Monday, 30 March 2009


Good Evening,

At long last, here is the much anticipated first FOETAL ORANGE compilation (in actuality the sequel to MY FORMICA TABLE COMPILATION No. 1.

This wonderful collection clocks in at just over an hours worth of the most gloriously blamming tunes from the likes of:

Kronikel, Psychenaturadatura, SeeBeeOne, In the Studio, Slovakia, murmurists, E(ric) L. Heath, Soul Disturbance, Judy The Musical Dog, Taiga Blues, Honey Ride Me a Goat, What The Moon is Like, dummythrust & The Oresund Space Collective...

And a wonderful and eclectic mix of music it is too.:


I am certain that you will love it...

And if that fat lob of muzak wasn't enough for you, here's a fresh collection from The Failed Nasa Experiment:

"Alegria en directo" consists of a single 35 minute live improvisation. Nice:

"Alegria en directo" by The Failed Nasa Experiment

More music to come in the not-so-far-off future.


Thursday, 5 March 2009

Omatic - "Capital Beard? The Venerable Would"...

Good Evening,

Another fat lump of marvelous music is coming your way right now.

This is Omatic's fantastic epic album - "Captial Beard? The Venerable Would".

If you like your rock hard and mental then this is the place to visit. Omatic combine infinite creativity with rhythmic competence and melodic brilliance to bring forth some of the most accomplished music you are likely to hear. Beautiful stuff indeed. Just listen to it:

Omatic - "Captial Beard? The Venerable Would"

And if that wasn't enough, the follow up album will be available in the very near future from this very place.

"Capital Beard? The Venerable Would" was originally released in 2005 via BeeBear Promotions in CD format with wonderful full colour artwork. If you are interested in getting hold of a CD then send me a message and it will be sorted out.

Cat Green Bike - "Breakbeat/Thrash/Concrete"...


Today I have got Cat Green Bike's new collection, which goes by the title of "Breakbeat/Thrash/Concrete".

It is absolutely lovely and I am sure that you will agree.

Cat Green Bike - "Breakbeat/Thrash/Concrete"

Sunday, 1 March 2009

Spinlords of Spintania...

Good Afternoon,

Here we go, the first new release in a little while.

This collection of five tracks comes to you from the Spinlords of Spintania.

The music you will hear on your journey to Spintania is of a prog/fusion sort, wonderfully executed and recorded. A blend of outright heavy rock and melodic, what some might call "symphonic", passages. Full of bouncy licks, grooves and psychedelic schizouts; it provides everything you could ask for.

I can hear echoes of King Crimson filtered through all manner of other influences no doubt; Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Van der Graaf Generator, System of a Down, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Funkadelic, Frank Zappa, Gong, The Residents etc... All great stuff. But, of course, none of that means anything because the music of the Spinlords sounds like none of the above - they are the nearest points of reference; elements of my world-view which I use to explain my experiences (in this case auditory).

It is simply really great stuff, and I am sure that you will agree:

The Spinlords of Spintania


p.s. The Spinlords can be contacted via