Thelma’s “Hearing the Light” is one of several albums DJ Anomaly threw at me for Christmas. I knew nothing of the record or the artist going into it so I had no expectations short of it likely not sucking. He has impeccable taste. Thelema have been making music since the mid 90’s in Austria and their … Read moreThelema – Hearing the Light
Soiled Utilities Productions is proud to present the first full length album by Edweird since 2011’s Day Trip To The Insane Asylum. The Hunt for Blue Harvest is a short story told in sweeping soundscapes about grand space exploration, cosmic battles, great escapes, and… awww who are we kidding. It’s a blatant homage to one … Read moreNew release from Edweird! “The Hunt for Blue Harvest” available now!
I Shall Die Here is the fourth studio album by American sludge metal band The Body. Released on April 1, 2014 through RVNG Intl. record label, the album was produced by British electronic musician The Haxan Cloak. It’s rare sometimes that a recording comes along that won’t allow you to skip tracks. This is one … Read moreThe Body-I Shall Die Here
British musician and producer Bobby Krlic takes a step forward with his second full length album as The Haxen Cloak. Released in 2013 and using more electronic gear than the self titled album, this album is an amazing work of sound sculpture. Dark and brooding with some seriously well placed bass drops and field recordings I find … Read moreThe Haxen Cloak-Excavation
Nisennenmondai are a Tokyo-based instrumental trio who make music that is both raw and danceable in equal measure. They formed in 1999 and took their name from the Japanese translation of the then-current phrase “Y2K bug. Live at Clouds Hill is the first record I’ve bought from them and what an entry point. The opening … Read moreNisennenmondai-Live at Clouds Hill
Kazuyuki Kishino has been making harsh music for decades, both as a solo artist and as the leader of noise rock band Zeni Geva. He also has a cute Chihuahua. I’ve been following his work since first having Zeni Geva’s Desire for Agony thrust on me. It was their show at Alvin’s in Detroit in … Read moreKK Null-Eternal Implosion
I admit readily that I’m a huge fan of The Sea and Cake ever since purchasing The Fawn at a gone but not forgot record store in Chicago called The Quaker Goes Deaf in 1997. Formed a few years earlier in that same city and releasing the bulk of their work on the Thrill Jockey … Read moreThe Sea and Cake – Car Alarm
Holy crap folks! We’ve stayed with the same old layout for too long. A fresh start is what was needed. Please, snoop around. You’ll find this site to be way more efficient than the last two. We’ve simplified things a great deal and have plans to update content more frequently. We’ve created an album review page called … Read moreNew Site