Other Music New Release Update
February 6, 2002

In This Week's Update:

"In the Beginning There Was Rhythm" (post-punk retrospective)
Global Goon
Susie Ibarra
AGF (Laub vocalist)
Kim Cascone/Richard Chartier/Taylor Deupree
Miss Kittin "On the Road" (DJ mix CD)
Ida (remix album on Time Stereo)
Neil Hagerty
Iannis Xenakis reissue
Alice Coltrane reissue
Aesop Rock
Princess Superstar
Christian Kleine EP (on Morr Music)
Kyle Fischer (of Rainer Maria)
Surface of Eceon
The Wire magazine (February 2002)


Now Thing (dancehall compilation on Mo'Wax)
This Heat "Deceit" (remastered)
Serge Gainsbourg (film music 3-CD box set)
Markus Guentner
Miss Kittin & The Hacker
"Pop Ambient 2002"

Featured New Releases:

V.A. "In the Beginning There Was Rhythm" (Soul Jazz) CD/LP $18.99/$18.99
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The present age of frightening jingoism and music turned pure
commodity often obscures the fact that, at one time, music was
unapologetically political. But it was also about dancing 'til
dawn to forget the gray, banal world outside. This is where Soul
Jazz's exemplary new compilation is situated. In the post-punk era
England was alive to demanding grooves emerging from Bristol (Mark
Stewart and his unforgiving agit-pop), Manchester (A Certain
Ratio, part of the Factory installation), and Sheffield (where
Cabaret Voltaire, Richard H. Kirk & Stephen Mallinder were
hammering out electronic music years ahead of its time). This
collection is timely not because it wallows in nostalgia but
precisely because it resurrects the ferocious spirit of making
music and dancing as rebellious, anti-establishment acts. How
could one stand still to the elastic-band bass-line of 23
Skidoos 'Coup' or the electro monster 'Being Boiled' by Human
League, an uncanny, early critique of fake Western
Buddhisms? 'Sluggin Fer Jesus' by Cabaret Voltaire is an
unforgettable attack on the Christian right with a bassline so
dense it resembles a dying star. The cat-scratch guitar at the
surface of The Slits 'In The Beginning' is a perfect
counterpoint to Poly Styrene's bass swoops. This Heat's
stinging, metallic '24 Track Loop' sounds like it was released
last week, with phased chords and dissonant sax shrieks.
The Pop Group's excoriating 'She is Beyond Good and Evil'
opens with a dark dub howl before exploding into a tight funk
groove that never loses its pace. This collection is an
unqualified masterpiece. [TH]
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GLOBAL GOON "Vatican Nitez" (Rephlex) CD/LP $15.99/$15.99
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Global Goon (or Johnny Hawk as he's also known) has long been
rumored to be an alias of Aphex Twin. While we may never know his
real identity, what's certain is that Global Goon has patented a
sound that is a mix between Boards of Canada and Aphex Twin
circa "Selected Ambient Works Vol. 1". "Vatican Nitez" is Goon's
third album, and it's a beautiful excursion into ambient downtempo
electronics with GG's own strange sense of humor sprinkled
throughout. This is a must have for any modern electronics fan. By
the way, all of Goon's previous albums are out of print. So pick
this one up quick before it too finds its way into obscurity.
Brilliant! [JS]
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SUSIE IBARRA "Songbird Suite" (Tzadik) CD $15.99
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A couple of years ago, you couldn't open the Village Voice or Time-
Out NY listings without seeing Susie Ibarra's name. It seemed like
she was everywhere: whether driving the David S. Ware Quartet,
sitting in with John Zorn's Masada, or opening for Yo La Tengo.
Ibarra's popularity was for good reason -- she is one of the most
dynamic and fluid drummers in contemporary jazz music. The last
few years, though, have seen Ibarra spending less time in clubs
and more time developing her voice as a composer. Her debut
recording as a leader, "Radiance," was a kaleidoscopic melding of
jazz, folk, African, Latin and Southeast Asian influences. One
reason in particular that the album was unique was its
instrumentation: piano, violin and percussion. It wasn't your
average jazz trio. On "Songbird Suite" the instrumentation remains
the same but the personnel has changed. Craig Taborn replaces
Cooper-Moore on piano, samples and electronics while Jennifer Choi
takes Charles Burnham's place on violin. Taborn has gained
attention over the past year for playing with Dave Douglas, Mat
Maneri and Carl Craig's Innerzone Orchestra. Choi is an
accomplished classical player who has appeared on a number of John
Zorn's chamber music recordings. Listening to "Songbird Suite" one
wonders if Ibarra hasn't taken some inspiration from her friend
Pauline Oliveros, with whom she plays in the New Circle Quintet --
the new compositions use silence and electronics to haunting
effect. Additional electronics are contributed by downtown veteran
Ikue Mori, whose digitized percussion samples mix nicely with
Ibarra's vast collection of bells and gongs. [DHi]

