Review: It's been ages since we've heard from this brilliant cosmic act. Ever since their 2013 second album, Another, in fact. Well, it appears that they're back with Incubo Sintetico - an EP in which they tackle music from classic John Carpenter horror films. "Car Obsession" is a suitably moody 80s synth haunter, "Christine", from the film of the same name, is perky, accelerated Italo disco, "The Fog" is theatrical analogue synth creepiness and "Napoleon" wraps it all up in fluffy electronic cotton wool.
Review: Not the legendary UK hi-NRG label of the same name, this Record Shack hail from Germany and specialise in putting out the rarest funk tunes that they can find. Alternating between old and old-sounding tunes, their latest missive is by the mysterious TPS. "UFO" could have been recorded at any time between now and the early '70s and is a quirky hammond and brass stabs affair, the kind of thing Austin Powers might have playing in his boudoir. "Space: 1999" on the other hand leaps from the '60s to the '70s to cover the theme of the eponymous kitschy sci-fi show.