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Negative Gears
Negative Gears

The self-titled debut 12” EP from Sydney’s Negative Gears, consisting of seven tracks of fraught and taut post-punk, constantly on the verge of tipping over from hopelessness into outright anger. This issue from Static Shock Records follows a limited Australia-only vinyl pressing from Disinfect earlier this year. 
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Uranium Club
The Cosmo Cleaners

Uranium Club - The Minneapolis Uranium Club, to call them by their full name - drop their third LP via Static Shock (Sheer Mag, Beta Blockers). With a name like that you’d be disappointed if this lot didn’t come through with a set of Devo-ish art-punk. Fortunately The Cosmo Cleaners sees Uranium Club deliver on their promise.
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  • Static Shock Records

Various
Raise Your Voice Joyce: Contemporary Shouts From Contemporary Voices

Cool compilation from Static Shock Records (Beta Blockers, Sievehead) here. Raise Your Voice Joyce: Contemporary Shouts From Contemporary Voices chronicles the current rotation of strong female artists in the world of European punk rock. The eight contributions here come from members of, among others, Good Throb and Sauna Youth.
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Uranium Club
Human Exploration LP

Static Shock bring the debut from these Minneapolis punks to vinyl LP for the first time. Uranium Club’s Human Exploration LP was previously only available as a hard to find cassette. The group’s itchy, nervous punk music blends no wave and hardcore influences into a different sound entirely. The guitars are cheap and the vocals shouted.
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  • Static Shock Records

Geld
Perfect Texture

London’s Static Shock Records serves up some full-on hardcore psych-punk from Melbourne. It’s fearsome four-piece Geld, in hot pursuit of that Perfect Texture. They've a satisfying sound here, with furious yapping-dog vocals, cathartically filthy distortion on everything, wet pedal effects and occasionally quite cheesy lead guitar.
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  • Static Shock Records

Sheer Mag
Need To Feel Your Love

Sheer Mag’s debut full-length album has arrived. Need To Feel Your Love is dressed in the guitars, production and sleeve design of a bunch of vintage 70’s rockers (just look at that band logo!), but with a thoroughly modern anti-bullshit approach and a garage-punkish twist to the vocals. Out on Static Shock Records.

Sheer Mag
Compilation

The songs from Sheer Mag’s first three 7” singles are what you will find on the simply titled Compilation, all recorded DIY-style in whatever little corners were available at the time. You can really hear the band grow into their sound as the 7”s were originally released between 2014 and 2016. Vinyl LP release on Static Shock Records.

Beta Blockers
Stiff Prescription

Beta Blockers are a Leeds/Sheffield punk band formed from members of The Flex, No Form, Whipping Post and Community. Stiff Prescription is their new 12” on which they blast through 7 songs in 18 minutes. To get their sound, imagine unlikely unions between Die Kreuzen and The Screamers, Einstürze Neubauten and Black Flag or even The Stooges and Oasis! Limited to 300 copies, white vinyl, on Static Shock Records.
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  • Static Shock Records

Sarcasm
Malarial Bog EP

Good old-fashioned bad-times music from brand new London band Sarcasm. The four track Malarial Bog EP features a vocal style that can barely be bothered and tight guitars that cut sharply through the mix. Post-punk tracks with names like ‘Instant Automation’ and ‘Machine War’ are just bound to be good aren’t they? 7” EP on Static Shock Records.
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Sheer Mag
III

New business from Sheer Mag, a tight little set of 4 tracks. III is lo-fi indie-rock with lead guitar flavours that come straight from the 70’s glory days. Plus some gorgeous pop melodies, unabashedly showing themselves off. A very appealing package, released by Static Shock Records on 7” vinyl.

Career Suicide
Machine Response

Career Suicide boil down the sounds and attitudes of decades-worth of fast and heavy music into a battle-ready core of thrashing guitars and breakneck speed. Machine Response is performed by a lineup that includes Dallas Good and Souichi Hisatake, and everyone seems to be playing at the fierce peak of their powers. Vinyl release on Static Shock Records.
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  • Static Shock Records

Cold Meat
Jimmy's Lipstick

New Australian punk howl from Cold Meat, making their recorded debut with this 7” on Static Shock Records. Jimmy’s Lipstick is a four-track blast of tightly-wound fury, coming at the listener with a great deal of righteous feminist vigour. One song has the lyric: “I hate myself / but I hate you more”, which is pretty damn brilliant.
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  • Static Shock Records

Warthog
Warthog

Crustified hardcore punk from New York. Made up from members of Dawn of Humans, AJAX, and Blank Dogs, Warthog cut through like a leather jacketed knife, offering the three chord mayhem of OFF!, the crusty epicness of Tragedy, and the rock and roll groove of Zeke. All things considered. Drink. Shout. Shout.
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  • Static Shock Records

Efialtis
Efialtis

Efialtis do punk like the punks used to in the 80’s: crunching riffs, pounding rhythms and an Oi! Attitude. This self-titled 7” is their first ‘proper’ release, with 3 new recordings of songs from their previous demo and a brand new one. The Greek vocals are particularly good. Edition of 500 from Static Shock.
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Perspex Flesh
Ordered Image

Lethal in their force and terrifyingly intense, Perspex Flesh are releasing their second effort to date. Maybe unleashing is a more aptly chosen word, this 12” once again packed with claustrophobic, angry noise. Ordered Image is one of the fruits of the fertile UK hardcore scene. It will taste rotten, and you’ll want more.
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  • Static Shock Records