AGF "Head Slash Bauch" (Orthlorng Musork) CD $13.99
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AGF or Antye Greie-Fuchs is the singer and co-producer for the
German group Laub. Whereas Laub record discordant electronic
pop music not unlike Lali Puna, Antye's solo debut is a whole other
story. AGF takes what has been done before with DSP laptop
electronics and turns it on its head, injecting soul into her
Mego-inspired electronics. She has an incredible knack for
treading a fine line between emotions, creating one of the most
darkly beautiful records you will ever hear. She also has the
voice of an angel both whispering and singing throughout
her tracks, which are then processed, diced and cut to a
stuttering perfection. This is one record that upon repeated
listens unveils layer upon layer of magnificent new sounds
waiting to be discovered, and quite unlike anything you have
heard before. [JS]

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Taylor Deupree's increasingly influential and significant 12K
imprint has gained international attention among laptop and
improvisational electronic musicians. This startling record
brings together Deupree's colleague and frequent collaborator
Richard Chartier and stellar artist Kim Cascone, whose music
and writing are, in effect, ground zero for the improv laptop
scene. This collaboration sees the three playing live at the
Micro_Mutek 2 festival in 2001 on the opening track, which
spans more than 21 minutes. The talent evident here is the
turning away from the simplicities of the all too common DSP
techniques used by so many laptoppers. Instead, the
threesome opts for more architectonic movements, as
subtle and quiet as the movement of glaciers. [TH]

CROSSOVER "Fantasmo" (Gigolo) CD $16.99
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The International DJ Gigolo label once again introduces the future
of electro-pop to the world with this their second signing out of
New York. Following in the footsteps of Fischerspooner, Crossover
is next in line to conquer the world. "Fantasmo" is a perfect mix
of one part dancefloor funk, one part catchy boy/girl sing-along
melodies, and one part 80's flashback. Why this amazing duo was
not included on the "ElectroClash" compilation is beyond me.
Crossover will be stars! [JS]

KOOP "Waltz for Koop" (Jazzanova Compost) CD $15.99
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After all the hype, Koop have finally delivered their debut for
Jazzanova Compost records. And boy, was it worth the wait! Many of
you have heard the magnificent 'Summer Sun' single spun in DJ sets
by the likes of Gilles Peterson, Kruder & Dorfmeister, and
Thievery Corporation (just to name a few). If so, you also know
that this Swedish duo travels in good company. Magnus Zingmark and
Oscar Simonsson create an incredibly smooth sound that
incorporates bossa nova, trip-hop, orchestral pop, and classic
soul into an amazing amalgam of lounge-inspired pop genius. They
combine classic live instrumentation (bass, bongos, reeds, flutes
and vibes) with modern electronics and add guest vocals by the
likes of Terry Callier and Cecilia Stalin, all the while creating
one incredible record along the way. Fans of Zero 7, Jazzanova,
and anything on Eighteenth Street Lounge, this is for you! [JS]

MISS KITTN "On the Road" (Terminal M) CD $19.99
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It seems that Miss Kittin is everywhere these days. She is the
undisputed queen of electro, adding vocals to tracks by Felix Da
Housecat and Golden Boy as well as recording her own album with
the Hacker. Now she has released her own DJ mix CD, and it is a
monster! This one is made for the dancefloor with techno tracks by
Plastikman, Heckmann, James Ruskin, and Laurent Garnier flowing
seamlessly into the electro of Vitalic, Felix Da Housecat, Plaid
and even Miss Kittin herself plus many, many more. What more
can I say, it's Miss Kittin and you need it! [JS]

