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Rock / Indie Recommendations August 2014

Juno Recommends Rock/Indie

Juno Recommends Rock/Indie

Rock/Indie Recommendations August 2014
4 Aug 2014
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Cat: C56 048. Rel: 28 Jul 14
Rock
  1. Mandy (Mudd extended vocal mix)
  2. Mandy (Mudd extended dub mix)
out of stock $9.05
2
Cat: XLLP 647. Rel: 14 Jul 14
Indie
  1. The Heat
  2. Accelerate
  3. Busy Earnin'
  4. Platoon
  5. Drops
  6. Time
  7. Smoking Pixels
  8. Julia
  9. Crumbler
  10. Son Of A Gun
  11. Lucky I Got What I Want
  12. Lemonade Lake
 in stock $18.11
3
Cat: HB 002. Rel: 07 Jul 14
50s/60s
  1. Louis Jordan - "Saturday Night Fish Fry" (edit)
  2. Bobby Bland - "Honey Child" (edit)
Review: Last year veteran London selector Richio Suzuki built off the success of his Hawaiian Bop club nights with the launch of an affiliated edits label, and true to form the first beautifully presented 7" release sold out swiftly. The man Richio is back with a second 7" here and the care and subtlety of the edit is very much evident once again. Leading the stampede is a tweak on Louis Jordan's big band swing standard "Saturday Night Fish Fry" which has been treated with a dash more bump in the bassline by Suzuki, whilst the flip switches the focus to a certified member of The Blues Hall of Fame in Bobby Bland. Here Bobby's trademark growl is blessed by a decidedly latin arrangement that will nice up many a Bop.
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out of stock $7.65
4
Cat: NUNS 005V. Rel: 21 Jul 14
Indie
  1. Hey Ya!
  2. Prototype
 in stock $11.05
5
Cat: SCEB 913LP. Rel: 07 Jul 14
Rock
  1. Flying
  2. Imphormal
  3. Murder
  4. Gap
  5. Militar Police
  6. New Experiences
  7. Fall Out
  8. Obstinacy
  9. Description
  10. Flying
  11. Imphormal
  12. Murder
  13. Gap
  14. Militar Police
  15. New Experiences
  16. Fall Out
  17. Obstinacy
  18. Description
Review: This deliberately mysterious outfit hailed from Italy, and this, the first of two previously ultra-rare and highly collectible LPs, is no less than a psychedelic classic, chock full of wild keyboards, fuzz guitar rampage, blissed-out trance states and fearful avant-garde trickery. It's been ascertained that Braen's Machine was the work of heralded soundtrack composer Perio Ulimani, as well as Morricone collaborator Allesandro Allesandroni, and this would make perfect sense, as "Underground" is very much in the metier of Italian soundtrack legends Goblin, and bound to appeal to fans of the widescreen psych sweep of Aphrodite's Child. Bellisima.
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out of stock $22.64
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Cat: CBS 303526. Rel: 07 Jul 14
Indie
  1. I've Been Waitin' For Tomorrow (All Of My Life)
  2. This Is The Day
  3. The Sinking Feeling
  4. Uncertain Smile
  5. The Twilight Hour
  6. Soul Mining
  7. Giant
  8. Uncertain Smile (New York 12" version)
  9. Perfect (New York 12" version)
  10. This Is The Day (12" version)
  11. Fruit Of The Heart
  12. Perfect (London 12" version)
  13. I've Been Waitin' For Tomorrow (All Of My Life) (12" mix)
Review: A triumph of enigmatic melody and an enduring document of one artist's personal vision, Matt Johnson's 1983 album still sounds as unique and affecting thirty years on as it did on its release. Replete with bittersweet gems like "This Is The Day" and "Uncertain Smile", "Soul Mining" is an album of paradoxes; too deft of touch to be rock, too weighty to be pop, it defies genre, and still sounds fresh despite being a product of Thatcher's '80s. Moreover, this album, which Johnson would arguably never top, is testimony to the good cheer that can be spread by even the most perennially gloomy songsmith.
