Sunday, 28 September 2008

September 2008: New Music Releases...

Fujiya & Miyagi 'Lightbulbs' (Full Time Hobby) 01/09/08 (Album)
The Chemical Brothers 'Brotherhood' (Freestyle Dust/Virgin) 01/09/08 (Compilation)
Kraftwerk 'Kraftwerk and The Electronic Revolution' (Sexy Intellectu) 02/09/08 (DVD)
Front 242 'Moments...' (Alfa Matrix) 05/09/08 (Album)
Killing Joke 'The Peel Sessions 79-81' 08/09/08 (Album)
Mike Shannon 'Memory Tree' (Plus 8) 08/09/08 (Album)
Damian Lazarus 'Sci Fi Lo Fi Vol 2 - Night of The Dark Machines' (Soma) 08/09/08 (Compilation)
IAMX 'President' (Metropolis) 09/09/08 (Single)
Apoptygma Berzerk 'The Singles Collection' (Metropolis) 09/09/08 (Compilation)
Tiger Stripes 'Blackroom Entertainment' Get Physical 10/09/08 (EP)
DJ Mujava 'Township Funk' (Warp) 15/09/08 (Single)
Kleep 'Formula One' (Klang Elektronik) 15/09/08 (Single)
Mr. Scruff 'Music Takes Me Up' (Ninja Tuna) 15/09/08 (Single)
The Black Dog 'Detroit Vs Sheffield' (Soma) 15/09/08 (Single)
Bomb The Bass 'Future Chaos' (Studio K7) 15/09/08 (Album)
Various 'Fabric 42: Âme' (Fabric) 15/09/08 (Compilation)
TV On The Radio 'Dear Science' (4AD) 22/09/08 (Album)
Raz Ohara & The Odd Orchestra 'Various Remixes' (Get Physical) 24/09/08 (EP)
Blixa Bargeld 'Commissioned Music'(Potomak) 26/09/08 (Album)
Various 'Full Body Workout Vol. 4' (Get Physical) 26/09/08 (Compilation)
New Order 'Movement' (Rhino) 28/09/08 (Collector Edition)
New Order 'Power, Corruption & Lies' (Rhino) 28/09/08 (Collector Edition)
New Order 'Low-Life' (Rhino) 28/09/08 (Collector Edition)
New Order 'Brotherhood' (Rhino) 28/09/08 (Collector Edition)
New Order 'Technique' (Rhino) 28/09/08 (Collector Edition)
Maus & Stolle 'Adore Remix' (Klang Elektronik) 29/09/08 (Single)
Morgan Geist 'Double Night Time' (Environ) 29/09/08 (Album)
DJ Hell 'Teufelswerk' (International Deejay Gigolo) (Album)
Hatchback 'Colors of the Sun' (Lo Recordings) (Album)
Stefan Goldmann 'The Transistory State' (Macro) (Album)
Thievery Corporation 'Radio Retaliation' (ESL) (Album)
Various 'Bugnology 3' (Poker Flat) (Compilation)
words of wisdom from the ultraprolific Matthew Herbert speaking about politics, the making of his latest album and the current lack of balls in the music scene among other things
The KLF's Bill Drummond's latest project, a bid to go back to the days of pre-recorded music
Simon Reynolds, Cosey Fanni Tutti and more discuss the apparent death of the underground in the Internet age and possible alternatives to the alternative