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  • Deiquisitor 'Sword Of Pestilence' Vinyl 7

    Me Saco Un Ojo Records

    Deiquisitor 'Sword Of Pestilence' Vinyl 7"

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    Deiquisitor 'Sword Of Pestilence' Vinyl 7"

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    Arriving like an unbidden nightmare from the depths of the abyss, Denmark's Deiquisitor follow last year's eerily unsettling debut LP with four fresh corpse-molesting tracks of hideously crypt-infested death metal.

    Down-tuned and relentless, the sound is unutterably oppressive. A demon-spawning assault of inventive-yet-traditional filth, each element shines through in horrifyingly disgusting style.

    The ceaseless barrage of death-factory percussion progresses the sound endlessly forward, while hell-dwelling vocals stand atop a mountain of putrefaction constructed from the guitar/bass interplay of this imperious three-piece.

    A trip into the mountains of madness from which you may not return, simply put, this is too disturbing for most - ¦keep away if you value your sanity. We don't.

    Tracklisting:
    Side A:
    1. Planetary Devastation
    2. Faint Distorted Images

    Side B:
    3. Quantum Rules of Entanglement
    4. The Death Dreams - Outro
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  • Discordia 'Y Sun Over Discordia' Vinyl 7

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    Discordia 'Y Sun Over Discordia' Vinyl 7"

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    Solo single from John Sims main man, mixing hip-hop beats with samples and melodica on a great instrumental number.

    Melody Maker single of the week “effortlessly cool, this sexy little number glides across the hip-hop battlefields, limbo dances along Brazilian beaches and passes through Kraftwerk’s electro lab. Hugely inventive, deliciously impulsive, and the summer starts right here”.

    “a pocket money DJ Shadow… smashing” (Robots and Electronic Brains)
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  • Display Homes 'Climate Change' - Cargo Records UK

    Tough Love Records

    Display Homes 'Climate Change' Vinyl 7"

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    Display Homes 'Climate Change' Vinyl 7"

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    (250 Black Vinyl). 

    Display Homes are an Australian three-piece pop band that formed one night in late 2016 at a pool table in Marrickville - Greg and Darrell met Steph, who'd just come back to Sydney from Germany and reckoned she could play drums.

    Their first practice involved an abysmal attempt at a cover of Thin Lizzy's "Dancin in the Moonlight'", and they soon realised Steph clearly hadn't been in a band before and Greg shouldn't sing. Regardless, the connection between them all was obvious, and the songs began to crop up naturally.

    Just a few months after their first trip to the studio, Display Homes'self-titled debut 7" is being released through London-based record label Tough Love Records on [XXX]. The three songs were recorded in April of this year in David Akerman's studio in Marrickville, and just like all great current Australian music, they were later mastered by Mikey Young.

    As far as debuts go, it's effortlessly perfect. In this brief time together, the band have played a host of short and fast shows across Australia, alongside other great locals such as UV Race, Low Life and Orion. Buoyed by the inherent intensity that informs the Sydney DIY music community and a shared love for a wide range of 80s music, Display Homes play discordant pop-orientated post punk with a refreshing lack of self-awareness and lyrical honesty.

    In fact, Steph's autodidactic approach to music means the lyrics were formed into songs somewhat unknowingly. As each song originates from a foolish nature and a tendency to improvise songs in any day-to-day situation, the end result is a set of direct, slightly jarring but infectious pop songs.

    RIYL: The Au Pairs, Pylon, Priests, XTC, Essential Logic, Bush Tetras, Delta 5.

    Tracklisting:
    Side A:
    1. Climate Change

    Side B:
    2. Men
    3. Bist Du Da
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  • Easter / Bromide 'Doubt Rings/I'll Never Learn' Vinyl 7

    Scratchy Records

    Easter / Bromide 'Doubt Rings/I'll Never Learn' Vinyl 7"

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    One friend. Two bands. And so it was that Manchester's 'Easter' and London's 'Bromide' met in their mutual pal Dave Armes's address book (he of Last Harbour, LCR Records and A-Sun Amissa sidekick repute). Soon after Easter were on their way down t'smoke to play at Bromide's place, namely the Birds Nest in Deptford. And verily did they smash it! So much so that Bromide singer Simon immediately thought about putting something out on his Scratchy Records label.. and why not keep the threads twisting and make it a joint release!

