition 59 series. Only 59 copies are made!
The band is well known from their releases on Sarah Records.
St. Christopher is still recording music and on stage in these days.
Here the tracklisting of the EP:
1. If Black Was Blue
2. The Thrill Of The New (live)
3. I Can't Forget You (Mirrorball Mix)

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Daniel Johnston

Daniel Johnston is a prolific American singer-songwriter and one of my all time favourites. He has a new album out on Eternal Yip Eye Music. It's called "Is And Always Was" and it has been produced by Jason Falkner. Here is a video of his most famous song.

Friday, November 20, 2009

LoneLady

Today I have discovered a wonderful new female vocalist on Warp Records: LoneLady! The single entitled "Immaterial" is her first release with Warp. It's a very fine pop song, and it was co-produced with Guy Fixsen, previously known for his work with My Bloody Valentine, The Breeders and Stereolab. The b-side sounds like The Slits.

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Sambassadeur

Swedish band Sambassadeur are going to release a new single on Labrador Records. A new album will follow in February 2010. The single is called "Days" and you can listen to it here.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Mary Onettes live in Regensburg

Imagine a Swedish equivalent of The Go-Betweens or Echo And The Bunnymen and you'll have a vague idea of how wonderful the Mary Onettes are. On Friday the 20th of November 2009 you can see them live on stage at the Gloria in Regensburg (Germany), Simadergasse 2. More infos at Sublime.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Malory

Malory is now part of the Club AC30 family. This is their very wonderful debut single for London's finest shoegaze label. "Secret Love" is taken from the album "Pearl Diver," and it is backed with "The Signs." The album will be released on 13-Jan-2010.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

The Desert Wolves

The Desert Wolves compilation is now available again with four bonus tracks (three of them previously unreleased) on Firestation Records. The first release of this compilation was in 2000 on the same label.
The Desert Wolves play melodic guitar pop. They've been one of the best groups from Manchester in the late 80s with chiming guitars, melodic trumpets, a thumbing rhythm section and a voice, so lovely, so sweet, so heartfelt and as soft as peanut butter. There have been a lot of indie bands producing music like this, but only a few reach the purity of sound The Desert Wolves have evolved.