July 2011

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“Recorded for Japan is a compilation album containing songs recorded between April and June 2011 to aid the victims of the earthquake, resulting tsunami, and nuclear emergency that happened on March 11th, 2011 in Japan. 100% of the proceeds from the sale of this compilation will go directly towards the continuing recovery and reconstruction effort, specifically the Japanese Red Cross. The album features the contributions of Acrylics, Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti, Beige, Chairlift, Erika Spring, Ice Choir, Kurt Vile, K. Heasley, Kuroma, Pablo Picasso, Patrick Cleandenim, Regal Degal, R. Stevie Moore (feat. Members of MGMT), and Violens.Artwork by Max Hooper Schneider”

The digital-only compilation will be available on Aug. 4, 2011 worldwide.

Ivan Mairesse and his band – I May Be Wrong
at the Underwater Peoples SXSW House Party, Friday, March 18, 2011
Featuring members of Rangers‘ live band.

Out Now on Triple You Tapes / Edition of 50 Cassette + 50 CDR
San Francisco’s Ivan Mairesse has played with his ex-schoolmate Julian Lynch and some guys from Rangers, and a free-folk collective from Madison, Wisconsin, Davenport / The Second Family Band. “Lovers Lane” is his debut full-length album through Friendship Bracelet‘s Triple You Tapes label.

‘Maid Of The Moon’ from the album “MOON GAS” (MGM/1963) by Dick Hyman and Mary Mayo (wordless vocals). Scenes from Mario Bava‘s “PLANET OF THE VAMPIRES / Planet der Vampire / Terrore nello spazio (Italy/Spain 1965)
… マリオ・バーヴァ 「バンパイアの惑星」


RM HUBBERT, Teviot Debating Hall, Edinburgh, June 2011, ‘FOR JOE’
Appearing as part of the ‘Evening with Chemikal Underground’, Glasgow’s RM Hubbert. This is a brand new song.

“RM Hubbert who has been a much-loved and respected fixture within the Glasgow music scene for years, from his earlier work with El Hombre Trajeado, doing an instrumental acoustic sketch based around flamenco / samba rhythms and structures.”

RM Hubbert ‘s debut solo full-length “First & Last,” has now been re-issued by Chemikal Underground. Last month he has supproted Frank Fairfield’s show in Glasgow.

Released 01 March 2010 / All music written and performed by RM Hubbert. Recorded and mixed over 5 days in the summer of 2009 by Stevie Jones at Banchory and his living room. Mastered by Kenny Macleod at Redblock Mastering.

The Babies – Here Comes Trouble

Taken from The Babies‘ latest 7” single (limited to 300 copies), out now on Teenage TeardropsThe Babies are Cassie Ramone (Vivian Girls), Kevin Morby (Woods), Nathanael Stark (Bent Outta Shape~Bossy) and Justin Sullivan (Ringers~Stupid Party), their self-titled debut full-length which was released earlier this year, has been available from Shrimper Records.


The Babies – Wild 2
Live from Northside Festival 2011 in Brooklyn, NY
(via Puerto Rico Indie)

TV Girl – Baby You Were There

‘Baby you were there’ is taken from (a San Diego duo, Trung Ngo and Brad Petering) TV Girls’ new EP “Benny and the Jetts,” download the EP, HERE. Their previous releases are, HERE.

Richard Swift – Broken Finger Blues

“A year and a half ago i broke my finger.  Never got it back.  This is a song I made a few days after getting the cast taken off.  Feel free to download and share…”   Richard Swift (via his blog)

Laetitia Sadier+ Richard Swift – Resistance Dans L’ombre

“LA PISCINE, an invitation by laetitia sadier to keep on swimming” is a new collaborative project by Stereolab’s Laetitia Sadier with her friends, due out on August 29th via Wool Recordings.  It features unreleased songs from Richard Swift, Rebecca Gates, Superbravo, Laetitia Sadier. “Resistance dans l’ombre” with Richard Swift is taken from the session of “The trip” and ‘G The Opposite Of Spectator’ is a Sadier’s new song.

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