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 in stock $75.87
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Cat: MRG 220LP. Rel: 14 Jul 14
Indie
  1. Tally No
  2. Platypus
  3. Billy Two
  4. Thumbs Off
  5. Anything Could Happen
  6. Sad Eyed Lady
  7. Point That Thing Somewhere Else
  8. Fish
  9. Flowers
  10. Side On
  11. Slug Song
  12. Beatnik
  13. End Of My Dream
  14. On Again/Off Again
  15. At The Bottom
  16. Getting Older
  17. Scrap Music
  18. Whatever I Do Is Right
  19. Two Fat Sisters (live)
  20. Oddity
  21. Quickstep (live)
  22. At The Bottom (live)
  23. Drawing To A Hole
  24. I Wait Around
  25. The Blue
  26. Someone
  27. Big Soft Punch
  28. Diamonds Shine
  29. Big Cat
  30. Outside The Cage
  31. Safe In The Rain
  32. Secret Place
  33. Do Your Thing
  34. Linger Longer
  35. Too Much Violence
  36. Trapped In Amber
  37. Psychedelic Ranger
  38. Late Last Night
  39. Ludwig
  40. Wipe Me, I'm Lucky
  41. Frank & Kafka At The Zoo
  42. Clutch
  43. Balkans
  44. Indigo Blue
  45. Chumpy
  46. Twist Top
Review: "Anthology" serves as a celebration of The Clean, a band whose influence extends so far beyond their New Zealand home that even if you have never heard of The Clean before, you have surely heard of some of the bands (Pavement, Yo La Tengo, and Superchunk, to name a few) who have been influenced by their unique blend of homemade garage rock, hook-filled melodies and psychedelic experimentalism.

The album is a compilation from across The Clean's legendary career, which began in 1981 and continues today. Merge originally released the two CD "Anthology" in 2003, but now this collection is available on quadruple LP. "Anthology" kicks off with The Clean's call-to-arms debut "Tally Ho!"; the story of the infectious track's $60 recording bill is now legendary. It continues with the early EPs "Boodle Boodle Boodle" and "Great Sounds Great" in their entirety. The hits "Billy Two", "Anything Could Happen", "Beatnik" and "Getting Older", live favorites like "Point That Thing Somewhere Else" and instrumentals "Fish" and "At the Bottom" all serve up memories of the joyous noise that characterized The Clean of that time. These recordings, mostly made by the band with Chris Knox and Doug Hood at the helm of the 4-track, capture the bright, raw sound of a classic garage band.

After a brief breakup, the band recorded "Vehicle" in 1989, made in three days and engineered by Alan Moulder (Smashing Pumpkins, Nine Inch Nails, My Bloody Valentine). The sounds of "Vehicle" and the two albums that followed it, "Modern Rock" (1994) and "Unknown Country" (1996), make up the bulk of discs 3 and 4 of the vinyl "Anthology". In addition to selections from these full-length recordings, "Anthology" includes two songs released only on a US 7 inch and two that appeared on a bonus flexidisc with the "Modern Rock" LP.
