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01. A Company - Ferry, Bus and the Lorry
02. 22Cats - waiting (demo)
03. the marshmallow kisses - a-la-pa-ti's demo
04. The Lee’s - Wall of sound (War is over)
05. The Yours - Fat Is Selfish
06. my little airport - 悲傷的採購(digilick remix)
07. mankitako - 紀念冊
08. 儉德大廈 - 慢慢的船
09. The Fragile - The First Day I Believe There Is An Angel
10. too long without sex - 聖誕半裸派對
11. false alarm - so come home (too long without sex part 2)
12. Superday - 限量之一枚
13. Relax pose (aka Lawwaiyip) - 沒有目的的旅程
14. Alok - We Still Miss The Future (HK Version)
15. Hard Candy - Please lie to me, I don't mind
16. 咖啡因公園 - 行雷閃電
17. Butterwings - Although We Know
18. 生番 - 皆同(街童)
19. Elf Fatima - Party In A Cave
20. Wilson Tsang - Whale Song: Departure
Alok's second album.
Alok's third album. 'One of Hong Kong's leading independent musicians will be celebrating his world-class new album at a revolutionary show at the end of May (2005). He is known as Alok, and his new work 29 Minutes from the End sets his standing in stone – as one of the most remarkable songwriters and creative talents of the Hong Kong band scene. This is a continuation of his former work 31 Minutes to Midnight . The album shows the artist is really coming into his own with an engaging, hypnotic and rocking journey into the consciousness of Hong Kong. Through the work we are introduced to a cast of some of Hong Kong's most inspired musicians. In 29 Minutes from The End no less than five of Hong Kong's most exciting vocalists collaborate on the work. These include the likes of rapper Ghoststyle, Lawwaiyip, Sean@UNiXX and Mable@在草地上 (Joytrendysound).'
Alok, the founder of Lona Records, is a composer and sound artist from Hong Kong, China. In 2005, he shelved his love of shoegazing and post rock music to start experimenting with his old notebook computer, circuit noise generators/processors and various guitar effect pedals. This sonic excursion of his has never stopped since. Three years of experimentation and live performances have not only fuelled and consolidated his minimalist expedition in music, but have also established his unique sound. More introspective and esoteric than ever, Alok confidently returns with his fourth album Placid Places. 'Purlieu: Dawn' is the live recording from a show at Mooka Space (Shenzhen) in January 2007. 'Pool Weakness', another live recording, features sound fragments from an a cappella group RLIOMA (Richard Curtis, Josh Levi, Magdalen Wong). Embodying a seamless mix of mircosound, avant garde, clicks & glitch, droning and abstract soundscape, Placid Places is a provocative tribute to silence and space.
Behind the largely self-taught American musician/composer, JEFFREY BÜTZER’S command of an impressive array of instruments (piano, glockenspiel, guitar, drums, xylophone, bass, banjo, autoharp, ocarina, melodica, accordion, harmonica…and the list goes on) lies an even greater penchant for experimentation and a deep appreciation of a wide range of musical styles. Seeming at first like a jolly dose of gypsy or circus music, his debut album with Lona Records, She Traded Her Leg quickly strikes a chord with its particular brand of percussive lo-fi minimalism tinged with cinematic overtones. And while such ‘baroque’ leanings may seem, to the uninitiated, as the unfocused wanderings of a musician with his finger in too many pies, it is only necessary to hear the play of melodic lines in tracks like “Wooden Giraffe” and “Broken Blunderbuss” to appreciate the uniqueness of Bützer’s musical voice. In the second half of the album (named “One Hundred and Sixty Three Black Bubbles”), things gradually start to take a more introspective turn, with the insertion of gamelan inspired rhythmic elements, violin and autoharp noises; culminating in the longest track of the album “Her Body is a Swamp”. From the circus to the heart of darkness—Bützer’s genre-defying album is hard to beat for its playfulness and sophistication.