Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Mo' junk

Hiya! I'm a bit behind on this, though better late than forgotten - a new 7-inch came out on the Scion A/V Garage series earlier this month, and this time it features Kid Congo Powers (most famous, really, for being a founding member of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, and leaving the Gun Club and the Cramps at the wrong time in their respective careers), as well as Hunx and His Punx, who recently supported a touring Frankie Rose and the Outs (and will probably suit John Waters fans relatively well).

Download of both tracks available here (yes, fo' free!)

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Number two. The lovely Fat Possum Records is going to begin reissuing a whole mess of T. Rex albums, beginning with The Slider on October 26. You can pre-order this one here. That Bolan fellow was a hottie.

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For those sad bastard Americana lovers, Nick Loss-Eaton (a very nice fellow and publicist in Brooklyn who, in the past year, promoted a great record by Nick Curran) has released an EP as Leland Sundries, and you can hear his deep, deep voice and hear some deep, deep thoughts at his website, where there's a stream of his music and a nice little link with which you can purchase it. He'll be touring the South and the Northeast this fall - have a look at the schedule.

Leland Sundries - Elegy

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