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  • DIIV 'Oshin' - Cargo Records UK

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    DIIV 'Oshin'

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    DIIV 'Oshin'

    £19.99

    DIIV is the nom-de-plume of Z. Cole Smith, musical provocateur and frontman of an atmospheric and autumnally-charged new Brooklyn four-piece.

    Recently inked to the uber-reliable Captured Tracks imprint, DIIV created instant vibrations in the blog-world with their impressionistic debut "Sometime"; finding it's way onto the esteemed pages of Pitchfork and Altered Zones a mere matter of weeks after the group's formation.

    Enlisting the aid of NYC indie-scene-luminary, Devin Ruben Perez, former Smith Westerns drummer Colby Hewitt, and Mr. Smith-s childhood friend Andrew Bailey, DIIV craft a sound that is at once familial and frost-bitten.

    Indebted to classic kraut, dreamy Creation-records psychedelia, and the primitive-crunch of late-80s Seattle, the band walk a divisive yet perfectly fused patch of classic-underground influence.

    Tracklisting:
    1. (Druun)
    2. Past Lives
    3. Human
    4. Air Conditioning
    5. How Long Have You Known?
    6. Wait
    7. Earthboy
    8. (Druun pt. ii)
    9. Follow
    10. Sometime
    11. Oshin (Subsume)
    12. Doused
    13. Home
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  • Girls Names 'Don't Let Me In' - Cargo Records UK

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    Girls Names 'Don't Let Me In'

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    Girls Names 'Don't Let Me In'

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    “Formed in January 2009 with their first gig booked before even playing together, Belfast ‘s Girls Names unabashedly hark back to the early/mid eighties shadow world of Beat Happening, Black Tambourine, Felt, C86 and the Sound of Young Scotland.

    In their short existence they have quickly honed their craft in creating their own self-styled “disposable noise pop”, masking subdued bittersweet vocals and melodic hooks with reverb drenched guitars and Mary Chain primal drums.

    Having sold out of their debut home taped demos on Cass/Flick (Belfast) last summer and after a string of support slots with the likes of Sic Alps, Wavves, Times New Viking, Lovvers and Gary War, Girls Names are set for their first release ‘proper’, with a 12″ EP on Brooklyn’s much talked about Captured Tracks label and a full UK tour with label buddies, La La Vasquez in the spring.”

    Side A:

    1. Don't Let Me In
    2. Warm Hands, Cold Heart

    Side B:
    1. I Guess
    2. Graveyard

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