More copies of this standalone 7" by Leeds/Wakefield trio Drahla. The band create a thrilling racket with nods towards the Breeders, Sonic Youth and Life Without Buildings. Two slabs of scuzzy, blasted avant-rock that is a near perfect mini-showcase of their talents. Limited silver/grey 7" on the resurrected A Turntable Friend.  

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Limited silver-grey vinyl 7" on A Turntable Friend Records. Edition of 500 copies.

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Fictional Decision by Drahla
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8/10 Clinton 22 March 2017

On the reactivated A Turntable Friend records outta Germany, Drahla are a Leeds/Wakefield based three piece who play a thrilling brand of noisy indie that stands aside from a lot of today's indie wannabees by having their own sound and not simply coming up with simply a facsimile of something that has already occurred. 

A side 'Fictional Decision' is a dark and gruesome slab of indie rock perhaps with nods towards 'Pod' era Breeders with spoken/sung female vocals that somewhat recall Life Without Buildings all of which bursts into a fantastic chorus of noisy out of control guitars that are genuinely thrilling. Flip over the grey vinyl and the off kilter sounds continue with a keening blast of skewed avant rock that has severe nods to Sonic Youth and Pylon.

Supremely confident and lovingly warped indie that is headed somewhere special. Just you watch. 


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