Excellent grimey frantic scuzz from reckless and rampant brother duo Eoin and Rory Loveless, aka Drenge. It flips, it rolls, it shakes and shatters. Superb. Taken from their self titled EP, Face Like A Skull is released on August 26th on Mad Mark/Infectious Records.
Salt Cathedral have launched their newest video Fields, a delightful and sparkling set following a ageing and ailing man discovering glimmers of joy. Flickering with steady patterns of sonically colourful ephemera, interspersed with lush harmonic vocals, all over a cantering beat, the song is built of many layers, Dripping with mesmerising and cinematic ambience, it’sContinue reading “Salt Cathedral – Fields”
Weird Menace are three girls from Dalston who make moody and sinister sounds. Their 100 run EP was released back in March on cassette (I know, I know, I’m late to the party) and features five feedback heavy, convulsing and fuzzily fragmented tunes. Weird Menace, the song rather than the band, is a song ofContinue reading “Weird Menace – Weird Menace”
Take a boundary. Play with it. Push it. That is what Frank Hamilton decided to do. Not content with just recording an EP he chose to do in 28 minutes (including setting up, recording, and breaking down) – whilst on one rotation of the London Eye. Why you may ask? He says ‘The plan wasContinue reading “Frank Hamilton – London Eye EP”
The Islington, June 2nd An evening of entertainment, all to celebrate the launch of a special EP. Sunday evenings, especially those spent in the sun, can result in something of a lethargic mood. Could Eiko, Drew Worthley and Kirsty Merryn all excite The Islington on this evening organised as part of the Massive Arms collective?Continue reading “Kirsty Merryn EP – Launch”