IDA "Shhh" (Time Stereo) CD $13.99
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Ida's new remix album, on Warn Defever's excellent Time Stereo
label, is essentially a double single (in CD format), with three
versions each of two of Ida's best songs, plus some bonuses.
Rather than deconstructing Ida's beautiful pop melancholy for
their own purposes, the remixers (Defever, Sasha Frere-Jones,
Trina Shoemaker) act as classic pop producers attempting to
elevate the tracks (both released in other versions on previous
Ida albums) beyond their origins. An exciting prospect, as to me
Ida has always been a group whose sugary pop is best enjoyed live.
Although several of their tracks have begged for full blown AM
radio/top 40 production, the songs have not quite had their full
say in the studio. This record does something to rectify that with
soulful, subtle, and slightly psychedelic takes on two hopeful
classics. In a world where remixers rule, these artists have taken
a gentle hand to originals that needed tweaking, not re-finishing,
with great results. [JM]

NEIL HAGERTY "Plays That Good Old Rock and Roll" (Drag City) CD/LP  $13.99/$13.99
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When Neil Hagerty went on tour last year the lineup consisted of
two drummers, one bassist, and Hagerty on guitar. The result was a
wild and frenzied show that ranked among the best I'd seen in
years. After the tour ended, Hagerty immediately brought the group
into the studio to record "Plays That Good Old Rock and Roll". The
feel on this album is similar to Royal Trux's final effort "Pound
for Pound". Even with the lopsided lineup the music is straight-
ahead and even slick at times. Most of the songs are stripped down
to the elements: a hook, a chorus, and then guitar solos that will
take your head off. Hagerty's guitar burns with scorched effects
and in-and-out of key noodling that sounds as sincere as it is
broken. The rhythm section compliments Hagerty perfectly with
feverish bass and drum playing -- the drummers split into
different channels, one keeping time, the other messing with it.
Edith Frost contributes vocals on some tracks. A solid effort. [CK]
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IANNIS XENAKIS "Musique Electro-Acoustique" (Fractal) CD $15.99
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Though Xenakis composed for all imaginable combinations of
instrumentation, some of his most powerful work took the form of
his pieces for computer or tape -- "La Legende d'Eer,
"Persepolis", and "Orient-Occident" come to mind. With the
total control that electronic and magnetic tools allowed, Xenakis
could fully explore his concepts of sonic architecture. The pieces
found on "Musique?" were composed using UPIC, a computer system
of Xenakis' invention. He describes UPIC as "a conversational
computer system which allows music to be composed by the act of
drawing. It can be used by composers, children, acoustics
researchers and even people who know neither about music nor
computers." There has been much discussion in academia about how
much influence Xenakis' experience fighting in the resistance
during WWII influenced his music. The first piece, 'Pour La Paix'
(from 1981) is a radio play about the horrors of war with text
contributed by his wife Francoise. Here, Xenakis contrasts violent
ascending tones, harsh static, moaning choirs and calmly recited
passages (the translations of which appear in the liner notes).
The second piece, 'Voyage Absoludes Unari Vers Andromede' (from
1989) was commissioned for an exposition of paper kites in Japan.
According to the composer, 'Voyage' is about "a space voyage far
in the future, toward the galaxy of Andromeda, with episodes while
crossing the spaces between the stars." [DHi]

ALICE COLTRANE "Transfiguration" (Sepiatone) CD $14.99
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Recorded live at UCLA in 1978, "Transfiguration" was to be one of
the final recorded performances Alice Coltrane made before
effectively retiring from music to pursue a monastic life in
California. While playing piano and organ she is accompanied by
Reggie Workman on bass and Roy Haynes on drums and, at times, a
full string section (as on 'Prema'). Interestingly, while her
Warner Brothers albums just prior to this recording developed into
large Eastern-devotional gospel ensembles, this performance finds
her in a jazz trio mode, more closely reminiscent of her early
records on Impulse. The lushness of the piano and harp of her
earlier work gives way to a staccato organ placed overtop Reggie
and Roy's free-pushing rhythms. On a cover of her husband
John's 'Leo' the energy and speed of his playing is transposed
through Alice's liberated organ textures and graceful
determination and tranquility. Look for more re-issues from this
tragically overshadowed presence in jazz in the future. Highly
recommended. [GA]

