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NEW VIDEO: Middle Class Ways – Johnno Casson aka Snippet

Ahead of the release on Friday (7 April 2017) of the fabulous new album Future Melancholy Pop Music, Johnno Casson aka Snippet has released a video for the track Middle Class Ways – one of our favourites! It’s video of … Continue reading

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NEW RELEASE: The Leidenfrost Effect – Jude C Montague and Wim Oudijk

We’re pleased to announce the release of The Leidenfrost Effect – a collaboration featuring Jude C Montague and Wim Oudijk: The Leidenfrost Effect by Jude C Montague & Wim Oudijk The Leidenfrost Effect is the latest collaboration from poet and … Continue reading

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Jude Cowan & Wim Oudijk on The Freak Zone!

Jude Cowan & Wim Oudijk were played on Stuart Maconie’s Freak Zone on BBC 6 Music at the weekend. You can listen again here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01qrkp5 (We recommend listening to the whole show but if you’re short of time, it’s approx. … Continue reading

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NEW RELEASES: Threatmantics – Jude Cowan & Wim Oudijk – Daniel Maitland & Tim Palmer

KID MCCOY – THREATMANTICS Full debut album from Welsh alt rock’n’rollers, Threatmantics… Threatmantics attempt to crowbar as much into rock and roll as possible veering wildly from heartbroken folk, balls-out rock, spine-crushing metal through to good-time pop. Paradoxical by nature, … Continue reading

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Tree by Wim Oudijk – Outside the Cube Review

Great review of Wim Oudijk’s album Tree from Outside the Cube: “Opening with the modern instrumentation of piano and chainsaw, the first track on Wim Oudijk’s cd, Tree, quickly saunters into a baroque melody but spins itself into a 1960’s/70’s … Continue reading

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Tree – Leicester Bangs Review

“Wim Oudijk is a 69 year old Dutch musician, arranger and producer who found commercial success with bands The Navel Orange Choir (1976 -80) and Trespassers W (1984- 2000) and he has since collaborated widely and released a number of … Continue reading

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Tree – Wim Oudijk – FATEA Review

“There can’t be many albums that reference the Beach Boys and the baroque, but then there aren’t many artists quite like Wim Oudijk. Over here he’s probably best known as a producer/arranger, but in his native Netherlands he’s best known … Continue reading

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Tree – Wim Oudijk – CD Version now on sale

We are pleased to announce that we now have a stock of the CD version of Wim Oudijk‘s album Tree courtesy of Disco Fair (NL). Get the CD here: Shipping :UKEUUSROW Or the CD & downlaod package here:

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NEW RELEASE – Tree – Wim Oudijk

It’s Tree time! An extraordinary new album from Dutch maestro, the irrepressible Wim Oudijk – out now as a digital release: Tree – Wim Oudijk (f0070) – Digital Release Reviews: “Imagine a parallel universe where Brian WIlson and Van Dyke … Continue reading

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Collecting Skies – FATEA Review

A glowing review of Collecting Skies, the great new album by The Big I Am: “The Big I Am is quite a name for a band to live up to. “Collecting Skies” implies garnering something mere mortals can only inspire … Continue reading

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