Cat #: 090TZM
Bikini Eyebolt (Jace from DEAD, guitar and vocals) existed in Melbourne from 2007 – 2008. They sound a bit like Wire with East Bay Ray accidently walking into the wrong rehearsal room with a touch of 90’s Am-Rep scuzz. Like a bloody good pop record, with lots of good hooks and nifty ideas but nothing like the condescending fake Gang of Four rubbish you’ve been exposed to of late by the likes of Bloc Party. Or do you actually like the Arctic Monkeys? The band broke up too soon but recorded one album, it deserves a listen.
Cat #: 084TZM
40 minutes of the sounds of a world in fear and pain. Can you bear it?
First in a trio of international split tape releases featuring Torturing Nurse, Umpio, Un and Automating.
Cat #: 027TZM
Our co-operative worldwide DIY network made this 7″ happen with the following record labels input:
Liku-Likuan Hibaran (Malaysia)
I can’t remember why, but this release took a couple of years to complete.
Cat #: 069TZM
This is the first full 7″ from the Chinese fastcore band Fanzui Xiangfa. It’s six tracks of energetic and political hardcore.
Kuang Ma – Drums
Ni Fan – Guitar
Mao Bing – Bass / Vocals
Chong Zhuang – Guitar
Liu Liu – Lead Vocals
Recorded, Mixed and Mastered by Huo Likao at Jishengchong Studio in the Summer / Fall 2010
Kawaii Records (FR) / Crapoutlet (FR) / NARM Discos (JP) / World Won’t Listen (US) / Tenzenmen (AU) / Up The Punx (PL) / DIY Records (JP) / Depraved & Devilish (GR)
Cat #: 091TZM
“god bows to math” meshes the group’s latest works such as the moody “Slow Decline” and “Paper Trails” (featuring vocals and guitar from Postures front-man Michael Havell) with their older work from previous releases.
An amalgamation of the tried and tested with the new and exciting, which has allowed the band to proverbially stretch their legs – allowing for tracks you may not have expected to emerge from the group.
Licensed from Muzai Records, NZ and released 7th November 2011 over there.
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Recorded by Warner Emery
Mastered by Jason Ward