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Lazer Boy
Lazer Boy 4

Lazer Boy were an indie band from Leeds who were initially active between 1995 and 1998.  Their sound seems to be influenced by Syd Barrett-era Pink Floyd. They are active once again with a new album called 4. In the intervening 21 years they have released albums under the names Geese, Frozen Geese, 3eese and Congregation. 

Vibracathedral Orchestra
Live At Total Inertia

Vibracathedral Orchestra are a wild, shamanic collective who recently reformed to continue their path of improvised psychedelic noise bursts. This limited white vinyl  10" captures them live at one of their favourite haunts, Wharf Chambers in Leeds and perfectly encapsulates the experience of their intense and raw live shows. 

Val Denham
I Saw Myself in Your Dreams Last Night

Bradford dwelling artist Val Denham is a truly unique proposition. Since Vanity Case issued 'Dysphoria' a couple of years ago she has had a 3LP retrospective of early musical works published as well as lots of artwork type things so it's high time to delve back into her dark, fractured world. "Val Denham is probably the only artist living today possessed of genius!" not my words  - the words of Genesis Breyer P Orridge. Expect a truly enthralling listen.   

The Vanity Case Reality Tunnel Volume Three, Where is Tomorrow?

The Vanity Case Reality Tunnel Volume Three, Where Is Tomorrow is a compilation that boasts artists like Neil Turpin, Lazer Boy and The Womb in its roster. The packaging for this release is something special: a poster is relatively commonplace, but it isn’t everyday you buy an album that comes with a set of necromancy cards eh?
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This Spooky Shit

Spaced-out, electronic rambling from Leeds duo 3eese. Sometimes I worry that in our our age of hyper-availability and exposure there are no more really weird records and then something like this arrives. Modulated cornet playing over John Carpenter-worshipping synths, demonic vocals and drum machines, like some psychedelic mirage. It fills me with hope.
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The Congregation

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