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album cover MOSSMAN Vs. Mr. Tsunami At Dub Corner (Dispensation) cd 15.98
Montreal's dub outfit Mossman returns with their softmore effort and it doesn't disappoint. Like the first album "Vs. The World Bank", Mossman and crew keep their sound solidly in the tradition of the masters, but refuse to rest on their laurels content with their sound. For "Vs. Mr. Tsunami" the group is paired down to a mere two people: founding member Mossman (percussion, melodica, keys, vocals) & Tsunami (guitar, bass, keys, percussion and occaisional vocalist), with a few cameos from some guest musicians. What the group has lost in live musicians, it has made up for in studio wizardry. While full of modern digital effects and synths the sound is never cheesy or lifeless.
RealAudio clip: "Quixotic"
RealAudio clip: "Slave Mason"

MOSSMAN Vs. the World Bank (Dispensation) cd 15.98
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"I can't believe it's not Scratch." Bringing together the holy trinity of Lee Perry, King Tubby & Scientist (the cover even features a classic Scientist-esque cartoon drawing of Mossman smashing the World Bank and squaring off against hostile military forces) the group known as Mossman (led by percussionist and turntablist "Moss") are to dub / roots what Brooklyn's Antibalas are to Fela Kuti and afro-beat. Based in Montreal, Canada, Mossman is a full fledged 10 piece band devoted to dub as protest, considering this album a "dub contribution" to protest of the summit of the Americas that was held in Quebec City in April this year. The execution is excellent and with the exception of some extraneous use of time stretch and a teeny, tiny bit scratching (which never gets in the way of the dubs), you wouldn't guess this was a product of Canada in the year 01 (nothing against Canada, we mean it sounds authentically Jamaican). Though the greater part of their success is due to their devotion to the genre by honing their musicianship skills around the myriad examples laid to wax over the years by the masters, they also apply an attention to detail in their use of the vintage equipment that Perry et al used such as old organs, ancient drum boxes and even (our reggae distributer claims) recording on the same model of mixing console that Perry used in the Ark! Highly recommended.
RealAudio clip: "Tumble Weed"
RealAudio clip: "Spanish Alpha"
RealAudio clip: "It's Nice"

MOSSMAN & BUNNY Message For The World Dub (Dublounge) lp 16.98

album cover MOSSMAN & BUNNY Message In the Dub (Dispensation) cd 15.98
Message In the Dub is not actually a new recording by Mossman, but it is the first time it has been made available. It was actually Mossman's first recording effort, made back in 1999, but for unknown reasons it was never officially released. For those unfamiliar with Mossman, he and a loosely knit group of musicians are a Montreal, Quebec outift dedicated -- it appears -- to the furthering of the classic mid-seventies roots dub sound. And we're far from complaining about that. We'll take our water wherever we can get it. While maybe a little more rough around the edges as Mossman's first "official" album, Vs. The World Bank, this one (unlike their later release Vs. Mr. Tsunami) features a host of musicians -- bass, guitar, percussion, drums, keys, melodica, and smidgen of vocals -- which adds to the authenticity of the flavor.
MPEG Stream: "Dub Dem Say"
MPEG Stream: "Freedom Version"

album cover MOST SERENE REPUBLIC, THE Underwater Cinematographer (Arts & Crafts) cd 15.98
Meet the new kids on the block at this Canadian label home to Broken Social Scene and their Torontonian kin Apostle Of Hustle and Stars. The Most Serene Republic are just a hop, skip and a jump away, based in the small town of Milton on the western outskirts of the greater Toronto area. Due to the bands' proximity both geographically and label-wise, comparisons are definitely gonna flourish, and what can we say? They aren't unfounded. Once you hear Underwater Cinematographer, we're sure you'll agree. In many ways The Most Serene Republic's music does resemble the rest of the Arts & Crafts' roster, but with lead vocals that also remind us of Benjamin Gibbard of Death Cab For Cutie/Postal Service. This is not a bad thing! No, drawing from such an exuberant mish mash of influences and styles, their album fits in well between You Forgot It In People and Set Yourself On Fire. Actually with their subtle eccentricities scurrying out here and there, The Most Serene Republic's music brings to mind BSS and Frog Eyes having a low-key get-together... which is a mighty pleasing thought, indeed.
MPEG Stream: "Proposition 61"
MPEG Stream: "Where Cedar Nouns And Adverbs Walk"

MOST, THE Welcome To The Breakfast Show (self-released) cd-r 4.98

album cover MOTH 1997-2003 (Rhizome) cd-r 12.98
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We've been digging around lately and discovering all kinds of cool things that somehow never made it onto the list or even the website, this one is yet another long out of print cd-r that slipped through the cracks, a compilation of sorts, gathering up early recordings from Moth, aka Jon Dale, Rhizome label head honcho, an incredible collection of deep, dark dronemusic, lush soundscapes of chiming heavily reverbed metals and warm whirling sonorous tones, this is actually breathtakingly beautiful, we're sort of kicking ourselves for not listing this when it first came out and making a big deal out of it, but since we only have maybe 8 copies, we'll just say, anyone into gorgeous minimal dreamlike dronemusic, grab one of these while you can, and if you dig any of these folks: Stars of The Lid, Peter Wright, Belong, Organum, Expo 70, Jefre Cantu-Ledesma, Grasslung, En, Jeck, Tunnels, BJ Nilsen, Jasper TX, Dialing In, Machinefabriek, Aidan Baker, you'll probably dig this too.
Long out of print, we have about 8 copies, then they're gone for good.
MPEG Stream: "Track 1"
MPEG Stream: "Track 2"

