A 7” vinyl split, the like-minded Pick a Piper, Squalloscope and Love Cult produce a claustrophobic bedroom ruckus held together by shuffling percussion and icy vocals. The tracks are all diverse, but throughout, organic and electronic textures are jumbled together for a surreal, hazy vibe. Lovely screen-printed artwork too.
Vinyl 7" £7.99
Ltd 7" on Full of Nothing. Edition of 300 copies in screen-printed sleeve.
Where’s the middle. WHERE’S THE FUCKING MIDDLE! The middle of the record is not there and the thing that makes middle of the records happen isn’t there either. I wish people would stop touching stuff. Three different bands here all collaborating together after attending some acadamy or other. Pick a Piper/Squalloscope and Love Cult combine for side 1 and make a kind of form of rhythmic subtle funk resulting in something like Tuneyards with her balls hacked off, there’s some scattershot vox before an extended intro with some nice wordless vocal overlaps. Its won me over. Flip it over and Squallascope are jettisoned for a kind of breathy ethereal piece of dub-lite that gets better as it increases in intensity.
YOUR RECENTLY VIEWED ITEMS
- Split by Pick a Piper / Squalloscope / Love Cult
What the artist or label has to say for themselves. Read more.