T-Shirt by 이수경 Lee Sukyung / LEESSKK
Black serigraphy on white cotton
Available in S, M or L
Serigraphed by Severine Superheights
100% White Cotton
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10 tracks of uncompromisingly nihilistic outsider RnR. Inspired by the indifference of the city the band calls home and the sad events that can happen to the characters within it, Battle Of Brisbane is a bitter ode to existential dread battered through a minimalist punk facade. Recorded by Luke Walsh (Blank Realm) and mastered by Marly Luske, Battle of Brisbane is a uniquely fucked oddity in the modern rock landscape. “Battle Of Brisbane proves there is no-one as fervently potent in producing personal disenfranchisement and disgust.” (The Quietus)
First Lp by Maraudeur, between Malaria and ESG and themselves
MP3 DL included
Graham Lambkin (The Shadow Ring, Kye), Dan Melchior, Letha Rodman-Melchior and Glen the bird's one off collaboration 4 tracks 12″, like no other record you've heard
Robert Vagg (Meat Thump, Kitchen's Floor) delivers ten confessionals that drift around tragedies, hopelessness, failed systems, nonconformity, and physical/psychological experiences. Set to the minimalist sparse compositions of Dan McGirr and Natasha Buchanan, whose guitar and synthesizer lines entwine around the bleak lyrics and help paint Robert's world of despair and loneliness. Only more downer, time hasn't healed the wounds, they've only become deeper. The Durutti Column meets Lou Reed's Berlin on this Australian band's second LP, far from their shambolic debut single on Negative Guest List. “Tracks like the stunning “Thieves Who Dream” playing like Flying Saucer Attack shot through a kaleidoscope, pushing all the right buttons over here at SSHQ, and the overall somber Alastair Galbraith/Chan Marshall-esque intonations at stake here are bettered by these rare glimpses of sunlight.” (Still Single)