“Nah Nah Nah Yeh Yeh Yeh” is a good strong title for a new album. Liminous Bodies is a strong name with members of Terminal Cheesecake, Part Chimp, We Wild Blood, MGF, Melting Hand and Gum Takes Tooth. That are a crapload of amazing good bands right in youf face. And this new album they are making is going to be released on Box Records. Again good news.
The new track is out and is called “Choices” and is strong, filthy noiserock. Tune in and enjoy. The album will be released February 7, 2020.
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)
This band (with members of Palberta, Simon Hanes of Tredici Bacci and ex- of Guerilla Toss, and Paco Cathcart aka The Cradle) is called Shimmer and they released their new album called “And I Revel”. This album instantly gets on my end of the year list. This music is so original, refreshing an nuts it made me instantly a fan. Their previous album was pretty cool but this is it for me. absolutely great. Throw a bit of punk, postpunk, noiserock no-wave an no-whatever else kinda genres, put em together and experiment with it and then you get Shimmer. This sonic gold is released November 8 on Decoherence Records.
Hailing from the south-coast city of Southampton come Mystic Peach. Not to be confused with an actual anthropomorphic fruit practicing mysticism, Mystic Peach are instead a trio that delve heavily into the realms of psychedelia, 90’s grunge, garage-rock and shoegaze.
The Eye And The Twitch’ Mystic Peach’s follow up to the their debit single ‘Across The pond is a hybrid of the bands influences whilst unleashing Curt Gale’s angst intensity.
Capturing Mystic Peach’s visceral live show ‘Eye & The Twitch’ out now on Honeymooner Records is over 3 and a half minutes of smouldering psych meets grunge-rock showing why the band are one of the most exciting acts to come from the south-coast.
Mystic Peach play a run of dates soon including supporting garage-rock legends Black Lips as well as SWN Festival. You can see the full run of dates below: 8th November – The Joiners, Southampton (w/ YAK) 10th November – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds (w/ The Black Lips & Los Bitchos) 21st November – The Anvil, Bournemouth (w/ Crows) 14th December – The Loft, Southampton (Honeymooner’s All Day Affair) 20th December – Acapulco Bar & Eatery – Portsmouth
Qujaku has been one of the bands that completely blew me away since the first time I have heard them. Their original take on psych, doom and noise is so refreshing I was sure they would be unable to produce these impressive sounds live. then I saw them live and I did not now what to do with myself. they were absolutely amazing. So I instantly bought their latest record and begged like a teenager to autograph their LP wich I am very proud off.
So now the band made a collaboration with UK visual artists IMPATV (s a collaborative video and stage production project). Since I love Qujaku I will post a live video from their show on Supernormalfest (don’t do really live vids, but it is Qujaku!).
Nov 6th – Birmingham / Hare & Hounds Kings Heath
Nov 7th – Milton Keynes / MK Gallery
Nov 8th – London / Corsica Studios
Nov 9th – Cambridge / Cambridge Junction
Nov 10th – Bexhill / The De La Warr Pavilion
Nov 11th – Bristol / The Cube Microplex
Nov 12th – Plymouth/ KARST
Noy 13th – Manchester/ Fairfield Social Club
Nov 14th – Bradford/ Fuse Art Space
This band (with members of Palberta, Simon Hanes of Tredici Bacci and ex- of Guerilla Toss, and Paco Cathcart aka The Cradle) is absolutely awesome, their music is pure frenzy punk, choatic and wild. They released their second track called “All The White” from their upcoming album “And I Revel” wich will be released on Decoherence Records. Out November 8.
Shimmer is easily one of the cooler bands of the year. Listen now while you pre-order.
Last year in March the Swedish doom/stoner band Besvärjelsen released their album ‘Vallmo’ wich was in instant succes for me. The band uses a lot of different styles throughout their music wich makes it a varied and interesting listen. On their new album, wich was released August 9, their is again a cocktail of progressive doom and stoner and psych influences. ‘Frost’ is five tracks long and of excellent quality.