Reading-based drum machine warriors Cody Noon (Codeine/Papa M inspired instrumental types) and Typical Hunks (gnarly noise rock in the mould of Big Black / The Fall) are heading out on a monster 2 DATE TOUR later this month as follows:

Fri 28th July - Dubrek Studios, Derby
Sat 29th July - Sticky Mike's Frog Bar, Brighton supporting Jungfrau and Anthroprophh

Be cool to see some folks there. You can have a listen to both bands here:

https://codynoon.bandcamp.com/album/bobowler

https://doubledotdash.bandcamp.com/albu … so-are-you

ta

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I buy too many records. All these are bangers though, no particular order:

No Action - s/t
Cloud Nothings - Life Without Sound
Monster Movie - Keep The Voices Distant
Typical Hunks - We are Typical Hunks and so are you
Cranial - Dark Towers / Bright Lights
In The Company of Serpents - Ain Soph-Aur
Cloud Rat / Moloch split (Cloud Rat / Disrotted split is tasty too)
The Ditch and The Delta - Hives In Decline
The Cosmic Dead - Psych Is Dead
USA/MEXICO - Laredo
Diplomat / Nebraska split
Pallbearer - Heartless
Kreol Lovecall - Jangle and Chime
Divide and Dissolve - BASIC
MXLX - Kicking Away at the Decrepit Walls til the Beautiful Sunshine Blisters Thru the Cracks

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Afternoon

We've put a new live recording up on our bandcamp, have a listen/free download if you're into Papa M / Yo La Tengo / Codeine/Slint type stuff and sloppiness :.)

https://codynoon.bandcamp.com/album/liv … castle-tap

Recorded some new tunes at the weekend too, enough for an album and maybe a split or something if anyone is up for getting involved with that kind of behaviour?!?

Cheers

Charlie

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Good evening

Our entire new EP is up now on bandcamp to stream/download/buy/etc., go wild!

https://codynoon.bandcamp.com

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I know the feeling, i definitely need to get involved again

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Ha absolutely! It was my first proper taste of that kind of board game, a life changing experience

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Hey guys

Put up a new Cody Noon song on bandcamp from our forthcoming EP. Have a listen if you like downbeat instrumental, vaguely slowcore stuff and co-operative board games :.)

https://codynoon.bandcamp.com/

Cheers

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I really like that new Braid album, think I'm very much in the minority though.

Codeine were incredible when they played that ATP thing at Alexandra Palace a couple of years ago.

sleepwalker wrote:
bkbutler wrote:

Signed. This is an awesome space that needs to stay. Remember traveling there in the past to see great shows by Monotonix and Papa M

thanks!

i was at both of those shows. reckon that monotonix one is probably the best show i ever went to in Reading!

That doesn't surprise me, was a spectacular evening! Think them setting up and playing in the toilet for part of the gig was my highlight

Signed. This is an awesome space that needs to stay. Remember traveling there in the past to see great shows by Monotonix and Papa M

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Hehe, we're always happy to have more reviews! Should've put a link in to that, i'm a bit rubbish at this actually posting stuff instead of just reading lark. Glad you liked it though, cheers

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Hello

I play in an instrumental duo called Cody Noon who I thought people here might like. Sparse guitar, bass and loops trying for a Papa M\Codeine feel and probably failing. We've got an EP up here and we are well up for playing shows if anyone will have us.


https://codynoon.bandcamp.com

Cheers