GND really is a mark of quality as its output is so consistently good. 'Omega' and 'Fairlite' make up a double A-side from Sharooz and that's only fair, as both are equally impressive. The first track hits a dark and deep vein without falling into the trap of becoming too self-important, whilst the second takes things in a more discordant and disconcerting direction, all the time keeping a solid throb going throughout.
Whooah — South London production duo Ill Move Sporadic are all set to release their debut LP, 'Drug Corpse' and this is the first thing I've heard from it. Fantastic spacey Arabic drone funk, guitars and bass unfolding and augmenting themselves in Led Zep-like 'Kashmir'-isms. Superbly startling muezzin-like tannoy hollering leads us through to the final fade. Absolutely fucking excellent and 'Drug Corpse' should be on your Xmas list NOW.
Around 20 years ago David Icke was literally the most ridiculed man in the UK after the TV sports reporter-turned-Green political activist had an 'awakening' that led him to come out as a kind of '90s Timothy Leary spiritual guru. Now his eight-hour stage presentations fill Wembley and his website is one of the most popular in the world. Here he relates some of his ideas, set over an old skool trippy ambient/electro backing courtesy of Space Christ.
Mathew Jonson's 2013 long-player 'Her Blurry Pictures' album is easily among the electronic albums of the year. And here the Wagon Repair don offers up three tracks to be meddled with. Innervisions main man Dixon plumbs into his bottomless well of deepness, turning in a hypnotic, dramatic interpretation of 'Level 7'. Tale Of Us will melt the iciest heart with their warm-yet-melancholy take on 'Kissing Your Eyes', while Akufen's version of 'Body In Motion' keeps you hanging until the final act before sending jazzy chills down your spine. So good.