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Las Malas Amistades Patio Bonito
'one of the most charming idiosyncrasies I have heard all year... where truth is seized accidentally and musical shambles are sweet, virtuous and silly... like watching early Bunuel without subtitles' (Plan B).




Las Malas Amistades Jardin Interior
New, from Colombia. '... deliciously haunting... rekindles the spirit of DIY that their British counterparts have so patently forgotten', The Times; 'startlingly poignant', Metro.



Las Malas Amistades Maleza
‘The bad influences’, from Bogota, with their third album for us: twenty-eight gorgeous variations of saudade, in a warmly acoustic, post-punk take on Tropicalismo — impromptu, snapshot and sublime.




Dawn McCarthy And Bonnie Prince Billy Christmas Eve Can Kill You
Dawn Le Faun with Billy Le Bon, co-singers of The Letting Go and Wai Notes, digging up a modern(ish) parable from deep in their Everlys sack, afore getting down and sliding around on the flip.



Mia Doi Todd Sleepless Nights
Two tasty mellow tracks from the forthcoming album.




Migrating Bird The Songs Of Lal Waterson
'folk album of the year' (The Observer); '***** ... not a note is wasted' (Time Out); **** Mojo; **** Uncut; 'Compilation Of The Year' (The Guardian).





Mountain Home Mountain Home
Coming on like a west coast Espers this duo is aided by Marissa Nadler (singing lead), Margie Weink (Fern Knight) and Espers' Greg Weeks — who also produced this for his new Language Of Stone label.



Musics In The Margin Musics In The Margin
Outsider artists and musicians, with a fresh European slant — the likes of Konstantin Raudive, Andre Robillard and Martha Grunewaldt rubbing shoulders with the more familiar Daniel Johnston and Wesley Willis.



MV And EE Gettin' Gone
Really special. Overloaded psych rock-outs up against wonderfully warped and bluesy acoustic folk wanderings; blissed out but still heartfelt and intimate. J Mascis, Samara Lubelski amongst the helpers.



Marissa Nadler Little Hells
With its gripping commitment blowing away the hippie miasma of her old records (good as they are), this is terrific, her best yet. Great song-writing, risk-taking arrangements, and that wonderful voice.