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Preening - Greastrap Frisbee
Preening
Greastrap Frisbee
7" | 2018 | US | Original (Ever / Never)
11,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Preening is a band that is literally bursting with ideas. Their music is chockablock with tension and pressure—gaskets blowing; pipes exploding; circuit boards fizzling out. A trio comprised of some of the Bay Area’s most active underground musicians, Preening are poised to cement themselves as one of their scene’s most crucial exponents of non-trad punk. Within Preening’s tumultuous music, elements careen and collide—sax bleats; bass lines access spinal nerve-spots; drums poke and pound. On this release, the trio blast through five cuts of controlled chaos, exuding a nonchalant confidence in their mission.
Sparrow Steeple - A Aardvark
En Kernaghan Band - Experience Banned 1997
En Kernaghan Band
Experience Banned 1997
7" | 2017 | US | Original (Ever / Never)
11,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
En Kernaghan is a spiritual seeker who yearns for salvation through the world’s least hypocritical religion: rock n’ roll. After his previous 12” EP on Ever/Never last year, Kernaghan received quite a bit of praise for his idiosyncratic take on classic garage-punk via covers of The Cramps and Pussy Galore, and originals which fit perfectly within such esteemed company. Kernaghan reinterprets the bump n’ grind of rock n’ roll through his devotional prism. On his new 7”, Kernaghan ups the recording fidelity while expanding his range to incorporate psychedelic touches that have been lurking in the wings all along. “Divine Body Care” could be vintage Donovan chanting a mantra as sitar-like guitars and ringing bells conjure the atmosphere of an ashram invaded by flower-punks hellbent on transcendence. Even George Harrison would welcome such a trespass. “Things Are Constantly Changing” dives even deeper into psych rock. With it’s strange stop/starts and outwardly-expanding chorus, “Constantly Changing” is not so far from The Pretty Things and other denizens of Abbey Road Studios. With this impressive single on Ever/Never Records, it’s safe to say that En Kernaghan is still walking his singular path, moving along to his own peculiar drumbeats. Edition of 200 copies.
Housewives - Housewives
Housewives
Housewives
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Ever / Never)
22,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Housewives are: Industrious music for industrious people. A few years ago, London, England’s Housewives, in the finest of post-punk traditions, began making an intensely focused racket. Their debut took the form of a five-song limited-edition cassette put out by Faux Discx. This self-titled EP had a startling power and hypnotic force that is all too rare in this era of practiced disaffection. Instead of pretending to be bored by this evershifting world, Housewives' approach revealed a microscopic attention to detail. Despite their using the traditional instruments of rock n’ roll, Housewives invert these powerful totems to their own ends. This is music that earns its praise from such high priests of refusal as Charles Hayward (This Heat, Camberwell Now). Like an Adam Curtis documentary, Housewives' music that takes on social constructs, looking for a way to disassemble these ridiculous structures. Delivered at a volume-enhancing 45 rpms, Housewives’ 12” EP is a diamond-hard gem of post-punk.
Quietus - Volume Three
Tim Evans - Wretched Wings
Stefan Christensen - American Pastoral Again
Centre Negative - Emotion Is Cringey
Wilful Boys, The - Rough As Guts
Mosquito Ego - Glomb
Glam Fail - Cyclone Rodney
Obnox - Wiglet
Ballroom - Ballroom
Ballroom
Ballroom
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Ever / Never)
12,09 €* 21,99 € -45%
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
!!! On their debut 12'' EP for Ever/Never Records, New York City's Ballroom explode out of the gate with a whirlwind fury. Anchored by a tornado of vicious snare drum thwacks and excoriating guitars, "Corridor" is a threat made manifest by singer Eric Cecil's warnings to "not let the sight disturb ya." Ballroom are a powerful ensemble assembled from scattered remnants of other notable bands. Cecil (who also plays guitar) did time in Chicago punk standout Busy Signals, and has featured in numerous NYC bands since his relocation. The other axe-slinger, Kristian Brenchley, is a founding member of long-running scum rockers Woman, and also lays down the bottom end in Ever/Never labelmates Degreaser. Ballroom low-end is provided by Home Blitz' Theresa Smith, while the drums are beaten into submission by Steven Fisher, leader of Wilful Boys and Dozers.
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