Take a listen to the first installment from Live Eye Tv’s Mix Series, featuring tracks from Derivatives, Prostitutes, Bary Center, Boy Harsher, and more! With all the great music coming our way from around the world, we decided to hand some of our favorite tracks over to our very own DJ Alter, to see what he would come up with. […]Read more ›
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Seattle’s Medical Records recently launched a new techno sub-label called Transfusions, issuing 12″ singles/EP’s in old-school “uniform disco sleeves” while focusing on more stripped down and minimal examples of the genre. The series kicked off this past March with Alexander Robotnick and Ludus Pinsky, and now we take a listen to a preview of the upcoming offering from Vancouver, BC […]Read more ›
Nervous Curtains follow-up the success of their 2015 Medical Records LP Con with a brand new EP Low Defender, due out May 4th on Dreamy Life Records. Today we take a listen to the upcoming effort’s title track, which the band’s frontman Sean Kirkpatrick reveals was actually recorded during the Con sessions. He goes on to explain, “We were all […]Read more ›
This month Seattle’s Medical Records has reissued two classic LPs from the UK band Pram: 1993’s The Stars Are So Big…The Earth Is So Small…Stay As You Are and 1994’s Helium. Both LPs were originally released on the Too Pure label–which was also home to Stereolab, Mouse On Mars, and PJ Harvey at the time–and along with these bands, Pram’s […]Read more ›
Texas-based musician Sean Kirkpatrick wasn’t looking to start another band back in 2007 when he released his debut solo LP Turn On the Interference, as the keyboardist/vocalist already had a steady gig with The Paper Chase; but when former Falcon Project bandmate Ian Hamilton offered his services as an accompanying keyboardist, and former Deathray Davies’ drummer Robert Anderson joined on […]Read more ›
Eat up, “Cannibal Babies“, Geneva Jacuzzi has a new record due out in 2016, and if this track and video are any indication, it’s gonna be a real doozie! Technophelia is set to come out February 5th on Seattle’s Medical Records, and the upcoming album finds her working with acclaimed indie producer Chris Coady (TV on the Radio, Yeah Yeah […]Read more ›
Seattle’s Medical Records delivers some very cool, vintage synth punk this week with the release of Red Fetish‘s A Derangement of Synapses LP, due out October 9th via the label. Hailing from Stoke-on-Trent in the UK, the band consisted of Neale James Potts and Mike Richardson. The tracks that make up this LP offering were recorded between 1982-83, and were […]Read more ›