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  • 01. Something To Regret
    02. World Explodes
    03. No One Else
    04. Your Dreams
    05. Hippy Shit
    06. I Know I Knooow
    07. ...and Breathe
    08. Dipping Out
    09. You Explaining
    10. Skin Peels
    11. Whatever Works
    12. Cold
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    WOAHNOWS

    Young & Cool

    [engl] An amazing personal, power-pop record from Bristol, UK's Woahnows!
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    15.03.2019
    EAN
    EAN 0667867908452
     
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    YELLOW PRESS

    Devil in the details

    2 neue Tracks (''Devil in the details'' und ''Faith in modern chemistry''), aufgenommen von Aaron Prellwitz (Erase Errata, Bratmobile, ...).
    Format
    7''
    Release-Datum
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  • 01. The Things We Could Be
    02. Sequin Lights
    03. Hard To Forget
    04. The Roof Of Your Room
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    YOU COULD BE A COP

    s/t

    [engl] You Could be a Cop started out with two brothers rocking out in their parents basement in the suburbs of the third largest city in Norway, Trondheim. Morten had years behind him in different indie, punkrock and emobands as a drummer and producer, while brother Marius just had learned to play bass through the guitar game Rocksmith on Playstation. Morten then tried to take som online guitar lessons on YouTube, but failed miserably as he just had gotten a kid back home. In between baby crying and sleepless nights he still managed to write some songs on the guitar without even knowing one single chord. After some weekends in the basement they had four songs on tape, but no vocals. Luckily Morten had crossed paths with the UK singer songwriter Natalie Evans before. She put up a microphone in her bedroom in London and not soon after, they could call themselves a band with four songs on their hands. After some chatting around as many as ten labels all over the world agreed to join in on a release. And here it is! Four songs rooted in 90s emo - genuine, raw and heartfelt. What you hear is what you get - with limited resources from the start until the end, the band has proved that it is still possible to «do it yourself».
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    14.06.2017
     
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    YUSSUF JERUSALEM

    A heart full of sorrow

    [engl] A dillusioned album for broken hearts, A heart full of sorrow is the work of Benjamin Daures, 24 years old, heir against his will of a tradition of loner, which from Ian Curtis, through Morissey, to Kurt Cobain, played everything they had on a record. their lives were saved (for a while, at least) by Rock'n Roll. Made in his surburbian bedroom while smoking joints, A heart full of sorrow is a first album, dreaming of other places (the Death Valley or the dry plain of Texas, you chose) as a way to escape the local boredom, the gloominess of Paris' outskirts. Draft ballads, thrown on a 8 track like break up letters to these stalling teenage years. Benjamin here plays all the instruments : A skullish drum machine, a shy guitare, and uncomfident vocals... While listening attentively, you understand that the fragileness is the force here, that's his style is forged in his akwardness that never sound like a pose. We're talking about sincerity, nakedness, a striking will of not hiding behind the primitive energy of Garage-Rock, to put back songwriting into angrily-played songs. Think here of missed Jay Reatard. We also know that Benjamin Daures is the leader of The CRETEENS, punk band who's had numerous 7" out on american labels, and that after two months of tour in the USA to support A heart full of sorrow (released there on Floridas dying) the past year, Yussuf Jerusalem almost imploded. But to learn more about Benjamin Daures, no need to go further, just listen to A heart full of sorrow and instantly become a follower of Yussuf Jerusalem
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    28.03.2010
    Format
    CD
    Release-Datum
    28.03.2010