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Sunday, December 9, 2007

Back to Noisey Things


A mix between Klaxons and Fujiya & Miyagi, this Northampton band is made up of James(vox), Ben, Phil, Matt and Andy who recently just finished out their unsurprisingly successful tour. Their debut album We Can Create, recorded in James' bedroom , was released earlier this year on Mute Records.

[We Can Create (07).zip]

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It Will Find You.mp3
I Don't Know Her Name.mp3

VHS or Beta

So this is a band that I have trusted in to serve as the audiological presentation of my life and mind ever since I was introduced to them during their tour for Night On Fire in 2004. Band members Craig Pfunder(guitar), Zeke Buck, bassist Mark Palgy, and drummer Mark Guidry, are most well-known for their work in the club scene with their numerous remixes and club singles despite the fact that they aren't really clubbish music but a rather cabaret electro-punk instrumental band. They are often seen live on accident and known to float around the underground. Now with their August 2007 sophomore release, Bring on the Comets, on Astralwerks Records, VHS or Beta will ultimately gain long awaited and well deserved acclamation from the music community.

[Bring on the Comets (07).zip]

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Bring On The Comets

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TV Buddhas

This band is just about as bizarre as you get. Originating from ramat hasharon, Israel, TV Buddhas classify themselves as religious, psychedelic, trance or "Indian Psy-Sex". I'd say they're pretty much right on. I'd also say they are one of the most nonchalantly radical bands I've heard. With the release of their debut EP FITW01, this off the wall and off the charts gypsy rock duo, Mickey Killer(drums) and Evil Haring(strings) treat us with three extremely meaty songs. Now touring in Europe, TV Buddha's full lenght debut LP is due out sometime next spring/summer.

[FITW01 (07).zip]


Short on lyrics, experimentally uplifting, and with great promise, Battles, are a US math rock band that was formed in 2002. Following a string of EPs, the band released their debut LP on the Warp Records label in May 2007. The group's lineup is composed of well-known musicians, including ex-Helmet(also currently in Tomahawk) drummer John Stanier, ex-Don Caballero, ex-Storm & Stress guitarist Ian Williams, ex-Lynx guitarist Dave Konopka, and Tyondai Braxton (son of Avantgarde Jazz musician Anthony Braxton) who also plays guitar and keyboard and creates live voice samples. Their newest album Mirrored, recorded by Keith Souza at Machines With Magnets, was released on 14 May 2007 and there are absolutely no words for how essentially amazing this album is-definitely on the top 5 for this year.

[Mirrored (07).zip]

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Punkish? maybe. Indie? very likely. Electronic? who isn't these days. Noise rock? Most definitely. Experimental? Lets just say the first 3o seconds to every track sounds as if its been dubbed from some 60s rebel flick. Japanther's 2007 release is just about the craziest mix of dub, noise, and experimental music i've heard this year. It's like Ariel Pink on speed, minus the mouth drums. This brings me back to middle school happily. For their album Skuffed Up My Huffy, an i-tunes reviewer claims, "Every song makes you wanna slap yo mama."

[Skuffed Up My Huffy (07).zip]

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