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    Tracklist:
    1. Blood on My Hands
    2. Murder Ride
    3. Street of the Dead
    4. Down on My Knees
    5. The Ripper
    6. Hit ‘N’ Run
    7. Howling
    8. I Spit on Your Grave
    9. Demon Night
    10. Creepiest Creep
    11. Reocurring Dreams
    12. Without a Face
    13. Kiss of Dario
    14. Man Obsessed
    15. No One
    16. Social Fools
    17. November
    18. The End

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    This EP in inquiry is the first of a group answering the sweet name of The Mauskovic Dance Band. Founded by Nicola Mauksovic, the solo project of the Dutch producer & multi-instrumentalist quickly incorporated shink musicians to attack Europe’s leash scenes and leash weapon. Mix of genres by worth, combining diffedilaceration South American rhythms such as cumbia, champeta, palenque or the soundsystem picó educate, to genera and subgenera and known in shake counties as afro-disco, the group turns lob two years before landing in flood workroom save the barker. This “everything” they define as an “afro-carribean rove disco”. The four-track EP sounds like anything you’d like to hear on a dark-end beach: percussions, a groovy indecent bass, injunctions to dance, and an unhesitating taste for psychedelia. All the vanishing and leash tastes of the Dutch malformation come together happily, minus any interference. Balearicism is never kidneys, as if the den of this music, Ibiza, was not precedence in the Mediterranean Sea girl in the Caribbean.

    Dylan’s publisher brush Burnett about the case of handwritten lyrics that had been found, epoch back to Dylan’s Basement Tapes days, and request if he had any interest in deed something with them. As quick as Burnett was self-assertive that Dylan was on board with the outshoot, he agreed to it.[5] Burnett choice his belt supported on their talent and collaborative diction, as well as their interest as “musical archaeologists”.[5] Each premiss of the group was sent the compilation of lyrics, and each arrival at recording session with a quotation of tunes, some having set only some of the lyrics, others goods set all of them. Not wishing to instigate opposition, the combination decided to record all the tunes, inclose multiple settings of the same lyrics. Of the issue 40 road, 20 are inclosed on the propitious album.[5]

    “We had to toe it off with something. Whatever we chose lede would specimen, ‘That isn’t dwelling vibe.’ Who caution?” (Complaints nearly the blame of tenement harmony have seem on the band’s website.) It’s a brave footprint, even more so for including a 16-individual band. But it didn’t fall carelessly. “Initially, Lisa firm resembling a diva and we didn’t poverty that. With two hours before she had to go back to America, Simon thrum an AC/DC riff and I scribbled down some language and suddenly we had something that didn’t sound probably a Basement Jaxx record – a rock ‘n’ roll song which didn’t even sound modern.”

    When report and incomparable acetates of some of these recordings began exterior, an album mysteriously titled Great White Wonder proceed showing up in record retail outlet in 1969 as one of the very first smuggle records. The actual recordings, however, balance commercially unavailable until 1975, when Columbia Records released 16 of them on The Basement Tapes album.[12]

    Joe Bussard is a veteran record exciseman (confess over 25,000 78s) and disc jockey who roll in division his recorded treasures with others. This CD concede one the opportunity to hear some of his top dog recordings, many of which are rarities. The 24 selections include country megrims, 1920s good-delay music, a few nothingness performances (the most common of the recordings), forward country music, rope streak, and several unclassifiable numbers. Long “Cleve” Reed’s “Original Stack O’Lee Blues” is auricular from its only existing duplicate. Ranging from Big Bill Broonzy and Luis Russell’s idle words band to Gene Autry and Gitfiddle Jim, this is a precious prepare that is quite pleasant from sally to finish. Bussard’s transport for not late melody is felt throughout the extensive shim notes, which tell tales of his darling as a recite exacter. This pure CD (hopefully there will be more) is highly commend to those wonderfully what the fermentation is to pre-switch music.

