Arrow Fat Left Icon Arrow Fat Right Icon Arrow Right Icon Cart Icon Close Circle Icon Expand Arrows Icon Facebook Icon Instagram Icon Twitter Icon Hamburger Icon Information Icon Down Arrow Icon Mail Icon Mini Cart Icon Person Icon Ruler Icon Search Icon Shirt Icon Triangle Icon Bag Icon Play Video

Scratchy Records

That Will Be Lunch 'Play That Funky Music / Discarded Things' Vinyl 7" - Green

£6.99

Scratchy Records

That Will Be Lunch 'Play That Funky Music / Discarded Things' Vinyl 7" - Green

£6.99




Alvin Spetz (aka That Will Be Lunch) has already been compared to the likes of The Fall, Edwyn Collins, Devo and Wire (by the Sunday Times) and with the release of the superb art-pop cover of Wild Cherry’s ‘Play That Funky Music’ he’s likely to add both The Residents and (an albeit dancified) Denim to that illustrious list. Released together with B-side Discarded Things (which was presumably too weirdly contemporary to release on NME’s C86 cassette compilation), the single will be made available on 7’ green vinyl on Scratchy Records on Record Store Day, Saturday 29th August and then from Friday 4th September in the digiverse for download / streaming.

Maverick Spetz  - not his real name, his real name’s Alvin (ha!) - has released two albums as Full English Breakfast  - “a highly eccentric but thoroughly engaging electronic pop debut that aligns him with the Fall and Frank Zappa” (Uncut) - and another as TWBL on Scratchy Records and has been compared to everyone from Yello to Frank Zappa and Stereolab. Play That Funky Music is an inspired and outlandish Year Zero reimagining of that 1970s disco classic that firmly places itself alongside The Fall’s unorthodox cover of Sister Sledge’s Lost In Music – but with added cuckoo clocks.

http://www.thatwillbelunch.co.uk