The Sudden Death of Stars. Perfect summer psychedelia made in the musical medieval city of Rennes. The single opens with ‘Supernovae’ a “droning, melodic anthem’ (Uncut Magazine) & 2nd track ‘Goodbye’ somewhere where a lullaby and a sixties influenced picnic meet. Taken from the brilliant debut album ‘Getting up, Going Down’ buy it here.
“once again those good people at Ample Play Records have come up with a psychedelic treat for us all. I finally gave it a spin…oh my days…
you know what to expect…garage, nuggets, mushroom tea and a head full of dreams…heaven.” James Endeacott
Listen to ‘Goodbye’ on Soundcloud
Bed Rugs - Blinds
The lastest round of offerings from Burger Records (original label home to King Tuff) includes the infectiously catchy Bed Rugs. I was checking out Burger recently cause my gf wanted to order a copy of the reissue of King Tuff is Dead for a friend…because its one of the best fucking records of all time. I heard one track from Bed Rugs on the Burger stream, but when I couldn’t find them in the catalog, decided it must’ve been an old sold out release. But no, it turns out their Rapid cassette was just released as announced in the latest burger email. Yesss.
In November they spent 5 days in a local church to record 6 new songs withNiels Hendrix resulting int the album ‘Rapids’, mixed by Paul Butler (fromThe Bees, producer for Devendra Banhart & Michael Kiwanuka), who sums it up: ‘this band are on point, the concept of psychedelia rubbing together with glorious song craft was very appealing for us to work on.’
Yep that’s what you’re getting. I’d say for King Tuff fans for sure, but the album is streaming anyways for your preview listening pleasure.
BADAZZ BELGIAN PSYCHEDELIC POWER POP!!! that named themselves after the stolen mat in The Big Lebowski. Nuff said.
Ample Play Cornershop summer sale 17% using the code ‘summer13’ for seven days via http://store.cornershop.com/ please pass on to friends & family we would appreciate the support - home of Cornershop, The Sufis, Beat Mark, The Paperhead, Bed Rugs, Matsuki Ayumu & more.
Double A single out 8/07/2013
‘What I Want The Most’ & ‘People of Your Kind’
Label: Ample Play Records
Cat Number: AMPLA071DD
Two girls two boys from Paris, whose critically acclaimed debut album ‘Howls of Joy’ was released in February, finally make it to these shores.
5 July Doghouse, Halifax
6 July Kraakspace, Manchester
7 July Hairy Dog, Derby
8 July Old Hairdresser’s, Glasgow
9 July Marc Riley Session, BBC 6 Music
10 July Buffalo Bar, London with the Lucid Dream & the Lightshines
11 July Undertone, Cardiff http://www.undertonecardiff.com/
12 July The MacBeth, London with Oliver Wilde
13 July East End Live Festival London
14 July The Hope, BrightonNEW SINGLE ‘WHAT I WANT THE MOST’ OUT 8 JULY 2013
Euro-psychedelic-tinged power pop to the max! Bed Rugs are going against the grain just by being from Belgium. I don’t know if they’re Walloons or Flemish, I’m sure if you live in Belgium you know. Surely a common love of Cheap Trick and Fountains of Wayne can unite the country in brand new ways the politicians have not thought of yet.
The band’s new EP is out soon on Burger on cassette here in the States and Ample Play on vinyl/cd in the UK.
Cover of version of Mean Mr Mustard & Polythene Pam originally done for Mojo Magazine. Released as part of the Cornershop (featuring Soko) ‘Something Makes You Feel Like’ single.
/Producer Marco Ricci, was born in Jyväskylä (Finland) and grew up in Trentino Alto-Adige (Italy), and is the founder member of Italian Chillwave/House music act Casa del Mirto. WON is his new solo project.
Whilst most people like to sleep just after midnight, there are those that listen to minimal techno with glitch overtures that are as natural as the sun outside rising and the day breaking, albeit in a funeral to contemporary electronic music.
‘Face Simmetry’ is supported by a hard hitting video created by film-maker Stefano Bellumat aka Joe Barba, “it portrays a young addict, shows sex, heroin, death, but is an allegory for the current financial crisis and how the world of money deprives us of freedom and clarity”