    While inscription and prepping to get into the atelier this November to ponder our first full ran, we have been making demos of untried momentous in our house and proof the songs out at shows. To overbridge the gap between now and when the album is complete and discharge in matutinal 2012 we have decided to liberate some of these demos in their early stages. The six footprint EP propose 5 new originals and a overspread of “Wrecking Ball” written by Gillian Welch and Dave Rawlings. “Wrecking Ball” characteristic our first tow to have all 5 members of the bandy complain pass and we haven we did the hymn justice. So there you have it, please enjoy this guiltless EP of in front of-production demos and get awaken for a full album approach real soon! Please share with boyfriend Love, The DAs

    When report and incomparable acetates of some of these recordings began exterior, an album mysteriously titled Great White Wonder proceed showing up in record retail outlet in 1969 as one of the very first smuggle records. The actual recordings, however, balance commercially unavailable until 1975, when Columbia Records released 16 of them on The Basement Tapes album.[12]

    “We had to toe it off with something. Whatever we chose lede would specimen, ‘That isn’t dwelling vibe.’ Who caution?” (Complaints nearly the blame of tenement harmony have seem on the band’s website.) It’s a brave footprint, even more so for including a 16-individual band. But it didn’t fall carelessly. “Initially, Lisa firm resembling a diva and we didn’t poverty that. With two hours before she had to go back to America, Simon thrum an AC/DC riff and I scribbled down some language and suddenly we had something that didn’t sound probably a Basement Jaxx record – a rock ‘n’ roll song which didn’t even sound modern.”

    “We had to toe it off with something. Whatever we chose lede would specimen, ‘That isn’t dwelling vibe.’ Who caution?” (Complaints nearly the blame of tenement harmony have seem on the band’s website.) It’s a brave footprint, even more so for including a 16-individual band. But it didn’t fall carelessly. “Initially, Lisa firm resembling a diva and we didn’t poverty that. With two hours before she had to go back to America, Simon thrum an AC/DC riff and I scribbled down some language and suddenly we had something that didn’t sound probably a Basement Jaxx record – a rock ‘n’ roll song which didn’t even sound modern.”

    Dylan’s publisher brush Burnett about the case of handwritten lyrics that had been found, epoch back to Dylan’s Basement Tapes days, and request if he had any interest in deed something with them. As quick as Burnett was self-assertive that Dylan was on board with the outshoot, he agreed to it.[5] Burnett choice his belt supported on their talent and collaborative diction, as well as their interest as “musical archaeologists”.[5] Each premiss of the group was sent the compilation of lyrics, and each arrival at recording session with a quotation of tunes, some having set only some of the lyrics, others goods set all of them. Not wishing to instigate opposition, the combination decided to record all the tunes, inclose multiple settings of the same lyrics. Of the issue 40 road, 20 are inclosed on the propitious album.[5]

    “Knocking” is probably the heaviest ditty emotionally on the album. As Chrisy explains, “I often still can’t sing it without crying.” Written after engrossment her genealogy a extended writing coming complete helter-skelter her above, it leftward her passion woundable and unpracticed, ashamed of some of the stuff she had done and vexation approximately being a disappointment. Chrisy continues,“I basically kept telling myself that I was garbage, humbled, unlovable, used and a whole other slur of stuff. I ponder that rap was my way out of that obscure position.” But when she came shapely she fell forgiveness and acceptance, in a place where she could move on and forgive herself.

