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A Cold Cell In Bangkok
 in stock $12.10
A Cold Cell In Bangkok (1-sided screen printed 12" 再プレス) (1 per customer)
Cat: OM 38. Rel: 20 Nov 17
  1. A Cold Cell In Bangkok (4:18)
Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
Still // Alone
 in stock $22.85
Cat: OMLP 07. Rel: 27 Feb 17
  1. We Are The Music (6:22)
  2. Vibrational (5:45)
  3. Now We Get Lost (5:26)
  4. Nine (5:07)
  5. // (1:59)
  6. Questions (3:07)
  7. Dust (4:07)
  8. There Is No Love Between Us (4:05)
  9. Rivers (4:18)
Played by: Alex Dallas
End Of Times
 in stock $12.66
Cat: OM 40. Rel: 20 Nov 17
  1. End Of Times (4:29)
  2. Serenity (4:20)
  3. Heart Control (9:06)
  4. Darkness Falls (4:01)
Played by: LesYeuxOrange
Throw Down
 in stock $9.64
Throw Down (12")
Cat: OMD 07. Rel: 29 Aug 16
  1. Throw Down (original mix) (5:05)
  2. Throw Down (Latin Freestyle mix) (5:26)
Review: For the seventh volume in Optimo Music's Disco Plate series, JD Twitch has recruited Alex Warren AKA Kiwi, whose previous releases on Blase Boys Club were particularly well received. "Throw Down" is arguably his most ambition cut yet: a cover version of Carmen's cult 1986 electrofunk jam of the same name that comes in two contrasting versions. On the virtual A-side you'll find Warren's original version, where Ciara Holder's confident, nuanced vocal rides a chunky synth bassline, clipped guitars, sparkling synthesizer flourishes and an unfussy, toe-tapping drum machine rhythm. Arguably even better is the Latin Freestyle mix, which sounds like a long lost Latin Rascals production with additional, spine-tingling piano riffs.
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Surf & Destroy
 in stock $9.64
Cat: OM 35. Rel: 18 Jul 16
  1. Surf & Destroy (8:26)
  2. Teeth (6:51)
  3. Brothers Bed (7:22)
  4. Mobiliser (6:12)
Review: There seems to be no let up in the quality - or quantity, for that matter - of music to emerge from Glashow's legendary Green Door Studio. Mr TC AKA Thomas Clarke first emerged from the analogue-rich recording space last autumn, releasing the acclaimed Soundtrack For Strangers EP on Optimo Music. This follow-up is, if anything, even better, and continues Clarke's passion for combining a variety of electronic and live instruments in a variety of floor-friendly styles. Highlights include the Factory Floor style industrial-acid chug of "Surf & Destroy", the clarinet-heavy post-punk dread of "Teeth", and the sparse, no-wave freak-out "Mobiliser".
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Penelope One
 in stock $17.07
Cat: OMLP 11. Rel: 19 Jun 17
  1. Puppets (3:08)
  2. Gravel Mouth (3:12)
  3. Untitled 1 (2:20)
  4. Gone (3:03)
  5. The Hair Shirt (4:02)
  6. Untitled 4 (1:44)
  7. Heartbreak (2:39)
  8. Gold Universe (2:48)
  9. Untitled 3 (2:17)
  10. Low (2:50)
  11. 9 Monkey (2:45)
Review: Apart from a few excellent solo appearances under her own name for the Cult Hero label, Penelope Trappes has has been primarily active across the Lismore and The Golden Filter projects, two names which have received plenty of praise from ourselves over the years. This time, however, she appears on Scotland's Optimo Music on her own, and Penelope One is probably the best and most poignant example of what this woman can do behind the mixing desk. Through a mixture of ambience and puristic cold-waves, Trappes builds a veritable journey from start to finish, never afraid to stick to her own vision of what synth music should be. Importantly, this is not a collection of tunes; it is clear that plenty of work and calibration and gone into making this into a single-minded proposition - something that could not be listened to without the context of its tracks as a whole. Moody but equally vibrant, Penelope One will draw you into its own reality.
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Cease & Desist: DIY! Cult Classics From The Post Punk Era 1978-1982
 in stock $20.91
Cat: OMDIYLP. Rel: 02 Nov 15
  1. Tesco Bombers - "Break The Ice At Parties" (1:53)
  2. Sara Goes Pop - "Sexy Terrorist" (2:22)
  3. People In Control - "When It's War" (3:19)
  4. Nancy Sesay & The Melodaries - "C'est Fab" (4:21)
  5. The Distributors - "TV Me" (3:55)
  6. Dorothy - "Softness" (3:06)
  7. Thomas Leer - "Private Plane" (3:59)
  8. Visitors - "Electric Heat" (3:45)
  9. The Murphy Federation - "Fed Up Skank" (4:54)
  10. The Distributors - "Never Never" (3:15)
  11. The Cro-Tones - "Tea Machine Dub" (3:31)
  12. Fatal Microbes - "Violence Grows" (3:11)
  13. The Spunky Onions - "How I Lost My Virginity" (3:32)
  14. The Fakes - "Look Out" (3:10)
  15. The 012 - "Meltdown Situation" (3:29)
  16. The Prats - "Disco Pope" (2:41)
Review: Whilst a disproportionate amount of cultural noise has been made regarding the punk rock revolution of the late-'70s, a good deal of what actually transpired and has since been celebrated essentially amounts to yet more rock orthodoxy in different clothing. This balance is redressed by this invigorating and inspiring collection, put together by Glasgow's redoubtable aesthetes Optimo, and chronicling a time when many young ingenues were genuinely inspired to pick up instruments with nary a rulebook in sight - bands like Fatal Microbes, Spunky Onions and The Prats may never have stood a chance commercially, yet the gloriously unreconstructed racket of this collection bristles with enduring energy and electricity.
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Dress Code (Don't Look At My Car)
 in stock $17.07
Cat: OMZUMMO 02. Rel: 12 Sep 16
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. The Tape Is Chill (5:53)
  2. How Does It Feel? (3:12)
  3. Well Let Me Say Something (5:04)
  4. Do You Know What To Wear Do You Know? (3:07)
  5. What Do You Want Do You? (4:17)
  6. Life Is Real (3:43)
  7. Break Up The Pill (1:20)
  8. Well Let Me Tell You Something (1:37)
Review: A couple of years back, Optimo Music reissued a classic chunk of NYC downtown experimentation from Peter Zummo, a post-modern composer arguably best known for his work with Arthur Russell. Thrillingly, this follow-up marks the multi-instrumentalist's first new album for many years. Full of his delay-laden trumpet lines, tumbling trombone, and spaced-out beats, Dress Code (Don't Look At My Car) feels like the products of an unlikely collaboration between Holgar Czukay, Konk and the Idjut Boys. It's all devilishly hard to pin down, but never less than inspired, with Zummo serving up both downtempo and upbeat compositions in his unique, fusion style.
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