MOTH COCK s/t (Tusco / Embassy) cassette 12.98

album cover MOTH ELECTRET lil (Mystery Sea) cd-r 10.00
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Yet another brief, but engaging stop in our ongoing journey through the mysterious seas of sound, an expansive world gradually being charted and recorded by the fine folks at Mystery Sea. Constantly in search of "night-ocean drones", hungry to discover another bit of unheard beauty, a new drifting soundworld of ambient dronemusic, that had been heretofore unexplored.
Moth Electret is the strange monicker of the artist responsible for this latest disc in Mystery Sea's long running (going on nearly 40 releases!) series of deep tranquility and beautiful drift. The man responsible is Stig Berg (who has recorded as R|A|A|N in the past) and who for his Moth Electret project has fashioned his own undersea soundworld almost entirely from field recordings, captured in Barcelona, the isle of Sandoy and of all places, Eureka, California!
Unlike the rest of the Mystery Sea series, Moth Electret might just be the least minimal, with lots of stuff going on, this isn't murky or droney exactly, instead it's thick clouds of sound, jagged and sparkling, grinding and looped, muted and smeared into long stretches of soft-noise, still sort of underwater sounding, but a bit more abrasive, more industrial almost, if you could imagine the softer, gentler side of Wolf Eyes maybe, expansive soundscapes of glimmer and shimmer, lots of metallic tinkles and high end buzz, all drifting above static sheets of slow shifting sound, very tidal, but on the skree side of things, like Birchville or Sunroof! more than Chalk or Coleclough. Every track is layered and dense, repeated listens find the listener sinking deeper and deeper, discovering hidden melodies, and surprising little sonic events, even though it's noisier than the rest of the series, it's no less compelling, or listenable, in someways even moreso. So much more going on, and so much sound to explore. Another perfect soundtrack for late night dreamy drift or early evening daylight fade...
Like all Mystery Sea releases, LIMITED TO 100 COPIES, each disc numbered, and gorgeously packaged in striking full color artwork, with a strange half sized booklet revealing the disc face within. So nice!
MPEG Stream: "Cygal"
MPEG Stream: "Kalaa"
MPEG Stream: "Lyel"

album cover MOTH WRANGLERS Never Mind the Context (Magnetic) cd 12.98
The debut full length from the Moth Wranglers, otherwise known as AQ-pal Chris Xefos (ex-King Missile) and LD Beghtol (Flare, and also one of the four vocalists from the Magnetic Fields 69 Love Songs box). They have made a polished mellow record in a variety of styles -- downer lounge exotica country rock. With guests Stephin Merritt and Claudia Gonson (Magnetic Fields), Ken Stringfellow (The Posies), and members of Loud Family, Camper Van Beethoven, Klezmatics, etc.
RealAudio clip: "Miss Fire"
RealAudio clip: "I Never Will Marry"

MOTHER MALLARD'S PORTABLE MASTERPIECE CO. Like A Duck To Water (Cuneiform) cd 14.98
Billed as the world's first all-synthesizer band, the trio of Dave Borden, Judy Borsher and Steve Drews were obscure '70s "electronica" pioneers. This cd reissues their second (and last) album, originally released in 1976. Influenced by repetitive minimalist composers like Riley, Reich and Glass, along with German synth ensembles like Cluster and Tangerine Dream (although these Americans' early work was contemporary with the beginning of the krautrock electronics scene). We were also reminded at times of Italian horror soundtrack artists Goblin's moodier moments. Then, there's a couple parts that could be said to sound like a "switched on version" of your local TV news show's theme music, but we enjoyed those too. Indeed, we were pleasantly surprised by this disc, 'cause we seem to recall that the previous MMPMC reissue on Cuneiform was kinda lame Perry & Kingsley style Moog "rock" -- whereas "Like A Duck To Water" is instead a really great, mellow, spacey synth record, featuring hypnotic, repetitive, shifting compositions, some of them ten to twenty minutes in length. Sure, you'd have to imagine that the folks involved probably "progressed" into full-on New Age music-making (that's only a speculation) in the '80s, but the music on this disc avoids that fate. Good stuff, great rainy day music. Includes 3 previously unreleased tracks, and a Quicktime movie for PC and Mac (except, it wouldn't play on any of our Macs, darn it).
RealAudio clip: "C-A-G-E Part II"
RealAudio clip: "All Set"
RealAudio clip: "Waterwheel"

album cover MOTHER MALLARD'S PORTABLE MASTERPIECE CO. Music By David Borden (World Arbiter) cd 16.98
First time release of these 1976-77 recordings by Moog minimalism pioneer Dave Borden and his Mother Mallard's Portable Masterpice Company, oddly enough released on the World Arbiter label, from whence we got the great "Lost Sounds of the Tao" and "Roots of Gamelan" cds we've recently praised. I guess their notion of world music can encompass white Americans with synths as well!
Composer Borden's all-Moog ensemble drew upon his experiences as Bob Moog's "test pilot" in the late '60s, and acknowledged inspirations Philip Glass and Terry Riley. As demonstrated here, Mother Mallard was all about looooong tracks of repetitive, bubbling synths, pleasantly trancey and mesmerizing, with complex interlocking cyclic rhythmic layers like a futuristic (circa the '70s) take on Medieval cantos. The cover photo shows a whole choir onstage behind the long-haired Moog-operators, and indeed after many minutes of build-up, human voices join the electronics. Famed avant-garde singer Joan LaBarbra solos, backed by the Thomas Sokol Chorale. It sounds a bit Magma-like, actually, certainly religious -- the text comes from the Revelation of St. John the Divine. If you liked the Cuneiform reissue of this band's "Like A Duck To Water" or dig on the idea of Moogs n' minimalism, check this out.
MPEG Stream: "The Continuing Story of Counterpoint Part 3"

