track for today… psudoku 'cWaRP-4'

A little something for you, if psychedelic prog post-metal chaos sounds up your street. Psudoku are a Norwegian enigma with a knack for energetic, grooving, pummelling, music. They have a new album due out imminently.

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track for today… the monsieurs 'falun gong (remix)'

The Monsieurs are a Boston-based econo-garage band. 'Falun Gong (Remix)' sounds to me like the 1960s girl group-tinged indie-pop of the 1980s, as played by Coachwhips. Keeping up? For that reason, to paraphrase Dragon's Den, I'm in.

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track for today… nimzo-indian 'melt bird'

Here's a track from Nimzo-Indian, a musician, artist and illustrator with a tendency to build his own instruments - including turntables and miniature guitars. Many more tunes available here, and read about the art'n'things here.

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track for today… eccentronic research council 'm.b. motorcycle enthusiast'

The opening track from Eccentronic Research Council's Magpie Billy & The Egg That Yolked album, released earlier this year on their Desolate Spools label. Weird'n'wonderful pseudo-hauntology with a definite Northern twist and narration by Maxine Peake.

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track for today… thee mvps 'amok time'

This is the B-side to Thee MVPs' single 'Oh Sally', released on Slovenly Recordings. The band are from Gravesend and cite both Coachwhips and Billy Childish as being influential on their sounds. Can't argue with that. Garage excellence.

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