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Nurse Surgeon Nurse: Bodies One Remixes Part 1
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  1. Two Four Two (Rivet remix) (6:40)
  2. Your Body Is My Body (Bronze Teeth remix) (6:12)
  3. Fingered (Bronze Teeth remix) (6:11)
  4. Fingered (Basic House Erosion) (4:54)
Review: 'Nurse Surgeon Nurse' is the follow up to September's 'Your Body Is My Body' - the debut for both the Suspended In Gaffa band and the label. First up is Adam Rivet with his modern EBM reinterpretation, all rusty drum computers and grinding arpeggios like you'd hear from his great Kess Kill imprint in recent times. The early '80s aesthetic continues with Bronze Teeth's two awesome remixes: their first of "Your Body Is My Body" channels the decayed industrial aesthetics of early Cabaret Voltaire or Severed Heads, while their remix of "Fingered" goes for the same lo-fi techno vibe that they went for on their fab releases for Diagonal a few years ago.. or as they label would describe "a trancey club banger". On the flip is Opal Tapes head honcho Stephen Bishop under his Basic House guise, for a savage and terrifying noise experiment which is his rendition or 'corrosion' (as he'd call it) of "Fingered".
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La Festa Del Metallo
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  1. TheNe21 - "Timeline" (4:49)
  2. TheNe21 - "Brave New World" (6:25)
  3. TheNe21 - "Black Sea" (3:42)
  4. Bakunin Commando - "Her Feline Touch" (5:08)
  5. Violet Poison - "Onslaught" (5:14)
  6. Diana Berti - "Lullaby For A Puppet" (4:47)
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Synthesizer Pop For A New Age: 1974-1978
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Synthesizer Pop For A New Age: 1974-1978 (orange vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: FGR 078. Rel: 20 Feb 17
  1. Camel Ride (4:18)
  2. The Whistler (3:11)
  3. Protosquash (2:48)
  4. First Frost From Yon High Eastern Hills (4:01)
  5. Everything's Going My Way (5:32)
  6. Unending Highway (7:15)
  7. Dakota Burial Ground (3:41)
  8. The Last Smile (5:57)
Review: Bloomington, Indiana's Flannelgraph Records are very proud to present what they consider to be some of the best synthesizer instrumentals ever created and somehow unreleased for 40 years. Don Muro is a music educator, composer and more. On this release, he takes us on a delightful journey through what the label describe themselves as 'danceable jammers that would not be out of place on a Goodson-Todman production'. It is sparse, contemplative, progressive and just beautiful space music. Moreover, they claim that if you could imagine your favorite local television station ID bumper from 1976, extrapolated into a full album of sonic bliss: you wouldn't be too far off. We couldn't agree more!
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New Order Presents: Be Music
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NEW ORDER/VARIOUS
Cat: FBN 60. Rel: 20 Feb 17
  1. 52nd Street - "Can't Afford" (6:52)
  2. Section 25 - "Looking From A Hilltop" (Megamix) (8:08)
  3. The Beat Club - "Security" (5:51)
  4. Marcel King - "Reach For Love" (5:27)
  5. Quando Quango - "Love Tempo" (7:08)
  6. Nyam Nyam - "Fate/Hate" (8:07)
  7. A Certain Ratio - "Bootsy" (Swingfire mix) (4:18)
  8. Factory Floor - "Real Love" (7:23)
  9. Marnie - "The Hunter" (remix) (6:57)
  10. The Other Two - "Inside" (7:21)
  11. Fujiya & Miyagi - "Daggers" (remix) (5:31)
  12. Tim Burgess - "Oh Men" (02 remix) (6:37)
Review: Under the New Order banner, Peter Hook, Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris and Gillian Gilbert have given us some of the most iconic music of the last 35 years. The band helped to shape dance music into how we recognise it in this day and age, and it's fair to say that they helped to transform Manchester into another district of Detroit and Chicago back in the 1980s. This new compilation, out on the Factory Benelux imprint, features some of their most important and genre-defining dance work between 1981 and 1985, when the term Be Music was coined. While not under the New Order moniker, all of these tracks were produced by its various members - Section 25, A Certain Ratio, and 52nd Street are just some of the names on here, as well as a rampant selection of contemporary remixes from the likes of Marnie, Tim Burgess and Factory Floor. This is just unmissable - 10 out of 10.
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