human hands / asthenia japan tour ‘documentary’
note to the internet, spend more than £30 on a digital camera.
The Bedlam’s Offspring - The Thrill Is Gone
Amazing piece of teen angst filled garage rock from 1965 which was never actually released. This is from an unissued acetate. So good.
at the end of last year i played my what was perhaps my favorite show i’ve ever had the pleasure of playing, it was at JT Soar & Mars to Stay headlined - this is a new song of theirs, and it is beautiful, have a listen. x
this 7” is off to the pressing plant very soon
THESE NEW HUMAN HANDS SONGS THOUGH
some new human hands songs here. recording an lp in a few weeks.
I’m digitally releasing my first full-length record on May 14. It is called Fit In. It will then be followed up in cassette format on Eat A Book Records, date TBA. I wrote and recorded the whole thing with the exception of some much-needed bass assistance (bassistance?) from my friend Cat Park of Band Name/Amanda X.
The album cover is an adolescent girl in 1909 Russia posing with a plate of strawberries.
The first single is called “But You Know That” and it’s available to download at the Manors Bandcamp, as well as the first three-track demo, aptly titled Demo. Now hype the shit out of this thing until May 14 so I may one day retire to a strawberry farm in Russia.
Mystery solved! Apparently Beach Combers, aka Dayna Evans, has a new name and a new record coming out next week. Best belated birthday news ever.
Coming out soon
The official theatrical one-sheet for Drafthouse Films’ upcoming electrifying rockumentary A Band Called Death. Watch the trailer here – hits iTunes/OnDemand on May 24 & US theaters June 28.
And download a free, never-before-released Death demo track from 1974 here.
obey the sign.
algernon cadwallader, 1994!, crash of rhinos, well wisher - birmingham.
wish i could have been at this show. such a great line up. eventually i’ll see well wisher
this popped back up on my dashboard and is still relevant in today’s modern society, perhaps more than ever
I remember me and Sean getting the train up together for this and the gig having like well over 100 kids there (big for brum punk shows). Fun trip!
The message is 100% relevant.
Yehh good times, one of the busiest gigs I did. Never saw half those kids again.
THIS IS TONIGHT!!!!
Tonight, first UK gig in ages and June Paik are ridiculous