the seal cub clubbing club have a book club. say that five times fast and you deserve a prize. bizarrely enough, its true, this five piece band brings books on tour for fans to take away or add to. this obviously unique band is releasing their first single, dawn lamb from their upcoming debut album, entitled super science fiction, on 6th april.
tombee is back with his 4th release on jack to phono with strike up the band. hailing from newcastle (home of the brown) dj, producer and film-maker tombee often describes his sound as folk-hop. the definition of folk music, if you look it up, is music handed down from generation to generation, which when considering the beats interwoven and flipped here, kinda makes sense... this time tombee teams up with mr konfuze & lunatic, tom eno and winter north atlantic to create one eclectic download and remix package! from a dancefloor friendly party vibe to the ambiance of winter north atlantic. supporters of tombees music include djs smoove, djouls, shepdog, parker and mr goju. past collaborations have included diesler & capstone, black grass, unique records, phase 5 stereo, the seal cub clubbing club and soulfood , argentina. tombee is certainly spreading his sounds far and wide. tombee is currently working on his first album and we will back soon
when mr. james bright and tom eno are left alone for too long, a little something special tends to happen. following the successful release of their debut solo records, >big sounds from small spaces< (tape club records) and >barnstormer< (jack-to-phono), the pair have joined forces to cultivate their own unique breed of garden-space-funk. emerging from the shed as tickler tea and magic fuzz, the duo have traded in their cowboy boots for moon boots, and have developed a rich new sound which brings them to the forefront of the funk/glitchop era.
2010 release by this project from bristol-based musician scott hendy. anyone who has seen the recent bansky documentary exit through the gift shop has likely heard diego & the dissidents though they may not have realized it. an album that almost never saw the light of day, now resurrected just in time to see brilliant tracks such as -contaminated water pt. 4- and others add depth and intrigue to a film already featuring an -against all odds- theme.