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Thee Escapees

Breaking Out

    Thee Escapees are a trio of runaways, re-grouping to make and perform musical happenings, some of which are now laid into two continuous grooves. Inspired by the sounds of 1960's Garage-Beat -Trash, with a mixture of Rhythm & Blues, and a Rock n Roll beat, that's gonna knock your towelling socks off!! Based in London, England, they've played in some cracking bands over the years, Their influences are The Vibes, The Yardbirds, Nine Below Zero, The Milkshakes, The Sonics and Bo Diddley. Get the picture? Breaking Out is a thirteen-strong track album, which also includes Thee Escapees take on Del Shannon's 'Runaway'.

    Graham Day

    The Memphis Train

      Graham Day has been writing, recording, releasing and performing music since 1980, starting out with legendary 60s Garage/PowerPop band The Prisoners (alongside Allan Crockford, James Taylor and Johnny Symons).

      Graham rarely records 'covers', preferring to write his own songs in the bands he's been in, however, with no outlet for live gigs or new band recordings in the COVID-19 climate he was forced to capitulate, and reluctantly admits "it was fun".

      'The Memphis Train', originally recorded by Rufus Thomas, whilst 'Girl (You Captivate Me)', originally recorded by ? and the Mysterians tracks were cut into a limited edition lathe cut 7", and released on Spinout Nuggets in 2021. They have now been tweaked and mastered for vinyl.

      Wipeout

      Miss Understood

        Wipeout was formed in 1976. Their legendary live performance at Chatham's Pentagon Shopping Centre in 1978 served as inspiration for many of the Medway-based bands that followed them - the gig being so well attended that many of the traders had to shut up shop early.

        In 2021, members of Wipeout decided to get together to record a couple of new songs.The result has been recorded and laid onto two continuous grooves; with 'Miss Understood' being a bouncy stomper that will excite any dancefloor, and 'Rope Around My Neck' finishing the night off for the slow dance.

        The Pastel Waves

        Back In The Land Of The Living

          The Pastel Waves are a Medway-based indie band who fuse their collective influences of New Wave, Indie and Brit Pop.

          Their debut album 'All Things To All People' was released in March 2019 on Trouserphonic Records, with a follow-up digital single 'Ten', and the CD EP 'I Hate Myself For Wanting It' in May 2020.

          In April 2021, the band released 'The Influencers EP' on vinyl via Spinout Nuggets, with four strong tracks, each receiving enough attention to force them to continue recording. Since release from lockdown, the band have a healthy live gig portfolio, and continue to write and record, and 'Back In The Land Of The Living' is a ten solid song long player which proves that the band aren't a one-trick pony.

          The Chesterfields

          Mr Wilson Goes To Norway

            Having just released a new single 'Our Songbird Has Gone' with Mr. Mellow's Music (28 years since their last record release), The Chesterfields are back with another single, this time a Double-A side featuring 'Mr Wilson Goes To Norway' (a follow up to 1987's 'Oh Mr. Wilson!'), with Simon on vocals, and 'Year On The Turn' on the flip, with Helen on vocal duties. These two tracks have been lifted from their forthcoming album 'New Modern Homes', which will follow in September, via Mr. Mellow's Music

            Thee Strawberry Mynde

            Lord I'm So Tired

              Thee Strawberry Mynde are a ModGarage/PowerPop band, who formed in the North East of England in the mid 90s when Paul Garner (vocals/guitar) & Mark 'Bazza' Barrett (bass) got together to make some noise after been introduced by a mutual friend. Both were big fans of the 60s American garage bands and wanted to put a band together to preach the gospel according to 'Pebbles'. Subconsciously the bands name was taken from a Robyn Hitchcock song.

              William Loveday Intention

              Sex And Flys

                Wild Billy Childish has been recording and performing since the 1977 punk explosion. The Pop Rivets, Thee Milkshakes, The Headcoats and The Buff Medways are just a few musical outfits that Billy has been involved with. Billy is also an internationally exhibited artist and poet. The William Loveday Intention is the latest incarnation. The groups name can be attributed to Billy's grandmother, Ivy Loveday, who registered his birth as William Ivy Loveday, with William being his great grandfather's name. The 'intention' of The William Loveday group was to revisit some early tunes which Billy had imagined could be orchestrated. This was the beginning of a 'career in a year' with over 14 LPs being recorded during the lockdown period at Jim Riley's Ranscombe Studios.


