Twenty-seven

LCD Soundsystem – LCD Soundsystem (Rough Trade) A confession: I like to write about albums that do not get major press. This is partly due to a slightly obscurist tendency to which I will gladly cop, but also because what I write is unaffected by what others have written before me. Therefore when writing on […]

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Twenty-eight

Jackson And His Computer Band – Smash (Warp) I was initially turned off this album because of the first song. Not that it was a bad first song, but rather because I’m sure it’s from an advert. And not a particularly good one either; I picture a long camera shot with suited people walking into […]

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Twenty-nine

Asa-Chang and Junray – Minna no Junray (Sony) Minna no Junray is a very strange album, and one that seems not to have been released outside Koichi Asakura’s (the eponymous Asa-Chang) native Japan. Because I am feeling cynical, I will attribute that to the fact that the fun, silly and downright bizarre Minna no Junray […]

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