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  • Here Come The Warm Jets (Awaiting Repress) Here Come The Warm Jets (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Here Come The Warm Jets (Awaiting Repress)

    First released in January 1974, 'Here Come The Warm Jets' was Brian Eno's debut solo release following his departure from Roxy Music. The album draws on both his glam and prog roots but its experimental nature also made it quite unlike anything that'd ever come before. It was also to prove a huge influence on the best of the British punk and post-punk bands that followed it.
    1. Needles In The Camel's Eye
    2. The Paw Paw Negro Blowtorch
    3. Baby's On Fire
    4. Cindy Tells Me
    5. Driving Me Backwards
    6. On Some Far Away Beach
    7. Blank Frank
    8. Dead Finks Don't Talk
    9. Some Of Them Are Old
    10. Here Come The Warm Jets
    Brian Eno
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  • New Masses For Squaw Peak New Masses For Squaw Peak Quick View

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    New Masses For Squaw Peak

    New Masses for Squaw Peak gifts unto us bold, surprising new textures and denser, cheekier ideas and themes. Its packed tight with style: gauze-flange experimentation; jazz-chord death-pop; shifty proto-prog; historical and personal mythologies weaved through its passages. Yet, claustrophobic it is not. New Masses for Squaw Peak is as wide-open of a landscape as its title may suggest. It is also a well-traveled collection of songs: laid to tape in the belly of an abandon Philadelphia textile factory; run through three mixing boards by three separate sets of hands; and ultimately sculpted into its final form by the gentlemen to conjured it in the first place. And oh joy, what conjuring.


    Mystics Pharaohs (Masc. Pharaohs) begins with a big, fat wink to Enos Here Come the Warm Jets (a hallmark of Squaw Peak) before descending into its own purply blackhole of dark, dissonant whitefunk. A metallic sonic fog allows guitar stabs and squalls, and the pings of ringleader Nathan Pembertons vocal calls, to hit you twice then thrice, then unravel out into the cosmos. All players here (multi-instrumentalists Josh Martin and Brian Forfa; and drummer John Frank) are using both sides of the brain at every turn, the instinctual, tribal rhythm with which we are born and the semi-learned, nervy way we manipulate that instinct. The instinct that tells us to stay and play inside our comfort zone, and the secret instinct to see what lies just beyond its boundary. Cor-Du-Roi, another standout, is almost perpendicular to Mystics Pharoahs with its shambling, assured pace and melodies all tinny and distant. Its a risky number for Holiday Shores in its maturity and subtle composition. It also just might be their most inspired, beautiful piece to date. We find this kind of maturity and patience again with deep-cut Coming to Shores, an ambient-pop sci-fi wash that almost falls into the new classical phylum.


    Pemberton and Martin prove time and again that they share more than just a keyboard table in the live setting; they share an endlessly searching, creative brain. Pembertons jazz keyboards are often interlocked with Martins plinkety-plankety lyrical guitar. On Shadie Spun Gold and in other spots, like pulsing leadoff track Airglow their separately played parts are hocketed to create the larger melody, with notes falling just left of where Steely Dan might drop them (which sounds awesome). Holiday Shores might be prog-rock in the way that Ariel Pink might be prog-rock. Its shape-shifting pop songcraft that will slip from your fingers like a sea cucumber the very second you think you have hold.

    1. Airglow
    2. We Couldn't Be Together
    3. Threepeat Got Old
    4. Ocotillo Dripping
    5. Spells
    6. Squaw Peak
    7. Mystic Pharaohs (Mas Pharaohs)
    8. Coming To Shores
    9. Cord-Du-Roi
    10. New Masses
    11. Injun
    12. Shadie Spun Gold
    Holiday Shores
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  • Souvlaki Souvlaki Quick View

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    Souvlaki

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    Music on Vinyl now rereleases this classic album on 180-grams audiophile vinyl


    The English shoegaze band Slowdive formed in 1989 and primarily consisted of Nick Chaplin (bass), Rachel Goswell (vocals, guitar), Christian Savill (guitar) and the band's primary songwriter Neil Halstead (vocals, guitar).


    'Souvlaki' is Slowdive's second studio album, originally released in 1993. The album contains synthesizer contributions from Brian Eno on 'Sing' (which he co-wrote) and 'Here She Comes'. The band named the album after a skit performed by the Jerky Boys, an American comedy duo that recorded prank phone calls.


     

    1. Alison

    2. Machine Gun

    3. 40 Days

    4. Sing

    5. Here She Come


    1. Souvlaki Space Station

    2. When The Sun Hits

    3. Altogether

    4. Melon Yellow

    5. Dagger

    Slowdive
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  • Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy) Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy) Quick View

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    Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy)

    Originally released by Island Records in November 1974, 'Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy)' picks up stylistically where its trailblazing predecessor 'Here Come The Warm Jets' left off earlier in that same year. Here, a more assured Eno is at the helm, enlisting the help of his friends The Winkies, former Roxy Music band members Phil Manzanera and Andy MacKay, Robert Wyatt from Soft Machine and Phil Collins of Genesis / Brand X.
    1. Burning Airlines Give You So Much More
    2. Back In Judy's Jungle
    3. The Fat Lady of Limbourg
    4. Mother Whale Eyeless
    5. The Great Pretender
    6. Third Uncle
    7. Put A Straw Under Baby
    8. The True Wheel
    9. China My China
    10. Taking Tiger Mountain
    Brian Eno
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  • Present Tense Present Tense Quick View

