Been catching up on some listening since the crazy Christmas period and doing some renovating. Here's a few excellent albums that have slipped through to the keeper unnoticed that we feel deserve a fair hearing.
Tom Ellard - Eighties Cheesecake To be honest, I listen to this LP more than I do his main project, Severed Heads. A compilation of two cassette released in 1982 that catch the transition between early experimental Severed Heads to the newer Since The Accident era. LISTEN BUY
75 Dollar Bill - Wooden Bag Instrumental New York band doing a kind of minimal world music psych fest. Using the cheapest of instruments (cardboard or homemade wooden boxes, a janky looking Japanese guitar) they sound like good period ZZ Top in Marrakech. LISTEN BUY
Dark Blue - Pure Reality LTD white vinyl. Sharkey from Clockcleaner and Puerto Rico Flowers with members of Ceremony and Paint It Black. Philadelphia based band singing songs about living in Canberra. LISTEN BUY
Sean McCann - Music for Private Ensemble Classic Experimental sounds like a minefield of a genre, but so does rock music I suppose. Some gets a bit twee for my ears, but I like this album. It's kind of warped and interesting. LISTEN BUY