‘It’s the best debut of the year, and will probably remain so. It’s institutionalised England gone mad. It’s everything that means everything. It’s loud. It’s hope. It’s god. And it’s fucking alive man, it’s fucking alive..’ The Fly‘They have the most pissed sounding vocalist since Shane MacGowan.. When he screams ‘JUST F**KING LEAVE IT’ during ‘Everybody In The Place’ it’s easy to imagine that he really is in the middle of a fight, and it’s quite likely that he started it.’ Kerrang
1. Everybody In The Place
2. I Won't Need You When You're Dead
CD contains extra track ‘Sicko’
Release date: March 2003
Entrance Records & Tapes
Release Date: 05/02/2021
What if Rimbaud met Roy Orbison, on acid in a room full of synthesizers, after a late night wander through the haunted streets of New Orleans? Is getting lost the only way to ever be found? At what point does the hero’s journey become a fool’s errand?
Nearly two decades into a lifer’s voyage of shapeshifting through shadowy realms of the American underground, Guy Blakeslee, poses these and other conundrums on his dramatic new album, Postcards From The Edge (Entrance Records).
Recorded in New Orleans at the house studio of Preservation Hall Jazz Band, with former Sonic Ranch engineer and producer, Enrique Tena Padilla (Oh Sees, Wand), and featuring appearances from singers Lael Neale, Hale May, Rachel Fannan, and drummer Derek James of The Entrance Band,
Postcards From The Edge is electrified by the spirit of sonic experimentation, and the fervent desire to chart a map into unknown territory. Across the record’s seven tracks, Blakeslee’s questing lyrics teem with stormy emotion, his plaintive voice finding succor in richly-textured melodies that soar over lushly-produced soundscapes, always on the verge of collapse.
Release Date: 04/12/2020
“Ginger gave me two instructions: “Loud guitars and loud crowd”….I didn’t have a choice in either as that’s what was captured during the recording” - Live album producer Dave Draper