It is really cool to see this name pop up again after quite a while. In 2013 This Is Wreckage released their album “Q.Y.C” and it was in the early beginning of Fuzzy Sun I believe I posted this. So I am glad to share their new track “Wolfhead” wich comes from their upcoming album “I don’t live, I don’t exist” to be released on Forbidden Place Records.
The track is raw, loud and noisy and promises for more good stuff. Tune in and turn u)p loud.
I am a bit late to the party but the new EP by Drainage is excellent. “The Younger // Older You” was released October 11.
The Long Beach trio makes riff fueled noiserock that is extremely sludgy and heavy. The EP is five tracks long and there is this excellent cover on it too.
The hardcore and sludge is really strong on this EP. the riffs are soo heavy and the vocals so tormented the complete EP feels like moving through thick jelly. Excellent stuff. Tune in now for “The Younger // Older You”.
Okay, Shit & Shine rules. The music that comes out of it is beyond me, from noiserock to techno to whatever falls between and out of it. On November 22 the release of “Doing Drugs, Selling Drugs” is planned on Riot Season Records wich sounds like a truck drove over a vinyl factory, high energy noiserock that is attacked by a computer.
But I want to share with you their track from the upcoming album “NO NO NO” that will be released on OOH SOUNDS. I recently blabbered about getting more into techno, industrial and experimental electronics so I guess this is a great track to share on Fuzzy Sun. Listen to the track ‘NO NO NO’ from the album with the same title wich is released November 8. Buy the LP here.
The London trio Psychic London has made with “Freak Mammal” their strongest album to date. “Freak Mammel” is a very succeeded mix of space rock, psych and kraut. It is not the most easy album to listen to but after a couple of times it starts entering you brain and it start to feel comfy there and it will never leave.
If I ever won a spaceship and go cruising through the cosmos then this will be my favorite album.
The 7″ by Kansas City rockers Bummer is now out and is pretty frikkin nice. Heavy and noise riffs all through this 7″ and a Marilyn Manson cover wich send me a bit down memory lane. Highly recommended brutal music for brutal people. It is like a someone hits you every two seconds with a hammer in the face but the hammer is actually made from beer and your face is your mouth and he doesn’t hit you but just pours it in. its nice.
Hailing from South London come garage-country punk outfit Honkies who have been tearing up their native land for sometime sharing stages with the likes of black midi and Black Country New Road.
The quintet are out to make a name for themselves and have just dropped their newest offering ‘Slugs’. Coming in at just over 3 minutes, ‘Slugs’ is akin to the depraved, twisted sounds of the likes of Fat White Family and Black Lips. Disheveled, ramshackle-esque, beautifully abhorrent garage-rock, Honkies sound like a band on the verge of collapse.
On the single itself which will be available via 7″ vinyl 16 November, guitarist/lead vocalist Jim Sutcliffe explains “The lyrics are an ode to attending bad social functions for the sake of spending time with good people– mostly on cocaine.”
Honkies will be taking their sludged out country-soaked garage-rock to a number of venues across London very soon.
November 16th – Sister Midnight Records (Release Show) November 21st – Peckham Audio (supporting Sleep Eaters) November 29th – Shacklewell Arms (supporting Ugly) December 7th – Engine Rooms (DIY Thursdays)