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Neung Phak 2
Uproarious mix-up of Molam pop, Thai acid-rock, Javanese dangdut, default TwoTone and Cambodian instro-drama from the Oakland CA seven-piece including Sublime Frequencies' Mark Gerghis (with Alan Bishop guesting).



Donnie And Joe Emerson Dreamin' Wild
Bedroom folk-soul-psych-funk just versioned by Hype Williams; soon-to-be by Ariel Pink, for whom 'it's a staple on just about every playlist-mixtape I've assembled in the past 3 years... nothing short of sublime'.



Fiona Apple The Idler Wheel
Superb fourth album, bare but sparkling, steeped in her vaudevillian take on Americana, rawly confessional and beautifully voiced as ever a mid-thirties heartful of fierce discontent.



Benny Soebardja The Lizard Years
You might know Benny for his contributions to Those Shocking, Shaking Days. Here are the Indonesian rocker's first three albums Lizard, Gut Rock, Night Train privately pressed by him in the mid-70s.



Gary Sloan And Clone Harmonitalk
Zany, Alaskan, harmonica-led electro-pop, with a case of Krautrock-and-the-Moroders, originally released in 1980.



Annette Peacock I'm The One
Fresh, landmark, 1972 pop-electronica, raw, honest and intrepid, full of passion and intelligence, somewhere between the most down Betty Davis and the most out Tim Buckley... including the awesome Pony.



Rodriguez Cold Fact
Late-60s psych folk a massive underground smash in South Africa with the calypsofried drug-sick masterpiece Sugar Man.



Ilaiyaraaja Fire Star
The King of Kollywood's magpie, experimental, stripped-electro soundtracks to all-action, eighties Tamil boilers, with characteristically lavish Bombay Connection styling out. Boss.







Bob Chance It's Broken!
Ersatz Giorgio Moroder meets wannabe Glen Campbell at the 1980 roots of electro-boogie-country terror. Sleazy, wrong and enjoyable featuring the nine-minute dance version of the feted title-track.