Re: gothy modern anarcho

stateJon wrote:

My band ARTEFACT just recorded a demo, which kind of falls into this camp: www.artefact420.bandcamp.com

Really great

Re: gothy modern anarcho

spud wrote:

look forward to Anasazi - Nasty Witch Rock LP on LVEUM

just came on here to ask if anywhere in the uk was getting this lp, excellent. looking forward to hearing it a lot

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jackanory wrote:
spud wrote:

look forward to Anasazi - Nasty Witch Rock LP on LVEUM

just came on here to ask if anywhere in the uk was getting this lp, excellent. looking forward to hearing it a lot

the euro press is out next month...

Major Wants : To The Point "mentally checked out' 7"
the Death Dust Extractor 12" & Crisis 7"s at punk prices...
and I do a weird record label http://tadpolerecords.blogspot.co.uk/

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Joe C wrote:

yeah Crosta is probably a lot cleverer than a lot of this stuff as it's so stark and tense and never quite explodes. Minimal stuff works really when the dynamic is really tightly controlled, teasing and never quite boiling over.

check out Vertigo if you like Crosta, seeing both live they had the same minimal drumming I really like, not Goth at all though...

la vida es un mus has the 7" in distro... so good

Major Wants : To The Point "mentally checked out' 7"
the Death Dust Extractor 12" & Crisis 7"s at punk prices...
and I do a weird record label http://tadpolerecords.blogspot.co.uk/

Re: gothy modern anarcho

Major Wants : To The Point "mentally checked out' 7"
the Death Dust Extractor 12" & Crisis 7"s at punk prices...
and I do a weird record label http://tadpolerecords.blogspot.co.uk/

Re: gothy modern anarcho

yeah looking forward to getting my ears fully round that, sounds good so far. less retro