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Oar / Teething - Piccadilly Exclusive Signed And Numbered Print Edition

    London five-piece Ain’t announce their debut 7” ‘Oar / Teething’ - due 02 August 2024 on Fear of Missing Out Records. Bringing together the stranger side of ‘90s guitar, post-punk and shoegaze from both sides of the Atlantic, Ain’t expertly toe the line between nostalgia and ingenuity. Debut single “Oar” meditates on the swarming frustrations that stem from losing faith in those in charge. Hanna Darch’s vocals elastic-snap between a darkened, sardonic reverie and a spitting swell, capturing both the self-protection of apathy and an ever-bubbling, eruptive anger. The band’s line-up produces a sonic scowl, piecing together an incandescent hum that borders industrial noise and a lush, slow-pop dreamscape.

    TRACK LISTING

    A. Oar
    B. Teething

    Ain't

    Oar / Teething

      Bringing together the stranger side of ‘90s guitar, post-punk and shoegaze from both sides of the Atlantic, Ain’t expertly toe the line between nostalgia and ingenuity. Debut single 'Oar' meditates on the swarming frustrations that stem from losing faith in those in charge. Hanna Darch’s vocals elastic-snap between a darkened, sardonic reverie and a spitting swell, capturing both the self-protection of apathy and an ever-bubbling, eruptive anger. The band’s line-up produces a sonic scowl, piecing together an incandescent hum that borders industrial noise and a lush, slow-pop dreamscape.

      TRACK LISTING

      1. Oar
      2. Teething

      TTSSFU

      Me, Jed And Andy

        Manchester-based DIY/bedroom shoegazer Tasmin Stephens AKA TTSSFU releases her new EP “Me, Jed and Andy” on 23 Feb 2024 via Fear of Missing Out Records. Inspired by the complicated romance between Jed Johnson and Andy Warhol, the EP also tackles Tasmin contextualising the anger, failure and disappointment of their own relationships through dreamy, whirling soundscapes.

        TRACK LISTING

        1. I Hope You Die
        2. Jed
        3. Baggage
        4. Character
        5. Wait It Out
        6. Asexual
        7. Studio 54

        Duvet

        Girlcow / Sweaty Dog

          Fast rising Manchester band Duvet release their debut 7” single ‘Girlcow / Sweaty Dog’ via Fear of Missing Out Records on 06 October 2023. Coming together in early 2022, the band's jagged post-punk tales conjure sleazy cowboys and grotty indie discos in northern England. Lead-single ‘Girlcow’ is written from the perspective of “a pervy cowboy” and is full of noisy grunge and the band's uninhibited sense of humour. Duvet have already supported the likes of Warmduscher, English Teacher, Opus Kink and played Manchester Psych Festival.

          Basement Revolver

          Heavy Eyes

            Heavy Eyes is the debut album from Canadian indie-rock trio Basement Revolver. There’s an air of weariness pervading the album, with the sleepy title Heavy Eyes summing up a general exhaustion right down to the bone, as well as hinting at a heavier direction as they deftly merge 90s infused indie rock with fuzzy dreamy pop and poignant, yearning lyrics. Unable to disguise the emotion in her voice, songwriter Chrisy Hurn shares intimate stories and personal wounds from her past, revealing a deeply affecting and rewarding set of songs.

            Bringing together the talents of Chrisy Hurn (vocals, guitar), Nimal Agalawatte (bass, synth) and Brandon Munro (drums), the band hail from Hamilton, Ontario and were named Basement Revolver due to Chrisy’s basement apartment, rather than any trigger happy leanings. Their ascent to the spotlight has been a steady trajectory, capitalising on the success of their debut single “Johnny” in 2016. The track garnered endorsements from DIY Magazine and Exclaim! as well as respected tastemakers Gold Flake Paint, who hailed it a “‘favourite song of the year” contender. They had stumbled across a sound that is capable of stripping listeners of inhibition, yet heavy hitting enough to leave a lasting impression.

            On the back of “Johnny”, they were signed by Memphis Industries’ UK sub-label fear of missing out records, who released their debut self-titled EP in 2016 with “Johnny” and their second single “Words” reaching the higher echelon of the Hype Machine chart and the EP flagged up in several end of year lists. They followed this up with the Agatha EP in 2017 where the single “Bread & Wine” reached the B-list on Radio BBC 6 Music and also garnered support from John Kennedy at Radio X. The band have racked up over one million plays on Spotify across the two EPs.

            In a relatively short time, Basement Revolver have successfully encapsulated the yearning and hopefulness of their generation, whilst harnessing a unique, yet familiar soundscape.

            TRACK LISTING

            1. Baby
            2. Johnny
            3. Dancing
            4. Friends
            5. Knocking
            6. Johnny Pt. 2
            7. Words
            8. Wait
            9. Tree Trunks
            10. You’re Okay
            11. Heavy Eyes
            12. Diamonds


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