The further I drift away from the more conventional melodies formulating I love You (yeah, yeah, yeah) the allure of structures of sound, dissipating or otherwise, becomes all the more exciting in and of themselves. Which has more to do with the evolution of ideas and music as a self-defining exploration of mind, body and soul rather than replaying the same old song into infinity year after year, decade after decade. More John Peel, less Tony Blackburn. This collection of brilliant pieces of music from Scotland’s Bulletdodge compile what the label seeks to say and in doing so ticks all of the above in quick succession. The tracks come from Suna Path, Mash, The Revenge, Stewart Cunningham & Tom Saw Ya and more exploring breadth and depth in confounding ways. From the eerie prophecy conjured by The Prophet to the sensuous melodic chimes of Seisdum – Parklife, to the incendiary punk fuzz of Renwartherger – Yas Yas this scratches below the surface opening up an electrifying new world of maybe, could be, who knows.
Release: February 15