MOTHLITE The Flax of Reverie (Southern) 2lp 16.98

album cover MOTHMAN PROPHECIES (SOUNDTRACK) (Lakeshore) cd 16.98
We had been mocking this movie for months, based on that ridiculous trailer, where Richard Gere tells the mysterious voice on the telephone (presumably the 'Mothman' of the title) to tell him what he is holding in his hand. 'CHAPSTICK' the scary voice growls.... Chapstick? So dumb. I wonder what kind of kick back Chapstick got for -that- product placement. Anyway, beloved AQ customer John Botz recommended we check out the soundtrack, and then less than a week later, AQ list faves Barry and Tim who run UK fucked-electronica label Fflint Central emailed with another thumbs up. So we figured, what the heck. And whadda ya know? It's pretty darn great. And we were quite surprised to discover 2 new Low songs! Both collaborations with a group called tomandandy who are responsible for incidental music. And we were also surprised to discover that the legendary Glenn Branca played guitar on the score! Double disc set, and while the first disc does have the Low songs, it's the second disc that is the real winner. Huge rumbling drones, ominous creaks and moans, washes of ambient creep and soine tingling grit. Like Lustmord or Brighter Death Now or those of a similarly dronological bent. Wonder how the movie stacks up to the soundtrack. We'll see.
Andee (on the phone): Who is this?
Mothman: -silence-
Andee: What am I holding in my hand?
-pause-
Mothman: A HO-HO!!!!!!!!!
RealAudio clip: LOW AND TOMANDANDY "Half Flight"
RealAudio clip: TOMANDANDY "Movement 1"
RealAudio clip: TOMANDANDY "Movement 2"

album cover MOTION Dust (12K) cd 14.98
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Well executed avant minimalist stuff from Motion, a one-man project whose 40 minutes of barely-there atmospherics bring to mind an early summer evening, near silence except for the sometimes-distant, sometimes-near whirr of metallic insects, organic buzzes, shimmering soft clicks, warm bass tones, lush as velvet. All at a pace slower than heartbeat. Like I said, barely there. In a good way. I'd recommend this to fans of Taylor Deupree's 12k label who released this record, and fans of the Raster Noton label.
RealAudio clip: "Lo.Jack"

MOTION Pictures (Motion) cd 17.98
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So really what is the difference between Motion and Oval? You tell me, cuz I can't hear any difference. Twelve tracks of variously pitched glitch samples collaged into delicate structures that occasionally hint at something which could be a melody.

MOTION MAN (W/ UNAGI & JETHROE) Adult Situations (442) cd 14.98

album cover MOTION SICKNESS OF TIME TRAVEL A Marbled Youth (Old Frontiers) cassette 8.98
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Geez, Rachel Evans is really developing into quite the electronic songstress. Over the past four years or so, her Motion Sickness Of Time Travel has grown from her exploratory bedroom synth-drones into impressionistically sparkling electronica born from the retro-futurism of Harmonia and Delia Derbyshire, with tinges of deconstructed electro, through the druggy, rounded basslines that gird a couple of her tracks on this new cassette on Old Frontiers. "Cut Away" sprinkles bright glissandos of kosmische synths on top of those strange basslines with Evans' wordless voice drifting through the mix in piles of reverb. "Rising" tonebends sad, little melodies amidst a burbling, step-sequencing, arpeggiated fizzings, and star-burst electric blossomings. "In Our Dreams" cycles in a satellite orbit with terse, deep-space bleeps echoing into a shimmering reflection pool of blue-green ambient wash, whose driftscape is wrapped in Evans dubbed-out / washed-out breathy vocalizations. So nice. Twenty-one minutes on this cassette, in a pressing of 100 copies.
MPEG Stream: "Cut Away"

album cover MOTION SICKNESS OF TIME TRAVEL Alpha Piscium (Hooker Vision) cassette 8.98
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When does she ever sleep? Even during a year-long project in releasing monthly albums in homage to the full moon, Rachel Evans / Motion Sickness Of Time Travel has found the time to also release a handful of mighty fine cassettes, including this one, Alpha Piscium, on her ever impressive Hooker Vision imprint. A simple melodic phrase waltzes through the introduction of the tape, dissolving and re-emerging amidst the moon-lit pools of oscillating, spritely ambience. More jagged radiophonic percolations snake amidst Evans' free-floating vocals which drift through all of her electronics with the phosphorescent eeriness of fireflies in the night sky. On the two part "Ikebana", Evans dissolves the tension from her arpeggiated step sequencing and tremolo patterns amidst lepidopteric flurries of meandering psyche-synth melodies which might as well align themselves with those baroque, deep-space improvisations from JD Emmanuel. The B side continues on her path of lysergic inner-mind navigations of flanging synths, oblique bass-tone melodies, haunted vocalizations, and downright beautiful psychedelic electronic explorations. Already out of print at the source, so there are the last copies we'll be able to get...
MPEG Stream: "The Blossoms"

MOTION SICKNESS OF TIME TRAVEL Ballade For A Beaver Moon (Motion Sickness Of Time Travel) cd-r 15.98
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album cover MOTION SICKNESS OF TIME TRAVEL Ballade For A Cold Moon (Motion Sickness Of Time Travel) cd-r 15.98
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Not long for this world, Ballade For A Cold Moon is the third in a monthly series from Motion Sickness Of Time Travel. All of the previous editions (as well as the one that came out right after this one) sold out almost immediately. We were able to snag a few of this one; and we'll try to get the future editions as she releases them. That said, Cold Moon is a longform dreamtime transmission of analogue synth worship hitting all the right sweet spots: Tangerine Dream's Zeit, Klaus Schulze's Irrlicht, and some fine style J.D. Emmanuel for good measure; but all those liquid melodies that drip from the sustained tones and watery ambience are pure Motion Sickness! Can this lady do no wrong? Limited to 50 copies with hand-printed artwork and wrapped in twine.

