Trans AM: Sex Change

Trans AM: Sex Change

After finally reaching their zenith on 2004’s ‘Liberation’ (a brilliant anti-Iraq War protest record of claustrophobic electro soundscapes), Nathan Means, Sebastian Thompson and Phil Manley promptly split and headed for different corners of...

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/ Him /  Beachbuggy  London Highbury Garage

/ Him / Beachbuggy London Highbury Garage

Buzzsaw indie rockers Beachbuggy are well used to lowly support slots, but footing this particular bill is way beneath them. With their thundering basslines and sneering vocals, they may owe heavy debts to The Fall and the Pixies, but 'Bad Guys...

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Red Line

Red Line

In post-rock terms it almost constitutes a sell-out. On their sixth record, Trans Am have decided to start singing . In the stern confines of their Washington DC home, that might constitute compromise, but while 'Red Line' constitutes their most...

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Futureworld

Futureworld

They dream of hacking into the Pentagon and triggering nuclear armageddon. They dream of a world ruled by titanium |bermenschen . But most of all, Trans Am dream of beating their little brothers at computer ping-pong on the Atari console they...

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