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Terminal Cheesecake
Le Sacre Du Lievre

Psych/Dub/Industrial legends Terminal Cheesecake return with their second album since their lengthy break. La Sacre Du Lievre is the follow-up to 2016’s Dandelion Sauce Of The Ancients. It sees them pushing the boundaries of psychedelic noise to beyond what was previously thought possible. LP on Box Records.

Lower Slaughter
Some Things Take Work

Lower Slaughter’s second album is here, and it is big and good. Still operating with the mighty howl of former Divorce member Sinead Young, even though she lives at the opposite end of the country to the rest of the band, Lower Slaughter deliver loads of big heavy propulsive riffage here on Some Things Take Work: it’s bound to satisfy. On Box Records.

Big Lad
Pro Rock

Newcastle-Upon-Tyne label Box Records (Lower Slaughter, Casual Nun) issue the sophomore LP from Big Lad. It’s a very Lightning Bolt-ish affair, is Pro Rock. Though bass is swapped out for synths, the duo still come through with the kind of wacky, Hella-ish noise grooves that Brians Chippendale and Gibson have supplied us with so many of down the years.

We Are Ill

We Are Ill. Aren’t we all, eh? Anyway, this rabble are from Manchester and their LP is being released by Box Records (Gnod, Bong). The nine tracks here are a weird, fuzzy hybrid of psych-rock, groovy post-punk and a bit of riot girl too. Ill do their best to bring the noise while still keeping one hand on the melody control. Tracks like ‘Stuck On A Loop’ hit the sweet spot between The Slits and King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard.
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  • ILL
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  • Box Records


Ore is Sam Underwood’s brass doom project, in which tubas and trombones and the like are massed together into pieces that throb with the same elemental power as the most interesting end of doom metal, though of course with a totally different textural palette. No novelty here, just amazing original music. Belatedly, which features Sophie Cooper and Khyam Allami, is released by Box Records.

Lower Slaughter
What Big Eyes

A complete and utter madness of a record from Lower Slaughter - featuring Ex Divorce vocalist Sinead Young. What Big Eyes is their debut album and it really does pack an absolute punch when it comes to riffs and aggression- noise and thick guitars allow for the chorus’ to become rivers of pure sound that make you angry just listening to them. Available on Vinyl LP and CD.      

Girl Sweat
Bad Happenings

Who needs garage-rock when you can have garage-noise? If it’s messy, blasted-out fun-time vibes you want, go straight for Girl Sweat, who utilises a lap steel, some synths and drum machines, and some howled / hollered vocals, all squeezed through stacks of distortion and echo. Bad Happenings is the debut full-length, and it’s out on Box Records.

Foot Hair
Foot Hair

180 gram vinyl LP, Extremely limited to 250 copies on Box Records. Barely in tune noise mongers from Newcastle Foot Hair feature members of Obey and Haikai No Ku. Trashy, filthy 4-chord fuzz that entertains, energizes and terrifies in equal measure. for fans of Drunks with Guns and Upsidedown Cross.
  • Vinyl LP (BoxRec011)
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  • Limited edition

Beauty Pageant

There’s never really enough dirty bands that raise their middle finger at anybody who doesn’t like noise, although Beauty Pageant are definitely doing enough to fill all our needs in that department. Their newest EP, by the name of Torso, is a celebration of the body at the cost of all pretense - expect noise and, well, noise.