Thursday, October 26, 2006


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Straight Outta Iraq comes the finest in Arabic Punk.

Dj Foundation defies the conventions and attacks the sacred cows of US imperialism, radical islam and evangelical stupidity.

Very ltd edition release... Buy From Us or Rough Trade Records London

Monday 27 November 2006

DisasterSounds / Audiosushi 27.11.06 Chart Listings

01 Supafly Inc - Sunrise (Dog Eat Dog)
02 freemasons 'rain down love' [loaded]
03 mika 'grace kelly remixes" [casablanca]
04 lo-fi-fnk "change channels remixes" [moshi moshi]
05 dj foundation 'god is dead' [metal postcard]
06 lady sovereign 'love me or hate me" [island/universal]
07 space cowboy "egyptian lover" [tiger trax]
08 journeyman dj "shelly's" [packupanddance]
09 Muz & Mann "Feeling My Sh_t" -[Hussle & Black]
10 s-m "billie jean" [gusto]

And... the Sunday Experience Blog says:

DJ Foundation 'God is Dead' (Metal Postcard). Call it an age thing - perhaps the onset of senility but we swear this or at least a version of it appeared as a limited Xmas treat download under the working title 'I didn't know I loved you until I saw you Iraq and roll' this time last year. Anyway regardless of whether it's been out or not it has now been given an ultra limited official (well we say official very loosely) release by those nice people at Metal Postcard. Without doubt and passing bad wind in the face of all things PC (PC as in politically correct and not your personal computer like) these days (isn't it just nice to have a record that jabs a fuck you middle finger in the direction of the moral majority) in terms of bad taste this cutie is sure to upset and intrigue in equal measures. The orgasmic 'God is Dead' runs a similar line to South Central's (recent or is it soon to be released floor rumbler via Art Goes Pop) 'Nothing can go wrong' (see Missive 103) in that it fuses together Gary Gli**ers 'Rock 'n' Roll (part 2)' and the Fall's 'Big New Prinz' while simultaneously upping the ante several notches on their rivals by immersing it in a wealth of X Rated samples scored from, one would imagine, scripts from 70's porn movies. The end result a salacious panting dirty beauty that aside being utterly filthy and sexy with it may well require several cold showers not only for you the listener but your hi-fi as it comes to terms with its newly found awoken sexuality. Flip side features Sonny and Cher's crowning glory 'I got you babe' being hilariously pulverised, cut up, mashed up and fed into the centre stage of a raging and violent cross fire conflict. Now finding itself reworked as (yep you guessed it) 'I shot you babe' by Sunni and Shia - it really does make you wonder whether there is any conceivable or contentious subject matter that those Metal Postcard dudes wouldn't consider touching. That said the editing is a little out which adds to its almost amateurish cocking a snoop charm. On the CD version there's an additional hot 'n' horny retread of 'God is Dead' given a sultry Eastern promise refit braided with all manner of military marching shenanigans which all said and done gives it an KLF appeal. Of course it goes without saying utterly essential stuff even if to just piss off the politically correct pop purists.

Wednesday, June 21, 2006


Streaky Jake's debut album

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Streaky Jake who originally hails from Perth Western Australia is currently somewhere in europe enjoying a northern hemisphere summer.

His sound has already been compared to Badly Drawn Boy meets Mazzy Star and My Space fans are raving about his beautifully rendered songs.

Two recent performances in London held audiences rapt.

New action on brooklyn's metal postcard comes in the form of the young western australian streaky jake. this record is the epitome of everything lofi, with the muffled vocals, next to no production values, minimal effects lies a charm, somewhere between mazzy star and badly drawn boy, that is seducing everyone who listens to it, not to mention the hundreds of people clamouring to be his mate on that myspace thing.
Rough Trade Records / London

An engrossing, lovely, naive, and one of the best headphone albums of recent times. If Cody Chestnutt hadn’t already coined it, it would be the headphone masterpiece.
Cyclic Defrost (Australia)

Cost: $US9.99 +P&P

Tuesday, May 02, 2006


As well as putting out a killer Dsico 12" late last year Metal Postcard has decided that we should also license the two great CD's he put out in 2005.

His "You Fight Like A Girl" which received great reviews last year. Rough Trade records in London said.

"A genius mini lp that melds the electro sounds of the 80's with something that all the kids will love...if you like metro area or the lcd/dfa sound you sure as hell are gonna' love this one."

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And also his follow up re-mix cd, Fool featuring mixes of his work by the likes ofDJ Twitchfrom the Optimo crew, our friends at the 12 Apostles label Ollo and Darwin's new kid on the block Blastcorp

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Contact us to purchase copies

Tuesday, March 14, 2006


The Innovaders Are Here. The Acid Reign Has Started

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Yet again Brooklyn breaks the mold.. the freshest acid this side of 1990.

Nite say: These young men dabble in the profession of constructing gritty acid house tracks, and melodic electro disco toons that may or may not have a hint of Italo swirling around them.

Acid Reign has six tracks of bumping electronic funk with the emphasis on the robotic disco that emanated out of Chicago in that halcyon era of early house music. The track Innovaded (From the Drum Machine) is quite rocking and will be making its way into my dj sets quite soon, as will You'll Never Get Out Of This Club Alive. The final track, We Get Open is very acidic, very nasty, pretty damned funky and melodic all at once, and would definitely set some dance floors on fire.

Rough Trade say:

A stunning lo-fi acid assault. The emphasis is on melody and soul.. as all great techno should be.

If you don't believe us read the Wikipedia entry

COST: $US8.99 +P&P