ProductDetails

  • cover

    EN KERNAGHAN BAND

    Divine Body Care

    [engl] En Kernaghan is a spiritual seeker who yearns for salvation through the world’s least hypocritical religion: rock n' roll. After his previous 12" EP on Ever/Never last year, Kernaghan received quite a bit of praise for his idiosyncratic take on classic garage-punk via covers of The Cramps and Pussy Galore, and originals which fit perfectly within such esteemed company. Kernaghan reinterprets the bump n' grind of rock n' roll through his devotional prism. On his new 7", Kernaghan ups the recording fidelity while expanding his range to incorporate psychedelic touches that have been lurking in the wings all along. "Divine Body Care" could be vintage Donovan chanting a mantra as sitar-like guitars and ringing bells conjure the atmosphere of an ashram invaded by flower-punks hellbent on transcendence. Even George Harrison would welcome such a trespass. "Things Are Constantly Changing" dives even deeper into psych rock. With it's strange stop/starts and outwardly-expanding chorus, "...Constantly Changing" is not so far from The Pretty Things and other denizens of Abbey Road Studios. It's safe to say that En Kernaghan is still walking his singular path, moving along to his own peculiar drumbeats.
    Format
    7''
    Release-Datum
    10.07.2017
     

Einsortiert unter

Mehr von »EN KERNAGHAN BAND«

  • cover

    EN KERNAGHAN BAND

    s/t

    [engl] Way down there at the bottom of the world, there is a young man named En Kernaghan who is devoting his life to a higher power. Make that two higher powers; and from our perspective, there ain’t none
 

Mehr vom Label »Ever/Never«

  • cover

    AL KARPENTER

    If We Can´t Dream, They Won´t Sleep!!

    [engl] Strange connections -- Bilbao meets Japan via Berlin on a record that will put you in a constant state of WTF. ASMR rock? Post-internet punk? A political manifesto in times of generalized madness? Af
  • cover

    MAXIMUM ERNST

    Bring Your Own Pencap

    [engl] None or all of the following is true about Maximum Ernst: Maximum Ernst is an art band. Maximum Ernst is a rock group. Maximum Ernst is a jazz combo. Maximum Ernst is fusion. Maximum Ernst is a duo.
  • cover

    OBNOX

    Wiglet

    [engl] The people say they want the truth. Let’s take them at their word: The People want the Truth. Lamont ‘Bim’ Thomas is the god(damn/’s honest) Truth. We all know the truth isn’t always pret
  • cover

    CYANIDE TOOTH

    Midnight Climax Operation

    [engl] Midnight Climax Operation represents Cyanide Tooth’s continued research into paranoid states of existence and chance methods of sound-sculpting. Side one of Midnight Climax Operation is a patchwork
  • cover

    SCUPPER

    Everything

    [engl] Like the millennial squishing of dumb rock into diamonds that eventually adorn dames' fingers, it's the geezers—intimate with dreams crushed by the hard knox of indifference—who're tru
  • cover

    RICHARD PAPIERCUTS

    Twisting The Night

    [engl] When we last checked in with urban troubadour Richard Papiercuts, he was leading his band through the ambitious pop of IF, his debut for Ever/Never. A major statement from an unknown artist, IF was ri
 
Zeige alles vom Label »Ever/Never«