Monday, November 3, 2014

New stufffff

This is brand new, a good and true cover, and the Coathangers have come a decent way since "Nestle in My Boobies." It's also going to be the A-side of a 7-inch split with These Arms Are Snakes!

New Cherry Glazerrrrrrr...available here (this is where we keep talking 7-inch releases).

Suicide Squeeze is on a roll this year -- Atlanta-based Dasher also has a 7-inch available through the label, and though singer/drummer/brainchild Kylee Kimbrough allegedly first found inspiration in Patti Smith (the whole package, not necessarily the music), this is a really solid hybrid of post-punk and hardcore, and what makes Dasher really spectacular is that Kimbrough is a woman who'd easily pass for a male vocalist. It's refreshing to hear a female vocalist who not only doesn't sing "cute," "pretty," or "quirky," but who can beat men at their own game. This is a hell of a find.

Also, watch Kimbrough wear her influences on her sleeve:

Finally! Here's a trailer for what will be the very last Dirty Beaches record, an instrumental called Stateless that gets released tomorrow.

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