MOTION SICKNESS OF TIME TRAVEL Ballade For A Crow Moon (Motion Sickness Of Time Travel) cd-r 17.98
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MOTION SICKNESS OF TIME TRAVEL Ballade For A Flower Moon (Motion Sickness Of Time Travel) cd-r 17.98
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album cover MOTION SICKNESS OF TIME TRAVEL Ballade For A Seed Moon (Motion Sickness Of Time Travel) cd-r 17.98
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We're slightly behind in listing these, as the Seed Moon correlates to the full moon for the month of April (or perhaps just the fourth lunar cycle of the year); and as it stands, we only have a few of these super limited cd-rs anyway. The year-long Ballade series is running through all of the full moons as noted in the farmer's almanac, with Motion Sickness Of Time Travel offering her dreamtime interpretations and impressionist visions for each of particular moon. As she started this series a little over halfway through 2013, this marks the eighth in the twelve part series; and so far, each stands as a single 50+ minute track of her spacious kosmische synth+voice excursions somewhere between JD Emmanuel, Iasos, and Klaus Schulze. On Ballade For A Seed Moon, she drips elegant, sparkling synth glissandos upon an oceanic wave of analogue, kosmische blissed-out ambience with her hushed, dreamy vocalizations interspersed in equal measure. One of the airiest and most effervescent things she's ever done! As noted before, we have super limited stock; and it's already out of print at Hooker Vision.
MPEG Stream: "Ballade For A Seed Moon"

album cover MOTION SICKNESS OF TIME TRAVEL Ballade For A Snow Moon (Motion Sickness Of Time Travel) cd-r 17.98
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The sixth in the year-long series from Motion Sickness Of Time Travel dedicated to the North American naming tradition of the full moons. The snow moon is ascribed to February full moon, and her rumination on this particular moon is wintery without being gloomy. There's a crystallization of sound through her kosmische synth sequences, trilling melodies, moon-muzik spells, and ethereal vocalizations that captures the snowblinding radiance of the sun casting its rays through the icicles that hang from her Georgian farmhouse. We've got only a handful of these with no chance of a restock. Limited to 50 copies.
MPEG Stream: "Ballade For A Snow Moon (excerpt)"

album cover MOTION SICKNESS OF TIME TRAVEL Ballade For A Strawberry Moon (Motion Sickness Of Time Travel) cd-r 17.98
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The Ballade monthly cd-r series from Motion Sickness Of Time Travel's with each release thematically linked to the farmer's almanac names of the full moons, is finally nearing completion. The Strawberry Moon (also known as the Honey Moon) corresponds with the lunar cycle that lands in June, which for 2014 happened to be a Friday The 13th, for those astrologically / numerologically inclined. Rachel Evans (aka Motion Sickness Of Time Travel) sinks into her blissed-out kosmische synth drone with church organ ethereal airiness and firefly illumined paisley patterns of pleasantly nocturnal ambience. We've always gotten limited stock on this series, and Strawberry Moon is no exception. Just 50 copies exist, so you know what that means...
MPEG Stream: "Ballade For A Strawberry Moon"

album cover MOTION SICKNESS OF TIME TRAVEL Chinaberry (Hooker Vision) cassette 8.98
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Chinaberry is the companion cassette for the eponymous Motion Sickness Of Time Travel album released earlier in 2012 on Spectrum Spools and self-released through Rachel Evans' ever impressive Hooker Vision cassette imprint. Like that album, this too is a fantastic amalgam of deconstructed ethereal pop where she conjures sprawling scores for vaporous electronica and psychedelic ambience. The overall vibe of this cassette is one of stoned phosphorescence, as if she's mapped out an imagined soundtrack to flares of swamp gas that flicker in the Southeastern summer nights amidst the heat lightning and fireflies. She reprises the sustained church organ chords and swooshing cosmic drones that run through her solo work as Motion Sickness Of Time Travel and with her husband Grant Evans as Quiet evenings; and she steers these oozing, darkly pastoral atmospheres into more structured forms with sparkling arpeggios, glowing sequential synth lines, and Evans' thoroughly washed-out voice hovering wordlessly and languidly in the mix. This tape got a slightly bigger pressing than most Hooker Vision releases, with 200 of 'em printed up; but like all of the tapes we've picked up, Chinaberry is already out or print!
MPEG Stream: "Chinaberry"

album cover MOTION SICKNESS OF TIME TRAVEL Luminaries & Synastry (Digitalis) lp + cd 24.00
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Motion Sickness Of Time Travel is the spellbinding synth and voice project of Georgia's Rachel Evans. Up until late 2010, she had released a bunch of tiny edition cassettes and cd-rs through her Hooker Vision imprint, after which her work caught the attention of Digitalis, who released the highly acclaimed album Seeping Through The Veil Of The Unconscious. So acclaimed in fact, that all of three pressings of that album went out of print before we had a chance to wax poetic about the record on our list. It's easy to hear why Motion Sickness Of Time Travel would cause such a stir, as there's something to the easy quip that Rachel Evans is a synth version of Grouper. Evans deconstructs an ethereal pop down to hypnotic looping synth structures and her own whispering voice, all the edges are blurred and softened to a heavenly, glowing gaseousness. Her synth applications typically build from glistening arpeggios and sustained church organ tones, giving many of her arrangements a levitating, Kosmische touch considerably more vaporous in her psychedelic visions than the likes of Emeralds and Oneohtrix in her Cluster fixation. Yet, tracks like the aptly named "Day Glow" eagerly appropriate tone-bent melodies and acid-squelchiness from post-rave ambient engineers (think back to Future Sound Of London), suspended amongst the reverb glide of her breathy vocals. Then there's the oceanic and mysterious drone-waltz found on the lysergically titled "The Walls Were Dripping With Stars" which flickers with backmasked vocalizations and intermittently dubbed out whisperings. Luminaries & Synastry is a real gem; and if past performance is indicative of anything, this album will not be around terribly long. The lp comes with a cd of all the material found on the vinyl, plus a couple of a extra tracks.
MPEG Stream: "Late Day Sun Silhouettes"
MPEG Stream: "Day Glow"
MPEG Stream: "Like Dunes"

