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FEATURE ALBUMS:

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New Horizons In Violence
I Need War!

The world's worst multimedia terrorists disassemble Dubya's doctrine of pre-emption in a hilarious and disturbing album that's taken the web by storm.
As well as the audio, I Need War! contains a CD-ROM including heaps of "Propaganda" and full-screen videos for The World's Worst Leaders and War President.
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Plastic Spacemen
Exhibit A

This pioneering prog-rock-pop-folk album comes from way back in 1996, but remains timeless. An hour of classic schizodelic tunes to launch you into plastic space.
From the opening Urbia to the closing instrumental epic Eye Of Autumn this is an album that showcases the mix of intelligence, virtuosity, humour and eclecticism that are the hallmarks of the Clint Flicks music catalogue.
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Buttress O'Kneel
"heroes"

The arch media manupulator behind Illegal Art hit Afraid of Enduring Freedom and the A Deep Personal Love film clip takes you through the ever-shifting ground of the War On Iraq, to the mashed-up sounds of politicans and commentators, combined with the music of that pioneer political musician, David Bowie.
A triumph of style and substance.
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A.D. MacHine
Tehkno du Zeuhl

The prolific MacHine invents yet another genre on his 14th album, spinning his take on the proggy Zuehl genre popularised by Magma.
MacHine's machines set up the trancey groove while he provides ominous vocals in an invented language. Probably a concept album. Who can tell? Whatever it means, it's both unique and brilliant.
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Phonophobic
Phobophonic

Phonophobic use digital tools in a loose, improvisational way, resulting in electro-soundscapes through a very human filter. The V-drum and keyboard duo conjure sounds with a broad dynamic sweep.
Mostly improvised, all digital, this album is a collection of instrumentals that swoop and pulse, soothe and unnerve in turn.
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Plastic Spacemen
Versus The Barbarian Invaders From Outer Space

For their follow up to Exhibit A, Plastic Spacemen felt the time was right to warn the general public of their imminent danger. Although forced to cloak their warnings with erstatz science fiction ramblings, they were as explicit as they dared, and even revealled the location of the Europan Fish People's secret base on Earth in the lyrics.
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Brëss
They're Already Here

For his first solo album, Plastic Spacemen lead guitarist Brëss recorded something that out-spaced the Spacemen at their spaciest. Brëss plays everything on this sci-fi concept album, including virtuosic performances on Chapman stick, drum machine, and of course the electric guitar.
An intensely psychoactive mix of traditional alien ballads with a newer, Earthling-rock influence.
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Cursed
The Wursed Of Cursed

The freescaping music of Cursed is entirely improvised; home-grown musicality with a celebration of the possibility of "the mistake" as a moment of sonic shock.
The Wursed of Cursed takes selected portions from gigabytes of loose, free jamming and sows them into a slightly disturbing listen.
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Ebony Blue
Where Zoe Went

Ebony Blue, voice, soul, mystery. Be swept into the haunting beauty of her melodic tapestries, ride the wave of emotions charting the life and times of this enigmatic performer.
Sparse accompaniment highlight Ebony's glorious soaring vocals through eight awe-inspiring tracks.
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Buttress O'Kneel
Compop 4.4 : "Megabastard"

Buttress has been making mash-ups long before the term was even invented, and her latest example is another high for the genre. She calls it "Compop" - remixing stale corporate tunes into fresh, nutrient-rich humusic.
The ever-evolving Compop albums reach their latest incarnation with the megabastard, a non-stop journey through the peaks (and troughs) of pop music. A elebration and decimation of the songs of yesterday and today to form music for the ears of tomorrow.
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L.U.M.P.
Songs In The Key Of Lump

Few bands embodied the ‘cartoon-punk-noise’ ethic of the late 90s better than L.U.M.P. (standing, of course, for ‘lump ump mump pump’).
These raw recordings showcase the best of this twelve-armed rhythmic monster with a crazy sense of self-destructing deconstruction at their core.
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Various Artists
Noises From "The PhanDom Menace"

A incredible collection of electroscapes from The PhanDom Menace, the acclaimed documentary about Australian Star Wars fans.
Features some of the best works of Phonophobic, e-Wok, Ebony Blue, Brëss, 1999, Beef Beef Viola , A.D. MacHine and Plastic Spacemen.
All releases come from independent Melbourne artists on labels such as Guitar & Plunger, Uncool, Interwebmegalink and Mission Accomplished. Without exception, they are sonic explorers crafting musics to move your 21st century mind and/or arse.

FULL CATALOGUE:

A.D. MacHine
A.D. MacHine

Beef Beef Viola
Beef Beef Viola

Bress
Brëss

Buttress O'Kneel
Buttress O'Kneel

Cursed
Cursed

e-Wok
e-Wok

Ebony Blue
Ebony Blue

L.U.M.P.
L.U.M.P.

New Horizons In Violence
New Horizons In Violence

1999
1999

Phonophobic
Phonophobic

Plastic Spacemen
Plastic Spacemen

Urd
Urd

     

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