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Mastered by Guy at The Exchange
Mastered by Guy at The Exchange is the second studio album by Ben Jacobs under his stage name of Max Tundra. Released on 2 September 2002 through Domino Records in the United Kingdom and by Tigerbeat6 Records in North America, making it his first album to be distributed in North America. The album was also Max Tundra's first to be released with vocals on nearly all the tracks.
Two singles were released from the album: "Lysine" and "Cabasa". The album failed to chart in both the United Kingdom and the United States, but received high critical acclaim with the music website Pitchfork referring to the album as a "A massive achievement" and placed it on their list of Top 50 albums of 2002.
Sketchi is an album by Cex released in 2007. The album's cover is a modified version of the movie poster for the 1988 Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito comedy Twins.
Creature Comforts is the second album by American experimental noise band Black Dice. It was released in June 2004 by DFA Records and Fat Cat Records.
Ice Capped At Both Ends
Diamond Watch Wrists
10th Avenue Freakout
10th Avenue Freakout is the third studio album by American indie rock band Fog. It was released on Lex Records in 2005.
Non Meters Volume 1
BiG A little a
Pure Trash is the second solo studio album by American multi-instrumentalist Dosh. It was released on Anticon on October 11, 2004. It peaked at number 74 on the CMJ Top 200 chart.
REPO is the fifth studio album by American experimental noise band Black Dice. It was released on April 7, 2009 on Paw Tracks Records.
Git is the first album by Skeletons & The Girl-Faced Boys though the band had previously released material under the name "Skeletons". It was released on Ghostly International in July 2005.
Painting Monsters On Clouds
Greg Davis & Sebastien Roux
Threads Rope Spell Making Your Bones
The Sun is an album by Fridge released on 11 June 2007. The vinyl release consists of two records, of which three sides have music, while the fourth side is blank with minimally etched artwork.
Dreamland Idle Orchestra
We Know About the Need
We Know About the Need is the first studio album by English post-rock band Bracken. It was released on Anticon in 2007.
Enemy Of Fun
Stars As Eyes
Go Pets Go
Jane Doe Loves Me
Experimental Dental School
Two Kings of the Same Kingdom
Along The Quai
The Berg Sans Nipple
Rise, Rise, Rise
Parts & Labor / Tyondai Braxton
Minotaur Shock (aka) David Edwards follows the lively synth pop shanties of Maritime with Amateur Dramatics, an album that's as big a step forward for his music as Maritime was compared to what came before it. Where that album was bright, bouncy, and overtly synthetic with a few live instruments, Amateur Dramatics is often dark, sophisticated, and urgent, with even more live instrumentation -- courtesy mostly of violinist James Underwood and woodwind player Emily Wakefield -- and nods to classical composition. "AmDram" is a perfect example of the album's direction, but there are still plenty of moments where Minotaur Shock's playfulness and love of '80s synth pop is out in full force. "Accelerated Footage" is particularly witty, pitting rapid-fire blips and a relentless synth-bass with saxophone and strings. Edwards' gift for character sketches is stronger than ever, especially on "Zookeeper," which opens the album with wry interplay between piano, violin, and a glitchy rhythm, and on "Jason Forrest," a cranky sounding track propelled by a Detroit techno-tinged beat and given a twist with spiraling saxophones and guitars. However, Amateur Dramatics' best track is "This Plane Is Going to Fall," which melds the breathy vocals of Anna-Lynne Williams into a soothing, hypnotic, and surprisingly danceable track. A seamless mix of styles and sounds, this album shows that Edwards can make almost any kind of music into Minotaur Shock music.
Resilience is an album by Miguel Depedro under his alias of Kid 606. It was released by Tigerbeat6 on July 25, 2005.
Level Live Wires
Level Live Wires is a studio album by American hip hop producer Odd Nosdam. It was released on Anticon in 2007. It peaked at number 14 on the Dusted Top 40 Radio Chart in 2007.
Escapes from the Cage
Your Infamous Harp
The Secret Miracle Fountain
Yakuza Heart Attack
Yakuza Heart Attack
Girls Are Short
All The Way
Curling Pond Woods
Early Works for Me If It Works for You, Vol. 2 (The Early Stages of Dntel)
World I See
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