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out of stock $53.21
8
Cat: WIGLP 338X. Rel: 21 Jul 14
Indie
  1. Something To Believe In
  2. Cargill
  3. Largs (long)
  4. Miserable Strangers
  5. Leaf Piece (long)
  6. For One Night Only
  7. Bluebell, Cockleshell, 123
  8. One Floor Down
  9. Crystal 8s
  10. Pauper's Dough
  11. A Prairie Tale
  12. Favourite Girl
  13. Melt
  14. Marie Celeste
  15. Carry On Dancing
  16. Hair Of The Dawn
  17. Return Ticket
  18. 6,7,8
  19. Bringing In The Bales
out of stock $20.67
9
Cat: LAD 018. Rel: 04 Aug 14
Indie
  1. Turn Around
  2. Boys & Girls
  3. Turn Around (Ame remix)
out of stock $10.76
10
Cat: AFZLP 082. Rel: 22 Nov 10
Rock
  1. The Sensual World
  2. Love & Anger
  3. The Fog
  4. Reaching Out
  5. Heads We're Dancing
  6. Deeper Understanding
  7. Between A Man & A Woman
  8. Never Be Mine
  9. Rocket's Tail
  10. This Woman's Work
out of stock $44.15
11
Cat: AMER 209092. Rel: 21 Jul 14
50s/60s
  1. The Man Comes Around
  2. Personal Jesus
 in stock $10.48
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VARIOUS
Cat: LITA 116LP. Rel: 14 Jul 14
Folk/Americana
  1. Billy Swan - "Don't Be Cruel"
  2. Bob Darin - "Me & Mr Hohner"
  3. Hoyt Axton - "California Women"
  4. Townes Van Zandt - "Hunger child Blues"
  5. Thomas Jefferson Kaye - "Collection Box"
  6. Willie Nelson - "Shotgun Willie"
  7. Jackie DeShannon - "The Wight"
  8. Gene Clark & Doug Dillard - "Don't Let Me Down"
  9. Bill Wilson - "Pay Day Give Away"
  10. Dolly Parton - "Getting Happy"
  11. Larry Williams & Johnny Watson With The Kaleidoscope - "Nobody"
  12. Jim Ford - "Rising Sing"
  13. JJ Cale - "Cajun Moon"
  14. Donnie Fritts - "Sumpin Funky Going On"
  15. Kenny Rogers & The First Edition - "Tulsa Turnaround"
  16. Great Spackled Bird - "Long Long Time To Get Old"
  17. Willis Alan Ramsey - "Northeast Texas Women"
Review: In 2012, "Country Funk 1969-1975 (Volume I)" gathered together songs from a genre with no name. It's a genre created not from geography or shared ideology, but a term applied retrospectively based solely on the feel of the songs: hip-swinging rhythms with bourbon on the breath. These were songs to make your cowboy boots itchy, written and performed by the likes of Bobbie Gentry, Johnny Jenkins and Link Wray. Songs that encompass the elation of gospel with the sexual thrust of the blues; country hoedown harmonies cut with inner city grit. Compiled from tracks dating from the late '60s to the mid '70s, "Country Funk" is the sound of country music blending with sounds and scenes from coast to coast, white America's heartland music blending with the melting pot as the nation assessed its identity in advance of its bicentennial year.

The good news for the people who fell in love with the first volume of "Country Funk" is this: there's plenty more where that came from. Light In The Attic has followed up that first 16-track disc with a second volume, "Country Funk Volume II 1967 - 1974", and a new set of loose-talking, lap steel-twanging tracks. On the single CD / 2xLP volume you'll find household names like Willie Nelson, Townes Van Zandt, Kenny Rogers, Jackie DeShannon, JJ Cale, Bobby Darin and Dolly Parton. You'll also find obscure artists like Bill Wilson, whose lost "Ever Changing Minstrel" album was produced by the feted Dylan producer Bob Johnston, and Thomas Jefferson Kaye, noted producer of Gene Clark's opus "No Other". Gene Clark's here too, as half of Dillard & Clark, wringing raw emotion from The Beatles' "Don't Let Me Down".
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out of stock $35.39
13
Cat: DC 603LP. Rel: 21 Jul 14
Psych/Garage Rock
  1. The Recently Found
  2. Anger! Who Keeps You Under?
  3. Like That
  4. Sandra (When The Earth Dies)
  5. Wolf Gets Red Faced
  6. Goodbye Law
  7. Arrow Man
  8. Actor
  9. Hard Water
  10. The Light
  11. Afraid Of What It's Worth
  12. Fear
  13. Raven On White Cadillac
  14. Paranoid Bait
Review: Until this point, the project of Tim Presley was largely a bedroom-bound garage rock proposition, but "For The Recently Found Innocent" was recorded in the studio of his friend and fellow '60s revivalist Ty Segall, who also contributes drums. His first effort for Chicago label Drag City, the result is a vibrant slab of Buffalo Springfield-style songsmithery and Syd Barrett-esque whimsy, that manages to avoid the lure of the overly reverential in favour of a maverick spark that sets these kaleidoscopic transmissions from the ether alight. This marks the point where Presley truly comes into his own as a psychedelic seer, joining the dots between the California of the '60s and the thrift store chic of 2014.
