I wanted to jot a quick post down because the weather’s getting nicer (and windier), and I’ve been listening to cool music and doing cool things.
Every day I discover something new, which I guess is part of the diligence of being an RYM/Discogs contributor. But as an indie pop fan, I’m always woefully behind the curve. Apparently, so is RYM! I went to listen to Remington Super 60 and log some ratings when I realized it (and Christoffer Schou’s label Cafe Superstar Recordings) has been totally neglected!
It’s going to take a while to get it current. The last addition to Remington Super 60’s page was a 2009 release. But that’s actually not true! A 2020 sampler from Z-Tapes stood as the most recent addition to the site. And yes, I know. I remember listening to this EP in 2020, but I’m much lazier than you’d think. This blog has laid dormant since the same time!
Well, as luck would have it, I couldn’t have picked a better time to get into Z Tapes, a Slovakian tape (& more!) label and store owned by Filip Zemčík. Their release of Port Lucian‘s compilation Trans Musicians & Allies for Change has received quite a lot of notice and even more downloads. I’m about to be one of them. So, I’ll link that below.
That’s all I’ve got for today. On my horizon: Axolotes Mexicanos new album “:3” comes out March 12th. I have a few records inbound as well: a reissue of Enon’s debut LP from Blind Rage Records, a reissue of Josef K’s Sorry for Laughing, the new Axolotes Mexicanos, Sweet Trip’s reissue of You Will Never Know Why and their new single Walkers Beware… / Stab Slow. The latter is all from Darla. Great stuff.
Readers, my advice to you: curiosity leads you to cool stuff. It should lead you to Z Tapes. Check them out! See you soon.