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Culture, General, Records, Review

Quare Groove – Volume 1

As I was reading through the liner notes for the wonderfully titled Quare Groove – A Collection of Irish Groove, Punk Funk and Electro, released last week on All City Records I was reminded of the hours and hours I spent going through the Irishrock.org website over the years. An exhaustive archive on Irish bands,…

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Music, Nonsense, Record Store Memories, Records

Record Store Memories: Hypervinyl Edition

This is the first of a new series on infinitestatemachine called “Record Store Memories”. It’s a highly subjective account of my relationship with various record stores over the years, and will appear appropriately infrequently until I’ve covered all the important ones. For the first one I had to choose the record store that changed my…

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Culture, General, Music, Nonsense, Records

Ten Years Lost

The more things change, the more things stay the same. I could just as well leave this post at that. Ten years ago Tom started this site with the basic idea of highlighting music that is overlooked by other outlets. The same frustrations that brought about the blog still stand. It may seem like we…

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General, Music, Records, Review

Nu Era – Geometricks EP

The storied career of Marc Mac could fill up a few blog posts; the versatile producer probably most famous as being one of the founding members of 4 Hero has been active since the late 80s across multiple genres. I’m gonna pass up on writing up a hagiography of the guy and cut straight to…

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Music, Records, Review

Rude 66 – From Reason To Ritual

Ruud Lekx has been somewhat of a cult figure for quite some time now. For those deeply invested in what has come out of Holland in the last 20+ years, Rude 66 is a recognisable and notable name, but compared with your Legowelts and I-fs he still remains a bit of a fringe character. But then…

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Records, Review

Darshan Jesrani – Mirror Test

Despite all his activity over the past few years, Darshan Jesrani is still best known for his Metro Area collaboration with Morgan Geist. This is far too bad, as he has been behind much great music, especially on the Startree label where he explores more song oriented disco under the aliases Funn City and Cylinder….

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