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out of stock $19.81
14
  1. The Black Albinos - "Shish Kebab"
  2. Floyd Dakil Combo - "Dance, Franny, Dance"
  3. Gregory Dee & The Avanties - "Nervous Breakdown"
  4. Ric Cartey with The Jiva-Tones - "Oooh-Eeee"
  5. Jett Powers with Vince Parle & The Raunch Hands - "Go Girl Go"
  6. Mike Waggoner & Bops - "Baby Baby"
  7. Bob Taylor & The Counts - "Taylor's Rock"
  8. The Dazzlers - "Gee Whiz"
  9. The Raiders - "Hocus Pocus"
  10. The Col-Lee-Jets - "Jam & Jelly"
  11. Benny Joy - "Little Red Book"
  12. Bill Allen & The Back Beats - "Please Give Me Something"
  13. Gene La Marr & His Blue Flames - "That Crazy Little House On The Hill"
  14. Benny Joy - "Steady With Betty"
  15. The Emanons - "Stomper"
  16. Billy Adams & The Rock-A-Teers - "You Gotta Have A Duck Tail"
  17. George Fleming - "The Shake"
  18. Felix & His Fabulous Cats - "Hey Tiger!"
  19. Big John Taylor - "Money Money"
  20. Kuf-Linx - "Service With A Smile" (feat John Jennings)
out of stock $16.97
15
  1. Louis Prima & His New Orleans Gang - "House Rent Party Day"
  2. Duke Ellington - "It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)" (feat Ivie Anderson)
  3. Count Basie - "Sent For You Yesterday" (feat Jimmy Rushing)
  4. Tiny Bradshaw - "Shout, Sister Shout"
  5. Jimmie Linceford Orchestra - "Stratosphere"
  6. Cab Calloway & Leon Chu Berry - "Savage Rhythm"
  7. Gene Krupa & Irene Daye - "Drum Boogie"
  8. Artie Shaw & His Gramarcy Five - "Special Delivery Stomp"
  9. Tommy Dorsey - "Loose Lid Special"
  10. Charlie Barnet - "Redskin Rhumba"
  11. Benny Goodman Orchestra - "Roll 'Em"
  12. Bob Crosby Orchestra - "Diga Diga Doo" (parts 1 & 2)
  13. Artie Shaw - "Traffic Jam"
  14. Casa Loma Orchestra & Glen Gray - "Zig Zag"
  15. Jimmy Lunceford Orchestra - "Lunceford Special"
  16. Bud Freeman & His Summa Cum Laude Orchestra - "The Eel"
  17. Coleman Hawkins & His Orchestra - "Rocky Comfort"
  18. Big Sid Cartlet - "I Never Knew"
  19. Gene Krupa & His Chicago Allstars - "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles"
  20. Slim Gillard & His Flat Foot Floogie Boys - "Chicken Rhythm"
  21. Will Bradley & His Orchestra - "Beat Me Daddy (Eight To The Bar)"
  22. Harry James & His Orchestra - "Back Beat Boogie"
  23. Earl Hines & His Orchestra - "Ridin' & Jivin'"
  24. Hot Lips Page & His Orchestra - "They Raided The Joint"
out of stock $25.76
16
Cat: PAXAM 034. Rel: 07 Jul 14
Rock
  1. Gimme Something Good
  2. Aching For More
out of stock $4.53
17
Cat: RUG 580. Rel: 28 Jul 14
Indie
  1. Don't Make Me Over
  2. Hello Stranger
out of stock $6.22
18
VARIOUS
Cat: STAGO 50. Rel: 21 Jul 14
50s/60s
  1. Bobby Beck - "Swinging On A Chandelier"
  2. Barbara McNair - "He's A King"
  3. Helen Grayco - "Lilly's Lament (Cell 29)"
  4. Sylvie Mora - "Taboo"
  5. Nina Simone - "The Gal From Joe's"
  6. Big Maybelle - "Rain Down Rain"
  7. Scatmnan Crothers - "Dead Man's Blues"
  8. Lorrie Collins - "Another Man Done Gone"
  9. Larry O'Keefe - "Love's Dream"
  10. Johnny Carroll - "Bandstand Doll"
  11. Dick Penner - "Cindy Lou"
  12. Santo & Johnny - "Summertime"
  13. Lee Hazelwood - "The Girl On Death Row" (with Duane Eddy & His Orchestra)
  14. Eddie Miller & His Band - "Ghost Town"
out of stock $22.64
19
Cat: UREP 335. Rel: 07 Jul 14
Rock
