Dirtbombs, the / king khan & his shrines - billiards at nine thirty


I heard through the grapevine that this was supposed to be good. People were talking about it. With so many records coming out right now it's hard to know which ones to pick. Total Punk have a high quality when it comes to all their releases but they are all also steeped in the same format and that can be a bit tedious sometimes. I understand it though cuz this is ceratinaly the era of niche-ing yourself. Anyway, the Sleaze are definitely one of the satnd-out records. The fi is low but perfect for this kind of punk and an eight track 45 rpm LP is the perfect format. The Sleaze got the songs and they're smart enough not to play them too fast but what really makes this great is the singer's kind of laid back snottines and the lead guitar that delivers some awesome melodies. It doesn't bother with 1977 too much either which makes it fell like now. You get the title track in a synth-driven version as the last song. Great. (Martin) 

Ian St. Pe has a project called Saint Pé. [28] St. Pe also plays guitar in another band called Diamond Rugs, which features members of Deer Tick , Dead Confederate , Los Lobos , and Six Finger Satellite . [29] Diamond Rugs will be releasing their debut album on Partisan Records in 2012. [30] Jared Swilley provides guitar and vocals for The Gaye Blades, who have released two 7-inches on Rob's House Records and an LP on Norton Records . [31] In late Summer 2008 band member Bobby Ubangi was diagnosed with small cell lung and brain cancer. He died in Summer 2009 and is referred to in the Black Lips songs "Dirty Hands" and "I'll Be With You." Under the name Old King Cole Younger, Cole Alexander released a split single on Rob's House Records with Bradford Cox of Deerhunter performing under the name of Atlas Sound . Cole Alexander and Bradford Cox also have a project called Ghetto Cross. [32] Joe Bradley produced a rap group called Incoqnekro. They recorded an album titled Incoqnekronomicon , which was released online in 2009. [33]

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Furthermore King Khan was invited by Lou Reed and Laurie Anderson to perform at the Sydney Opera House as a part of the Vivid festival in 2010.

08) THE CAVEMEN. My fascination with these Cavemen continues. And for the record just one more time, I’m speaking of The Cavemen from Boston, MA – not the Cavemen from New Zealand who moved to London and have a bunch of records out on various lo-fi garage labels. People seem to think those guys are wild and primitive, but Boston’s neanderthals are the definition of PRIMITIVE. I haven’t heard shit-fi like this in some time, just completely blown-out thud. My point of reference keeps coming back to Black Time, if BT were American and really dumb and had absolutely no artistic aspirations. The ‘Band in BC’ cassette (see, they’re funny too) was tops of the tapes in 2016, and now they have somehow convinced a little label called Weirdly Records to press the best of that tape on a must-have 7″ – seven tracks with minimal band info, and reproducing the classy art from the tape. If you don’t believe me just give “Ca Ca (My Wall)” a spin and thank me later. Order from the band(camp) or the label.


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