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Madonnatron
Madonnatron

After a couple of tracks released through compilations on Fluffer and Trashmouth, psyche indie rock band Madonnatron drop their debut full length on Trashmouth, joining The Fat White Family and Meatraffle. For fans of King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard and The Moonlandin...view item »

Madonnatron
Mermaids

My first hope was that Madonnatron was literally a robot version of Madonna, but alas, this is not the case. Madonnatron are an all female indie/post-punk/psych-rock band from London who share a label with Moonlandingz and Meatraffle. You should check out their new single, Merma...view item »

Meatraffle
HiFi Classics

Meatraffle are a band who combine weirdo semi-experimental post-punk with keenly Marxist subject matter: check out the aggressively iron-wielding Lenin on the sleeve. HiFi Classics is their first full-length album: I do always admire a band who call their debut a classic. LP ...view item »

Madonnatron / NoFriendz
Headless Children / Bloody Love

Split 7" on Trash Mouth which features Madonnatron and No Friends. Madonnatron are label mates with the likes of Fat White Family and Meatraffle and so are doing that London scene thing. No Friends we can't find much about other than they have no friends. Maybe getting on t...view item »

Peter Harris
Adverts!

Eccentric artist and musician Peter Harris, from London band Piper’s Son, doesn’t know how to describe the music on his new solo album, Adverts, so I’ll have a go. It’s a teeny bit Elliott Smith and a teeny bit Roy Harper, with some cosmic oddball element...view item »

Chupa Cabra / No Friendz
Split

Two bands from different parts of the UK, meeting together in the bustling vivid South London scene: these bands involve members of such other groups as Moonlandingz and Fat White Family. Five tracks for...view item »

Bat-Bike
Getting Back

Bat-Bike don’t seem to take themselves too seriously, which is a good thing for a guitar band (although that may not be an accurate description, as all 3 members reportedly strum, drum and sing). Getting Back is full of lo-fi, roughly blues-punk songs about subjects like a ‘Leicester Holiday’. LP on Tr...view item »
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Taman Shud
Oracle War

Taman Shud, who are of course named for a mysterious deadly incident, boast that this new record is the product of elaborate rituals. They reckon that Oracle War managed to commune with aquatic beings: I guess you’ll have to be the judge of that. In the meantime, these tracks make for strong unhinged rock listenin...view item »
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Warmduscher
Khaki Tears

Absolutely disgusting stuff from Warmduscher. A collaboration between members of Paranoid London and Fat White Family, Khaki Tears is everything you didn’t want your mother to hear. It’s rock n’ roll through a sticky, paranoid, leather-clad filter of filth and debauchery - all cocooned in 90 second gem...view item »
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Pit Ponies
Magnificent Second Occupation

Pit Ponies, as the name signifies, identify strongly with an English working class tradition, and they carry this through with their direct, soul tinged music. Magnificent Second Occupation certainly kicks back against working class marginalisation, but it has a definite joy to it too. Released by Trashmouth Records....view item »
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Fat White Family / Taman Shud
Split EP

People keep telling me I would love the most recent Fat White Family LP 'Champagne Holocaust' but I still haven't got round to investigating it. I'm sorry, I expect I would love it but it's hard to find time for things I want to listen to after I've got through all the stuff I'm obliged to describe. Anyway, fate has thrown a split 10" between th...view item »
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