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Mini LP: Bullion – Love Me Oh Please Love Me

Bullion has swallowed his Canterbury influences on Love Me Oh Please Love Me, a new mini LP he’s released through Dutch label Deek Records. The mini LP features five original tracks and a cover of Robert Wyatt‘s “The Age of Self” (which he featured in last year’s Canterbury mix), focusing more on his own vocal ability, live instrumentation, and traditional song arrangements that flesh out the aesthetic we were hearing […]

May 1st, 2012  |  Published in Music  |  4 Comments

Bullion – “Say Arr Ee”

Anyone who’s been listening to Bullion‘s New Jerusalem show on NTS knows where “Say Arr Ee” is coming from, and R&S will be throwing it on the black side of a 12″ single later this month. He replaced his usual sample chops with his own vocals and instruments on this one, which shows how deep and eclectic his sonic range can be. You can also check out another radio show […]

January 17th, 2012  |  Published in Music  |  2 Comments

Lee Scratch Perry – “Straight Jacketed” (Bullion Remix)

Bullion employs the same brilliant, non-linear sonic elements he used in You Drive Me To Plastic in his recent rework of Lee Scratch Perry‘s ‘Straight Jacketed’, which was just uploaded to his soundcloud a few days ago. There are so many different styles, samples, and rhythms going on this piece that reinforce the march he’s making in his own obscure direction. Crazy to think about this coming from the same […]

November 24th, 2011  |  Published in Music  |  1 Comment

Bullion – Canterbury Mix

Bullion has always complemented his releases with sprawling, eclectic mixes, and we were just sent a Canterbury Mix that he’s made in support of You Drive Me To Plastic. Canterbury sound is loosely used to describe a group of avant-garde/progressive rock musicians based around Canterbury in the late 60’s, and this mix features tracks by Robert Wyatt, Hatfield & The North, Caravan, and Gong. This is by far one of […]

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April 21st, 2011  |  Published in Music  |  1 Comment