The Third Eye Foundation, "Little Lost Soul"

Finally, this is the album we all knew Matt Elliot could make.
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CHARALAMBIDES, "INTERNAL/ETERNAL"

With their latestrelease--their 6th or 7th perhaps?--the Austin via Houston duo ofChristina and Tom Carter have created a disc of subtle psychedelia,imbued with reverberating guitar echoes and luscious drones.
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FIVE WAY MIRROR, "TRANSCENDENCE"

I really had no idea what to expect when I put this disc on, and was quickly blown (okay, washed) away.
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FLUXION, HALLUCINATOR, ROUND ONE - ROUND FIVE

Three new cd offeringsfrom the Berlin based Basic Channel / Chain Reaction family: Fluxion"Vibrant Forms" and Hallucinator "Landlocked" on Chain Reaction and"Round One to Round Five 1993 - 1999" on Main Street Records, allavailable domestically in the U.S. via EFA/Caroline.
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RAJNA, "YAHILI"

Despite their seeminglyunlikely French origin, Rajna's latest album Yahili so stronglyreflects the band's passion for South Asian music that their nativecountry becomes easily forgotten.
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LAZARUS CLAMP / 2 BY BUKOWSKI SPLIT 7"

Once again, JonathanWhiskey hits one out of the ballpark. Kicking off their split 7"series, the concept behind it being one unknown band and one known, theonly thing I could possibly gripe about is the near-impossible to openmailer sleeve.
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"Kid 606 and Friends Vol. 1"

This is a tasty introduction to anyone who's fans of the hard, fast, campy, meaty, zesty and beaty.

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Kid606 - Kid606 and Friends, Vol. 1

 

 

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NURSE WITH WOUND, "THE SWINGING REFLECTIVE"

Another collection thisweek from a brainwashed artist, this mid-priced NWW release collectsvarious collaborative efforts from 1980 - 1999.
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FLYING SAUCER ATTACK, "MIRROR"

Drag City releases thisCD this month, previously only available through FSA's own "Heartbeat"in the UK in a limited edition of 1,000 clear vinyl LPs and 2,000 CDs.
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DISC, "BRAVE2EP"

Glitch glitch click clicksk-k-k-k-k-k-k-ips. Perhaps it's Oval, but no, the cuts are sharper,faster and it makes less musical sense.
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