Review: Kimya Dawson

Kimya Dawson "Hidden Vagenda" (K Records) She has soul! That's something without question! Kimya Dawson has got some motherfucking soul dammit! From her work with The Moldy Peaches to her most recent solo...

Review: Old Time Relijun

Old Time Relijun "Lost Light" (K Records) Old Time Relijun sounds exactly the way you would think they would with that name. The tunes have red hot burning voodoo blood coursing through them.  Song two...

CD Review: The Blow “The Concussive Caress”

THE BLOW "The Concussive Caress" (K Records) This is the second release from the Blow, which is essentially Khaela Maricich and whoever else she has to help her flesh out her songs on her recordings....

Review: Tender Trap

Tender Trap "Film Molecules" (K Records) In 2001 the English duo of Rob Pursey and vocalist Amelia Fletcher began quietly making beautiful pop gems with an 8-track machine. Both previously played in...

Review: The Gossip

The Gossip "Self-Titled" (K Records) For some reason I’m getting this 2000 Gossip release now, but it doesn'’t matter.  This ep sounds as fresh and bad to the proverbial bone as it did 2+ years ago,...

Review: Little Wings

Little Wings "Light Green Leaves" (K Records/ Secretly Canadian) If I was from Canada I'd keep it a secret, too.  I should also keep it a secret that I really like Little Wings because my hardcore...

Review: Landing

Landing "Passages Through" (K Records) Guy/girl, dreamy, slow motion, space-rock .  Sort of a retro Creation Records shoegazer vibe ala Slowdive.  All the delay/chorus/flange/tremeloed out droning...

Review: Adam Clayton Forkner

Adam Clayton Forkner "Version" (K Records) Adam Forkner's (of Yume Bitsu) computer music solo project.  Presented for you here is a pleasant batch of  glitchy, drum n' bass and ambient, indie-minded...

Review: All Girl Summer Fun Band

All Girl Summer Fun Band "2" (K Records) I haven't heard twee this bright and cute since Heavenly.  Freaks for Sarah Records and a lot of K's early releases will be charmed close to death by these...

Review: Dub Narcotic Sound System

Dub Narcotic Sound System "Degenerate Introduction" (K Records) It seems that not even a massive car accident can stop the machine that is the Dub Narcotic Sound System! After being involved in a major...