Back from a week away, then, to discover that a few records have managed to limp through – at least digitally – in the face of the postal strike. Prominent here I guess are that rarity, something promised by Neil Young that actually turns up, and Them Crooked Vultures, with Josh Homme playing Alpha Male with John Paul Jones and Dave Grohl.

Back from a week away, then, to discover that a few records have managed to limp through – at least digitally – in the face of the postal strike. Prominent here I guess are that rarity, something promised by Neil Young that actually turns up, and Them Crooked Vultures, with Josh Homme playing Alpha Male with John Paul Jones and Dave Grohl.



Both pretty interesting, and I’ll endeavour to write more in the next few days, heinous mag deadlines notwithstanding.

1 Moon Duo – Moon Duo EP (CD-R)

2 Them Crooked Vultures – Them Crooked Vultures (Columbia)

3 Fever Ray – Live (Rabid/The Guardian)

4 Elvis Costello – Live At The El Mocambo (Universal)

5 Neil Young – Dreamin’ Man: Live ’92 (Reprise)

6 Josephine Foster – Graphic As A Star (Fire)

7 Jaga Jazzist – One-Armed Bandit (Ninja Tune)

8 Position Normal – Position Normal (Rum Records)

9 Spirit – Fresh From The Time Coast: The Best Of 1968-1977 (Raven)

10 Miles Davis – Isle Of Wight, August 29, 1970 (From The Complete Columbia Album Collection, Columbia/Legacy)

11 Delphic – Acolyte (Chimeric/Polydor)

12 Gary War – Horribles Parade (Sacred Bones)