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Lark / Andrew Weatherall

Can I Colour Your Hair

    Care in the Community recordings release a 7" single of Lark’s Can I Colour In Your Hair featuring a flip side dub version by renowned DJ and producer Andrew Weatherall, adding to past re-workings of Lark songs by artists such as Scritti Politti’s Green Gartside, Erol Alkan and producer Brendan Lynch (Primal Scream).

    The label released Lark’s first two albums; the “sharp and clever” (Quietus) debut ,Shop, and the purely solo effort of song writer and front man Karl Bielik, I Don’t Got, which Uncut noted “...throws up myriad references - Daniel Johnston, Tom Waits’ junkyard jazz, early Human League - but the wonky, unsettling world it creates is completely Bielik’s own.” (4/5).

    Can I Colour In Your Hair dates from the period that formed Lark’s debut and was always intended for its own vinyl cut. While the Andrew Weatherall version that followed, a while later, featured in his BBC6 music 6 mix and gained traction in his club sets, the physical record has proved elusive until now.

    Can I colour In Your Hair is coinciding with the release Larks next album, The Last Woman,on Standard Lamp Records. 

    Charles Hayward And Thurston Moore


      Earlier this year iconic artists Charles Hayward (This Heat) and Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth) spent an afternoon improvising. Charles Hayward on drums and Thurston Moore on guitar.

      This LP is the result.

      Improvisations is a vinyl only release, limited to 500 copies worldwide.

      The seven tracks are unnamed but are identified by the side and order in which they appear ie., A1-3 and B1-4.

      This was the third time Hayward and Moore played together. The session was recorded at Lynchmob studios through the famous 1969 Neve console originally built for the BBC.

      Charles Hayward has been a prominent figure in British music over the last 40 years: Gong at 19 years of age, Quiet Sun with Phil Manzanera and Brian Eno, Camberwell Now and of course the revered This Heat now touring the world in its phoenix-like rebirth as This Is Not This Heat.

      Thurston Moore spent thirty years fronting the groundbreaking and massively influential Sonic Youth, in addition to numerous collaborative and experimental side-projects and running the SYR imprint as well as his own Ecstatic Peace label.

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