S-s Records Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records
Life Stinks hail from San-Francisco, and they have a thing or two to say about the current climate in that wild town of start-uppers. The title of this second album, You’ll Never Make It, sends a clear message of rejection to that culture: instead the band doubles down into garagey rock bursts. LP on S-s Records.
Here is the 2002 debut album from A Frames, a record we might fairly call underrated. The band produced a sharp and gnarly kind of post-punk that was much loved by a small minority: enough to sell out the first pressings, but not enough to get the thing re-pressed. Until now! Self-titled record reissued by S-s Recordings.
2 is the straightforwardly titled second record by A Frames, a record we might fairly call underrated. The band produced a sharp and gnarly kind of post-punk that was much loved by those in the know, but the record has been out of print for years… Until now, with this vinyl reissue by S-s Recordings.
Second album from post-punkers Screature, Four Columns deals in dark atmospheres like it’s the late ‘70s. Perhaps it’s taken cold wave this long to reach sunny California. Cold and haunting with an underlayer of scuzzy guitar for good measure. Out on CD and vinyl LP from S-s Records.
Urgent and sombre cold wave tunes with post-rock a bent, played with a minimal serving of synth by Ekin Sanaç and a bit of bass from Berna Göl. Together they form Kim Ki O, a band with a post-punk vocabulary but a more colourful presentation of the genre. 'Bir, Iki' shows off their precision and creativity in a genre in which it takes a lot of work to sound different.
- Vinyl LP (SS-068)
- £18.49 £9.25 (saving: £9.24)
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Michael Yonkers and the Blind Shake