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Andre M

Kenzys Choice

    Crocodile Records start 2018 with a couple of rip roaring dance floor fillers from Andre M. A man whose brand of funky Hammond grooves have been described as "Booker T meets Lalo Schifrin". A total departure from previous Crocodile Records releases this 45 is aimed at the thriving Mod/60s aficionados across Europe and the rest of the world.

    Recommended if you like Booker T and the MGs, Earl Van Dyke, James Taylor Quartet and New Mastersounds.

    Limited to 300 copies.

    The Ace

    I Dream Love / Man Out Of Time

      "The Ace came together, as far back as 2008, out of the ashes of a band called The Freebooting Profiteers. They are, Jonny Wilson, guitar, Daz Parkinson, drums and Nige Spencer, bass. Their '66 style, Freakbeat/ Beat Garage tunes were recorded in Ghost Town Studios, in Leeds with Ross Haldon. Various cds were released and the band have had great support from Bill Kelly on WMFU, New Jersey. Mike Murray on WRUR, Rochester, NY. Glory Boy Radio, 6 Towns Radio, UK and Ice Cream Power Pop and more, in Europe. This is the bands first foray into vinyl territory and is a sizzling slab of Garage goodness. We hope you'll like it."

      Hatcham Social are set to return with a new album of their very own art-pop, post-punk, and rock ‘n’ roll sound on Crocodile Records on the 2nd of October 2015. ‘The Birthday of the World’ is the follow up to last years ‘Cutting Up The Present Leaks Out The Future’, described by Q Magazine as “a thrilling long dark night of the soul”, and features ten new tracks including the recent download release ‘Bucket Of Blood’.

      Since the release of their debut long player ‘You Dig The Tunnel, I’ll Hide The Soil’ in 2009, Hatcham Social have never been a band to fall neatly into a scene or formula. From lo-fi bedroom pop cassettes, to post-punk shards and poetry, short films, girl-boy rock 'n' roll, and drug fuelled dark folk tinged psychedelia they have constantly reinvented and evolved with each release.

      The atmospherics, lyrical heart, and energy are carried through to this new album: a science fiction themed art-pop odyssey titled ‘The Birthday of the World’. Inspired by the stories of Isaac Asimov, Ursula K Le Guin, and Arthur C Clarke, the new album is an exploration of Earth’s last days and the colonisation of Mars and is without doubt their finest collection of songs to date. 


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