Hate Hate Hate Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records
Bored of life in the home counties, Buckinghamshire band Haze moved to Bristol for a taste of that big city life. On St. John they tackle our propensity to put certain historical figures (presumably including JFK and Trotsky) with their rambling and shambolic punk rock. I'm assuming they're committed anarcho-syndicalists then.
7" single from London based newcomer Meggie Brown. Having already received the backing of some of the Scottish indie scene's best and brightest, the album was produced by Franz Ferdinand's Alex Kapranos at Edwyn Collins' studio, it's about time her incendiary indie rock caught a few more people's attention.
- Vinyl 7" (HHH13)
- Limited edition
Irish indie trio whenyoung release their single Actor on red vinyl, with B-side Silverchair, after some buzz around their live appearances. Reflecting their name, the track is an exploration of the fun and fears of youth. Indie niceness. Red 7” on Hate Hate Hate (Fat White Family and The Wytches).
The press release I have been provided with seems to be an essay on Stevanage. Did you know, for example that Surma Tandoori serves onion bhaji's that are suspiciously the same size as a rat? That's what it says here. Alas it tells me absolutely nothing about this record other than the band are from Stevenage. 'A nice enough place - if you like concrete" someone once told me. A flick through the internet reveals that this is loud and raucous discordant punk rock.