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“Disappointing Todd Rundgren gigs, Tascam 4 track cassette recorders, animal oddities, The Monkees, cider, children’s tv shows from the 80′s and sci-fi movies (good and bad) are all ingredients to the sounds of Dr Cosmo’s Tape Lab.”




Released 30 March 2015 via Sugarbush Records, vinyl available from HERE, and their bandcamp, HERE.

Dr Cosmo’s Tape Lab, hailing from Glasgow, UK, comprises of Stuart Kidd (ex. Owsley Sunshine, vocals/drums/guitar) and Joe Kane (one time BMX Bandito, vocals/casiotone/bass synth).


Sweet Dreams presents
Pop Brothers from Glasgow World Premiere Tour in Japan
ダグラス・T・スチュワート(BMXバンディッツ)+ユージン・ケリー(ヴァセリンズ)+ノーマン・ブレイク(ティーンエイジ・ファンクラブ)のジャパン・ツアー2013

もうすぐ、もうすぐ….。

10月18日(金)東京・渋谷 オ・ネスト
10月19日(土)東京・下北沢 富士見丘教会
10月20日(日)東京・渋谷 7th FLOOR
10月22日(火)松本 ALECX
10月23日(水)名古屋 Live & Lounge Vio
10月24日(木)大阪 コンパス
10月25日(金)京都 アバンギルド
10月26日(土)浜松 ZOOT HORN ROLLO


なかにはチケット予約を終了した公演もありますので、
詳細はコチラ、スウィート・ドリームス・プレスで。



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Douglas T Stewart – Call Me (Chris Montez cover)


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Duglas T Stewart, Norman Blake and National Jazz Trio of Scotland  – Flim Flam Flum (Ivor Cutler)



Paul Buchanan – My True Country

On May 21st, Paul Buchanan, mainstay of The Blue Nile from Glasgow, Scotland, will release the debut solo album “Mid Air” (his first release since 2004’s Blue Nile album “High”) on Buchanan’s own Newsroom Records via Essential. The album features 14 songs written, performed and produced by Paul Buchanan and was recorded at home, friend’s house and Gorbals Sound in Glasgow. Available on CD/Vinyl/Digital, and Deluxe CD Boxset includes the 10-track bonus disc.
Pre-order is available on Buchanan’s site, HERE.




Paul Buchanan – Mid Air (Live), from Late Night with Jools Holland 
The song is taken from “Mid Air.”


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The Blue Nile – Hats documentary – New York




(Thanks to ArAtAq)

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Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy – Agnes queen of sorrow
DOMINO RECORDS, 2004

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Blur – Good Song
from “Think Tank” album, EMI, 2003

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Sad City – Jaya (via)

‘Jaya’ is taken from the forthcoming 12″ EP “Gestures” by Glasgow, Scotland’s Gary Caruth aka Sad City, due out on October 18th via Underwater Peoples.

Influences:
Julian Lynch & Arthur Russell & LaMonte Young & Sonic Youth & John Coltrane & Walter Gibbons & James Chance & Ennio Morricone & Animal Collective & Inner Life & Madlib & ….


Halleluwah 10: Sad City by Halleluwah_Hits
TRACKLISTING:
Intro – “Dr. Benway Is Operating in an Auditorium Filled With Students” – William S. Burroughs
01 – “Where’s Deke?” – Maximum Joy
02 – “In the Light of the Miracle” – Arthur Russell
03 – “Questions (Feat. Planet Asia & Fashawn)” – Strong Arm Steady
04 – “The End of Biters – International” – Prefuse 73
05 – “Bad Smells” – Glenn Branca
06 – “Pyjamarama” – Roxy Music
07 – “Diamonds, Fur Coat, Champagne” – Suicide
08 – “Un Cyprès Au Coucher du Soleil, Toscane” – Luc Ferrari
09 – “Night Time Trail” – Sad City
10 – “Water Curses” – Animal Collective
11 – “Mercy” – Lucky Dragons
12 – “A Day at the Racetrack” – Julian Lynch
Outro – “October in the Railroad Earth” – Jack Kerouac & Steve Allen

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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.




IVOR CUTLER  
(January 15th, 1923 – March 3rd, 2006)
Walking To A Farm
(from the album “Dandruff” 1974 folk avant classic)
The intelligent ITV drama serial Timeslip fused with a lyrical Ivor Cutler classic in the style of a Negro spiritual.

(via Sweet Dream Press)

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