TDZ#194… Freedom Dub…..

Freedom Dub… with tracks by ….  Skunk Kut, Tanice Morisson, Dubblestandart, Marika, Saadji, PhoniandFlore, Art-X, Dubmatix, Megative, Bisou, Sumac Dub.

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TDZ#194… Freedom Dub…..2018-06-01T20:32:15+00:00

Review: Louis Lingg and The Bombs: Kiiroichurippu (Hopeless Love in the Age of the Glitch)


Louis Lingg and The Bombs on the web:

Bandcamp | Soundcloud | Facebook

Release date: April 2nd 2018

Bandcamp: Kiiroichurippu (Hopeless Love in the Age of the Glitch), by Louis Lingg and The Bombs

I’ve been following these Anarcho Pop Punk Rockers, since 2008, but they’ve been actually been around since 2006. Their music is infectious and they’ve always made me want to smile, want to sing and want to dance. Named after German-born American anarchist, Louis Lingg, this Parisian (where else!) 6-piece radiate huge amounts of energy. From their magnum opus, Conspiracy, in 2010, through to 2017’s Favela Ninja (now available in blue vinyl!) they have crafted perfect pop songs sometimes infused with powerful political messages.

Kiiroichurippu (Google tells me), translates as Yellow Tulip, but it’s also the name of a sofa at Is this intentional? Nothing would surprise me with Joshua Hudes, the leader and sole British contingent of this fiery (otherwise) French bunch.  One of the tracks on this 3 track EP is called Onigiri, which is a type of Japanese rice ball. The lyrics of the tune are, in fact, the recipe required to prepare the dish.  They just discovered that their French lead-singer knew some Japanese and took it from there. The result is the most perfect piece of J-Pop, this side of Tokyo!

The opening track Sheena Is Too Old, is a lament on age, loneliness & despair in a world of alternative facts, lies and a loss of hope. Sheena may have been a punk rocker in 1976, but now she’s dumpster diving and all her friends think she’s dead. But is this a depressing song? Nope. You’ll be singing along by the second chorus whilst lamenting your own lack of hair, bad back and middle-aged fashion sense.

The final track on the album is Prehistoric Man, showcasing the band’s electro-pop credentials, juxtaposing Prehistoric Man with today’s gadget-centered society, where no-one cares. Not the kind of tweet prehistoric man would be used to.

As they have done previously, the band have released instrumental versions of each of the tracks, under an Attribution-NonCommercial Creative Commons license, allowing film-makers to e-use the tracks for YouTube videos and the like. Love it!


Review: Louis Lingg and The Bombs: Kiiroichurippu (Hopeless Love in the Age of the Glitch)2018-06-01T20:33:07+00:00

PCP#558… Black Room…

Black Room….with tracks by …Daisy Mortem, Dreams Beat, UnSuB, Nanaki, Zapa, Ultramerda, Deltahedron, Risssing, Volo, Thousand Yard Prayer, Sergey Kolesnikov, Revolution Void, Dead Bronco.

PCP#558… Black Room…2018-04-20T12:44:15+00:00

PCP#557… Happy Days…

Happy Days….with tracks by …Avecrem, Tyrantbane, Marina P & The Radiators, UnSuB, Papay, Art Electronix, Louis Lingg and the Bombs, From and Loosetra, Revolution Void, Kirtaniyas, Bassline Drift, Esquivel, TRNCH, JahBang.

  1. Holi, by Avecrem. Cea, Spain. [Bestiar]
  2. 30 Days to Defeat ISIS, by Tyrantbane. The Cronx, England. [Broken Drum Records]
  3. Bold, by Marina P & The Radiators. France. [ODG]
  4. Alexa Has The Last Laugh, by UnSuB. UK. [Soundcloud]
  5. Summer in Siberia (Chill mix), by Papay. Irkutsk, Russia. [MNMN]
  6. Inside the Box (Ixirell Rework), by Art Electronix. Russia. [Sucu Music]
  7. Happy Day (When The Sun Expoldes), by Louis Lingg and the Bombs. Paris, France. [Bandcamp]
  8. Whales, by & Loosetra. Olaine , Latvia. [Dusted Wax]
  9. Someone Elses Memories, by Revolution Void. Seattle, USA. [FMA]
  10. Radha Ramana (Ft. Kirtaniyas), by Bassline Drift. New York & Austin, USA. [Gravitas]
  11. Take My Breath Away, by Esquivel.Guadalajara, Mexico. [Quiero Recordings]
  12. No Origin No Destiny, by TRNCH. [Mutant Sonic Exposure]
  13. Doobie, by JahBang. Bristol, England. [Bandcamp]

