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The 5.6.7.8's / The Masonics

Japan Tour E.P.

    What happens when two of the best in their game go on tour together? Record a 7" EP to accompany said tour..

    The 5.6.7.8's and The Masonics (including Miss Ludella Black) have been friends for longer then they can remember. In 2022, The Masonics joined The 5.6.7.8's on their five-night UK tour, with Ludella Black joining both groups onstage too.

    The Fallen Leaves

    Rosalina

      The group were founded in Sheen in 2004 by best friends, Rob Symmons, formerly guitarist of original UK punk band, Subway Sect, and Rob Green (who appeared with a later version of Subway Sect) and they remain the core songwriting team and driving force behind The Fallen Leaves sound and vision. The Fallen Leaves operate within a strict set of self-imposed rules, including no jeans, no t-shirts, no cover versions - punk rock for gentlemen. They believe in the DIY Punk ethos - Song, Sound and Performance are all, simple songs for complex people, though they ask you to remember that simple and easy are not the same thing, The Fallen Leaves are a Group, not a band and The Fallen Leaves play 'shows', never gigs!

      The Guy Hamper Trio & Wild Billy Childish + CTMF

      100 Yds Of Crash Barrier

        This fully-loaded twin-spin single offers two renditions of Billy's '100 Yds Of Crash Barrier', provided by two of the leading ensembles active on the current moronic music scene.

        The Veras

        Something To Say

          The Veras are four fellas making music inspired by all the great music from the 50s right up to about 5 minutes ago, and now have Something To Say. Drummer Dan Taylor, who put forward an idea of recording a song, explains; "The Action are, quite simply, ineffably ace, and how they never had huge success back in the day is beyond belief. 'Something To Say' is one of a batch of songs which were only really recorded as demos around '67 and '68, for a possible LP which was never released at the time.

          Jetstream Pony

          Sixes And Sevens

            Jetstream Pony is a mix of indie-pop, power pop and schrammelig post-punk (schrammelig is a German word meaning rough or unrefined music), but also so much more! The band are based in Croydon and Brighton. Jetstream Pony are now back with a new double A-side 7" single, taking the sound even further. 'Sixes and Sevens' makes the most of Beth's wonderful voice, with echoing guitars and thick heavy bass, a hymn to the Medway. 'Into the Sea' sees Shaun take lead vocals for the first time, with Beth and Kerry providing the harmonies to a more brooding sound.

            Wild Billy Childish & CTMF

            Traces Of You

              This top 7 inch 45 contains two versions of 'Traces Of You', written and sung by Nurse Julie Hamper. One side being called a demo, the other not. The last word goes to Mister Childish; 'this 45 will almost certainly be much like the way we do things, and hopefully be in accord with the listeners expectations, (dependent on what it is that they expect)'.

              William Loveday Intention

              Secret Intention

                The William Loveday Intention is the latest incarnation of song and dance man Wild Billy Childish, who has been recording and performing since the 1977 Punk explosion; notably with The Pop Rivets, The Milkshakes, Thee Mighty Caesars, Thee Headcoats, The Buff Medways and CTMF, and many more!

                The 'intention' of The William Loveday group was to revisit some early tunes which Billy had imagined could be orchestrated.

                The Voo-Dooms

                Attack Of The Voo-Dooms

                  The Voo-Dooms purvey a trashy, Sci-fi Voodoo Caveman Garage Punk sound, perfect to get any bone-a-shakin'-and-a-twistin', sending zombies into a frenzy throughout any mortuary in the land! Somewhat a supergroup, The Voo-Dooms feature Garage-Punk veterans Bruce Brand (The Pop Rivets, The Milkshakes, Thee Headcoats, The Masonics, etc), Dan Whaley (The Dustaphonics, The Charles Napiers, The Diaboliks, etc), Mark Braby (Vic Goddard & Subway Sect, The Charles Napiers etc) and Mick Cocksedge (The Untamed, Cordwood Draggers and The Dead Bone Ramblers etc), each carving their own name on the musical hall of Doom!

                  The Singing Loins

                  Jazzy Angels

                    Chris (Brod) Broderick & Chris (Arf) Allen started The Singing Loins as a stripped-down acoustic duo in 1990, with the aim of writing honest, bare songs, outside of any particular style, coining the phrase 'Authentic Raw Folk from the Medway Delta'. Their first two albums were recorded with Billy Childish and released on Hangman Records.

                    Thee Headcoats

                    Leaders Of The Sect

                      Thee Headcoats are arguably the most famous and influential of the many group incarnations that Billy Childish has formed or performed in since 1977. Cited in the New York Times - back in the day - as 'the undisputed kings of garage rock', Thee Headcoats rule (1989 - 2000) saw them as Childish's most prolific group - up until that time - releasing upwards of eighteen albums and over 45 singles. Thee Headcoats performed their last gig in 2000.

                      With a 'break' of twenty-two years, Thee Headcoats got together over a weekend earlier this year and recorded a brand new LP, a 45 and an EP. These being released through Damaged Goods Records.

