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KAMMERFLIMMER KOLLEKTIEF, "INCOMMUNICADO" + "MAANDER"

Here's what happens when you go looking in a section from a band you've recently fallen in love with but know very little about.
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KID 606/LESSER, "EUROPEAN TOUR SINGLE 2000"

As the title says, this 7" release was available at the recent Kid 606 dates throughout Europe.
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KID 606/THE REMOTE VIEWER, "WHEN I WANT A GUN, YEAH"/"A FIELDER"

The 606 side is a niceblend of noise and hard, fast electronic beats, although the noiseseems to flow more melodically in the music than with Kid 606's usualwork.
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MARK SPYBEY & AMBER, "SFUMATO"

This is the firstinstallment of Hushush Records' "Threesome" subscription seriesfeaturing collaborations between Mark Spybey (Dead Voices On Air,Download), Mick Harris (Scorn) and Ambre (John N Sellekaers, C-drik andOlivier Moreau of Snog, Imminent Starvation, etc).
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KALMA, "EMBARASSED"

Brian Herman and DonnaDragotta have returned to NYC (from Florida) to launch the Diskosquidlabel and release their first CD as Kalma, a somewhat mysteriouscollective project recorded together with a bunch of other friends.
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COIL, "MUSICK TO PLAY IN THE DARK, VOL. 2"

The second installment ofthe Dark series has finally been shipped to the first subscribers,after a wait of more than six months in some cases.
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LEGENDARY PINK DOTS, "A PERFECT MYSTERY"

For those of you who havethe opportunity to see the tour for this new album, take it, andexperience the unique space rock jam sessions that focus on this newmaterial.
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MARTIJN DE KLEER - FLOW, "SONGS AND PIECES"

This is the short and sweet solo debut from the guitarist of the Legendary Pink Dots.
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PLUXUS VS FRIDGE VS PLUXUS

Somebody musta missed announcing this release as it sort of magically appeared without warning.
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IAN BODDY & CHRIS CARTER, "CAGED"

Also on the minimalist rhythmic tip this week, Chris Carter & Ian Boddy have joined together for the "Caged" CD release.
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PAN SONIC/CHARLEMAGNE PALESTINE

Again on the minimalismtip, but this time completely absent of rhythm, this limited release isthe result of another "Mort Aux Vaches" program on Holland's VPRO Radio.
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CALIFONE

Bridging the gap betweentwangy country, 70s glam rock and modern electronics, Califone (whichfeatures ex-members of Red Red Meat) present this 20 minute 5-track EP.
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MIKA VAINIO, "KAJO"

For this full release, this half of Pan Sonic once again goes minimal, but never boring.
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"SWIM TEAM #1"

All new for 2000 is the latest collection from Colin Newman's Swim label.
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NICK CAVE, "THE SECRET LIFE OF THE LOVE SONG"

This disc on the King Mob label couples two spoken word lectures written by Cave: "The Secret Life of the Love Song" and "The Flesh Made Word", the former originally for the 1998 Vienna Poetry Festival and the latter for a 1996 BBC Radio broadcast.
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WHEN, "WRITER CAKEBOX - 1983-1998"

When is Lars Pedersen, longtime solo artist and former member of '80s experimental/industrial pioneers Holy Toy.
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KID KOALA, "CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME"

Montreal's scratchmasterKid Koala brings this tasty treat of 14 new tracks of groovingmelodies, peculiar samples, breakbeats and scratches.
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MISTRESS OF STRANDS, "S/T"

It's unfortunate that many listeners are unfamiliar with Ventricle, a small Seattle-based label devoted to the female voice.
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HIM, "SWORN EYES"

Boy do I hate droppingthe names of Tortoise, Isotope and Chicago Underground in a review, butfans should most definitely take a spin with the latest project fromJune of 44/Rachel's drummer Doug Scharin's new Him record.
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BELLE AND SEBASTIAN, "LEGAL MAN" 7"

Belle and Sebastian are arguably the best Brit-pop band to come out of the UK since The Smiths.
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