1. Amsterdam trip
2. Kuedo – Severant (Planet Mu)
3. Chicken Breast with Crunchy Okra from the Wee Curry Shop
4. KiNK & Neville Watson – A Saturday In November (Hour House Is Your Rush Records)
5. The Phantomime @ Stereo
6. Prometheus trailer
7. Andy Meecham – Monophonic Vol. 1 (Nang)
8. Caramelised Carrots with Gremolata
9. Muji Room Shoes
10. The Cult Of Lego by John Baichtal and Joe Meno
Monthly Archive for December, 2011
1. Amsterdam trip
What a year it has been for Eglo records. So many good releases. They really seem to be stepping up their game as well. I first heard this on the Eglo special on Benji B‘s show a while ago. This has a great 80s R’n'B feel to it. Krystal Klear on production, it just works so well. Not sure when this is coming out, hopefully soon. For now, you can enjoy the video.
The recent Clone reissue of Drexciya material has got me listening to lots of their music again. This is a highlight for me, Birth Of New Life. It has that aquatic feel to it.
This is one of the most evil pieces of music that I have ever heard in my life. It is so hypnotic and intense. It’s from the Newbuild album that Rephlex reissued about 10 years ago. This album is worth checking out if you have an interest in acid music. All of the music on it is similar to this. It’s just so repetitive and exciting. This is proper no lights music.
I am not hugely into reggae and dub, but I recently stumbled across this track and was completely blown away by it. The album that it comes from, Scientist Meets The Space Invaders, is also pretty amazing too. I think what really sold it to me is the fantastic cover. Anyway, you can listen to Dematerialize by Scientist below and if you fancy buying the album it is available over at Boomkat.
Phase IV is Saul Bass‘ only feature length directorial film. The film is about ants who become intelligent. They soon start to terrorise some local inhabitants and it is up to two scientists, studying the ants, to stop them. This is pure 1970s science fiction and it really is worth checking out.