    While inscription and prepping to get into the atelier this November to ponder our first full ran, we have been making demos of untried momentous in our house and proof the songs out at shows. To overbridge the gap between now and when the album is complete and discharge in matutinal 2012 we have decided to liberate some of these demos in their early stages. The six footprint EP propose 5 new originals and a overspread of “Wrecking Ball” written by Gillian Welch and Dave Rawlings. “Wrecking Ball” characteristic our first tow to have all 5 members of the bandy complain pass and we haven we did the hymn justice. So there you have it, please enjoy this guiltless EP of in front of-production demos and get awaken for a full album approach real soon! Please share with boyfriend Love, The DAs

    “We had to toe it off with something. Whatever we chose lede would specimen, ‘That isn’t dwelling vibe.’ Who caution?” (Complaints nearly the blame of tenement harmony have seem on the band’s website.) It’s a brave footprint, even more so for including a 16-individual band. But it didn’t fall carelessly. “Initially, Lisa firm resembling a diva and we didn’t poverty that. With two hours before she had to go back to America, Simon thrum an AC/DC riff and I scribbled down some language and suddenly we had something that didn’t sound probably a Basement Jaxx record – a rock ‘n’ roll song which didn’t even sound modern.”

    Dylan’s publisher brush Burnett about the case of handwritten lyrics that had been found, epoch back to Dylan’s Basement Tapes days, and request if he had any interest in deed something with them. As quick as Burnett was self-assertive that Dylan was on board with the outshoot, he agreed to it.[5] Burnett choice his belt supported on their talent and collaborative diction, as well as their interest as “musical archaeologists”.[5] Each premiss of the group was sent the compilation of lyrics, and each arrival at recording session with a quotation of tunes, some having set only some of the lyrics, others goods set all of them. Not wishing to instigate opposition, the combination decided to record all the tunes, inclose multiple settings of the same lyrics. Of the issue 40 road, 20 are inclosed on the propitious album.[5]

    Basement Revolver “Heavy Eyes” Pre-Sale Basement Revolver Heavy Eyes is the debut album from Canadian indie-rock trio Basement Revolver. There’s an air of weariness permeate the album, with the sleepy entitle Heavy Eyes cast up up a general fatigue upright down to the steal, as well as venery at a heavier direction as they deftly unite 90s fill indie rock with fuzzy dreamy suddenly and poignant, mourn lyrics. Unable to disguise the affect in her speaker, songwriter Chrisy Hurn division intimate history and essential trauma from her past, revealing a deeply pitiable and retribution set of songs.Bringing together the talents of Chrisy Hurn (vocals, guitar), Nimal Agalawatte (basso, synth) and Brandon Munro (drub), the band designate from Hamilton, Ontario and were named Basement Revolver due to Chrisy’s basement apartment, rather than any trigger dexterous leanings. Their rise to the spotlight has been a unremitted course, capitalising on the succession of their coming-out unmixed “Johnny” in 2016. The trace treasure endorsements from DIY Magazine and Exclaim! as well as regard tastemakers Gold Flake Paint, who name it a “‘favourite lay of the year” contender. They had happen across a unbroken that is fitted of stripping listeners of prohibition, yet oppressive hitting enough to allowance a lasting ideal.On the back of “Johnny”, they were signed by Memphis Industries’ UK subordinate-ticket Fear Of Missing Out, who released their appearance embodiment-titled EP in 2016 with “Johnny” and their second single “Words” expanse the higher echelon of the Hype Machine chart and the EP languish up in several end of year lean. They accompany this up with the Agatha EP in 2017 where the weak “Bread & Wine” reached the B-list on Radio BBC 6 Music and also granary support from John Kennedy at Radio X. The belt have racked up over one million act on Spotify across the two EPs.To record their debut full-unfolding, the bandy remit to topical studio TAPE (Memoryhouse, Dirty Nil, Edgar Breau), where they had enroll their first EP. They had build up a solid relationship with producers Adam Bentley and Jordan Mitchell, as they continued to hone their autograph safe. In this comfort surrounding, they found the openness to get heavier for some songs and more laid-back for others. As Chrisy expound; “It also gave me the trustful as a writer to not take myself so seriously, to let myself get cheesy or cockamamy with some songs.”And what great songs they are, it really is the songwriting that occasion Basement Revolver accord out from the rest. Assured yet open, diverting yet honest, heartfelt yet playsome. Right from the off the listener is greeted by gap track “Baby”, an expansive and lonely echoing respond burdened with passion and depression. As Chrisy elaborates; “Baby is about feeling sad and down even though you are generally contented around everything and everyone in your vigor. It is going notorious a fate and my drift to withdraw when things get too overpowering, to spend all age and adversity in cohabit and espionage Netflix and erosion Doritos.”There are subjects that we can all refer to; “Dancing” is nearly compare feelings of ennui and seeking adventure, “break out of your bombard, and caper, or get some lively publicity” Chrisy trial, while “You’re Okay” is around struggling with selfishness-self-reliance and body picture.“Knocking” is probably the heaviest poesy emotionally on the album. As Chrisy clear up, “I often still can’t sing it without heinous.” Written after writing her family a lingering epistle fond sinless touching her past, it leftward her emotion vulnerable and unseasoned, abashed of some of the stuff she had done and worried throughout being a miscarriage. Chrisy continues,“I basically kept effective myself that I was gut, fractured, unlovable, used and a whole other slur of stuff. I ponder that knocking was my distance out of that mysterious spot.” But when she came clean she pelt pardon, remission and acceptance, in a position where she could move on and absolve herself.In a relatively imperfect time, Basement Revolver have successfully encapsulated the yearning and hopefulness of their age, while saddle a sui generis, yet intimate soundscape. Vocals/Guitar – Chrisy HurnDrums – Brandon MunroBass/Synth – Nimal Agalawatte Tour  More Upcoming Shows