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    Present Tense


    Heavyweight Vinyl In A Gatefold Jacket


    Wild Beasts' Present Tense is a dramatically new album. Gleaming and sparkling with 1980s and
    1990s electronic sound rethought and retooled with exquisite detail for the 21st century. It doesn't
    sound like any boys-with-guitars band you've ever heard. And despite the coherence of its sweeping
    song structures, it wasn't written so much as constructed from the ground up from tiny phrases and
    fragments, then it was layered together in the studio by Wild Beasts with co-producers Lexxx
    and Brian Eno protege Leo Abrahams. "We spent ages programming and piecing individual parts
    together," says the band's drummer Chris Talbot, "it was built on computers rather than played first, and
    we had the feeling that anyone in the band could do anything without feeling they had one role to stick
    to." Even using this cut and paste recording style the band somehow retains all of the coherence that
    can only come from years playing together in basements and on stages. Wild Beasts have created their
    own world which the listener has no choice but to enter and immerse themselves in.


    Wild Beasts are more of a band than most bands. They've spent their career thus far deconstructing
    exactly what it is to be a band, trying to escape the constraints of what is expected from four lads
    playing together - and more so than ever on the deliberately synthetic, instrument-swapping Present
    Tense. But here they are, four albums down and more than eight years since they first played together
    in this lineup, still feeling like a gang, still feeling like a band as it is supposed to be, with a single clear
    vision and sound. Just a few minutes in a room together with them, seeing how their four distinct
    personalities play off one another, and it's obvious.


    WILD BEASTS are:

    Hayden Thorpe - vocals, guitar, bass, keys

    Tom Fleming - vocals, guitar, bass, keys

    Ben Little - guitar, keys

    Chris Talbot - drums

    1. Wanderlust
    2. Nature Boy
    3. Mecca
    4. Sweet Spot
    5. Daughters
    6. Pregnant Pause
    7. A Simple Beautiful Truth
    8. A Dog's Life
    9. Past Perfect
    10. New Life
    11. Palace
    Wild Beasts
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  • Iteration Iteration Quick View

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    Iteration

    Repetition is a form of change, reads one of Brian Eno's Oblique
    Strategies. Seth Haley knows the concept well, and his style of
    technicolour synth-wave takes the mantra as a challenge. Six
    years after Galactic Melt introduced the cosmic story of Com
    Truise, Iteration now concludes his sprawling saga. True to its
    name, the album is built on Com Truise hallmarks: neon-streaked
    melodies, big drums, robotic grooves, bleary nostalgia. But
    Iteration is also the most elegant and streamlined that Haley's
    singular music has ever sounded.


    At the album's heart is an elaborate narrative, one full of longing,
    hope, anxiety, and triumph. Iteration illustrates the last moments
    Com Truise spends on the perilous planet Wave 1, before he and
    his alien love escape its clutches to live in peace. ...Of Your Fake
    Dimension launches the interstellar drama with its anthemic
    swells and widescreen sound design, before lovesick songs like
    Dryswch and Propagation outline scenes wrought with
    cybernetic pathos. Later, the frantic rhythms of Syrthio conjure
    images of panicked flight as Haley's gorgeous synth melodies gild
    the action in quiet heartbreak. Then comes the resounding When
    Will You Find The Limit , when Iteration's pain and sadness finds
    liberation in the vast unknown. The closing title track ends it all in
    a gush of majestic revelry.


    So goes the winding story that Iteration tells, and yet there's more
    behind its telling. I try hard not to write from my personal life, but
    it's inevitably going to seep into the music, Haley explains. It's
    basically like I'm scoring this film in my head, but that film I'm
    scoring is also somehow my life. There are glimpses of the
    difficult time the East Coast native spent adjusting to a new life in
    Los Angeles, fighting homesickness and burnout while also
    touring the world. It was a time full of uncertainty, transition, and
    self-realization. After a year and a half of living in California,
    Hayley finally recaptured his creativity by finding new excitement
    in his work. I put more air, more breathing room in the
    music-that was the big change, he says. And once that clicked,
    the album just poured out of him. It was like an information
    dump. I feel like I finished the record in two weeks.


    Such a clear refinement of the Com Truise sound took time to
    develop, but Iteration is well worth the patience and persever- ance it cost. Some of Haley's smartest, catchiest work is here,
    from the weightless pop of Isostasy to Ternary's lush
    synth-funk. A song like Vacuume somehow balances massive
    bass drops and smashing drums with angelic gasps, and
    Usurper gracefully pairs subtle poignancy and uplifting dance
    beats. For me, it feels like change, Hayley says of his second
    album, and yes, this is Com Truise like never before. By embracing
    the music's inherent nature and peerless qualities, Iteration finds
    new avenues of expression in its vivid, familiar surroundings.

    1. ... Of Your Fake Dimension
    2. Ephemeron
    3. Dryswch
    4. Isostasy
    5. Memory
    6. Propagation
    7. Vacuume
    8. Ternary
    9. Usurper
    10. Syrthio
    11. When Will You Find The Limit...
    12. Iteration
    Com Truise
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