album cover MOTION SICKNESS OF TIME TRAVEL Oust (Sic Sic) cassette 8.98
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Our favorite queen of the cassette - Rachel Evans / Motion Sickness Of Time Travel returns! Oust is her most recent release, just released by the German imprint Sic Sic; and yet again, Evans unfurls a gorgeous collection of bleary-eyed electronic abstractions. This time she tilts in an austere direction, reducing the bubbling percolations in favor of oceanic undulations and woozily sung lullabies all dunked in the reverb pool. The opening track "Black Umbrella" pulls her breathy vocalizations to the foreground above her darkened Schnitzler-inspired syncopations. The second track "Row Of Peach Trees" (certainly an allusion to the native Georgian countryside) begins with a similar vibe through her cybernetic arpeggiations and taut filter sweeps, but over the five minute piece, Evans deftly transitions the austere electronics into a twinkling kosmische sound topped with one of those lovely tone-bent melodies that have become an occasional yet beguiling recurring motif in her work. Again she focuses on the vocalization toward the end of side one of this cassette, reprising those melodies found elsewhere. The second side of the tape waltzes around her bright swells all crystal clear, slow melodies that never sound as cloyingly sweet as some of the new age copyists as of late, but there's much more of a sparkling austerity going on here than at the beginning. Lovely as ever. Very limited stock as with all of the Motion Sickness tapes we get in! Just 100 were pressed.
MPEG Stream: "Black Umbrellas"
MPEG Stream: "Rows Of Peach Trees"
MPEG Stream: "The Secret Door"

album cover MOTION SICKNESS OF TIME TRAVEL Penchant Mode (No Kings) cassette 8.98
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Probably, the most Conrad Schnitzler we've heard in Motion Sickness Of Time Travel, and you better believe that's a very good thing. The cosmic arpeggiations that Rachel Evans uses to drive the side long track "Initiation" are very dark and squelchy, with the propulsive, '70s cyborg vibe that Schnitzler brought to Ballet Stratique; but with her signature incorporation of a hushed, heavenly voice and solar-flare streams of long synth melodies, the track is very much her own and one of the better things we've heard from her! "Growing Things" is a much airier affair of effervescent electronics that flange through aquatically spluttering sequencing and slowly evolve into the backdrop for Evans' lullaby vocals. Both tracks were recorded on Halloween of 2012, with the first seeming very much in tune with the holiday and the latter being a Spartan response anticipating the grey winter skies of rural Georgia. Just 100 copies were printed of this one, and it's a 32 minute long tape. Don't expect this one to last be around for long.
MPEG Stream: "Initiation"

MOTION SICKNESS OF TIME TRAVEL Perennials (Boomkat Editions) lp 24.00

album cover MOTION SICKNESS OF TIME TRAVEL s/t (Spectrum Spools) 2cd 23.00
NOW AVAILABLE ON CD!!! Double cd in fact.
Rachel Evans brings her humid, oozing synth explorations to Spectrum Spools, which has become quite the launching pad for a wide array of outsider electronics as curated through the judicious ear of Emeralds' John Elliott. The name of Evans' project is lifted from William S. Burroughs' novel The Soft Machine; and with her decentering, liminal drift of half-formed / half-dissolved constructions, she finds herself peering between the kudzu-encrusted fields of her native Lagrange, Georgia and the imagined soundscapes of a primordial Gondwanaland (time-travel for her seems to go backwards in time, not forwards). After close to a couple dozen releases (mostly in the micro-edition format), she's either gotten the doseage right on the Dramamine, or she's acclimated to the queasy side effects of jumping between time and space, as this eponymous record isn't nearly as woozy and narcotized as her previous work. "The Dream" starts out quite dark, with backward-masked slashes that parallel the thickets of razored noise from Current 93's early collage work; but she quickly escapes from these bad vibes into a lengthy daydream of shimmering ambience laced with bright, effervescent sequences and some rather Vangelis-like triumphant synth stabs. "The Center" spins around a latticework of crystalline sequences that blur into massive, oceanic pools of rippling sound, with her voice looped and smeared into an ethereal bliss. "Summer Of The Cat's Eye" is a mellow impressionist piece of synth jamminess akin to Tangerine Dream's wanderings across the keyboard. "One Perfect Moment" is very reverential of John Elliott's work in Emeralds and all of his solo projects, with a sequenced glissando streaming beneath the slow unfurling of bittersweet tonal chords and Evans' pleading vocal delivery. Easily, the most arresting track she's recorded to date, rounding out another fantastic album from Evans' Motion Sickness Of Time Travel.
MPEG Stream: "The Center"
MPEG Stream: "One Perfect Moment"