                      Here, Spinout Nuggets comes into the picture. Having the ear of mister Childish, our executives convinced the Dearstalking Man to allow us access to the original tapes and can now proudly present a 45 from that same great session, allowing the listener an earhole of a 'Bona' alternative version of 'Leader Of The Sect', - complete with 'Round The Horns Sandy and Julian' on the intro (also listen out for Thee Headcoatees on backing vocals).

                      This is coupled with an unreleased rendition of 'Paralysed By The Mountains'. Our advice: don't hang about if you want this classic piece of wax spinning on your turntable, as Thee Headcoats' 45s don't go stale on the shelf. The Kids might be all Square, but this is HIP!

                      TRACK LISTING

                      Side A
                      Leader Of The Sect 'Bona!' (2:32)
                      Side B
                      Paralysed By The Mountains (3:31)
                      The Lynx (4:01)

                      Wild Billy Childish & CTMF

                      Love Comes In Spurts

                        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 part time. His day job is being an internationally exhibited artist and poet.

                        CTMF (The Chatham Forts) was the first group name Billy came up with for a group whilst he was Head of Research for The Medway Military Research Group - investigating the Medway Fortifications (as well as being an Apprentice Stonemason at Chatham Dockyard, Kent, 1976). It wasn't until 2013 that Billy got around to utilising the name. CTMF features his wife Julie on bass/vocals and Wolf Howard on drums (both playing with Billy in previous incarnations over the years). Described by Billy as 'the epitome of modern: the sound of yesterday, tomorrow!', CTMF have released ten albums and over thirty singles/EPs.

                        This four-track 7" EP includes four song versions recorded for broadcast on Marc Riley's show on BBC6 Music on the evening of 31st August 2022. Opening up with a take on Richard Hell's 'Love Comes In Spurts', (endorsed by Richard himself), followed by 'Failure Not Success', a track that showcases Billy at his poetic best. Both are alternative takes from February 2023's LP release 'Failure Not Success'. The tracks that follow are 'Petrol In A Cup', and 'Love Can Lose'.

                        "This will be much like the way we do things, and hopefully it'll be in accord with your expectation, but not necessarily" (Billy Childish - July '19).

                        TRACK LISTING

                        Side A
                        1. Love Comes In Spurts (alt)
                        2. Failure Not Success (alt)
                        Side B
                        1. Petrol In Cup
                        2. Love Can Lose

                        The Guy Hamper Trio

                        All The Poisons In The Mud

                          The Guy Hamper Trio is: Billy Childish on guitar, his wife Julie on bass and Wolf Howard on drums - who as it happens was the drummer in the original incarnation of JTQ - and of course features James Taylor on Hammond organ. The Guy Hamper Trio provide a bottom end, Blues-influenced instrumental mayhem for those unafraid of dirt, germs and true grime.

                          The High Span

                          The High Span

                            The High Span is a musical project based in Rochester, Kent and features three experienced, yet unjaded, musical souls in Kevin Younger (of Armitage Shanks, Ye Ascoyne d'Ascoynes, Subway Sect, Baby Birkin, The Speed of Sound and others), Mark Aitken (of Ye Ascoyne d'Ascoynes, The Men From Memphis, Bob Collins & The Full Nelson, These Guilty Men and others) and Jimmy Moore (of Pod, One Free Fall and revered Canadian alt-rockers Rusty). Sarah Post also joins them on backing vocals on the album and at live shows too.

                            The High Span's special blend is one of DIY post-pop jangle and edgier experimental sounds, of lyric-driven guitar-pop and English awkwardness.

                            The Masonics

                            Outside Looking In - 2023 Reissue

                              'Outside Looking In' was originally released on compact disc format only via Vinyl Japan in 2004, By demand, now re-issued, and remastered for the first time on vinyl, 'Outside Looking In' also features the seductive vocal charms of Miss Ludella Black to a number of songs, and backing vocals for 'It Won't Be The First Time' by French singing sensation Fabienne Delsol. The album includes the group's take on Jagger/Richards' 'Long Long While'.

                              The Masonics

                              Talkin' About...

                                With Mickey Hampshire (The Milkshakes, Mickey And The Salty Seadogs, Mickey And Ludella), Bruce Brand (The Pop Rivets, The Milkshakes, Auntie Vegetable, Thee Headcoats, The Kravin' "A"s, The Clique, Dutronc, The Voo-Dooms and more) and John Gibbs (The Wildebeests, The Kaisers), this Medway- based trio have got enough rhythm 'n' beat and rock 'n' roll in their blood streams to power the Starship Enterprise!

                                Since 1991 The Masonics have been raising roofs all across the land, and disturbing audio grooves on at least ten studio albums and seven singles. There's no stopping them!

                                Two 7 “EP’s released simultaneously, each with four songs that the band have carefully chosen to cover, all of which have featured in their live sets throughout the years.

                                TRACK LISTING

                                Side A 1. I'm Talkin' About You 2. Clarabella
                                Side B 1. Ride Your Pony 2. The Girl Can't Dance

                                The Masonics

                                Looking For...

