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  1. I need to work out my albums of the last decade, in the meantime January has already delivered these bangers. Can’t believe it’s been three years since the last Destroyer album
  2. I stumbled upon Dibidim a couple of years ago when their 2006 debut album popped up on my Soundcloud feed. I thought it was a really strong collection of quirky electronic pop songs and I listened to it loads. My favourite track would be Don't Play With The Gun (for the joyous melody that plays through the second half) but there's not a bad track on there really. Listening again recently, I was yearning for more. There's been no further releases as Dibidim, so I looked up those involved and found that one half of the group had written, produced and performed a
  3. MW_Jimmy


    Looked for an Annie topic and couldn't see one. Surprised. Anyway, she's had a bit of a comeback this year after a break of 5 years since Don't Stop and 10 years since Anniemal Tube Stops & Lonely Hearts (Annie/Xenomania/Ville Haimala) Released in May this is Annie's tribute to rave culture of the 90's. Suitably cheap video of kaleidoscope effects and fitness freaks. Take A Look At The World (Annie/Ralph Myerz/Royksopp) Released about a month ago, this is a track on Ralph Myerz new album that sounds more typically Annie. Lots of nice rhyming cuplets and that yeah that is left hanging
  4. MW_Jimmy

    Tesla Boy

    I was convinced that we had a thread for Tesla Boy but it looks like we don't. If you like 80's pop, Tesla Boy are ace! Very snyth-heavy catchy pop music, the sort of which doesn't get made anymore, or if it does its little more than pastiche or nostalgic. They remind me a lot of Zoot Woman but without the pretentiousness. History - First LP - Modern Thrills I think it was the Valerie blog that first picked up on them in 2009 and put them on a compilation. An EP followed on Mullet Records and then it took another year for the album to come around. Still listen to this regularly as it's pe
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