    Especially as both bands share a love of alt. sounds from across the pond back in dem 90s days. Easter feasting on Buffalo Tom's heavier riffs, Yo La Tengo and San Francisco's 'Swell', while Bromide reminded Easter's mainman Tom of 'Nada Surf and Big Star and that New Zealand power pop stuff..' So the split-single was born.. Easter taking the A with 'Doubt Rings', a propulsive guitar-lashed gallop thru the relationship forest with Bromide on the AA offering 'I'll Never Learn' from last year's 'I Woke Up' album on Scratchy, an up/downbeat reflective tale that dries solid on the choruses when the fuzz kicks in. Easter - 'A welcome throwback to the wry, self-lacerating alt.rock of the early 90s'Uncut Bromide -if you like Dinosaur Jr and The Replacements, you'll love this'MusicOMH

    And there's more..! Easter had a whole EP ready to go so punters who buy the vinyl will get a free download code for the extra tracks. Then early next year both bands will be heading out fora few gigs to plug the single, joined by Southend's own fabulous guitar reverb-drenched 'Dark Globes' - who've also got wares to plug in the shape of newly released album 'Somewhere To Land'.

    Release  Date: 31/01/2020
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  • Evans The Death 'Threads / I'm So Unclean' - Cargo Records UK

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    Evans The Death 'Threads / I'm So Unclean'

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    White Vinyl 7 (Limited Edition of 500).

    Following in the footsteps of The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart and Allo Darlin', Evans The Death will be releasing their debut album via Fortuna POP! this year, preceded by their debut single, the double A-sided 'Threads' / 'I'm So Unclean', produced by Rory Bratwell (Test Icicles / RAT:ATT:AGG / KASMs), on 5th September.

    Evans the Death make frenetic and infectious punk pop which exudes the kind of unbridled charisma, intelligence, and runaway energy that promises a singularly exciting future for the band. Comprising Dan Moss (guitar, vocals), Olly Moss (bass), Katherine Whitaker (vocals keys), Rob Mitson (drums), and Matt Gill (guitar), and named after the undertaker in Dylan Thomas's Under Milk Wood, Evans the Death are poised to fulfill their potential as one of the most refreshing and exhilarating new groups around.

    Having evidently spent a good proportion of their young lives attuned as much to the lyrical dexterity of Morrissey, Lawrence Felt, Edwyn Collins, and Jarvis Cocker, as to the scuzzed up melodic exuberance of early My Bloody Valentine, Pavement, The Pixies, and the I Am Kurious Oranj era of The Fall, the band effortlessly blend precocious musical literacy with the kind of unerring self-awareness which makes for a perfectly pitched pop sensibility.

    Their imminent first release couples latent-cold-war-paranoia love-song 'Threads', as urgent, unsettling, and hook-laden a calling card as could be wished for, with I'm So Unclean, wherein Katherine's vertiginous, primal, and urgent vocal delivery electrifies lyrics which alternate between the scathingly acerbic and the boldly fragile: "When I'm watching the shopping channel, I will think of you / when I try to get to sleep, I will think of you...''  Elegantly handled self-deprecation, mordant wit, and a willingness to embrace your own awkwardness go a long way when you have the sophisticated grasp on the things that make music exhilarating, nervy, and vital which Evans the Death manifestly do. With their compellingly unhinged and hyper-intelligent pop the band look set to blaze a trail through 2011 and beyond.

