Podcast: Radio Chaneque – Cinco Largos Años

  Si no ven el widget, escúchenlo aquí. If you can’t see the widget, click here.  Cuando pasamos de cierta edad, los años se nos van como agua entre los dedos porque nuestra apreciación del tiempo cambia. De morros teníamos marcadores bien definidos, gracias a las temporadas escolares, periodos de vacaciones y lo que realmente nos emocionaba (Navidad, Cumpleaños, etc.) Dicho eso, lo que sí … Continue reading Podcast: Radio Chaneque – Cinco Largos Años

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New Music: Sur Back, Adi Carter, Polaris Rose, URSS bajo el árbol, Solanas’ Sons

Hello there! Here’s a few new tracks for your listening pleasure. Several genres, several paths, choose your own adventure! Been hearing some good stuff about Sur Back this year and her newest track ‘Occam’s Razor’, from her Kitsch album, keeps her sound evolving into dark fantasy territories. Adi Carter brings back the sounds of yore with ‘1980’, a very Carpenter-ish track that even gets a cool remix … Continue reading New Music: Sur Back, Adi Carter, Polaris Rose, URSS bajo el árbol, Solanas’ Sons

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Interview : Adi Carter

Like most of the nice folks in Sheffield, I met Adrian Carter through a combination of Twitter and musicians. The first time we had a long conversation was about Peter Davison‘s stint in Dr. Who. I can’t really recall how much we trashed or lauded the one in the cricket gear, but our usual conversations, whether online or at the earlier times at Tamper Coffee … Continue reading Interview : Adi Carter

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EP Round Up : Adi Carter, Deaf Club, Good Weather for an Airstrike, The Violet May

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Hullo, guvs and guvnettes, this is our always late EP round up, where we trawl through the titanic troves of tinnitus-inducing music and bring you the best of what’s around. Or at least what WE think it’s the best of what’s around.

Remember: don’t adjust your opinion.

In our usual analogy form, we will be comparing each of these EPs to something cool and entertaining. For this week’s edition, I’m comparing each EP to a character from David Mamet‘s Glengarry Glen Ross. Sounds good? Read on. Sounds bad? Uh, please read on. My ego needs to be read. Continue reading “EP Round Up : Adi Carter, Deaf Club, Good Weather for an Airstrike, The Violet May”

Singles Review: Psychic Twin, Duncan Sheik, Wet Nuns, Adi Carter, Low Duo, Fear of Men, Madame Recamier, Bayone, Bleaklow

Greetings, readers drinking Sangría Señorial (via smuggling) and eating cheese triangles.  Welcome to another edition of our “reviewing releases late again” single reviews column.

This week’s singles come courtesy of a lifelong depression triggered by the final episode of ALF. Shit, that was depressing, son.

Ah, singles, right:

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Singles reviewed : What the Blood Revealed, Adi Carter, Heroes of the Mexican Independence Movement, Johan Reinhold, Floating Death Picnic, The Bedford Incident, Black Market Serotonin, Nowhere Again, Ninetails, The Hudares

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Greetings, readers bought all seven copies of my self-help guide, Getting back at the rustler that stole your red oxen (vol .2 Electric Boogaloo)! Welcome to another edition of our “off again, off again, hey it’s on again!” single reviews column. Granted, some of them aren’t singles, but I liked them and made my stupid human collaborators review ’em. Mahalo. 

This week’s singles are double-double, so watch out for that trans fat in our delicious cuts of smoked shoegazing bacon. Mind the indie dance chicken. And for Krist Novoselic‘s sake, don’t throw your bass in the air, you might end up writing political science for the rest of your life while you wallow in self-pity on that day you said no to a high paying job packing foodstuffs in orange bags at Sainsbury’s.

Ah, singles, right:

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Tamal Superbowl Mix CD

Whoa! It feels like it was barely  a couple of months ago (43 days, but who is counting?) that we brought you not one but two awesome mix cds from bands that might be unknown, but golly gee willickers, they are good. Especially Wet Nuns (they bribed us). Continue reading “Tamal Superbowl Mix CD”

Wake up to Tara Busch (Adi Carter remixes)

Once upon a time, in the fair city of Sheffield, there lived a musician misunderstood by all, with talent to the brim but nary a drop of attention from his peers. This artist one day decided to give a go to the wonderful of remixing. Sadly, said artist got squashed by a Cybermen ship. Bollocks. So, let’s talk about another (less squashed) remixer called Adi Carter. … Continue reading Wake up to Tara Busch (Adi Carter remixes)

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Wake up to … Wet Nuns

Yes! The day is today, 11/11/11… besides making every numerologist salivate with theories, it’s the day when “dem good ol’ boys” get to do a rough shag with Shields and Black Cat White Cat (badebadeebopboppoppaaap!) In addition to a show at Bungalows and Bears (tonight!), Wet Nuns are offering ‘Heavens Below’ for free at their website. Just to show how much they love you, there’s … Continue reading Wake up to … Wet Nuns

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