  1. Hand Of Doom (feat Alex Maas)
  2. Hand Of Doom (feat Alex Maas - instrumental)
  3. The Wizard (feat Alex Marrero)
  4. The Wizard (feat Alex Marrero - instrumental)
out of stock $11.27
20
Cat: 888430 496217. Rel: 07 Jul 14
Indie
  1. Futurology
  2. Walk Me To The Bridge
  3. Let's Go To War
  4. The Next Jet To Leave Moscow
  5. Europa Geht Durch Mich
  6. Divine Youth
  7. Sex, Power, Love & Money
  8. Dreaming A City (Hughesovka)
  9. Black Square
  10. Between The Clock & The Bed
  11. Misguided Missile
  12. The View From Stow Hill
  13. Mayakovsky
Review: The Manics hold a unique position in the British rock annals, having managed to deliver stadium-sized bombast with an equally big heart for well over 20 years. Yet part of their charm is that they've never allowed themselves to get too comfortable in any one style, and "Futurology" marks another left-turn from this restless yet reliable troupe. Taking influences from krautrock and early '80s pop, and adding an electronic sheen to their gutsy stylings, "Futurology" deviates from the guitar-heavy style of yore. This band show no signs of falling prey to nostalgia or trading on former glories, and this album demonstrates that their generously-sized heart beats as boldly as ever.
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out of stock $21.24
21
Cat: MRG 470LP. Rel: 14 Jul 14
Rock
  1. North Cackalacky Girl
  2. Never Coming Home
  3. Falling Rain
  4. If You Gotta Leave
  5. You Did Wrong
  6. Once More
  7. My My
  8. Starting New
  9. Baby, It's Too Late
  10. In My Dreams
  11. I'm Trying (To Be The Man You Need)
Review: If it's both garage-rock ramalama and infectious songwriting you want, not to mention a record that sounds like it's been beamed in staight from 1966, look no further than the current project of Greg Cartwright, legendary progenitor of The Oblivians and The Compulsive Gamblers amongst others, whose incredible tunesmithery as well as his sheer joie-de-vivre have been responsible for some of the most memorable moments of the last twenty years in garageland. "Reigning Sound" takes a more laidback, organ-assisted and string-abetted tack, blending its rock'n'soul blasts with country-tinged melancholy and Brill building finesse, yet always with Cartwright's impossible-to-resist presence at front and centre. You're unlikely to hear an old-fashioned rock 'n' roll record this year that you're likely to want to spin over and over like this one.
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out of stock $21.80
22
VARIOUS
Cat: MRP 067LP. Rel: 14 Jul 14
Blues
  1. Bukka White - "Fixin' To Die Blues"
  2. Tommy Jhnson - "Cool Drink Of Water Blues"
  3. Frank Hutchinson - "The Train That Carried My Girl From Town"
  4. Two Poor Boys - "Two White Horses In A Line"
  5. William Harris - "Bullfrog Blues"
  6. George Carter - "Ghost Woman Blues"
  7. Wille Brown - "Future Blues"
  8. Lottie Kimbrough - "Don't Speak To Me"
  9. Long Cleeve Reed & Little Harvey Hull - "Stack O Lee Blues"
  10. Washington White - "Sic Em' Dogs On Me"
  11. Henry Simms - "Be True, Be True"
  12. Dick Reinhardt - "Ramblling Love"
  13. Monroe Moe Jackson - "Go Away From My Door"
Review: Compilation of absolutely must-have country blues. A mix of well known artists playing their signature songs, and more obscure musicians.