    Tracklisting:
    1. Threads 
    2. I'm So Unclean

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  • Fat History Month 'Safe & Sound' - Cargo Records UK

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    Fat History Month 'Safe & Sound'

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    It's difficult to think of another band as in tune with Boston's underground rock community as Fat History Month.Whether the modest two piece are demonstrating their uncanny ability to pack a basement midweek or curating shows themselves that blend the best local musicians with the finest of out-of-towners, Fat History Months only intention is what embodies the DIY music scene across the city: positivity and energy.  - Clay Adamcsyk, Dig Boston
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  • Flaherty / Corsano / Yeh / Oren Ambarchi / Matt Skitz Sanders 'Split' - Cargo Records UK

    Krayon Recordings

    Flaherty / Corsano / Yeh / Oren Ambarchi / Matt Skitz Sanders 'Split'

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    Oceans of drum kit fire bawling and fluttering string overtones fuse a complex web of ear asterism. Infiltrated by a woozy sax line that soon reduces in duration and increases the overall vehemence, with fragmented reed chewing rasp & roar joining a myriad of coordinates in this dense labyrinth of free magic.

    On the flip stunningly crafted harmonic percolations of feedback glare and riff particles slam into tantric drum force blast beats by Matt Skitz Sanders, on this unexpected monolith from Oren. Art by Paul Coors.

    Tracklisting:

    Side A:
    Flaherty / Corsano / Yeh ' Revolving Door Assault

    Side B:
    Oren Ambarchi And Matt Skitz Sanders ' Double Helix

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  • Flowers 'Joanna' - Cargo Records UK

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    Flowers 'Joanna'

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    Flowers 'Joanna'

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    Coloured Vinyl 7 Ltd to 500 copies.

    The first single to be taken from the Flowers' album Do What You Want To, It's What You Should Do is Joanna, a song about someone suffering from a depression so deep that has become part of their identity. Joanna was the second song recorded in their sessions with producer Bernard Butler but the first where everything just clicked and the band knew they had a working creative relationship. He made it sound full of vitality and excitement, says Rachel, Flowers' lead singer. We were thrilled with the results and couldn't wait to get back and record the rest of the album with him. Flowers are Sam Ayres (Guitar/Synths), Rachel Kenedy (Vocals/Bass/Synths) and Jordan Hockley (Drums), brought together by Sam's advert for a singer to make music like "Madonna through a broken tape machine".

    Drawing a line between the joyous fuzzpop of The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart and the minimalist brilliance of Young Marble Giants, the reception at their live shows has been nothing less than rapturous, with audiences blown away by their intensity and compelled by their sparse beauty: Jordan a physical yet inventive presence behind the drum kit, Sam a constant blur of kinetic energy on guitar and Rachel utterly still. It is this dynamic that has been captured over the fourteen deceptively simple pop songs that comprise Flowers debut, Do What You Want To, It's What You Should Do out September 8th via Fortuna Pop! (UK).

    Most of the songs weigh in at less than three minutes, a deliberate strategy for a band that seeks strength in simplicity. Our songs tend to be quite short - if there's something that doesn't need to be there, we take it out. Hoping for just the best bits, explains Rachel. We love all kinds of things, Ramones, Madonna, The Misfits, Iggy & The Stooges, Joy Division, all sorts! The album doesn't sound too much like any of those, but the songs are short and simple pop songs, and all those artists we love write songs like that. Indeed, Flowers' genius is in their ability to convey a remarkable amount of emotion with minimal instrumentation.

    Rachel possesses one of those beautiful pop voices to die for, with echoes of Elizabeth Fraser (Cocteau Twins), Hope Sandoval (Mazzy Star) and Harriet Wheeler (The Sundays), whilst Sam's guitars chime and churn with an incredible intensity and Jordan's drums rip right through with urgency and precision, resulting in a beautiful album that conjures up a strange and entrancing sort of magic. Haunting, mesmerizing and intense, Do What You Want To, It's What You Should Do is an impressive calling card from a sensational new band. 

    Tracklisting:
    A: Joanna
    B: Rachel's Song
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  • Goat 'I Sing in Silence' - Cargo Records UK

    Rocket Recordings

    Goat 'I Sing in Silence'

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    Goat 'I Sing in Silence'

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    New music from Goat is always a time for celebration, and we are excited to announce the bands return with a 7' of brand new material.

