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Cuntz - Force The Zone
Force The Zone
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Homeless)
23,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Third album for Melbourne’s Cuntz. With Alex Macfarlane (Boomgates, Constant Mongrel, The Stevens) behind the desk again, Cuntz offer an even more bitter pill to swallow this time around in Force The Zone. Always polarizing critics, mainly due to the band’s chosen moniker, those that didn’t get the sardonic humor present missed out on fully enjoying Aloha and Solid Mates, although one commenter nailed it when stating “…the informed listener can choose to either get it or be put off by the irreverence. Cuntz are dedicated to the hoon, and dedicated to supporting each other in their own respective hoons, and they don’t give a fuck about what anyone thinks about that.”
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Spray Paint - Punters On A Barge
Spray Paint
Punters On A Barge
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Homeless)
21,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Extracting themselves from the dumpsters of Austin, Texas to create their “paranoid art punk”, No Wave sound—Spray Paint once again present the atonal throb “post-punk workouts” they do so well, this time with some kraut drum beats thrown in for good measure. With two albums on S-S Records in 2013 and Clean Blood, Regular Acid released Oct ’14, all of which appeared regularly on end-of-year lists—Spray Paint’s fourth album, Punters On a Barge, is released on Homeless. Touring the USA with Parquet Courts and Protomartyr and frequent tours of the States that have included two invitations to play Gonerfest, plus the annual SXSW gathering in home town of Austin, TX. The band also toured Europe Novemember 2014 and will play Japan/Australia June 2015, see them before the inevitable big time hits. "If Spray Paint's skull-ringing single 'Day of the Rope' wasn't enough to give you a damn-near stroke, their latest full-length LP Punters On a Barge will bash your head into oblivion. The Austin, Texas trio jack-hammers their way from militant post-punk to industrial noise with clanging guitars and droned-out vocals that could very well summon the robot apocalypse. Be still my cyborg heart."—Noisey
Subtle Turnhips - Redhair With Some
Subtle Turnhips
Redhair With Some
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Homeless)
8,79 €* 21,99 € -60%
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
The French punk-garage-rock scene the past decade has seen some standout acts emerge such as Cheveu, Frustration, The Feeling of Love, Dimi Dero and more. Add the oddly-named Subtle Turnhips to this pile, as their fifth album--Redhair With Some--is proudly brought to you by Australia's Homeless Records. The lack of hair on our Homeless head helped our hearing (try saying that rapidly 10 times)--not that we needed an aid to decide whether to release Redhair With Some--we've been a fan since hearing Terd Album (Hozac, 2010) and Meal (Pouet! Schallplatten, 2013) and immediately loved the rough cuts we were sent. Recruiting recording ace Mikey Young to mix the album brought a fresh new set of ears to the Turnhips sound, and another instant fan, hell we even hear some Eddy Current Suppression Ring-style guitar work in "Eileen." Some have stated they hear Swell Maps or Pink Flag-era Wire in the Subtle Turnhips influences, whilst others have noted The Fall or even the destructionism of Brainbombs. Pressed in an edition of 350 copies in gatefold jackets with download.
Stickmen, The - The Stickmen
Stickmen, The - Man Made Stars
Stickmen, The
Man Made Stars
LP | 2013 | US | Original (Homeless)
7,99 €* 19,99 € -60%
Release:2013 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Seemingly spontaneously, the tiny Hobart, Australia music scene underwent a radical upheaval in the late 1990s. Not content to slog it out on the local cover band circuit or to court the indie mainstream prevalent on the mainland, young bands like Sea Scouts, 50 Million Clowns, Little Ugly Girls, The Frustrations and The Nation Blue turned inward, channelling the experiences of growing up in an insular outpost of civilisation into an uncompromising din of noise rock that bore little or no resemblance to what was happening anywhere else in the world. Foremost among this group of restless explorers were The Stickmen. Their sound was a dark blend of post-punk rhythms, mutated surf-rock guitar lines and tightly wound nervous energy. Out of nowhere, only a year after the band's formation, their genius burst forth fully formed on their self-titled debut album in 1998. On songs like 'Strangeworld,' 'Night' and 'Creep Inside,' Guitarist/singer Aldous Kelly conjures a foreboding atmosphere that perfectly reflects the damp, crepuscular ambience of cold winter nights in Hobart. Drummer Ianto Kelly and bassist Luke Osbourne lock into skittish grooves, while Matt Greeves' innovative use of turntables acts both as a rhythmic device and source of unsettling atmospherics. Their follow-up, Man Made Stars (1999), represents not so much a progression as a consolidation of The Stickmen's vision. Having made tentative forays to Melbourne, where they dazzled small audiences with a bunch of explosive live shows, this album sounds more self-assured, delivering bona-fide classics such as the title track and their signature tune 'City Is Dead.' Over the years their legend has grown. Enthusiasm was fanned by ex-Hobartians who had achieved a degree of influence in the Australian music scene, such as Mike Noga, drummer of The Drones, and The Nation Blue's Tom Lyngcoln, who released a Stickmen compilation CD, Who Said It Would Be Good?, on his label Solar/Sonar in 2008. The unhoped for occurred in February 2013, when the band reformed to play All Tomorrow's Parties in Melbourne, at the behest of festival co-curators The Drones. It immediately transpired that The Stickmen had lost none of their chemistry or propulsive power, and they made a further surprise appearance at Hobart's Dark MOFO festival in June, being rightly celebrated as local heroes. It is extremely timely then that Homeless Records re-releases both The Stickmen's classic albums. This also marks the first time these recordings, remastered by expert engineer Mikey Young, are available on vinyl. Limited edition of 350 copies each, printed on old style "tip-on" sleeves, featuring inner sleeve with extensive liner notes & download code.
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