The new band from Al Monte from Total Control, UV Race, Dick Diver etc. Inevitably, Terry likes to make a noise. Drums, guitars and all his voices come into play, making a solid raft for Terrys melancholic musings to navigate the languid rapids. This all unravels at its own pace, conducting a conversation with the commonplace. Talk About Terry marks the bands first venture into the recorded domain collecting together three of the greatest misshapen glam pop tunes Melbourne, Australia has to offer. Lets sit up at the table. Lets start the dialogue now, as Terry is well on his way.
A nervy throwback to that late/'70s era when punk began to mutate in countless directions, matching a deadpan vocal with an incessant chord progression and piling on the sonic chaos. "Why would you say sorry for that_" they wonder aloud, and certainly there's no need to apologize for keeping this strain of musical antagonism alive. Their debut single features three doses of shambly Television Personalities&Swell Maps style earworm indie rock.
Trash Kit are a three-piece comprising of Rachel Aggs (Shopping, Scared Paws), Rachel Horwood (Bas Jan, Shopping, Bamboo) and Gill Partington. Horizon is their third album and first in five years. With the members being active in many other musical projects, lots of influences feed into the Trash Kit sound, but it's fair to say that The Raincoats, The Slits and Sleater Kinney have been fairly influential here.
Glasgow's Vital Idles follow up 2018's debut LP, Left Hand, with a new EP simply titled, EP. Their music recalls The Velvet Underground, Young Marble Giants and The Raincoats in a kinda post-punk-meets-indie-pop way. So, this is a good thing, we are sure of it. 4-track 7" EP on Upset The Rhythm.
Debut album from Glasgow indie rock quartet that channel Kleenex and The Smiths, featuring members of Golden Grrrls (Slumberland & Night School). Following on from the band's two cassettes of demos on Comfortable On A Tightrope and their sold out and well regarded 7".