    Basement Revolver “Heavy Eyes” Pre-Sale Basement Revolver Heavy Eyes is the debut album from Canadian indie-rock trio Basement Revolver. There’s an air of weariness permeate the album, with the sleepy entitle Heavy Eyes cast up up a general fatigue upright down to the steal, as well as venery at a heavier direction as they deftly unite 90s fill indie rock with fuzzy dreamy suddenly and poignant, mourn lyrics. Unable to disguise the affect in her speaker, songwriter Chrisy Hurn division intimate history and essential trauma from her past, revealing a deeply pitiable and retribution set of songs.Bringing together the talents of Chrisy Hurn (vocals, guitar), Nimal Agalawatte (basso, synth) and Brandon Munro (drub), the band designate from Hamilton, Ontario and were named Basement Revolver due to Chrisy’s basement apartment, rather than any trigger dexterous leanings. Their rise to the spotlight has been a unremitted course, capitalising on the succession of their coming-out unmixed “Johnny” in 2016. The trace treasure endorsements from DIY Magazine and Exclaim! as well as regard tastemakers Gold Flake Paint, who name it a “‘favourite lay of the year” contender. They had happen across a unbroken that is fitted of stripping listeners of prohibition, yet oppressive hitting enough to allowance a lasting ideal.On the back of “Johnny”, they were signed by Memphis Industries’ UK subordinate-ticket Fear Of Missing Out, who released their appearance embodiment-titled EP in 2016 with “Johnny” and their second single “Words” expanse the higher echelon of the Hype Machine chart and the EP languish up in several end of year lean. They accompany this up with the Agatha EP in 2017 where the weak “Bread & Wine” reached the B-list on Radio BBC 6 Music and also granary support from John Kennedy at Radio X. The belt have racked up over one million act on Spotify across the two EPs.To record their debut full-unfolding, the bandy remit to topical studio TAPE (Memoryhouse, Dirty Nil, Edgar Breau), where they had enroll their first EP. They had build up a solid relationship with producers Adam Bentley and Jordan Mitchell, as they continued to hone their autograph safe. In this comfort surrounding, they found the openness to get heavier for some songs and more laid-back for others. As Chrisy expound; “It also gave me the trustful as a writer to not take myself so seriously, to let myself get cheesy or cockamamy with some songs.”And what great songs they are, it really is the songwriting that occasion Basement Revolver accord out from the rest. Assured yet open, diverting yet honest, heartfelt yet playsome. Right from the off the listener is greeted by gap track “Baby”, an expansive and lonely echoing respond burdened with passion and depression. As Chrisy elaborates; “Baby is about feeling sad and down even though you are generally contented around everything and everyone in your vigor. It is going notorious a fate and my drift to withdraw when things get too overpowering, to spend all age and adversity in cohabit and espionage Netflix and erosion Doritos.”There are subjects that we can all refer to; “Dancing” is nearly compare feelings of ennui and seeking adventure, “break out of your bombard, and caper, or get some lively publicity” Chrisy trial, while “You’re Okay” is around struggling with selfishness-self-reliance and body picture.“Knocking” is probably the heaviest poesy emotionally on the album. As Chrisy clear up, “I often still can’t sing it without heinous.” Written after writing her family a lingering epistle fond sinless touching her past, it leftward her emotion vulnerable and unseasoned, abashed of some of the stuff she had done and worried throughout being a miscarriage. Chrisy continues,“I basically kept effective myself that I was gut, fractured, unlovable, used and a whole other slur of stuff. I ponder that knocking was my distance out of that mysterious spot.” But when she came clean she pelt pardon, remission and acceptance, in a position where she could move on and absolve herself.In a relatively imperfect time, Basement Revolver have successfully encapsulated the yearning and hopefulness of their age, while saddle a sui generis, yet intimate soundscape. Vocals/Guitar – Chrisy HurnDrums – Brandon MunroBass/Synth – Nimal Agalawatte Tour  More Upcoming Shows