album cover MOTION SICKNESS OF TIME TRAVEL s/t (Spectrum Spools) 2lp 30.00
THIS IS CURRENTLY OUT OF PRINT OR OTHERWISE UNAVAILABLE TO US AT THE MOMENT, SO PLEASE DO NOT ORDER IT. SORRY.
Rachel Evans brings her humid, oozing synth explorations to Spectrum Spools, which has become quite the launching pad for a wide array of outsider electronics as curated through the judicious ear of Emeralds' John Elliott. The name of Evans' project is lifted from William S. Burroughs' novel The Soft Machine; and with her decentering, liminal drift of half-formed / half-dissolved constructions, she finds herself peering between the kudzu-encrusted fields of her native Lagrange, Georgia and the imagined soundscapes of a primordial Gondwanaland (time-travel for her seems to go backwards in time, not forwards). After close to a couple dozen releases (mostly in the micro-edition format), she's either gotten the doseage right on the Dramamine, or she's acclimated to the queasy side effects of jumping between time and space, as this eponymous record isn't nearly as woozy and narcotized as her previous work. "The Dream" starts out quite dark, with backward-masked slashes that parallel the thickets of razored noise from Current 93's early collage work; but she quickly escapes from these bad vibes into a lengthy daydream of shimmering ambience laced with bright, effervescent sequences and some rather Vangelis-like triumphant synth stabs. "The Center" spins around a latticework of crystalline sequences that blur into massive, oceanic pools of rippling sound, with her voice looped and smeared into an ethereal bliss. "Summer Of The Cat's Eye" is a mellow impressionist piece of synth jamminess akin to Tangerine Dream's wanderings across the keyboard. "One Perfect Moment" is very reverential of John Elliott's work in Emeralds and all of his solo projects, with a sequenced glissando streaming beneath the slow unfurling of bittersweet tonal chords and Evans' pleading vocal delivery. Easily, the most arresting track she's recorded to date, rounding out another fantastic album from Evans' Motion Sickness Of Time Travel.
MPEG Stream: "The Center"
MPEG Stream: "One Perfect Moment"

album cover MOTION SICKNESS OF TIME TRAVEL Seeping Through The Veil Of The Unconscious (Digitalis) lp 19.98
THIS IS CURRENTLY OUT OF PRINT OR OTHERWISE UNAVAILABLE TO US AT THE MOMENT, SO PLEASE DO NOT ORDER IT. SORRY.

album cover MOTION SICKNESS OF TIME TRAVEL / ALOONALUNA Split (Constellation Tatsu) cassette 5.98
THIS IS CURRENTLY OUT OF PRINT OR OTHERWISE UNAVAILABLE TO US AT THE MOMENT, SO PLEASE DO NOT ORDER IT. SORRY.
Rachel Evans has definitely been on a roll recently, with a very steady and very consistent stream of cassette only releases and with a proper slab of vinyl seeming to come out about once a year for her impeccable Motion Sickness Of Time Travel project. While we try our best to get a good amount of stock for each and every one of her records, it's not always possible. Some escape our grasp, some we only can get a two or three copies which quickly disappear as soon as they hit the floor. But, sometimes we can actually get a bunch. This cassette is definitely of the latter, with is thankfully the case with this new one on Constellation Tatsu, limited this time to a more sensible 250 copies, meaning it'll be around for a little longer than usual. Here, Evans presents a split release with her long-time friend Lynn Fister, the Southern transplant now living in the Bay Area who records under the moniker Aloonaluna. Like Evans, Fister pedals in a bleary dream-pop / komische deconstruction with ethereal, and at times witchy vocals that wordlessly orbit the amorphous synth sequencing and fizzing electronics. The Motion Sickness track is a rare instrumental for Evans, with her streaming waves of sparking synthing tones and slippery undulations of drone-pop narcotic. So nice!
MPEG Stream: MOTION SICKNESS OF TIME TRAVEL "Drawing Down The Moon"
MPEG Stream: ALOONALUNA "Apnea Method"
MPEG Stream: ALOONALUNA "Stutter-Sleep Dance"

MOTION SICKNESS OF TIME TRAVEL / NOVA SCOTIAN ARMS Crystal Anniversary (Aguirre) lp 25.00

MOTIONS Introduction to ... /Their Own Way (Pseudonym Records) cd 14.98

album cover MOTLEY CRUE Too Fast For Love (Motley / Eleven Seven) cd 14.98
Tommy Lee is the reason Andee got a cowbell back in the day!

album cover MOTLEY CRUE Too Fast For Love (Motley / Eleven Seven) lp 21.00
Tommy Lee is the reason Andee first got a cowbell back in the day!

album cover MOTOR Hyper Machine (Dim Mak) cd 13.98
Even if they hadn't called their new album Hyper Machine, we expect we'd still have ended up using both those words in our review of this, the latest blast of high energy EBM mechanoid mayhem from the over the top (and somewhat tongue in cheek?) techno duo known as Motor. Formerly on the Mute label, they've jumped ship for this release, which actually came out in Europe last year on the Shitkatapult label, under original title Metal Machine, with different cover art and a slightly altered tracklisting (3 more cuts on this one), just to be confusing we suppose, though exposure to their music is disorienting enough, automatically locking your body into mechanical robot rhythms and assaulting your ears with all manner of distorted zips and zaps, bleeps and blaps, relentlessly punishing beats and varispeed, pitch-shifting dronefuzz, as if every single knob on all their gear is constantly being turned, up and up and up. Mostly instrumental, their sonics seem derived both from video games AND industrial strength grinding tools, like a Teutonic Tron soundtrack. Imagine skweee gone "Sprockets". That's kinda what this sounds like. Nothing subtle about it. Unapologetically techno. None more techno!! In one track, an ominous voice says, "What's that you say? You say you don't like techno? Well ain't that a bitch." Well, we don't like ALL techno, but there's something about Motor that really can't be denied. Join the party! And of course if you liked Klunk and Unhuman, the previous Motor discs on Mute, you'll like this one too for sure.
While some techno knowitalls will probably hate us for saying this, if you were gonna buy just one "techno" record this year (outside of those in the Pop Ambient style on the Kompakt label that we love love love), then Motor's Hyper Machine is IT.
MPEG Stream: "Kick It"
MPEG Stream: "Schism"
MPEG Stream: "Death Rave"

