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The first release on MoM's own Sonig label in 1997, brought over to America Town by our friends at Thrill Jockey in 2000. Instrumentals finds Mouse On Mars in probably their most relaxed mode, with the sputtering blips and bloops gelling into a nice, cohesive aural picture. If you've never heard ... CD
Warm bell tones and smooth sine waves lay underneath the skittering pitter patter of electronic percussion of MOM's lates offering of Cologne soundscapes. 15 tracks of happy machinery bubbling and squeaking, including "Snap Bar", "Rerelease Hysteresis", 'High Court & Low ... CD
Town & Country's fifth album finds the Chicago-based minimalists seemingly expanding the parts of their lulling compositions just a bit, with a crisper sound that makes it all somewhat more engaging. It features 6 tracks that for the most part fall on the long side of the five minute mark, and ... CD
One of the best rock albums to come out of Chicago and/or Louisville in the 80s. If you kids like the rock & roll of the Neil Young & Crazy Horse (loose, crazed electric guitars), X (barbed guy/girl traded lead vocals), and earlier Giant Sand or Uncle Tupelo (feedback-echoed twang) you ... CD
A wonderful little record from this longtime stalwart of the Chicago scene. Sam started out in Shrimpboat, gained great fame in Sea & Cake, and here delivers his most wonderful performance to date – a beautiful set of jazzy pop tracks, with backing by Josh Abrams, Archer Prewitt, Jim O'Ro ... CD
Essential early-ish Tortoise – and among their best records ever! The bassy, heavily rhythmic aspect of their earlier recordings is as well intact and distinctive as it was on the benchmark self-titled album and earlier singles, but the group really branches out here and incorporates many ... CD
Their first one, now a classic in the once burgeoning "post rock" genre (much as we hate using that term) – and it's hands down one of best and most influential albums to come out of Chicago in the early 90s! Spare, rhythmic blend of moody grooves laid down by 2 basses, 2 drummers ... CD
A massive collection of Tortoise rarities – including work from non-US releases, tour-only EP material, compilation tracks and more – plus the long out-of-print, heavily sought after Rhythms, Resolutions And Clusters remix album – all at a great price! You really couldn't ask for ... CD
Maybe the warmest record by the Sea & Cake – drawing a lot more from their earlier The Biz and Sam Prekop's solo album than their previous The Fawn, adding strings to a lot of the melodies instead of the electronic sounds. Sunny avant pop that manages to pull off a little bit of ... CD