    Last year Goat released the single It's time for fun which saw the band experimenting with drum machines, which brought a different pulse to their tribal psych. And this desire to explore new sounds continues with their new single I Sing in Silence. But instead of plugging in'new instruments the band have unplugged'and created an addictive groove with mostly un-amped, acoustic instruments.

    Elastic guitar lines, woodblock percussion, and flutes which drive the song are enveloped by one of the strongest vocal deliveries by the bands enigmatic singers, resulting in a powerful and catchy psych-pop number.

    The B side is an instrumental called The Snake of Addis Ababa, is a looping North African mantra played on a teasing fuzzed guitar underpinned by a djembe groove. The repetitive mantra is disrupted by piano that freely solos over the groove, and a pounding drum lifts the song to a seriously head-nodding conclusion.

    This single is further proof that, in a world of similar sounding and similar looking psych bands, Goat are standing completely out on their own and we are all the better for it. This summer the band will be busy writing, recording, and blowing people's minds across Europe's greatest stages.

    Tracklisting:
    Side A:
    I Sing in Silence

    Side B:
    The Snake of Addis Ababa
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  • Goat 'Let it Burn' Vinyl 7

    Rocket Recordings

    Goat 'Let it Burn' Vinyl 7"

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    Goat 'Let it Burn' Vinyl 7"

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    The ltd 7' comes in 4 exclusive colours, each ltd to 400 copies; yellow flame'vinyl, orange flame'vinyl,  red flame vinyl''purple vinyl 'and these will be randomly distributed around the world.

    Is Let it Burn the greatest Goat track the band have ever made? The band think it is the best song they have written. The label have not stopped going on about it since they heard it. And now you can listen to Let it Burn when it is released as a ltd edition 7' single on 25 May.

    Let it Burn was written specifically for the climatic scene in the short movie Killing Gävle, a The Guardian produced film directed by the very talented Joe Fletcher about the famous Gävle Goat in Sweden which every year local custodians of Gävle try to protect a giant straw goat that is built for the town every Christmas being burnt down by mischievous pagans.

    Obviously Goat's music was the obvious to soundtrack the film - their back catalogue is used throughout the film but up to now it was the only place you could hear a segment of the 6 minute+ fuzz groove of Let it Burn but now thanks to Rocket Recordings it can be heard in all its glory.

    Not only that, but you get a brand new b-side, and like most recent Goat b-sides it reveals another exploratory sound to the bandsworld music'. Friday Pt.1 is a 4 minute excerpt from an organically evolving, cosmic-jazz, studio jam.

    Goat play two shows this summer, supporting Foo Fighters at Gothenburg's Ullevi Stadium on 5 June and they will be headlining Stage 2 at London's Citadel Festival on 15 July.

    Release Date: 25/05/2018
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  • Hand Of Dust 'Walk in White' - Cargo Records UK

    Avant! Records

    Hand Of Dust 'Walk in White'

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    Hand Of Dust 'Walk in White'

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    Hand Of Dust is a trio from Copenhagen. They somehow belong the Posh Isolation brood but they play a personal variation of dark rock music with roots in folk and with a lot of focus on songwriting and lyrics.

    Originally formed in order to play the acoustic songs of singer Bo Høyer Hansen as an electric setting, it quickly grew into a band. In September 2012 the band released a demo tape and in January 2014 they put out a 7" EP on NY label Blind Prophet called "Without Grace Or Glory".

    Recently Hand Of Dust reentered the studio and recorded two songs. Speaking of this upcoming 7' single, Danish webzine VORTEXAS says "I remember seeing them playing one of their first concerts: I nudged the guy next to me and exlaimed 'They got like a neo-folk thing going, but electric, don't they?' to which he answered: 'Nah, they're more like Dead Moon.' In a way I hear both". With some good ol' Gun Club vibe, we might add.

    For now you may enjoy these two new tunes: not many bands these days can create such a personal sound when it comes to dark folk/rock music. One time pressing of 500. Comes with insert.