album cover MOTOR Klunk (Mute) cd 16.98
Normally the way to get me (Allan) to listen to, let alone like, a record *isn't* to tell me that it's got elements of techno, acid house, and/or Hi-NRG dance music to it. Comparisons to various '80s industrial/club culture icons like Front 242 and Nitzer Ebb are also not terribly enticing, either. Yet this album, with its stark, stylish black and white (and red) graphics and suggestively Kraftwerkian name and title somehow drew me in, and guess what? I ended up really digging it! (No, not dancing to it, though I'm sure people will.) The dozen, almost entirely instrumental tracks on Motor's full-length debut may be a species of techno/house music, but they're sufficiently raw and ominously droning to appeal to me as a pure listening experience... the relentless 4/4 energy here is simply brutal, and this disc is thick and heavy with machine beats and super-distorted synths, the kind that sound like dive-bombing Stukkas! Sure, it's Sprocketsy but ballsy too, this trans-Atlantic duo (one guy from Minneapolis, another from Paris) making the perfect in-my-imagination Euro techno ideal of computer-jerked motorik electro grooves, tranced-out tones, and video game gibbering...
OK, gotta cut this review short as everyone else here is making fun of what I'm listening to, doing robotic dance moves and making raver glow stick comments, but I know they're all secretly enjoying this as well -- AND I think they're getting their work done faster and more efficiently, too!
(Note: this isn't to be confused with another, different electronic outfit also named Motor who hail from Russia.)
MPEG Stream: "Black Powder"
MPEG Stream: "King Of USA"

album cover MOTOR Unhuman (Novamute) cd 15.98
Klunk, the debut from the Sprocketsy electronic duo Motor, was the unexpected dancefloor hit last year here -- that is if AQ had a dancefloor and if you asked Allan what the hit was. Unexpected especially since Allan's not known for his love of club music. Now Motor are back with a new album, Unhuman, and it's got the same distorted techno beat buzz and bleep goin' on, from the jittering funk that is "Bleep #1" to the sinister, more song-y "Night Drive" to the power tool robotics of "Flashback" (other evocative titles include "Drug Punk", "20 Volts Of Steel", and "Sikk"). There's obvious Detroit and Kraftwerk influences, and certainly lots of folks have regurgitated sounds like these since the '80s, but Motor have a special knack for this all right. It's the rigid, relentless, crunching beats, and the synth sizzle... going and going and going... in fact it's hard to write this review as I'm trancing out as I type thisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisis....
Fresh off tour (including a stint opening for industrial icons Nitzer Ebb), these guys are proud of their live, "punk" energy. It's stressed that Motor are a real band not purely the product of a computer or a DJ spinning stuff. As a result they've perhaps incorporated more melody (and vocals, sometimes scarily processed) into the mix this time 'round, but the more machine-like, brutal aspects of the debut haven't been disposed of either, so Allan says thumbs up on this one as well. Definitely get this if you liked their debut as much as he did.
MPEG Stream: "Flashback"
MPEG Stream: "Night Drive"

MOTORHEAD 1916 (Columbia) cd 5.00
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MOTORHEAD Ace Of Spades (Metal-Is) cd 12.98

MOTORHEAD Bomber (Metal-Is) cd 12.98

MOTORMARK Chrome Tape (DHR) cd 15.98

album cover MOTORPSYCHO Heavy Metal Fruit (Rune Grammofon) cd 17.98
Having been around for years and years (with the cult following to show for it), this Norwegian band now release their umpteeth album, however just their third for Rune Grammofon. Apparently we missed their vinyl-only 2nd one for the label, whoops, but we really liked their RG debut a couple years ago, Little Lucid Moments. And again, this is a similar hard-to-pin-down hybrid of trippy space rock, indie rock pop, and, as befits this disc's Blue-Oyster-Cult-lyric-derived title, even a little bit of metal. Maybe more than a little bit on the 13 minute opening track "Starhammer (Feat. The Electric Psalmon)", which goes through several musical mood-swings, at certain, most metallic points sounding a lot like Black Label Society, believe it or not, complete with big grungy riffs and harmonic pinch squeals a la Zakk Wylde, with vocals too that sound a bit Ozzy-esque, though elsewhere on that track (and album as a whole) they wander far out into abstract Pink Floydian space...
By the way that's not the longest song on here, either, the disc wrapping up in epic fashion with a 20 minute, 4 part suite entitled "Gullible's Travails". In between, there's some shorter songs, including the delicate piano lullaby "Close Your Eyes" and the rockin' roadhouse spaceout "The Bomb-Proof Roll And Beyond (For Arnie Hassle)", but their kitchen-sink-inclusive prog aesthetic is operative throughout, Motorpsycho utilizing Moogs and mellotrons, horn players borrowed from Jaga Jazzist, dreamy vocal choruses, and plenty of hard rock guitar. Occasionally they take some twists and turns we don't like quite so much as others, and also they're one of those bands we'd probably like even better if they didn't sing in English, but mostly Motorpsycho's arty indie/stoner rock meets cinematic synth sound, confusionally crammed with shimmering psychedelic jamming, edgy energetic rock riffage, and lovely laidback poppiness, is quite pleasing!
MPEG Stream: "Starhammer (Feat. The Electric Psalmon)"
MPEG Stream: "The Bomb-Proof Roll And Beyond (For Arnie Hassle)"
MPEG Stream: "W.B.A.T."