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PCP#557… Happy Days…2018-03-20T16:14:34+00:00

Fall Induction Hour…..

If, like me, you never liked the Fall when you were younger, but started to appreciate their music later in life then here’s my 16-track mix to get you started.Available only on Mixcloud.

  • 00:00:00  Touch Sensitive, The Marshall Suite
  • 00:03:06  Just Step S’ways , Hex Enduction Hour
  • 00:06:25  The Birmingham School Of Business School, Code Selfish
  • 00:12:43  Behind The Counter, Middle Class Revolt
  • 00:15:50  Totally Wired, Grotesque After The Gramme
  • 00:19:13  Barmy, This Nation’s Saving Grace
  • 00:24:31  Rowche Rumble, Dragnet
  • 00:28:29  Hey! Student, Middle Class Revolt
  • 00:32:54  Psycho Mafia, Live at the Witch Trials
  • 00:35:04  Telephone Thing, Extricate
  • 00:39:02  The Joke, Cerebral Caustic
  • 00:41:44  Blindness, Fall Heads Roll
  • 00:49:01  Lie Dream Of A Casino Soul, Slates
  • 00:59:09  The Man Whose Head Expanded, Perverted by Language
  • 00:56:23  Lay of The Land, The Wonderful And Frightening World Of The Fall
  • 01:00:53  Wolf Kidult Man, Imperial Wax Solvent
Fall Induction Hour…..2018-03-09T13:56:14+00:00

PCP#556… The Beast from the (North) East…

The Beast from the (North) East….with tracks by …Petr Cech Didn’t See It Coming, Amyl and the Sniffers, SLZR, Nish Wadada, Vibronics, Wiht, Stillhead, Mellow Sonic, UnSuB, Zak Whitefield, Natrix, Manwel T, Dream Circle, Able Danger, Meizong, Noizefilter Music.

  1. Snowday, by Petr Cech Didn’t See It Coming. Haywards Heath, England.[Brighton Records]
  2. Stole My Push Bike, by Amyl and the Sniffers. Melbourne, Australia. [Bandcamp]
  3. Babylon Fall, by SLZR. [Indian Gold Records]
  4. Each One Teach One (feat. Nish Wadada), by Vibronics. Leicester, England. [Dubmatix]
  5. Hows That For A Slice Of Fried Gold, by Wiht. UK. [Murmure Intempore]
  6. Colossus (Another Channel Remix), by Stillhead. Edinburgh, Scotland. [Brighest Dark Place]
  7. Dreamcatcher, by Mellow Sonic. Cologne, Germany. [Ektoplazm]
  8. Solar Wind, by UnSuB. UK. [Soundcloud]
  9. Lullaby, by Zak Whitefield. Bouteilles Saint Sébastien, France. [Housefly]
  10. On Your Way (feat. Natrix) (Manwel T Reggae Remix), by Dream Circle. Malta. [Manwel T]
  11. Mysterious Traveller, by Able Danger.
  12. Night Lights, by Meizong. Finland. [Starfrosch]
  13. Atmospheric, by Noizefilter Music. Austin, USA. [Kahvi]

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PCP#556… The Beast from the (North) East…2018-03-03T12:46:06+00:00

TDZ#193… Dubatomic …..

Dubatomic… with tracks by …. Sly & Robbie, Dubmatix, The Disciples, DIY Sound, Skunkkut, Melbeat, Splitz Horns, Vibronics, Jungle Weed, Foshan Roots, Feldub.

TDZ#193… Dubatomic …..2018-04-20T12:44:15+00:00
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