Shove - Death Admin Machine

Shove 2 re­leas­es Oc­to­ber 7th.

Grandmas House - Body

Cowman - Hydrant

Slaugh­ter re­leas­es Sep­tem­ber 30th via Ten­zen­men.

Billiam - Jenny Destroys Records

Vam­pire Club split 7" by Bil­liam /​/​ The Vovos re­leas­es Sep­tem­ber 16th.

Shaved Ape - Moral Crumbs

De­mo re­leas­es Sep­tem­ber 9th via Sor­ry State Records.

Why Bother? - Cut To Pieces

Lac­er­at­ed Nights re­leas­es Sep­tem­ber 16th via Feel It Records.

Discovery - Broken Windows

Dis­co 45 re­leas­es Sep­tem­ber 2nd via Man­ic Noise Records.

Verspannungskassette #41 (C-74)

R.M.F.C. Ac­cess
Dogsnot­Gods Dead Zone
Night­man Night­man
Plat­inum Crack! Go To Work
Five Bucks Back Home
Sex Mex Big Joke
Nubot555 Burn­ing the Shell
Oyo Lam­ot­rig­i­na 0
Re­pul­sion Switch Pla­ga
The Gobs Tuffer Than You
Coke Asian Hard On
Os­ees A Foul Form

Cur­leys We Say No
Fer­al Un­der Pres­sure
Re­po Man I Don't Think So
Gel Men­tal Sta­t­ic
Speck The So­cial
Tooth Paint Post Of­fice
Zhoop On The Road
The Chats Out On The Street
Gluer Pump­ing the Iron
Clamm Care
Exwhite Vic­tims

Er­ste Hil­fe Back­stein­haus
Mononeg­a­tives Sec­ond Self
Freak Genes Mat­ter Will Move
Thy­roids Ex­ces­siv­ley Im­pres­sive
Gol­lo Fun­cionario
Big Scout BLN
Life­guard I Know I Know
Strand­ed (Get in the) #van­life
Mar­gar­i­tas Po­dri­das No Quiero ser Madre

Oth­er Half Slump
Mar­i­lyn Maria Watch­ing Amer­i­ca
Iso­la­tion In­ten­tion
Fi­la­ture Dans notre ville
Qitsch Flower Boy
Cri­sis Par­ty Ex­ist
Liq­uid Nails Day­light Again
TV Cult Ou­bli­ette

Clamm - Care

Clamm's fol­low-up to their al­ready strong 2020 de­but Be­seech Me is a mas­sive leap for­ward for the mel­bourne group and a stun­ning­ly con­fi­dent achieve­ment. Their garage punk dri­ven for­ward with un­re­lent­ing force is some­what rem­i­nis­cent of last-decade acts like Ex Cult and Sauna Youth or of more re­cent stuff in the vein of Flat Worms, The Cow­boy or their lo­cal con­tem­po­raries Hideous Sun De­mon. Apart from that, their songs of­ten have a slight psy­che­del­ic nudge to them not un­like De­struc­tion Unit or Hamer while, in oth­er places, there is some dark post punk un­der­cur­rent present re­mind­ing me of Con­stant Mon­grel or ear­ly Low Life.

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Isolation - Fabric Tear

A new EP by that Fal­mouth, UK goup con­sist­ing of most of In­ter­nal Credit's mem­bers, in­clud­ing Char­lie Mur­phy here on gui­tar and vo­cals - the dude's al­so in Freak Genes and The Red Cords. Their newest EP picks up right where the last one left off, which means that once again ex­cel­lent song­writ­ing chops col­lide with melod­ic and melan­choly, clear­ly Wipers in­flu­enced post- and garage punk which fans of Ner­vosas, The Es­tranged, Day­light Rob­bery, Ra­dioac­tiv­i­ty or Anx­ious Liv­ing should by no means miss out on.

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