Highlights include Bukka White's elemental "Fixin' To Die", Lottie Kimbrough's seldom heard "Don't Speak To Me", George Carter's haunting "Ghost Woman Blues", Willie Brown's existential "Future Blues", Monroe Moe Jackson's wild "Go Away From My Door" and many more hits. The real stuff, and some of Mississippi Records' all time favorite tunes.
out of stock $14.45
23
Cat: HVN 286. Rel: 07 Jul 14
Indie
  1. Shelter Song (Justin Robertson Deadstock 33 remix)
  2. Shelter Song (Leftside Wobble Rocks The Discoteque remix)
  3. Shelter Song (Society remix)
  4. Shelter Song (Jagwar Mar Jono Wrong mix dub)
out of stock $8.78
24
Cat: SCR 085LP. Rel: 14 Jul 14
Indie
  1. Game Love
  2. Let's Grow
  3. Clean & Serene
  4. Vast Space
  5. Grey Area
  6. Seasoned Sun
  7. Play
  8. Hot Water
  9. Everything
  10. I Want To Dance
out of stock $17.56
25
Cat: BALTIC 003LP. Rel: 21 Jul 14
Indie
  1. Lost For Words
  2. Summer Dreaming
  3. Disco Lights
  4. Look On Your Face
  5. Dance With Me
  6. PTFO
  7. Tonight
  8. Santa Monica
  9. Sunny Day
  10. Fiesta
Review: Look up The Tea Street Band and you'll find this Liverpool act describe themselves as the "bastard mutilation that in its most extreme" with 808 State, Doves and baggy icons The Happy Mondays offered as reference point. Spend some time with their eponymous debut album and you'll find ten tracks that live up to this billing, dwelling in a zone where the lure of the bright lights of the weekend nightlife meets the glowing effects pedal lights of the indie practice room, and therefore it follows that their debut marks a marriage between dancefloor beats and boisterous invective, likely to appeal to fans of Friendly Fires, Klaxons and Flowered Up alike. For all those wondering if the dance-rock demimonde was in need of a shot in the arm, look no further.
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out of stock $16.42
26
  1. Mirage
  2. Land Of Some Other Order
  3. The Dire & Ever Circling Wolves
  4. Left In The Desert
  5. Lens Of Uncrectified Night
  6. An Inquest Concerning Teeth
  7. Rainford (The Felon Wind)
  8. The Dry Lake
  9. Tethered To The Polestar
  10. Untitled
Review: Dylan Carlson had already been the sole progenitor of an entire metal subgenre when Hex was released, his early albums with Earth having birthed a minimal drone-based elixir that both functioned on an avant-garde level and boiled the sound of the power chord down to its bones. Hex was originally released in 2005, and frequently changing hands from increasingly inordinate amounts prior to this reissue, marking the point where he took the spirit of his old band and metamorphosised it miraculously into a spare, dusty and expansively atmospheric sound more redolent of Neil Young's Deadman and the work of Ennio Morricone than his unflinching previous work. A frontier-destroying blueprint, and an enduring modern classic.
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out of stock $25.19
27
Cat: 109 GONE. Rel: 07 Jul 14
Indie
  1. Fix
  2. Modern
out of stock $6.78
28
Cat: COMM 098. Rel: 07 Jul 14
Rock
  1. Fallout
out of stock $6.78
29
Cat: HVN 288. Rel: 07 Jul 14
Indie
  1. Wire Frame Mattress
  2. The Holy Tightrope
out of stock $7.92
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