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  • larry wish – born outside my window – orange milk records

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    Our previous Larry Wish album was a collection of favorites from his vast Bandcamp library. Born Outside My Window is all new and all original (except an amazing cover of Donna Summer’s “I Feel Love”) and it delves even deeper into epic weird outsider prog-pop. A lot of the songs are around ten minutes building and mutating around Larry’s low-register vocals and intense live drumming.


  • seth graham – No​.​00 in clean life – orange milk records

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  • man made hill – totally regular – orange milk records

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    This is our second release of beautiful and weird DIY scummy electronic pop from Toronto’s Randy Gagne aka Man Made Hill. Totally Regular straddles a perfect line between total musical abandon and immaculate songwriting with deep and funny lyrical themes (“Double Dippin'” and “Mutton for Lawyer” are two personal favorites). Overall we think Randy is a continuously blossoming underground popstar.


  • event cloak – life strategies – orange milk

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    Under the moniker Event Cloak and as part of the duo Sundrips, Montreal’s Nick Maturo has been a heavy purveyor of avant-garde synthesizer music since 2010. Life Strategies is his first LP release and a major step for the artist, with an emphasis on sparse arrangements of digital electronics and chopped vocal samples. Each track unfolds with total clarity, utilizing the minimum amount of elements necessary to highlight their melodic, harmonic, and textural themes. The result is an overwhelming lightness, like a calm exhilaration, or the aural equivalent of a hidden sun-drenched room of bright whites and soothing grey tones


  • larry wish – free willy style – orange milk records

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  • scammers – american winter – orange milk records

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  • pajjama – karakasa – orange milk records

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    Karakasa is the third tape we’ve put out for Norway’s Pajjama, but it’s their first full length, 40-minute masterpiece of synth prog. That description might be reductive though, because there are so many entry points for this record. Many moments still recall JRPG landscapes or futurist neon cities, but in a lot of ways Karakasa is defined by its adoption of repetition and the german kosmische aesthetic, employing darker harmonies and slowly unfolding structures to great effect. I know Pajjama’s leader, Eirik Suhrke, is a musical sponge, which I admire in artists. So much absorption has evolved into versatile composition techniques, creating an almost meta-genre from the underbelly of 20th century media.


  • maharadja sweets – in an orange milky way – orange milk records

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    Maharadja Sweets’ In An Orange Milky Way is a lo-fi sci-fi epic concept album about ethnomusicologists who travel to a distant galaxy to make a field recording. Maharadja has been making home recordings since 1981, for many years releasing his cassette albums (one copy each) into shoe boxes. His music was featured on WFMU’s pioneering “lo-fi” show in 1987-88 (under the pseudonym Chadwick Dwanzhir) putting him squarely within the early wave of 1980’s underground basement and bedroom recording artists. Most of the music on this album was recorded recently, but some tracks were re-purposed from his earliest days. For instance the song “Radio Broadcast” features melodies programmed in BASIC into a Commodore 64 computer in 1983. But all this does not begin to describe how good the record is. Maharadja Sweets is a true bizarre outsider folk spirit, harnessing a sincere oddness that translates into some beautiful exploratory lo-fi noise songwriting that only a certified New York City sightseeing guide could deliver.


  • cream juice – man feelings – orange milk records

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    The Cream Juice duo is back and on the ear attack, ready to give you a dose of Man Feelings. Comprised of Keith Rankin (Giant Claw) and Seth Graham, Cream Juice mixes a plethora of sounds to imbed their vision of music in your mind. Through wandering and lost scapes of tings and warps, one can hear the melody and stutter of two men delivering their collective consciousness via cassette within 30 minutes. Alien languages and faithful suspicions, Man Feelings will instantly telephone your most extra terrestrial being into the mysteries of “Mank-Ind.” Recordings of drums and keys falter, climaxing again and again into a musical perversion, introducing your imagination to the depths of masculinity. Samples of “Oh” instantly create a “My” reaction, and sped up synthetic melodies turn into an array of resonance, bouncing about your skull, and guitar solos gutted, projecting the culmination what’s most important in the minds of men. Wait, whoa, was that Schwarzenegger fighting a pterodactyl; action is always at its finest with Keith and Seth. On the level here, Cream Juice brings a fun atmosphere to all headphones, after a slew of live and candid gigs across the north-east and their last year’s Self Titled album, to bring you their most to-date and perfected meanderings in Man Feelings. – Clifford Morrissey