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Mr Oizo: Pourriture
29/05/2009

A new remix EP of tracks from Mr Oizo's brilliantly unhinged 'Lambs Anger' album gets the thumbs up from Joe Shooman. read more...

Montgomery: Stromboli
27/05/2009

Kieron Tyler finds that the contemplative five-piece from Rennes only sporadically escape their influences to find a genuine voice. read more...

Krazy Baldhead: The B Suite
23/05/2009

Joe Shooman plunges into an ambitious, headspinning new release from the Ed Banger stable. read more...

Franklin: Every Now and Then
20/05/2009

The new side-project from Franck Rabeyrolles (Double U) merges acid-fried West Coast song craft, analogue keyboard sounds and crisp electronic percussion. It's like Crosby Still and Nash produced by Boards of Canada, reckons David McKenna. read more...

GaBLĂ©: I'm OK
13/05/2009

David McKenna gets to grips with the artfully assembled collages of spooky folk sounds, hip-hop beats and scratchy jazz samples on the new EP from the Normandy trio. read more...

Le Klub des 7: La Classe de Musique
26/04/2009

The second album from Klub des 7 is a sharp, focused set celebrating classroom smarts and old-skool virtues, says David McKenna. read more...

Charlotte and Magon: Love Happening
14/04/2009

A couple meet on the internet, fall in love and make an album testifying to their love for each other. Sappy? Yes, says David McKenna, but also curiously compelling. read more...

Yuksek: Away from the Sea
10/04/2009

Joe Shooman praises the attitude and invention on the debut album from the new dance wonderkid. read more...

Flairs: Sweat Symphony
31/03/2009

Flairs' fledgling album sees bassist-for-hire Lionel Rault spreading his pop wings, says David McKenna. read more...

Barth: Cuchillo & Chuchillo Revisited
24/03/2009

Joe Shooman celebrates the through-the-looking-glass pop of the maverick songwriter on his latest opus and a companion album of remixes and demos. read more...