Category Archives: Lo fi

SONG OF THE DAY Madrigal – The Ballad (Dreams)

“Pioneering at the time and still unique today, vague parallels could be made to Suicide, the Patron Saints and Velvet Underground’s third LP, but first and last Madrigal can only be understood on its own….”(Subliminal Sounds – Bandcamp) Never originally … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Martin Bruhn – Música Huanca

“In short, this album represents the constant search for my own carnival and this time I am happy to invite the rest of the world to join this great fiesta.” Due for release next week, Germany’s Shika Shika Records are proud … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Ty Segall – People These Days

Today’s sublime piece of garage rock was one of Ty Segall’s earliest solo recordings! Originally self-released as a cdr EP in 2007, this small selection of songs were accompanied by the liner notes detailing how,  “ALL SONGS BY TY SEGALL.RECORDED … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Palace Music – More Brother Rides

There are moments in this song where Joseph Will Oldham a.k.a Palace Music (a.k.a Bonnie “Prince” Billy, Admiral Wiley Balls, High & Blue, Little Willy Bulgakov, Pushkin Will, Tusitala De Las Olas, Wayne Olephant, Will Oldham) hollers out some real … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Cut Worms – The Golden Sky

Dipping a toe or two into the calm waters of yesteryears, Cut Worms, a.k.a Max Clarke, likes to bathe in all things bygone.  In fact, he appreciates these past-times so much that even his music is shaped around an old … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Shifters – Left Bereft

Releasing their cool mix of indie and post-punk, Melbourne’s Shifters emerged five years ago; originally self-releasing all of their music. Consisting of, Ryan Coffey (Drums/vocals), Lloyd Davies (Bass), Tristan Davies (Guitar, Vocals), Miles Jansen (Vocals, Guitar), Chris Gray (Drums, Guitar) … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Crystal Stilts – Magnetic Moon

Although this band have never affiliated their sound to Joy Division, nor have they ever claimed to be fans, there’s no denying that little bit of Ian Curtis in the vocals and distinct post-punk smatterings to their creations. Formed in … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Ghetto Berries – Spunky Express

Following on from yesterdays Spunky Onions track, I couldn’t resist featuring the b-side to their one and only 45, released in 1979 on indie label, Templebeat Records Spunky Onions formed in London late 1976 and although they had many different … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Spunky Onions – How I Lost My Virginity

It would appear that artist, Matthew James Duguid, a.k.a Mat Ducasse, has a real penchant for weird and wonderful band names…I mean, just get a load of these: Coco Electrik, Flight, Invisible, Phantom Hand Band, Skylab, The Delusions Of Grandeur, … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY John MOuse – Le Pigeon

Listen to this track and you may never feel at ease around pigeons again!  Who would’ve thought to write such a random and menacing narrative about a seemingly harmless bird!! When lockdown commenced, Welsh singer-songwriter, John Davies, a.k.a. John MOuse, … Continue reading

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