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The latest mini LP from Coyote sees them continue to explore the realms of emotionally charged electronic music. From dreamy horizontal soothers to more ecstatic uplifting refrains. 'Both Gone' is an embrace from the sun as it sets gently into the horizon, 'People Take It' is an early afternoon watching the shimmering sea with a mint tea, 'We Got Lost' is a cautioning tale to all, 'Beltane' a celebratory Pagan dub, 'Show Me' is a poolside midday smiler, 'Cirrus' is an ecstatic sunrise anthem. So hurry up, and Live!

STAFF COMMENTS

Barry says: Is It Balearic? It is a bit Balearic, yeah but it's not the sort of dreamy barely-there Balearic that sends me into an inattentive dream, it's brave and imaginative electronic music that conjurs the feeling of a beachside bar on a sunny day, in the Balearic islands.

TRACK LISTING

Side 1
1. "Both Gone"
2. "People Take It Too Seriously"
3. "We Got Lost"

Side 2
1. "Beltane"
2. "Show Me"
3. "Cirrus"

Coyote

Magic Wand Special Editions Vol. 10

Coyote is back with a third volume of its Special Editions series and once again it is one that will transport you to some steamy dance floor by the Med at sundown. The opener 'Ritter' is a glorious mix of downbeat chords and Balearic beats with 80s synths and an exotic vocal. 'Takin It' then slows things down to reevaluate some lush acoustic guitar frets and languid funk grooves, then 'The Woman' gets even more deep, more seductive, and horizontal. It's got a fat, lazy bassline and go-slow grooves that cannot fail to reduce your pulse before 'Dover' picks it up again with some more psyched-out and cosmic disco-funk sounds.

STAFF COMMENTS

Mine says: Magic Wand and Coyote once again prove what a dream team they are. The 10th edition of the Magic Wand Special Editions marks the third invitation for Coyote and the four edits on offer are every bit as addictive as the ones on the previous two 12"s - I might even go so far as to say this one's the best. Do yourself a favour and snap up a copy of this dreamy record, you won't regret it.

TRACK LISTING

Side 1
Ritter
Takin It

Side 2
The Woman
Dover

Coyote

Magic Wand Special Editions Vol. 8

It is time to succumb to the sounds of the Magic Wand label once more and this eighth sonic spell is another one that will leave you happily helpless. It finds the Coyote lads step away from their fine work on Is It Balearic? to cook up four top edits. First up they offer 'Lonely' - a broody, steamy and shimmering tropical Balearic workout and then comes the organic and lazy drums of 'Western Revolution' with an iconic gravelly vocal. There are folk-tinged Americana sounds on 'Love Home' and laid-back disco licks on the seductive 'Luca' to make this a summer party essential.

STAFF COMMENTS

Mine says: Coyote are back on Magic Wand Special Edition duties for the second time and are sure to turn Balearic heads all over with this one. Absolutely lush!

TRACK LISTING

Lonely
Western Revolution
Love Home
Luca

Dylan LeBlanc

Coyote

    'Coyote' marks Dylan LeBlanc’s fifth studio album and his first full-length LP to be self-produced. Recorded at the iconic FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL, it boasts a handpicked ensemble of world renowned session players including Fred Eltringham, known for his work with Ringo Starr and Sheryl Crow, pianist Jim "Moose" Brown, who's collaborated with Bob Seger, and bassist Seth Kaufman, celebrated for his contributions to Lana Del Rey's tracks. The album is both semi-autobiographical and a concept album centered on the evocative character of Coyote, a man on the run in pursuit of an ever elusive freedom from his past.

    Coyote / Rolo McGinty

    Marijuana

    A case of things turning full circle if ever there was one, as Rolo McGinty of The Woodentops fame - the indie stars who discovered raving and then featured on the very first Balearic Beats collection - teams up with Coyote for a one sided 12" for Is It Balearic. Well, if this isn't, then nothing is! The title should be a clue to its sentiments, paying homage to the laughing herb that is 'Marijuana' and in particular, partaking in its delights in the shade on a hot day. McGinty delivers a deep, resonant vocal and some very cool acoustic strumming, while the Coyote boys do the slow motion beat shuffling. Anthemic glory.

    STAFF COMMENTS

    Matt says: Coyote, Rolo McGinty and Is It Balearic? pay tribute to the world's greatest weed with hammock-rocking sensibilities. Infact, listening to this after a few bong tokes, I could see myself falling out of my hammock altogether and onto the sands in a giggling mess.

    TRACK LISTING

    Marijuana

    Is It Balearic make a big signing here as Dr Bronzer appears on the label with a first-ever release. It's a 12" awash with warm California sun as A-side tune 'Sandee Bottoms' hats back to a golden 90s Balearic era with its loose-limbed drums and warm synth smears. Coyote offers up a sleazy dub and 'Wet Dreams' then appears on the flip. It's a more intense and busy tune with cowbells, broken house beats, steamy vocals and muted acid next to strummed acoustic riffs. Max Essa then shows his skills on a fine remix and lastly, Projection go deep and smoochy on their remix.

