Tuesday, 14 March 2017

14 March 2017

Still got loads of stuff in the backlog, so eschewing the featured album.. err... feature again. So let's get cracking.

Playboy Manbaby - You Can Be A Fascist Too
Released the day after the US election, these are from Phoenix, Arizona, and it's off the LP Don't Let It Be.

Wire - Diamonds In Cups
Post-punk veterans who recently marked their 40th anniversary. The new album is Silver/Lead.

King Salami and The Cumberland 3 - Goin' Back To Wurstville
These are good. Featured on the BBC series The Best Part-Time Band, they've developed a bit of a cult following. This is out on Friday on an album of the same name.

Sleaford Mods - Moptop
A rare daytime-playable track from the new LP English Tapas which you need in your life.

Public Service Broadcasting - Progress
PSB's first track featuring guest vocals, specifically those of Tarcyanne Campbell from off of Camera Obscura. A portent of things to come.

Lusterlit - Genius Of Love
Brooklyn duo Susan Hwang and Charlie Nieland are Lusterlit and this is off the new EP/mini-album List Of Equipment.

Mokoomba - Mokole
To Zimbabwe now and this lively 6-piece are from Victoria Falls. The album is Luyando and is out now.

Husky Loops - Tempo
Italians based in London, we've played these a few times before. Their self-titled EP is out early April.

Dark Horse - Dark Horse
Matt Knee is Dark Horse and this features the vocals of Rosie Doonan. The EP is called Shot Down and is out now on Wakefield label Philophobia.

Eureka California - Wigwam
From Athens, Georgia, this is part of a three-track 7" which came out last month.

Horsebeach - The Highest Place
Couple of tracks from Manchester now, starting with this from the LP Beauty and Sadness.

Control Of The Going - She
And then from Manc psych-rockers who have an album in gestation.

Pet Crow - Pressure Sores
Part of the growing Derby scene, the album A Simple Guide To Small And Medium Pond Life. Catchy.

Cowards - Chosen
Back to Manc for a track from the LP Teeth.

Drumm Chimp - Acid Dog
And finally, an old-school acid house type thing that is utterly box fresh. Off the album Mangled Repetitions.



Doing owt next week? See you then, then.

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