Wednesday, June 16, 2010


Some of my favorite albums I've heard lately have been internet give-aways. Perfect for weirdos who don't make the kind of trendy cookie-cutter sounds the labels are looking for. Such as:

Nac/Hut Report: Might as well start with this one, since I've been listening to it regularly since it dropped late April. This Polish/Italian boy/girl team reference the old musique-concrete scene and infamous noisemakers like Psychic TV and Einst├╝rzende Neubauten, and there are certainly all manner of harsh industrial screeches here, but the songs are lovingly topped with cool vocals crooning
evocative minor-key melodies. I play this one after a cocktail before going to bed. For some reason, it's kinda soothing (must be the feminine touch.)

Nac/Hut Report: 9th Overflowing...Milky Slaughterhouse...Dream Of Incubator

Here's an interview, with a link to a download of their first EP, which I haven't had a chance to check out yet.


pee pee the sailor said...

Have you ever checked out cake and polka blogspot or WFMU? They have some stuff you might like. Cake and polka is the home of Fatty Jubbo!

Mr Fab said...

'Course I have, check my links to the right!

Me & FMU are old pals (waves "Hi, guys!"). And I love Mr. Jubbo's paintings, too.