Really nice to see the NZ reissue label of choice, Siltbreeze release Bob Sutton’s great long lingering and widely circulated live recording of Shoes This High in 1980 just a shame they left off a few jems from the show. And another wonderful public service the label did too in putting out the Spies record ‘Battle Of Bosworth Terrace’ recently. Brilliant. Hopefully both will generate interest in a far more interesting and eclectic underground scene yet to see the light of day…surely its time to dig a little deeper?
Unbelievably slow on this one sorry folks but AJ’s ‘new’ album ‘You Are A Traveller’ is available on Powertool Records. It contains ‘Sunshine’ and ‘HMV’ released as a 7″ lathe last year among a host of other brilliant songs. Check it out here http://powertoolrecords.bandcamp.com/album/aj-sharma-you-are-a-traveller-2013. And while you’re at Powertool check out the first ‘proper’ album by the Psychic Maps too.
Awesome new video from Piece War by Beth Ducklingmonster
…they’ve been a very long time in the making (and re-making) but we’re really pleased to announce the release of the new Baa Baa and the Black Sheep 12″ lathe and Piece War 10″ lathe. Of course they’re both brilliant but for more detail go to the catalogue page. You can check out Baa Baa here:
…and Piece War here:
For a download copy of Piece War’s ‘Apathy’ go directly to their site here:
The Third Octave Band from ‘Ultramarine’ out on the ever brilliant…
Here’s a good interview with Pat by Kiran Dass
It’s next to impossible to pick a favourite from the Puddle cannon but this and A440 come close…
It’s been a really slow start to 2014 but thankfully things are getting a little busier. We’re expecting to release the long awaited 12″ lathe LP by the mysterious Baa Baa and the Black Sheep and a 10″ lathe from Peace War (a brilliant whaine two-piece with links to the Coolies) very soon. Also, we still have copies of the wonderful Tlaotlon LP. Get it while you still can.
We’re over the moon twice to have Tlaotlon’s new album ‘Calavities’ out now on vinyl. In our humble opinion its some of his best stuff ever. There’s only 100 of them, so get in quick. More details on the catalogue page. You can also check it out on our bandcamp site here http://epicsweeprecords.bandcamp.com/album/calavities