Sea Lungs stems from the idea that you don’t need to meet face to face to make music. It can be made from anywhere, anytime. Collaboration in defiance of isolation, threads strung across state lines to knit something taut and redemptive. The musical brainchild of one Jarrad Robertson (Pigs of the Roman Empire, Snakes of […]Read More Come on Get your Gills- ‘Sea Lungs’ bring the Brine
Emerging from Sydney Australia in 2012, Howl are a group of four pale orphans who ignited the local scene briefly with their unique helmet-on-the-bus style take on Deathrock and Post-Punk themes. Sticking around long enough to record the seminal (citation needed) Rat Helmet EP, they burned bright before realising they were all far too sexually […]Read More Refurbish your Helmet with HOWL and BATCAVE PRODUCTIONS
The underground has always been a fertile, fecund place. While the topsoil of bedroom wall icons and their cheekbone legacies lie fallow if not forgotten, their seeds and spores have drifted on the wind and sprouted in innumerable places throughout the globe. And no scene seems more fertile and evergreen than the triad of Deathrock, […]Read More El Corredor Maldito – Deathrock Rides Again. Pay what you want.
Deathrock rattles on, spooling and unspooling across circular plastic teeth. This cassette crackles with new tracks from two acts that share a thematic and aesthetic umbrella to sit perfectly perpendicular on this four track sampler. Pawns Breaking Wheel erupts first and throws commanding angular bass runs, squalling guitars and echoing baritone out of the speakers, […]Read More Deathrock Rattles on: Pawns/Cemetery Split Cassette