                                  With Mickey Hampshire (The Milkshakes, Mickey And The Salty Seadogs, Mickey And Ludella), Bruce Brand (The Pop Rivets, The Milkshakes, Auntie Vegetable, Thee Headcoats, The Kravin' "A"s, The Clique, Dutronc, The Voo-Dooms and more) and John Gibbs (The Wildebeests, The Kaisers), this Medway- based trio have got enough rhythm 'n' beat and rock 'n' roll in their blood streams to power the Starship Enterprise!

                                  Since 1991 The Masonics have been raising roofs all across the land, and disturbing audio grooves on at least ten studio albums and seven singles. There's no stopping them!

                                  Two 7 “EP’s released simultaneously, each with four songs that the band have carefully chosen to cover, all of which have featured in their live sets throughout the years.

                                  TRACK LISTING

                                  Side A 1. Thirty Days 2. Leave My Kitten Alone
                                  Side B 1. Lookin' For My Baby 2. Stupidity

                                  The William Loveday Intention

                                  Season Of The Witch

                                    Hand-Numbered, Limited to 500.

                                    The William Loveday Intention* is the latest incarnation of song and dance man Wild Billy Childish, who has been recording and performing since the 1977 punk explosion. Notably with The Pop Rivets, The Milkshakes, Thee Mighty Caesars, Thee Headcoats, The Buff Medways and CTMF.

                                    The A side is his take on the Donovan classic.

                                    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'.

                                      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

                                            The Veras

                                            V For Veras

                                              After playing shows backing soul legend PP Arnold on numerous occasions and having rock legends Kenney Jones (Small Faces, Faces, Who) and Glen Matlock (Sex Pistols) getting up to play with them on numerous occasions ,all sorts of folk were urging them to put out their own material. And so, after a 15 year hiatus, they have! And their second-ever gig playing their brand new material was with the aforementioned Glen Matlock and long-term David Bowie collaborator Earl Slick! The Veras' debut album is here! Rock 'n' roll, folk, freakbeat, psychedelia, glam, punk, new wave, indie - it's all there, fused together to create a unique, identifiable but kaleidoscopic Veras vibe.

                                              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.

                                                Auntie Vegetable

                                                Chives From Hell EP

                                                  Auntie Vegetable were one of Medway's best supergroups, with members/ex- members of The Prisoners, Ye Ascoyne d'Ascoynes, The Milkshakes, The Gruffmen, The Dentists and some others, the world was their plate and they was ready for the goodness to spurt.

                                                  With Jamie Taylor (Dan Stardust), Ian Smith (Kid Aphrodite), Allan Crockford (Rock Action), Bruce Brand (Stoop Solo ||) and Sexton Ming (Jive Phazer) gathering together to form an 'Acid Garage' group, their task was to destroy everything they could, but with much failure, they fully entertained a pub full of listeners way back in 1986, doing the same in other outlets after, including the legendary performance at The Bandstand, Chatham in 1986 (footage of which can be found on YouTube). With no particular 'break-up', the Auntie Vegetable parts went on to much success in formations such as The Headcoats/Thee Headcoatees, Phaze, The Prime Movers, The Solarflares, and each are still active in many formations, notably The Galileo 7, The Dirty Contacts, The James Taylor Quartet, The Masonics, The Mindreaders, Armitage Shanks, The Voo-Dooms, Sounds Incarcerated, Sexton Ming and many more!

                                                  Some 35 years later, 2021 sees the Auntie Vegetable re-grouping for a one-off show in Medway, with this EP allowing us to remember the goodness that the edible plant matter provides. Here we have four of the five recorded covers from the 1986 Woolly Studios recording, the fifth to feature elsewhere. These tracks have previously been featured on the Medway Powerhouse albums, and Hangman Sampler from Hangman Records between '87-88, now with added mastering to fill your needed appetite. Side A's glorious take on Ray Stanley's 'Glendora' (in Downliners Sect take) sets the pace, with The Yardbirds' 'Stroll On' following up. Side B burns into action with the Crazy World Of Arthur Brown's 'Fire', with a finale of Screaming Lord Sutch's 'Jack The Ripper'.

                                                  TRACK LISTING

                                                  Side A

                                                  1. Glendora
                                                  2. Stroll On


                                                  Side B

                                                  1. Fire
                                                  2. Jack The Ripper

                                                  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 Hurricanes

                                                      Keep On Pushing

                                                        The Hurricanes are a loud Mod Garage band, bringing the sound of '66 to now! Fusing Power Pop, 60s Garage, Mod Revival and Boss British Beat, these four gents starting out playing covers as their forefathers did, inevitably leading them on to writing, recording and performing their very own material.

                                                        Don't expect smooth polished studio efforts here; feedback squeals, amp hums, drums pound and the edges of distortion are all deliberate. this is the sound of The Hurricanes - chaos, energy and loud - all perfectly placed!

                                                        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.........


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