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Cat: BWR 006. Rel: 09 Nov 07
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Chicken Of The Woods
  2. Blacka Moor
  3. Wrong Dance
  4. Fup Fup
  5. Alter
  6. My New Favorite Joke
  7. Wisniowka
  8. Of Savi
  9. Chamomile Lawn
  10. Centrifuge
  11. Seasick Suite
  12. Oxwich Bay
out of stock $0.15
Cat: BWR 002. Rel: 12 Oct 06
Rock
  1. Intro
  2. Curse Of The Wolves
  3. Leonay
  4. Forest Fields Hyson Green
  5. I Can See It Coming (And It's Bad)
  6. Bubbleburster
  7. Interval
  8. In Narita I Stole A Kimono
  9. Scene Direction: Airport Lounge
  10. Phillip Island
  11. Ten Thousand Miles
  12. Claire
  13. Me vs The Combine
  14. Song For Honey
  15. All This Shit I'm Eating Is Leaving A Bad Taste In My Mouth
  16. Goats
  17. Dance Of The Inhabitants Of The Invisible City Of Bladensburg
Review: Chris Summerlin's debut album under the boastful, ironic pseudonym "The Last Of The Real Hardmen" follows six years of releasing lathe-cut vinyl and hand-crafted CDRs that received tiny circulation to no more than a small circle of fans. The quality of the tunes on offer suggest this is a third or fourth album rather than an excitable first. Summerlin is a virtuoso guitarist and lays down electric guitar patterns with drums, field recordings and the occasional bottleneck to provide depth and variation. Instrumental music can be hard to keep interesting and this is where Summerlin's skill really kicks in, injecting his form of purist instrumental music with nods towards inevitably John Fahey merged with the full-bodied widescreen emissions of Tortoise... The lovely folks at Birdwar have also included 6 tracks from Summerlin's ultra-limited lathe cut 10" originally released on Lone Hand recordings and this faultlessly adds to the mass of an almost worryingly beautiful album. Otherworldly and timeless.
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out of stock $6.13
Cat: BWR 005. Rel: 24 May 07
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Falsehearted Chicken
  2. True Born Sons Of Levi
  3. Interlude
  4. Head Over Heels
  5. 1842
  6. Interlude
  7. Another Man Donegone
  8. Lovis Collins
  9. Interlude
  10. Roll On John
  11. Rocky Island
  12. Tribulation
  13. Oh Where
Review: Samamidon is a collaborative effort from Sam Amidon (who has appeared with Nico Muhly and Stars Like Fleas) and Thomas Bartlett (Doveman, Elysian Fields, Chocolate Genius). "But This Chicken Proved Falsehearted" is their debut release, on Bird War. Their fans include Bjork and TV On The Radio.
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out of stock $8.70
Cat: BWR 003. Rel: 24 Mar 07
Leftfield
  1. Circle Is Never Complete
  2. Negativity
  3. Gracefully Silent
  4. Interlude 1
  5. I Don't Want To Believe You
  6. The Heat You Don't Look Out For
  7. Ain't Get No Ode
  8. Why Are You Not Here
  9. Nature
  10. One Day
  11. Interlude 2
  12. So Much Sin To Forgive
  13. Look What I Have Done
Review: Now relocated to the musical hotbed that is Manchester, David Thomas Broughton has seen it fit to root through his boxes of tapes and CDR's to come up with this retrospective of his life in a recording. "It's In There Somewhere" collects thirteen recordings from his dusty collection of recordings. Unusually though, instead of this being a throwaway collection of sketches, these intimate and sometimes haunting songs even transcend his debut, and contain a sincerity and honesty rarely heard on disc. These songs sound like they were never written for the ears of the masses, and embody everything that the modern 'nu-folk' scene purports to be. One part Devandra Banhart and one part Daniel Johnston, we have crumbling synthesized drum-machine ditties ('Circle Is Never Complete') set against gorgeous whispering avant-folk epics ('Gracefully Silent') yet never do the tracks grate or feel like they weren't meant to be heard together. This is like discovering a priceless artefact from the past, something once loved which can so easily be loved again - just listen to the pseudo-electro-folk beauty of "Ain't Got No Sole" for more than enough evidence of this. Broughton has created an album of utterly unique outsider folk-pop which is sure to catapult him into the eyes of the world's music press, but we all know that his music is more than that, more personal and more innocent than anyone could portray with mere words. Listen and be converted to the church of Broughton.
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