• Single Of The Month 02.01

    Nicole Elmer - Beef Bouilion

    Nicole Elmer - Beef Bouilion

    Finding life a chore? Kids grinding you down? Nicole Elmer vents her frustration and spleen like every valium and apple pie-fuelled 'mom' in Fifties America suddenly rose in unison and eviscerated their loved ones, Dawn Of The Dead style, while screeching about "boneless pork loin" and "Wor-cester-shire sauce". Domestic godess she ain't: it's like The Slits meeting Panacea at the Butthole Surfers' barbecue, to paraphrase Derrick May. Pure anti-social goodness. oh yes

  • Nicole Elmer - Beef Bouilion

    Nicole Elmer - Beef Bouilion

    First in a series of limited edition 7"s on Planet Mu. New Orleans based Nicole Elmer has caused a stir on the US underground electronic scene with releases as Neutral (Mad Monkey Records) and Squab Teen (Turducken Recordings). With a sound sitting somewhere in between the beat cutup mayhem of Kid606, the detuned accoustic melting pot of Toah Dynamic and the riot grrl ethic of Huggy Bear, this is pure sleaze mashup territory....Check! Limited to 500 copies only for the world.

  • Nicole Elmer - Beef Bouilion

    Nicole Elmer - Beef Bouilion

    Answering machine, fuckered amens and tater tots with steak sauce poured on a baby jesus doll. Some weird business about a lost sweatshirt and cupee doll and that baby jesus doll, what the hell? This record makes me feel like I ate a bag of gummy jesuses right out of the tv, I like that.

  • Tim Tetlow - Beauty Walks A Razor's Edge

    Reviewed by Todd Burns (stylus magazine)

    Tim Tetlow - Beauty Walks A Razor's Edge

    Transport yourself back to 1995. IDM was still in its infancy and innovation in electronic music was happening around every corner. Aphex Twin, Autechre, and µ-ziq were the holy triumvirate at that time to me, as I began my descent into the obscure releases that my favorite retail stores didn’t seem to carry reliably. My questions about “bands” that I had read about in European magazines were met with blank stares or “We don’t have that, would you be
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