Sunday, 11 December 2011

Spacedog Album

Back in March 2011 I heard Spacedog for the 1st time on Phantom Circuit 66. I was fascinated by them. Spacedog are Sarah Angliss Jenny Angliss and  Stephen Hiscock.  "We create live music for theremin, vocals, saw, percussion and our famous uncanny musical robots. Our work reflects our obsessions with defunct machines, faded variety acts and the darkest English folk tales". If musically you like the weird the wonderful the odd and the eccentric, Tommy Cooper, Robots and Theremins. Then you really should get this album.
I have been informed by Sarah that CD copies of Juice for the baby will be available very soon. In the meantime you can download Juice for the baby from Bandcamp for just £7. I did.


  1. Bloody Hell, they're good! I'm off to get me some now. Top recommendation.

  2. Yes, it's a truly outstanding album. Keep an ear on Phantom Circuit as something "relevant to your interests" will be coming up very soon.

  3. And here it is...

    Phantom Circuit #88 features an interview with Spacedog on the occasion of the release of their long-awaited debut album, 'Juice for the Baby'. Step into a world of illusionists, owls, robots, spooky folk and electric lullabies.

    Hear the show now at