A CONVERSATION BETWEEN LIQUID LIQUID AND TUSSLE

Selftitled Daily brings us an exclusive conversation between NYC dance/punk legends Liquid Liquid and our own Tussle. You can read the whole piece http://www.self-titledmag.com/home/2008/11/19/slippery-when-wet-an-exclusive-conversation-between-liquid-liquid-tussle/ here.

  • Kelly Lee Owens: Kelly Lee Owens

    Kelly Lee Owens: Kelly Lee Owens

    Even in the increasingly crowded field of electronic music, Kelly Lee Owens’ debut album arrives as a wonderful surprise. An album that bridges the gaps between cavernous techno, spectral pop, and krautrock’s mechanical pulse, Kelly Lee Owens brims with exploratory wonder, establishing a personal aesthetic that is as beguiling as it is thrillingly ...

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  • Carmen Villain: Infinite Avenue

    Carmen Villain: Infinite Avenue

    We’re all on our own unique emotional road trips. Infinite Avenue happens to be Carmen’s. Here she is, holed up in the Motel Nowheresville, unpacking a suitcase full of stories of guilt, desire, rage, apathy, love and friendship, loneliness, nature, inner demons and other tales of twenty-first century womanhood. Carmen Villain is half-Norwegian and half-Mexican ...

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  • Deathprod: Treetop Drive / Imaginary Songs From Tristan da Cunha / Morals And Dogma

    Deathprod: Treetop Drive / Imaginary Songs From Tristan da Cunha / Morals And Dogma

    Deathprod’s 3 minimalist masterpieces available for the first time on vinyl and digital

    Cut to vinyl by Rashad Becker (Dubplates & Mastering)

    Comes in black gatefold sleeves with japanese obi. Pressed on 180 gram vinyl

    Treetop Drive (1994) - Imaginary Songs from Tristan da Cunha (1996) - Morals and Dogma (2004)

     

    Based in Oslo ...

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