ARCHIVE002: John Coltrane & Johnny Hartman – They Say It’s Wonderful

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There are hundreds of albums in my list of all-time favourites so I really ought to get cracking to try and build up the Irregular Crates archive. When thinking of classics, immediately I… Continue reading

Caught In The Wake Forever – Meditations In Exile

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Recently I was alerted to the release of a new EP by Caught In The Wake Forever, who was responsible for the excellent album ‘Against A Simple Wooden Cross’ album on Hibernate. This… Continue reading

ARCHIVE001: Sam Prekop – Sam Prekop

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  “One feature I was keen to include as part of the Irregular Crates operation was posts on all-time classic records – a sort of ‘archive’ if you like. Back in my DJ… Continue reading

IC002 Irregular Crates Podcast 002 (With Pleq)

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Closing the first week of operation for Irregular Crates in style, we’re already in a position to present you our second podcast! What’s even more exciting is that it has been put together… Continue reading

The Boats – Nomenclature

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  Often you read reviews referring to new albums by artists as ‘departures’. Usually you can notice the different ideas pretty easily but only very occasionally do artists go the full 360 as… Continue reading

John Lemke – People Do

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I’ve been meaning to post up the recent album ‘People Do’ by John Lemke for some time but I’ve been unable to gather the correct words to describe it. I started Irregular Crates… Continue reading

Rio Padice – Tropical Interlune

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  More vinyl-only Deep House goodness and this time from master of the raw sound Rio Padice, with ‘Tropical Interlune’ on Early Sounds Recordings. The album fits neatly onto one record, offering a… Continue reading

TwelveTen – Haze

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  We’ll be featuring lots of releases from the newly formed Deep House/Techno label Warehouse Decay. Since April, they’ve already amassed a discography of nine EPs that cover the various sub-genres of House… Continue reading

Colorlist – Sky Song

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New on the Serein label is the return of Colorlist, who also contributed the 10″ vinyl release ‘The Fastest Way To Become The Ocean’ on the label back in 2011. Their new album… Continue reading

DWIG – Forget The Pink Elephant

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One of my favourite albums from the year so far is Forget The Pink Elephant by DWIG (Die Wiese Im Garten) ¬†on German label Giegling. As far as I am aware, this one… Continue reading