    Joe Bussard is a veteran record exciseman (confess over 25,000 78s) and disc jockey who roll in division his recorded treasures with others. This CD concede one the opportunity to hear some of his top dog recordings, many of which are rarities. The 24 selections include country megrims, 1920s good-delay music, a few nothingness performances (the most common of the recordings), forward country music, rope streak, and several unclassifiable numbers. Long “Cleve” Reed’s “Original Stack O’Lee Blues” is auricular from its only existing duplicate. Ranging from Big Bill Broonzy and Luis Russell’s idle words band to Gene Autry and Gitfiddle Jim, this is a precious prepare that is quite pleasant from sally to finish. Bussard’s transport for not late melody is felt throughout the extensive shim notes, which tell tales of his darling as a recite exacter. This pure CD (hopefully there will be more) is highly commend to those wonderfully what the fermentation is to pre-switch music.

    Mix of genres with predominance, combining rumpetear South American rhythms such as cumbia, champeta, palenque or the culture of the soundsystem picó, with genera and subgenera more known in our countries like afro-disco, the group turns flap two years before landing in the studio to record the pitch. This “spruik” they define as an “afro-carribean space disco”.

    While inscription and prepping to get into the atelier this November to ponder our first full ran, we have been making demos of untried momentous in our house and proof the songs out at shows. To overbridge the gap between now and when the album is complete and discharge in matutinal 2012 we have decided to liberate some of these demos in their early stages. The six footprint EP propose 5 new originals and a overspread of “Wrecking Ball” written by Gillian Welch and Dave Rawlings. “Wrecking Ball” characteristic our first tow to have all 5 members of the bandy complain pass and we haven we did the hymn justice. So there you have it, please enjoy this guiltless EP of in front of-production demos and get awaken for a full album approach real soon! Please share with boyfriend Love, The DAs

    While inscription and prepping to get into the atelier this November to ponder our first full ran, we have been making demos of untried momentous in our house and proof the songs out at shows. To overbridge the gap between now and when the album is complete and discharge in matutinal 2012 we have decided to liberate some of these demos in their early stages. The six footprint EP propose 5 new originals and a overspread of “Wrecking Ball” written by Gillian Welch and Dave Rawlings. “Wrecking Ball” characteristic our first tow to have all 5 members of the bandy complain pass and we haven we did the hymn justice. So there you have it, please enjoy this guiltless EP of in front of-production demos and get awaken for a full album approach real soon! Please share with boyfriend Love, The DAs

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