30 Nov 2016

Rocket probes – November

Julie's Haircut - Invocation and ritual dance of my demon twin
(JH's first album for Rocket...a unique and masterful album of psych/kraut sounds re-presented for tomorrow)
Julie's Haircut  

Jiboia – Masala
(Really great psychy, grooved out post punk with a strong Middle Eastern vibe on Lovers and Lollipops, well worth checking out!)

Orb – Migration / Birth
(Real nice 7" and album of psych fuzz rock from Australia...toured with Goat and King Gizzard)

Various – Space Echo - The Mystery Behind the Cosmic Sound of Cabo Verde Finally Revealed!
(Amazing comp and a simply mind blowing back story)
Space Echo

David Bowie – When I met you
(Really nice groove running through this track)
David Bowie

Bad Brains – Attitude: The ROIR sessions
(Still as potent as when it was first recorded...you can here the spit and sweat in the room – this album is perfection)
Bad Brains

Coldnose – Trancemania
(New tape of great experimental kurdish influenced electronica and techno)

Jóhann Jóhannsson – Arrival Soundtrack
(Stunning soundtrack for a stunning film)
Jóhann Jóhannsson

Steve Monite – Only you (disco jam)
(Nice slice of afro cosmic disco from 1984)
Steve Monite 

Black Bombain/Peter Brotzmann – Part III
Second Lovers and Lollipops release...great track of repetition, feedback noise and Brotzmann's sax from their collaborative album...calls to mind the great Kevin Martin band GOD)
Black Bombain/Peter Brotzmann

Stereolab – Back catalogue
(Been another month of heavy Stereolab listening)

Prostitutes - Late To Take It Light 
(Analogue Machine Psychedelic Techno)  

The Fall-outs - No Ambition 
(Listening to alot of Grunge bands which lead me to this via Mark Arm, feels a bit Love Battery)   
The Fall-outs 

Feedtime - Curtains 
(Oz Post Punk from the 86 album Shovel, again this one arrived via Mark Arm)   

Orchestra of Skin & Bone - Deadeyes 
(More Post Punk from Oz, this time female fronted and jazzed tinged)   
Orchsetra of Skin & Bone

Listen to a compilation of these and previous tracks from the Rocket probes via our Spotify playlist: