[TypicalGirls] TypicalGirls Digest, Vol 198, Issue 1

J Neo Marvin j_n_e_o at hotmail.com
Mon Sep 22 23:42:11 EDT 2008


The Jenny Hoyston solo album is one of my favorite records I've heard all year, and the New Bloods is not far behind!
-J Neo Marvin********************************************************************http://www.earcandleproductions.comhttp://www.live365.com/stations/jneomarvin"You're a nutcase! You're a bleedin' nutcase!""They said the same thing about Jesus Christ, Freud and Galileo.""They said it about a lot of nutcases, too."                             - Cook and Moore, "Bedazzled" 

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> Date: Mon, 22 Sep 2008 12:29:28 -0700
> To: typicalgirls at lists.ibiblio.org
> From: tobi at killrockstars.com
> Subject: Re: [TypicalGirls] TypicalGirls Digest, Vol 198, Issue 1
> 
> hey thanks for posting. i don't want to spam the 
> list, but if you guys want us to carry this kind 
> of stuff please order it from us!!!! basically 
> i'd love to be able to do more reissues and carry 
> all kinds of post punk girl stuff...so please 
> create a demand if you want it we will carry it. 
> if you know of any reissues or new releases we 
> should carry please email me! in the mean time 
> please support our store (and not amazon, etc)
> 
> i added the marine girls but no one bought it 
> http://www.buyolympia.com/krsnew/Item=CDMRED044CD 
> i know it's expensive but it's an import and has 
> both lps on it...we also have return of the giant 
> slits 
> http://www.buyolympia.com/krsnew/Item=CDSLITSRETU
> 
> remember we are the label who brought you 
> reissues by kleenex/liliput 
> http://www.buyolympia.com/krsnew/Item=KRS373, the 
> delta 5 
> http://www.buyolympia.com/krsnew/Item=KRS415 and 
> essential logic 
> http://www.buyolympia.com/krsnew/Item=KRS399 
> ...and this year we brought you the debut LP by 
> the new bloods 
> http://www.buyolympia.com/krsnew/Item=KRS488 and 
> before that mika miko 
> http://www.buyolympia.com/krsnew/Item=KRS467 and 
> erase errata 
> http://www.buyolympia.com/krsnew/Item=KRS464
> 
> 
>   these are also newly added typical girls related:
> 
> 
> GR91CD	Aids Wolf - Cities of Glass	CD
> http://www.buyolympia.com/killrockstars/Item=GR91CD
> Produced by Weasel Walter [Flying Luttenbachers, 
> XBXRX, Arab on Radar], Cities of Glass is the 
> second album from the most hated band in the 
> world! Just votes short of being banned from 
> Canadian radio, and prevented from entering the 
> USA numerous times, AIDS Wolf are globally 
> confounding and universally profound. With Cities 
> of Glass, AIDS Wolf return to what they do best: 
> embracing the hate and bumming out the masses. 
> Packaged in swank gatefold sleeves. "There is a 
> distinct discipline at work here, a crafted sense 
> of composition that unexpectedly rears out of the 
> sonic wreckage"--The Wire
> 
> LPLADYTVELO Ladytron - Velocifero 2LP
> http://www.buyolympia.com/killrockstars/Item=LPLADYTVELO
> Double vinyl for the band's 2008 studio album. 
> Ladytron are an Electronic Pop band originally 
> based in Liverpool, England, although members 
> originate from Sofia and Glasgow as well as 
> Liverpool itself. The band has been active since 
> 1999, releasing four full-length albums. Ladytron 
> tour extensively around the world, both with live 
> shows and DJ sets. Ladytron have produced remixes 
> for many artists including Placebo, Blondie, Gang 
> of Four, David Gahan, Goldfrapp, Bloc Party, 
> Kings of Convenience, Indochine, Apoptygma 
> Berzerk, She Wants Revenge, Soulwax, Nine Inch 
> Nails and Simian.
> 
> SOV28137 Jenny Hoyston - Isle of...	CD/LP
> http://www.buyolympia.com/killrockstars/Item=SOV28137
> All sides of Jenny Hoyston (Erase Errata, 
> Paradise Island) are evident on her latest solo 
> effort under her own name, entitled 'Isle Of'. 
> Jenny started writing songs including just dirty 
> guitar sounds and drum machine - as is evident in 
> previous recordings prior to her Paradise Island 
> Latitudes release. The Latitudes session helped 
> her to discover new outlets and directions for 
> her songs and she has since expanded to recording 
> in Portland (Oregon), Detroit and San Francisco 
> with a variety of collaborators, she was able to 
> not only concentrate on her electronic side but 
> also full-band arrangements. 'Isle Of' includes 
> songs that sound like it could be Joan Jett, if 
> she were on the Simple Machines label ("Spell 
> D-O-G", "Structure"), contemporary electro, â la 
> Le Tigre or Tracy + The Plastics ("Everyone's 
> Alone"), or new American folk ("Even In This Day 
> And Age"). Open your hearts to an album full of 
> power and passion that'll seep right down into 
> your soul.
> 
> MOABIT006CD Malaria - Compiled	CD
> http://www.buyolympia.com/killrockstars/Item=MOABIT006CD
> 2001 year release which compiles 16 tracks from 
> all their early releases, originally released 
> 1981-84. Malaria were an all-female art-wave 
> group from Berlin, with connections to Die Haut, 
> Einsturzende, Nina Hagen, Static, etc. A seminal 
> early 80s document. "Contagious diseases, 
> uncertain modes of transmission: Malaria evolved 
> from Mania D., a trio that had already gained a 
> following even without music through their style 
> and artwork. When they expanded into a quintet, 
> they not only retained the first two letters, 
> recurring in medieval, mask, magister artium and 
> mama, they also kept a world of signifiers: heat, 
> illness, fever, ill-defined states. At the time, 
> the beat and the saxophone, which signalled the 
> continuity of both bands, could only be 
> comprehended through inevitable misunderstandings 
> and other contemporary beats and sounds. And -- 
> like an italicised letter -- they incarnated the 
> promise contained in the title: elusive funk, 
> undeveloped jazz, an unresolved and strained 
> insistence on a difference for which no words 
> existed at the time, and certainly no music that 
> one could put a name to." -- Diedrich 
> Diederichsen. Malaria! were: Gudrun Gut, Bettina 
> Koster, Susanne Kuhnke, Christine Han, Manon 
> Duursma.
> 
> as are these:
> 
> KLP193 Kimya Dawson - Alphabutt	CD/LP
> http://www.buyolympia.com/killrockstars/Item=KLP193
> 
> ALP500CD Teenage Jesus and the Jerks - Shut Up and Bleed CD
> http://www.buyolympia.com/killrockstars/Item=ALP500CD
> 
> ALP4550DVD Lydia Lunch - Video Hysteria DVD
> http://www.buyolympia.com/killrockstars/Item=ALP4550DVD
> 
> ALP075CD Lydia Lunch - 8 Eyed Spy CD
> http://www.buyolympia.com/killrockstars/Item=ALP075CD
> 
> NO014CD Mars - Complete NYC 1977-8	CD
> http://www.buyolympia.com/killrockstars/Item=NO014CD
> 
> CDPOCAHISLA Pocahaunted - Island Diamonds CD
> http://www.buyolympia.com/killrockstars/Item=CDPOCAHISLA
> 
> CDCHICKART Chicks on Speed Art Rules CD
> http://www.buyolympia.com/killrockstars/Item=CDCHICKART
> 
> CDMIRAHOLD Mirah - The Old Days of Feeling CD
> http://www.buyolympia.com/killrockstars/Item=CDMIRAHOLD
> 
> KLP172	Woelv - Tout Seul dans la Foret en Plein Jour...LP
> http://www.buyolympia.com/krsnew/?SearchWhat=all&Term=Woelv
> 
> 
> and if you are a marnie stern fan (i know some of 
> you are) you can pre-order her upcoming album now:
> 
> http://www.buyolympia.com/krsnew/Item=KRS486
> Pre-Orders come with a limited edition Bella 
> Foster coloring book, so make sure you get your 
> order in early.
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
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> >Message: 1
> >Date: Sun, 21 Sep 2008 16:59:18 -0400
> >From: WWWhatsup <joly at punkcast.com>
> >Subject: [TypicalGirls] New KRS distro items
> >To: Typical Girls <typicalgirls at lists.ibiblio.org>
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> >ITR126 Vivian Girls - I Can't Stay 7"
> >http://www.buyolympia.com/krsnew/Item=ITR126
> >The latest release by Brooklyn's VIVIAN GIRLS has arrived in the
> >form of this handsome two-song seven inch single featuring two
> >incredible brand new songs exclusive to this release. By now their
> >praises have been sung from Terminal Boredom to Pitchfork to the
> >New York Times. This is one case where you can believe the hype--
> >this is GREAT stuff.
> >
> >
> >ALP048CD Mars - 78 CD
> >http://www.buyolympia.com/killrockstars/Item=ALP048CD
> >Crucial document of this seminal NYC band from the late 70s,
> >considered by many in retrospect to be the most influential no
> >wave band from the era. A quartet of Sumner Crane, China Burg,
> >Mark Cunningham & Nancy Arlen, they recorded revolutionary EPs for
> >Ze and Lust/Unlust, as well as contributing to the infamous No New
> >York LP."To the uninitiated, Mars may sound like listening to a
> >laundromat magnified. That's because every instrument is making a
> >sound, but who is making which sound? Instead of one direct sound
> >or beat the music travels in at least 3 different directions,
> >speeds of rhythm making a totally orbital sound, one that never
> >really enters the ear instead spinning around the head. At times
> >it sounds like tortured children singing in 7 different tongues."
> >--Stella Doon, 1977.
> >
> >
> >Joly MacFie
> >212 608 1334
> >http://wwwhatsup.com
> >http://punkcast.com 
> >http://pinstand.com
> >
> >
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