What started as a fan email has now blossomed into an incredible release by Peter Gordon and Factory Floor.
Imagine Dinosaur L jamming with Bobby O, K Alexi Shelby, Liaisions Dangereuses, Imagination, some voodoo drummers and Sly & Robbie. It is in our opinion one of the most original and wildest records to come out of anywhere in 2013.
Two definitive dancefloor powers collide with some dark, space, psych-out grooves. Don’t worry, there’s some melody going on here. A serious electronic feel too. The deep vibe of early acid house minimalism is abundant as well. Just listen, and all shall be revealed.
Originally released in 1985 in an edition of 500 copies, this is the first time this album has been available on vinyl for nearly 30 years.
Psyche are a Canadian dark synth pop act centered around singer Darrin Huss. Their version of “Goodbye Horses”, originally made famous by Q Lazzarus, has maintained and continued their renown.
Optimo Music release Organs of Love’s debut EP. Organs of Love are the power-sleaze duo of James McKinven (organs, love) and Alicia Matthews (vocals, love).
Originally released in 1985 for Chris Carter’s “Mondo Beat” LP on Conspiracy International, “Moonlight” is getting a long-overdue single release of the original and reinterpretation from Neurotic Drum Band.
Factory Floor’s ~ (R E A L L O V E) finally gets a single release accompanied by a crushing Optimo remix.
This fantastic Naum Gabo (Jonnie Wilkes/James Savage) release offers covers of two mighty Scottish acts from the 70s/80s – Simple Minds and Fingerprintz.
Ever wanted to hear a bunch of kids tearing into The Stooges “I Wanna be your Dog” and the sublime garage classic “Louie Louie”?
Space System hail from Jakarta, Indonesia and we were instantly smitten by their unique sound, incredible, beautiful production and startling originality.
Optimo Music finally reissue Chris Carter’s lost classic ‘The Spaces Between’ on vinyl.
Alluring and provocative, Louise McVey & Cracks in the Concrete are just the latest in Optimo Music’s quest to find the perfect band for the next David Lynch movie.
Recorded and produced with a nod to the grain and patina of these past eras, via the homemade waywardness of Swell Maps or The Homosexuals, the Older Lover EP is an astute and compelling exercise in dark and seductive rock n roll.
Likened to a roughly grafted assemblage of no-wave punk bands, pig-fuck noise and modern-styled rhythmically violent sounds.
DOLLSKABEAT is a solo artist, producer and performer. Part Scot, part Belarusian, part Spacer Woman. Her musical creations echo electronic, disco and RnB, whilst the arrangement and lyrics go pop.
“Bad Angel”, the debut single for ‘Ned, is out now in the shops – only 500 copies and backed with the 7″ only track “Killer”. Lux Interior will be smiling up from Hell.
This 3-track debut 12” features “Release the Beast”, a bona-fide floorfiller in Glasgow, “Metamophosis” and “Looking for Love” – pure sequential space disco.