TABLE SCRAPS – Discover Their Limited 3-D Garage Drone ‘MY OBSESSION’…

Noise that thrills us in a way we want to scream out loud…

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‘My Obsession’ by TABLE SCRAPS

TABLE SCRAPS is a hammering DIY garage havoc three-piece from Birmingham, England, that left a gloriously rough and filthy impression with their 2015 debut album More Time For Strangers sounding like it was recorded live in an abandoned dungeon after listening for hours to sixties bootlegs of Iggy Pop and The Stooges. Completely deranged, loud, bad-mouthed, but most of all HONEST and TOTALLY REAL. This Friday they release new furious track MY OBSESSION as a strictly limited split 7″ single (w/ Black Mekon label) that comes with 3D glasses to view the cover in fabulous 3D! All details and order facilities available on their Bandcamp page. And here’s – in stereo – what the banging obsession is all about…

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OASIS – Their First No 1 Single In UK Released 22 Years Ago Today…

When timeless in sound and vision…

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24 April 1995

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Twenty-two years ago Manchester legends OASIS released SOME MIGHT SAY. Their
first Number One single hit the top spot of the UK charts two weeks after its release.
There were three more excellent tracks on the cd single. Intimate ballad Talk Tonight,
storming anthem ‘Acquiesce’ and punk outburst ‘Headshrinker’. Here’s the cool black
and white clip for‘ Some Might Say’…

Some might say that sunshine follows thunder
Go and tell it to the man who cannot shine
Some might say that we should never ponder
On our thoughts today cos they hold sway over time

Some might say we will find a brighter day
Some might say we will find a brighter day

Cos I’ve been standing at the station
In need of education in the rain
You made no preparation for my reputation once again
The sink is full of fishes
She’s got dirty dishes on the brain
It was overflowing gently but it’s all elementary my friend

Some might say they don’t believe in heaven
Go and tell it to the man who lives in hell
Some might say you get what you’ve been given
If you don’t get yours I won’t get mine as well

Some might say we will find a brighter day
Some might say we will find a brighter day

Cos I’ve been standing at the station
In need of education in the rain
You made no preparation for my reputation once again
The sink is full of fishes
Cos she’s got dirty dishes on the brain
And my dog’s been itchin’
Itchin’ in the kitchen once again

Some might say Some might say
Some might say Some might say
You know what some might say
You know what some might say
You know what some might say

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SEVEN IN THE MIX! 7 Crackers For Week 17…

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A brand new SEVEN IN THE MIX for a brand new week!
Seven fervent tracks I played on repeat these past days
Seven spicy strokes to feed body and soul all week long
Turn up the volume! Music is the dope! Here’s the stuff!

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1/ ‘Glasshouse’ by SLEEPTALKING (Bristol, UK)
This is the burning and menacing quietLOUDquietLOUD opening blast from the 4-track debut EP of this must follow 5-piece. Mind-blowing firework. Stream the full EP here.

SLEEPTALKING: Facebook – Twitter

2/ ‘The Basement’ by MOWBECK (Nottingham, UK)
Fully charged pop ecstasy with a captivating chorus that will vitalize your senses. Top cut!

MOWBECK: Facebook – Twitter

3/ ‘High Authority’ by REBEL YELL (Australia)
Rebel Yell aka Grace Stevenson with a trashy techno slam, obviously inspired by British 90s electro dance experts Underworld and Leftfield. Fuel to start a party! Right now, right here!

REBEL YELL: Facebook – Rice Is Nice (label)

4/ ‘Mr. Fixer’ by BEACH RIOT (Brighton/London, UK)
Only the second single from these noisy rioters. A heated grunge mix of distorted guitars, agitated vocals, flaming intensity and a steamy Nirvana chorus. Time to test your speakers.

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5/ ‘Beautiful Mess’ by FASHION WEEK (Columbus, Ohio)
After three EPs over the last four years this brisk alt trio is back with a sparkling fast/slow roller coaster pushed by a vital rhythm section, cracking guitars & compelling vocals. Top!

FASHION WEEK: Facebook – Twitter

6/ ‘What Happened’ by LOS TONES (Sydney, Australia)
Sixties spiced psychedelic garage rock dynamite with an energetic, scream along chorus. Vigorous title track from the band’s 2nd album. Discover the LP in full here on Bandcamp

LOS TONES: Facebook – Groovie Records

7/ ‘Caroline’ by Dear CAROLINE (Manchester, UK)
The infectious electricity of early Arctic Monkeys, the confident swagger of British guitar pop and a hooky chorus. The final result of this all is a damn cool and vibrant song! On repeat!

Dear CAROLINE: Facebook – Twitter

See/hear you next week, music junkies…