    STAFF COMMENTS

    Matt says: Channel the original spirit of the white isle with a distinctly baggy and hedonistic set of swayers that'll have you dreaming of sandy shores and late balmy nights.

    TRACK LISTING

    Sandee Bottoms (Extended Mix)
    Sandee Bottoms (Coyote Dub Mix)
    Wet Dreams (Extended Mix)
    Wet Dreams (Max Essa Remix)
    Wet Dreams (Projections Remix)

    El Goodo

    Coyote - 2022 Reissue

      This album begins with El Goodo’s most famous song ‘Feel So Fine’ and includes the radio smash hits ‘I Saw Her Today’ and ‘Information Overload’.

      As The Sunday Times wrote back when – This album mixed by the Super Furries' Cian Ciaran has an incredibly sure touch in romping through 1960s (and occasionally later) pop sounds, whether early Beatles, Joe Meek meets Morricone, the Monkees or The Velvet Undeground. As the album progresses, El Goodo calmly assimilate these influences and make the sounds their own on a superb set of songs"

      SFA’s young-buck buddies El Goodo are here to prove you know of at least two Welsh bands who can kick ass, and in the hearts of some of our worlds, save rock-n-roll. - Children of the Coal.

      The Welsh five piece release an album filled with summery psychedelic harmonies and spaghetti western rhythms: a match made in vintage heaven – PopMatters.

      TRACK LISTING

      1) Feel So Fine
      2) Aren’t You Grand
      3) Don’t Worry Marie
      4) I Saw Her Today
      5) Information Overload
      6) Talking To The Birds
      7) Pete
      8) I Can’t Make It
      9) Be My Girl
      10) Oh, To Sleep
      11) I Only Dream

      Rick Deitrick

      Coyote Canyon

        Coyote Canyon is a wilderness area behind my daughter's house where coyotes gather and howl before taking off for their nightly foraging. Little Tujunga (pronounced "Tuhunga") is a river running through the Angeles Forest near a house I lived in five decades ago. Half my ideas for this piece came from onshore guitar ruminating. The rest was improvised in studio. Emma was my close and sweet companion during this period, a lifelong deep friend. I composed her song one evening at the kitchen table of our place while she was cooking.

        Tumbleweedin' describes a desert tumbleweed storm. I menaced every inch of the Yamaha, recreating the effect of these 4 windblown monsters screeching along boulders, smacking into cactus and anything else in their way at often impossible speeds, following the whims of the heavy winds. This song was completely improvised at the moment in studio and forgotten. Roy's Rain is a tribute to my great good friend and musician killed in a car accident in 1973. I found For Marsha Version2 on a well-worn studio tape. It's a variant of the same composition on the Gentle Wilderness album. I like this loose and flowy version. Movin' On has one thing on its mind -- getting away fast and now. Going Home is my improvised take on an American root song. The above seven were recorded between 1972-1975. Three Sisters was recorded on a 20-minute studio break in 1999 describing three barren red hills somewhere in the Arizona desert, a cherished location.

        The Home Current

        The Coyote Kiss

          The Home Current

          Danish musician resident in Luxembourg, The Home Current has released music on labels such as Polytechnic Youth, Castles In Space, Modern Aviation, Woodford Halse and Static Caravan. His album Civilian Leather made it onto Electronic Sound's Top 30 electronic album list for 2019. Remixer and vinyl DJ supporting acts including The Orb, Dreadzone, Autechre, Primal Scream and The Shamen, including slots at Roskilde and Distortion festivals.

          Lonely Mountain Records

          Independent Record Label established 2019, to release the finest electronica, ambient, psych and all things in between. Sister company to Independent Records store Eclipse Records, Walsall

          STAFF COMMENTS

          Barry says: This latest Home Current offering follows on thematically from the superb Cylinder Moses (the first release for Lonely Mountain records), and sees Jensen joined by a few familiar collaborators. It's a brilliantly produced and typically diverse ride through downbeat electronica, flickering glittery disco and psychedelic nu-rave. It's a beguiling and gorgeous distillation of everything that makes Jensen's music so singular, and so brilliantly enjoyable.

          TRACK LISTING

          A1 Little Feelings
          A2 Ku’damm Blues
          A3 Mexico (feat. Visage Pale)
          B1 Just Before Your Love
          B2 Final Logic
          B3 Aquamarine (feat. Oliver Cherer)
          C1 Make Me
          C2 Mornings In Loud
          C3 Romford Street Scene
          D1 Partial Attention
          D2 Airbed Pops
          D3 The Coyote Kiss


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