    Tracklisting:
    Side A:
    Walk In White

    Side B:
    A Sight For The Living
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  • Hissey Miyake / Terrible Truths - Cargo Records UK

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    Hissey Miyake / Terrible Truths

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    Hissey Miyake / Terrible Truths

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    Two of Melbourne’s absolute finest are gathered here on a measly seven inches of vinyl, and they aren’t grouped together without reason! Both have migrated to Melbourne from further-flung regional quarters (Brisbane and Adelaide, respectively). Both groups also tap into an early 80's post-punk/disco sound; Terrible Truths with more of a crisp, modern sheen; while Hissey Miyake seem intent on investigating the exact point of mutation between NY no-wave and disco.

    Second edition now on white vinyl!

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  • Hyperdontia 'Excreted From The Flesh' Vinyl 7

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    Hyperdontia 'Excreted From The Flesh' Vinyl 7"

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    Hyperdontia 'Excreted From The Flesh' Vinyl 7"

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    Tracklisting:
    Side A
    1. Excreted From The Flesh

    Side B  
    2. Warping Sacristy


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  • Infinite Light / Vibracathedral Orchestra 'Baptised By Intuition / Get It?' - Cargo Records UK

    Krayon Recordings

    Infinite Light / Vibracathedral Orchestra 'Baptised By Intuition / Get It?'

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    Vibracathedral drop straight into a heads down fully tranced narco-dust trail, with guitar-born fireflies leading the way through a never-changing backdrop heat haze of low-lying smoke-mist and earth-veined throb.

    Fx tweets and rattlesnake percussion shakes as mystic keyboard spirits blow in a weightless drift. The first cut from Infinite Light is a section lifted from a show featuring Barry Dean on guitar, Mick Flower on guitar and organ and Pete Nolan jamming the traps, and its a full, free-rock, psych-out captured through a heavy veil of no-fi smog.

    By the sounds of this they must have blasted open the trans-dimensional portal to some out-of-time temple rituals. Part two is the opposite, exchanging blasted group workout for a solo piece of harmonic guitar vignettes wrapped around a falsetto vocal cadence fluctuating at the point of saturation. Art by Barry Dean, design by Mick Flower.

    Tracklisting:
    Side A:
    Infinite Light – Baptised By Intuition

    Side B:
    Vibracathedral Orchestra – Get It?

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  • Inger Lorre & The Chiefs of Infinity 'Snowflake' - Cargo Records UK

    Sweet Nothing

    Inger Lorre & The Chiefs of Infinity 'Snowflake'

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    Limited to 500 copies worldwide on Snowflake white vinyl.

    Infamous former front woman for seminal band, the Nymphs, Inger Lorre is making her long overdue return to the music scene.  Following up 1999's solo record, Transcendental Medication and the collectable Motel Shootout single, Burn (1995) with a 7 single.

    Inger admits her return to the music scene has been a long journey,  The music I hear on commercial radio stations is mostly uninspiring. It makes me think how lucky I was to be part of that grunge scene and witness the success of bands like Sonic Youth.  So I've been gathering my energy.  For me making music is the easy part, dealing with people at major labels ' that was always hard.  I never understood the value my music might have to others - I credit Jeff Buckley with making me see that.  Until that point I didn't feel like I was doing anything important or good¦When Jeff died it was just one week after my father passed away, and it took me a long time to be able to move on from that trauma.

    Why now?  Having good people around me such as Henry Rollins and my long-time publicist and friend Faye has helped me feel strong and safe enough to create new music.  I'm glad to step back into the music industry, independently and on my own terms ' I feel empowered.  I also have a new band that are young, talented and full of enthusiasm!

    Inger is currently working on a new album, but welcomes the opportunity to be involved in Record Store Day, I want to really celebrate the spirit of independence - record stores ran by music fans for music fans. These are the people I want to make great music for!