PANTHERS "Are You Down?" (Troubleman Unlimited) CD $10.99
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No rest-stops on this ride, strap it down, this is full-ON... 'get
it together, get it together, get it together, shake' ...sweet.
Part divination, part diatribe, part dissertation, Panthers' songs
propel you from beginning to end and back again, and once is not
enough! Brooklyn's own have been janglin' a purple swathe through
these parts for a year-plus, just follow the trail of Presidente.
Part-time? No way, this is full-ON... 'they try to bring us down,
they don't want us to get down, are you down?' ...sweet. Justin
Chearno (former member of Pitchblende) brings on the DC bound in
step with members of Orchid and Red Scare. I don't think he has
ever shared the stage with a more balls-out vocalist than Jayson
Green, and the interplay that has developed between him and Kip
Uhlhorn bring to mind the guitar brilliance of MacKaye and
Picciotto, with flourishes of Pitchblende's days of yore. The
already amazing rhythm section of Orchid, Geoff Garlock and Jeff
Salane take on an undeniably new sweat-soaked luster with the
Pannies. These songs demand movement -- whether it be the Kokie's
set in a Williamsburg loft space, white-belt hardcore hipsters in
an Eastside sweatbox, or high school kids in a basement somewhere
between here and the other coast -- you gotta move, this is
full-ON... 'shake-shake! shake-shake! shake! shake! shake!'
..sweet. [AG]

STATIC "Eject Your Mind" (City Centre Offices) CD/LP $14.99/$12.99
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With only one 7" under his belt, the man they call Static has
released an incredible debut album. Coming from the Morr
Music/Hausmusik school of electronic pop, Static combines
beautiful ambient guitar lines, delicately tapped piano keys,
bubbly downtempo electronics, and the occasional vocal from
friends like To Rococo Rot's Robert Lippok and Justine Electra.
This is a record that grows on you with every listen, slowly
sinking into your subconscious until your humming these melodies
all day long. An amazing record, and one that proves that with
Christian Kleine, Ulrich Schnauss, and now Static, the CCO
label has its finger on the pulse of tomorrow! A must for fans of
To Rococo Rot, Lali Puna, and Manual. [JS]
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AESOP ROCK "Daylight" (Def Jux) CD EP $8.99
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"Picking up the theme from 'Labor Days', his groundbreaking
album on Def Jux, Aesop Rock returns to his underground journey
with the stellar follow-up EP 'Daylight'. Manhattan's favorite son
and one of indie hip-hop's fastest rising names, Aesop sets it off
with the title track, a standout cut from the 'Labor Days' LP, and
continues with five exclusive new cuts plus the irresistible
track 'Maintenance'. Featuring first-rate production from El-P,
Blockhead and Aesop himself, plus a blazing guest appearance from
Blueprint, 'Daylight' sets an agenda for quality, originality and
straight up excellence that will leave others struggling to catch

PRINCESS SUPERSTAR "Princess Superstar Is" (Rapster) CD $15.99
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Princess Superstar is an exaggerated, raunchy female
rapper/producer with a rip-you-off attitude and some good beats
to boot. It comes as no surprise then that Kool Keith is also
involved here, producing and rapping on many of the tracks.
On 'Bad Babysitter', she imitates a juvenile voice, "I'm a bad
babysitter, got my boyfriend in the shower...I'm making six bucks
an hour." Uptempo, slick, and bumping hip-hop production with an
attitude problem. For fans of Kool Keith and Gonzales. [CK]

CHRISTIAN KLEINE "Valis" (Morr Music) CD EP $9.99
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After last year's beautiful "Beyond Repair" full-length for City
Centre Offices, Christian Kleine returns to Morr Music.
The "Valis" EP starts where "Beyond Repair" left off -- the crisp
downtempo beats, swirling synths and a beautiful sense of melody
still exist. But this time Kleine diversifies a little bit by adding
some Autechre-inspired DSP crunch, 80's retro synths, and
even live instrumentation. "Valis" is another amazing addition to
the Morr Music catalog, and a lovely 35 minutes of melodic
electronica. [JS]

KYLE FISCHER "Open Ground" (Polyvinyl) CD $12.99
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Kyle Fischer is best known for his onstage acrobatics and pedal-
hopping guitar antics in Rainer Maria, whose most recent album, "A
Better Version of Me" made an unapologetic move towards pop/rock
convention. So it should come as no surprise that on his own,
Fischer would explore an interest in quieter, folkier sounds. With
vocal contributions from Maria member Caithlin DeMarrais,
Fischer's debut solo album is at times conspicuously similar to
his main project, particularly on the tracks where he is
accompanied by a full band. But the record also ventures into more
introspective territory finding Fischer purposefully plucking his
guitar whilst singing somber, literate pop songs. "Open Ground"
lacks the punch of Rainer Maria, but with well-crafted
songwriting, it manages to be more than just RM unplugged. [PW]

