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Cat: SF 001. Rel: 24 Sep 14
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Share Of Thee Grail (Mugwump & DC Salas edit)
  2. Satori Crossroads
  3. Heels (Mugwump instrumental remix)
Review: Belgian producer Geoffroy has enjoyed a pleasingly eclectic career to date, utilizing the Mugwump moniker to release everything from shimmering slo-mo nu-disco (the ubiquitous "Boutade") and pulsating techno (a fierce double A-side on R&S), to jackin' electro-house (early forays on Suicide) and space disco (an outing on Endless Flight). Here he turns up on US imprint Subfield with a trio of unusual tracks. All three come loaded with wavey vintage synths, the midtempo pulse of new beat, the alien electronics of new wave, and the breezy shuffle of nu-disco. The results - particularly the guitar-flecked Balearic chug of "Satori Crossroads" - are rarely less than excellent.
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 in stock $7.72
Drape (2xLP)
Cat: SF 011LP. Rel: 08 May 18
Indie
  1. Interluudis Casaforti (0:51)
  2. No Trepidation (5:58)
  3. Tediously (5:00)
  4. At The Front (Draped version) (6:26)
  5. Empty Peculiar (6:46)
  6. The Mechanism (5:32)
  7. Little Middle Grinder (7:59)
  8. The Flag (6:56)
  9. Rain/Frame (4:52)
  10. Mount (9:24)
  11. Peculiar (reprise) (2:44)
Review: On Drape, veteran Belgian producer Geoffroy Mugwump continues to explore the middle ground between electronic music and left-of-centre rock. He's been here before, of course, with 2016's Unspell beginning this dramatic shift from new beat and cosmic disco-influenced pastures. The album was recorded over nine months with the assistance of Mugwump band members Stephane Fedele (bass), Thomas Stadnicki (guitars) and Lukas Melville (drums). As a result, the majority of the tracks draw greater influence from shoegaze, psychedelic rock, new wave, post-punk and '80s indie-pop, with Geoffroy's beguiling electronics and gravelly half-spoken, half-sung vocals catching the ear throughout. The fact that the whole thing works so well and makes perfect sonic sense is testament to Geoffroy's growing confidence in his hybrid, left-of-centre approach.
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 in stock $24.58
Drape (CD)
Cat: SF 011CD. Rel: 08 May 18
Indie
  1. Interluudis Casaforti
  2. No Trepidation
  3. Tediously
  4. At The Front (Draped version)
  5. Empty Peculiar
  6. The Mechanism
  7. Little Middle Grinder
  8. The Flag
  9. Rain/Frame
  10. Mount
  11. Peculiar (reprise)
Review: On Drape, veteran Belgian producer Geoffroy Mugwump continues to explore the middle ground between electronic music and left-of-centre rock. He's been here before, of course, with 2016's Unspell beginning this dramatic shift from new beat and cosmic disco-influenced pastures. The album was recorded over nine months with the assistance of Mugwump band members Stephane Fedele (bass), Thomas Stadnicki (guitars) and Lukas Melville (drums). As a result, the majority of the tracks draw greater influence from shoegaze, psychedelic rock, new wave, post-punk and '80s indie-pop, with Geoffroy's beguiling electronics and gravelly half-spoken, half-sung vocals catching the ear throughout. The fact that the whole thing works so well and makes perfect sonic sense is testament to Geoffroy's growing confidence in his hybrid, left-of-centre approach.
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Cat: SF 003. Rel: 07 Feb 15
 
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Until You're Worth It (original version)
  2. Until You're Worth It (Mark E remix 1)
  3. Until You're Worth It (Andrew Weatherall remix)
Review: With Norwegian eccentrics Mungolian Jetset and Ost & Kjex involved, you'd expect "Until You're Worth It" - Belgian duo Mugwump's latest genre-swerving offering - to be a little on the quirky side. As expected, it is, though it's a far more polished, tactile and organic sounding cut than you may be expecting. Sparse, low-slung, warm and dubby, it features the Norwegian contingent singing over a wide-eyed, dubbed-out Balearic pop groove. It's great, as is Mark E's bubbling, heavily electronic remake. Best of all, though, is Andrew Weatherall's revision, which recasts the original as a heavyweight chunk of pitched-down, punk-funk influenced dub disco.
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 in stock $8.56
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