    Snowflake is a song summing up the horror and the fear involved in addiction. I'm very pale skinned and 'Snowflake' was my street name.  As a teenager and young adult I was trapped in a self-medicating addiction, as a form of protection against physical & verbal abuse and constantly being around alcoholism. As much as it harmed me it also saved me from becoming a teenage suicide. This song is the sound of me walking through fire. Hate in my Heart is about the downside of relationships, confused emotions and the fine line between love & hate.  It's also about making the decision not to take anymore bullshit. 

    A. Snowflake
    B. Hate In My Heart
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  • Jim Jones All Stars 'Gimme The Grease' Vinyl 7

    Ako-Lite Records

    Jim Jones All Stars 'Gimme The Grease' Vinyl 7"

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    Jim Jones All Stars Announce Spring Tour In Support Of 7” Single ‘Gimme The Grease’. The explosive new project from garage rock godfather Jim Jones takes to the road to foul up your town! Jim Jones All Stars have announced details of their long-awaited, full-length UK and European tour in support of their new 7” single, ‘Gimme The Grease’, out now on Ako-Lite Records.

    This is the first physical bite of their forthcoming album, ‘Ain’t No Peril’, which is scheduled for an autumn release. Returning to his natural environments of the stage and analogue studio, Jim Jones cements his position as the Grand Poo-Bah of red, raw rock’n’roll and the facilitator of illicit sonic thrills.

    Having spearheaded garage rock pioneers Thee Hypnotics, and international favourites The Jim Jones Revue, Jim is at a point in his career where he is drawing from past, present, and future. Joined by Jim Jones Revue members Gavin Jay (bass) and Elliot Mortimer (piano and keys), drummer Chris Ellul (The Heavy), veteran punk blues guitarist Carlton Mounsher (The Swamps), and the threeway tenor/baritone sax attack of Stuart Dace, Chuchi Malapersona and Tom Hodges, this is the filthy grind and sonic ramalama that you’ve all been waiting for!

    Having made a midnight offering at Clarksdale, Mississippi's legendary crossroads in the Deep South, ‘Gimme The Grease’ was recorded at Memphis Magnetic studios in Memphis, Tennessee – and it’s impossible not to feel that Southern alchemy oozing from this music.

    “When you’re recording within spitting distance of the Mississippi river, there’s something about that heavy Memphis air that changes the way that you hear the groove and grind,” says Jim Jones. “’Gimme The Grease’ captures that feeling and bathes in that magic.”

    Tracklisting:
    Side A
    Gimme The Grease

    Side B
    I Want You (Any Way I Can)
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  • Kirsten Morrison 'Double, Double, Toil And Trouble'â„¢ (Feat. Lene Lovich)' - Cargo Records UK

    Microspiral

    Kirsten Morrison 'Double, Double, Toil And Trouble" (Feat. Lene Lovich)'

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    Following the releases of the Lauren Laverne (BBC6 Music) and Nick Luscombe (Late Junction, BBC Radio 3) supported single She Walks In Beauty'and album Proserpine's Gold', singer and composer Kirsten Morrison returns.

    Double, Double, Toil And Trouble'(Feat. Lene Lovich) is based on Shakespeare's classic, Macbeth. This darkly gothic number is filled with witches'chants, late evening operatic vocals and classical horror instrumentation which build into an epic orchestral stampede.

    New wave legend Lene Lovich makes a rare special guest appearance and brings her trademark sound to this ideal Halloween track. Marie Antoinette'has been a major highlight of Kirsten Morrison's live shows across Europe.

    This four-to-the-floor baroque style romp has devastated venues by combining an infectious groove and stratospheric operatic vocals in this ode to the legendary French Queen who met an unfortunate fate.

    Tracklisting:
    1. Double, Double, Toil And Trouble (Feat. Lene Lovich)
    2. Marie Antoinette

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  • Knee Chin 'Melting Upwards' - Cargo Records UK

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    Melting Upwards is Knee Chin at their most anthemic and direct, to the extent that listeners would be forgiven for warping this into their own cattle and/or cane!

    This band play a central role in the wave of new music spewing out of Brisbane, and this is the single that captures them at their best.
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