SURFACE OF ECEON "The King Beneath the Mountain" (Strange Atrractors Audio House) CD $12.99
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I've heard the forthcoming issue of U.S. indie music magazine
MAGNET features an article called something like "10 Years of
Shoe-gazing" and might have Ride on the cover. Much as that
magazine has to contend with their various British counterparts'
longer legacies, any semblance of an indigenous shoe-gazer set
has generally been troubled with the selfsame 'cross-the-pond
quandary. I mean no disrespect, in fact I am psyched someone
is recognizing the idiom at all. And just in time to represent for
the States on an aural level comes Surface of Eceon. I never
quite responded to what I heard of the other bands the members
of S.O.E. have been associated with but this particular effort
seems to squarely hit the mark, and it seems like a more
innocently enjoyable record to get lost in than a guiltily
enjoyable one. [DHo]

PIXELTAN "Pixeltan" (Troubleman Unlimited) CD $10.99
Four songs of fashion. This NYC trio (featuring Hisham of Black
Dice) may have RISD noise at its roots but nonetheless serves up
the shake-it sound of ESG or OOIOO. [AG]

THE WIRE (February 2002) MG $7.00
Cover story on the career of Richard Hell with features on Gordon
Mumma, Keith Rowe and the Festival de lEau, and music's lunatic
fringe. Also includes AGF, Fog, and Maxime De La Rochefoucauld.
Invisible Jukebox by Joelle Leandre plus tons of album, book, and
live reviews.


[V/A] "Now Thing: 15 Dancehall Instrumentals" (Mo' Wax, UK) CD  $21.99
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The Jamaican music industry is the most active in the world.
Nearly 200 new records are released every week in the Caribbean
island and there is no sign of slowing. Dancehall is still the
most popular genre in Kingston. Many reggae fans associate the
form with the digital slackness, homophobia, and misogyny of '80s
dancehall, back when Buju Banton called on his brethren to
administer a beatdown to all "batty bwoys" (gay men). Now, the
sounds, styles, and lyrics have changed, radically. 'Conscious'
dancehall artists such as Sizzla, Anthony B, and some other
now 'reformed' musicians are making a much bouncier, less
cluttered music, which concerns itself with Rastafarian themes of
redemption. The versions of the new dancehall tracks are hot
enough to fry an egg on, and this absolutely essential collection
brings together flipsides of recent dancehall tracks. If this is
not a late contender for album of the year, knock me over with a
feather. Go straight to track two, 'Z2010', produced by Lenky and
if you're not at least nodding your head, there's something very
wrong. Lenky moves the track as if he were driving a train without
brakes, as the tempo picks up and a rolling, rattling percussive
attack comes hurtling down the track behind him. That aspect of
this track alone would knock your glasses off, but over the beats
he runs a lithe bassline which plays the melody. You wanna talk
about studio pressure? This is it. There should have been a
warning sign on this record stating that anyone with a
hypersensitivity to heavy beats, cavernous low end, and crackling,
decayed melodies ought stay away. This is a leviathan of a
compilation and should by no means be left behind. Not one dull
moment. Highly recommended. [TH]
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THIS HEAT "Deceit" (These, UK) CD $18.99
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Hi! My name is Dan, I work here, and this album, which has been
re-issued on CD, is, in my opinion, among the finest albums ever,
in both conception and execution. Hyper-political and visceral yet
organic and "complete" feeling, it not only meets the aesthetic
criteria that I have naturally arrived at in my life, it is one of
the works of art that has determined them for me (to myself, I
mean...er....see! words fail!). It ranks alongside: Spacemen
3's "Playing with Fire", Big Star's "3rd", Miles Davis/Gil
Evans' "Porgy and Bess", Dead C's "Harsh 70's Reality" and
Amon Duul's "Psychedelic Underground". [DHo]

SERGE GAINSBOURG "Le Cinema de Gainsbourg"
(Universal, France) 3xCD $44.99

MARKUS GUENTNER "In Moll" (Kompakt) CD $15.99

MISS KITTIN & THE HACKER "First Album" (Gigolo) CD $15.99

KUCHEN "Kids With Sticks" (Karaoke Kalk) CD $15.99

V.A. "Pop Ambient 2002" (Kompakt) CD $15.99

This week's contributors: Geoff Albores [GA], Andrew Giles [AG],
Tim Haslett [TH], Dan Hirsch [DHi], Dan Houghland [DHo],
Casey Keenan [CK], Josh Madell [JM], Jeremy Sponder [JS],
and Phil Waldorf [PW].

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