Sunday, 23 August 2009

The Spider Kitten Atomck Orchestra - Descension

<a href="">Descension (part one) by Spider Kitten</a>

An improvised psyche-doom nightmare recorded live in Newport. This was the first time the assembled musicians had played together in front of an audience. I cant really describe it, you should just listen to it. Why do you need me to tell you what it sounds like? huh? You've got ears! What am I, your mum?

Tuesday, 11 August 2009

King Size Slim - Rugland Sessions

<a href="">Side One by King Size Slim</a>

SNR's first HIPHOP release, with real rapping, yo. Recorded over a few evenings at Rugland Studios in South Wales in 2007. Fueled by beer and rap drugs this motley cru put down their rhymez over some phat beatz, yo. The result is a mixtape, the like of which you ain't never seen, yo. Produced by South Wales' finest, the Blackwood Bomber himself, King Size Slim.

Wednesday, 5 August 2009

Spider Kitten - Ineffable

<a href="">An Introduction by Spider Kitten</a>

Debut CD release from reclusive doomsters. Released in 2007 this is Spider Kitten's Master of Reality. Stoned and miserable in the face of adversity, Ineffable can justifiably be called Downer Rock. Think Sabbath covering early Nirvana. Go on, think it. Now download this and see if I was lying...

Sunday, 2 August 2009

Chi Lameo - The White Album

<a href="">Back In The USSR by Chi Lameo</a>

Picture the scene: You're at home, alone. It's the evening, maybe around 8pm. You've had dinner (waffles and beans), a few beers, you're relaxed. There's nothing on TV, so you decided to listen to some music. No Death Metal because it doesn't suit your current mood. Then it hits you...The White Album. You haven't given that a spin for a while. You can't even remember how most of Side 3 goes anymore. Yes, this will be a good evening's listening. A worthwhile audio treat from 1968. Then, of course, dissapointment and anger as you realise you've put on this version by Spider Kitten frontman Chi, instead of the original.