                Side A's 'Sex And Flys' is a complete make-over of the original Rhythm 'n' Punk track previously recorded by Thee Headcoats (which can be found on the 1996 long player 'In Tweed We Trust'). Side B's 'Becoming Unbecoming Me (Slight Return)' recounts the true-life story of a Jewish girls change of identity in war-time Venice to escape the death camps.

                William Loveday Intention

                The Jutland Sea

                  Wild Billy Childish has been recording and performing since the 1977 punk explosion. The Pop Rivets, Thee Milkshakes, The Headcoats and The Buff Medways are just a few musical outfits that Billy has been involved with. Billy is also an internationally exhibited artist and poet. The William Loveday Intention is the latest incarnation. The groups name can be attributed to Billy's grandmother, Ivy Loveday, who registered his birth as William Ivy Loveday, with William being his great grandfather's name. The 'intention' of The William Loveday group was to revisit some early tunes which Billy had imagined could be orchestrated. This was the beginning of a 'career in a year' with over 14 LPs being recorded during the lockdown period at Jim Riley's Ranscombe Studios.


                  'The Jutland Sea' is a tribute to all that fought in the Battle Of Jutland in 1916 - the largest naval battle of the The Great War. Billy's Grandfather was aboard HMS Thunderer. 'Scapa Flow' (not to be confused with the track of the same name by The Milkshakes) is an instrumental in honour of the home base of The Grand Fleet.

                  The Mindreaders

                  Continuation

                    The Mindreaders are Richard Ipaint on vocals and drums, Sexton Ming on vocals, sfx and guitar, and Russ Wilkins on vocals and guitar, with all three on songwriting duty. Formed in the wake of the Len Bright Combo, fans of The Pop Rivets, The Milkshakes, The Natural Born Lovers, Rocking Richard, The Delmonas, Auntie Vegetable, The Wildebeests and more will know all about them.

                    Once Wreckless Eric decided to stop the Combo, both Russ and Richard wanted to continue with the sound they were enjoying, by recruiting a rhythm guitarist, and with a hundred guitarists to choose from in Medway, they turned to Sexton Ming. Russ had previously worked with him on other projects, and always admired his offerings. Their first LP, Ban The Mindreader, was released in 1987 on Russ' Empire Records label.

                    Fast forward 30 years. Russ and Richard realised they only lived 25 miles apart in Scotland, and now, older and wiser, a connection was made with Sexton (now also much wiser) who wanted to do something dim and simple. A gig was arranged in Hastings which led on to more gigs, including 100 Club, Moth Club, Franklin Fest and more!

                    They reconvened in a garage and recorded some songs over two days onto a Tascam 8 track, 1/2" recorder, playing whatever they felt worked, recording over twenty tracks. And here we have eleven of those recordings, provided to you in the way that The Mindreaders wanted. It's what all bands should do! Expect sonic Rhythm&Beat/GarageTrash/ Medway.........

                    Jetstream Pony

                    If Not Now, When? / Yellow Pills

                      Jetstream Pony come from a love of schrammelig indie-pop and post-punk, and are based in Brighton and Croydon, UK. The band features Beth Arzy (The Luxembourg Signal, Trembling Blue Stars, Aberdeen, The Fireworks, Lightning in a Twilight Hour) on vocals, Shaun Charman (The Wedding Present, The Popguns, The Fireworks) on guitar and Kerry Boettcher (Turbocat) on bass, with Hannes Mueller (The BV's, Endlich Bluete) on drums for live shows. Continuing the sound and essence of Jetstream Pony, there's a sprinkling of Garage-Power-Pop on this single, firing off with "If Not Now, When?', with the band's take on 'Yellow Pills', a live favourite, on the flip.


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