Acen

Ardkore's deep space auteur I remember back when Woebot unleashed his list of The 100 Greatest Records Ever on an unsuspecting public, he commented that Only in a genre as merciless, functional and transitory as ardkore could a talent like Acen just fall off the map. One can hardly imagine him being inducted into the … Continue reading Acen

Rob Chant

Bristol's sage of the six-string Ah yes, all the true Bristol heads know what time it is. During the era of Blue Lines and Bass Is Maternal, the name Rob Chant would crop up in the credits for a whole raft of killer sessions to emerge from the city, a reliable indicator of fascinating sounds … Continue reading Rob Chant

Adam Ant

Glam punk's once and future king. The man, the myth, the legend: Adam Ant was the reason I got into music in the first place. You've heard that one before? Well, hear it again. His brand of inspired glam pop appealed to my youthful sensibilities from day one, and imbued as it was with an … Continue reading Adam Ant

British Invasion 25

Ah yes, the United Kingdom. The British Invasion 25 originated from a themed event put together by Sari and Kayli, where we indulged in a smorgasbord of British cuisine and shared lists of our favorite records from the ongoing British Invasion. Rather than limiting the list to the timespan of the first British Invasion (put … Continue reading British Invasion 25

Scott Walker

The man with the golden voice I was still reeling from Mark Hollis's untimely passing a month earlier when news of Scott Walker's death began to filter through in March. The sense of loss is always compounded in such cases, and with Dick Dale, Ranking Roger and Keith Flint gone too — and in such close temporal … Continue reading Scott Walker

RAG018: Autumn 2018

Radio AG Episode 018 L.A.'s Desert OriginsAutumn 2018 Knee deep in the canyon, we pick up where we left off four years ago with the Autumn 2018 episode of Radio AG for your listening pleasure. Kicking off with a slew of rock hard canyon breaks, we shift gears from country rock into baroque pop and … Continue reading RAG018: Autumn 2018

Love – Four Sail

Love Four Sail Elektra 1969 With this, Love's fourth album, we move deeper still into the canyon. In fact, this was actually the very last record to be cut from the original Canyon 25, not on the basis of quality but because it exists just that little bit too far inside acid rock territory to … Continue reading Love – Four Sail

Warehouse Weatherall XXX

A Parallax guide the music of Andrew Weatherall The legend of Andrew Weatherall already loomed large when I first tumbled like Alice down into the wonderland that is dance music. This was back in 1996, at the cusp of my high school years. When I'd buy records, the name Andrew Weatherall would crop up with … Continue reading Warehouse Weatherall XXX

FSOL – ISDN

The Future Sound Of London ISDN Limited Edition Electronic Brain Violence 1994 Ever since first launching into this whole Terminal Vibration trip, I've wanted to touch down with ISDN. It's a strange, twisted record that seems to criss-cross the TV saga at so many points of intersection, with its off-kilter grooves clearly sourced in the … Continue reading FSOL – ISDN