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Deaf Wish
Pain

Noise is scattered through the songs of Deaf Wish. It wallows through their sighed grunge tunes and their no frills punk shitshows, feedback wailing as if it wants nothing more than to be part of a pop song for once. Pain reconciles the twin forces of melodious songwriting and nauseating dissonance, a blend that best explains how a band stretched across different continents would sound coming together. 
  • Vinyl LP (SP1141)
  • Vinyl LP (SP1141X)
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition
  • Indies-only
  • CD (SPCD1141)
  • Artist(s):
  • Deaf Wish

Deaf Wish
Lithium Zion

The fifth LP from Aussie rockers Deaf Wish also marks their second for Sub Pop after 2015’s Pain. Lithium Zion is a fun and frenzied jolt of garage-punk that doesn’t take itself too seriously. Vocal duties are shared around, which is a nice touch, and overall the thing comes off very likably indeed. Think Bikini Kill, The Scientists etc.
  • Vinyl LP (SP1246)
  • Vinyl LP (SP1246X)
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition
  • CD (SPCD1246)
  • Artist(s):
  • Deaf Wish

Deaf Wish
Deaf Wish

The Australian noise rock scene has been erupting with bands lately, and Melbourne's Deaf Wish are yet another band who open the curtain with dissonant guitar chords, snarling vocals and a strong dedication to rhythm that keeps the whole thing from falling apart. Their only recording process is to "go to feedback", and these ten songs crackle with a post-hardcore energy that's only interrupted by bitty noise nonsense. In short: graaaaaaaaaaagh.
  • Vinyl LP (HOMELESS21)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Last copy
  • Artist(s):
  • Deaf Wish

Deaf Wish
St Vincent

This is actually not a new record from Texan singer-songwriter Annie Clark, but the work of Australian noise rockers Deaf Wish. 'St Vincent' is the band's first EP, bringing together their affection for post-hardcore with an Unwound-influenced disregard for being heard. Recommended for fans of early noise rock and fuzzed-out Sonic Youth.
  • Artist(s):
  • Deaf Wish