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Jeffrey Salty and the Fare Evader
Jeffrey Salty and the Fare Evader
by Sarpreet Birk
Edition: Hardcover
Price: £9.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Shepherds Bush fun., 7 Oct. 2014
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I bought Jeffrey Salty and the fare evader for my seven year old daughter Clementine. She devoured the book, reading from cover to cover in a few days. She is now insisting that I read it to her at a rate of a chapter a night and I have to say I am enjoying it to. Great book thoroughly recommended.

Modern Apprentice
Modern Apprentice
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Price: £2.89

5.0 out of 5 stars Visceral Thrills from Ikara Colt, 2 Nov. 2011
This review is from: Modern Apprentice (Audio CD)
Ikara Colt's first album "chat and business" has been a regular in my car C.D since it came out. Never tiring of this explosion of visceral delights it was with some trepidation that I approached the more recent offering "Modern Apprentice" but I was not to be disappointed.
It still attacks with military precision like its predecessor, it is still a crisp, sharp recording like its predecessor but this album is no mere replaying of former glories.
The drumming is concise and precise, the bass is clipped and driving, the guitar, at times borders on the belligerently moronic and then turns a corner of abstraction into high art territory and soaring melody, the vocals sneer and celebrate in equal measure.
Stand out tracks such as "Jackpot", "Modern feeling", "waste ground" and "Motorway"
only stand a little bit as the quality control on this album, as per their previous outing
is superb.
Visceral thrills then to be had in the searing white light of this most extreme of the monochrome sets.
Buy this one and the first one, sit back and melt.

Price: £11.18

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Math rock master piece, 11 Dec. 2009
This review is from: Mirrored (Audio CD)
Fantastic album, coming on like a bunch of glam rockers trying to disrupt a Can rehearsal. Most math rock gets a bit dry and passionless, all clever time signatures and twee tunes this one however rocks. Atlas is worth the price of admission alone but there are plenty more treats. If you like calculas combined with sweat and noise then this is for you.

Above Us The Waves
Above Us The Waves

5.0 out of 5 stars Great lost bands, 11 Dec. 2009
This review is from: Above Us The Waves (MP3 Download)
What a treat! this band split up ages ago and I used to go and see them when ever they played. The shows were amazing full of scary lights and deafening loud, no gaps, no applause till the end, no encores. Basically this was Punk floyd! The album does my memories proud and sounds great as it should being mostly produced by Christian Hayes (Dark Star, Levitation and now Mikrocomos) and Tim London (Soho, Yossarian). If you like it as psychedelic as you like-a-delic you'll love this dark, frightening bad trip of an album. Buy it now!
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