album cover MOTORPSYCHO Heavy Metal Fruit (Rune Grammofon) 2lp 32.00
Having been around for years and years (with the cult following to show for it), this Norwegian band now release their umpteeth album, however just their third for Rune Grammofon. Apparently we missed their vinyl-only 2nd one for the label, whoops, but we really liked their RG debut a couple years ago, Little Lucid Moments. And again, this is a similar hard-to-pin-down hybrid of trippy space rock, indie rock pop, and, as befits this disc's Blue-Oyster-Cult-lyric-derived title, even a little bit of metal. Maybe more than a little bit on the 13 minute opening track "Starhammer (Feat. The Electric Psalmon)", which goes through several musical mood-swings, at certain, most metallic points sounding a lot like Black Label Society, believe it or not, complete with big grungy riffs and harmonic pinch squeals a la Zakk Wylde, with vocals too that sound a bit Ozzy-esque, though elsewhere on that track (and album as a whole) they wander far out into abstract Pink Floydian space...
By the way that's not the longest song on here, either, the disc wrapping up in epic fashion with a 20 minute, 4 part suite entitled "Gullible's Travails". In between, there's some shorter songs, including the delicate piano lullaby "Close Your Eyes" and the rockin' roadhouse spaceout "The Bomb-Proof Roll And Beyond (For Arnie Hassle)", but their kitchen-sink-inclusive prog aesthetic is operative throughout, Motorpsycho utilizing Moogs and mellotrons, horn players borrowed from Jaga Jazzist, dreamy vocal choruses, and plenty of hard rock guitar. Occasionally they take some twists and turns we don't like quite so much as others, and also they're one of those bands we'd probably like even better if they didn't sing in English, but mostly Motorpsycho's arty indie/stoner rock meets cinematic synth sound, confusionally crammed with shimmering psychedelic jamming, edgy energetic rock riffage, and lovely laidback poppiness, is quite pleasing!
MPEG Stream: "Starhammer (Feat. The Electric Psalmon)"
MPEG Stream: "The Bomb-Proof Roll And Beyond (For Arnie Hassle)"
MPEG Stream: "W.B.A.T."

album cover MOTORPSYCHO Little Lucid Moments (Rune Grammofon) cd 17.98
Norwegian indie rock band Motorpsycho certainly have their fans. For years and years, several of our friends have been singing their praises, telling us to check 'em out. And some of what we've heard, we've liked. Poppy, psychy, sometimes sorta heavy, also rather quirky. But still, they never quite "clicked" with us. Until now. This new Motorpsycho album we're totally digging. (And no, it's not just 'cause it was released by Rune Grammofon, a label we usually like.)
Sparklingly melodic and super energetic and full of guitar guitar guitar... Motorpsycho really get pretty wild with the acid rock guitar soloing here, almost to Kawabata Makoto levels, whom we recall liked to say he played 'motorpsycho' guitar. Hmm. There's plenty of room for them to stretch out with the guitars and FX as this disc consists of four long songs (longest, 21:05, shortest 11:26). But they *are* ultimately pop songs, with vocals (in English) and hooks and all.
With that pop element going full bore too, they've (at last?) hit the sweet spot of successfully mixing '70s bombast with '90s college radio / indie rock. As long as you realize we mean this in a really good way, we'll go ahead and describe Little Lucid Moments as sounding sorta like the Foo Fighters gone prog. They've definitely got some little lucid Pink Floyd moments in there too, via Voivod perhaps, who themselves dabbled in the pop punk thing too...
As long as we're confusing things with seemingly random references to other artists, let's also cite Sloan -and- Circle as two more disparate bands this reminds us of, at times! Sloan for all the ambitious rockin' pop stuff here, while the spaced out guitars and motorik chuggery of "The Alchemyst" could easily be Circle or Motorpsycho's countryfolk Salvatore. And then in the track "She Left On The Sun Ship" it sounds like they're getting into the twisty, sinuous vein of rockin' post rockers Drive Like Jehu, with some little Champs-y licks thrown in too. Who else should we mention? 31Knots? Ok, another good prog-pop-indie blend. The Beach Boys? Yep, in the vocals sometimes. But all this successfully adds up to something cool that's uniquely Motorpsycho (and nothing like the gearhead garagabilly rock their name might imply).
So, it's taken a looong time but we're finally convinced. We're Motorpsycho fans. We know a guy in Holland (hi Frankco!) who will be very pleased. Now we'll have to go back and reconsider all the umpteen Motorpsycho records we'd been ignoring all this time...argh! No, that's a good thing. Always nice to have a not-so-new band to newly like... Highly, surprisingly recommended.
MPEG Stream: "Suite: Little Lucid Moments"
MPEG Stream: "She Left On The Sun Ship"
MPEG Stream: "The Alchemyst"

album cover MOTORPSYCHO + JAGA JAZZIST HORNS In The Fishtank 10 (Konkurrent) cd 11.98
Another installment in Konkurrent's In The Fishtank series. So far there's been collaborations from Tortoise with The Ex, Low with Dirty Three, Willard Grant Conspiracy with Telefunk as well as Sonic Youth, I.C.P. and The Ex. Individual efforts have included June Of 44. This time it was a Norwegian experimental get-together with Motorpsycho and the horn section from Jaga Jazzist. The results are an impressive slow groovin' jazzy postrock affair.
MPEG Stream: "Bombay Brassiere"

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