Renowned academic, TV presenter and charity figurehead Leonard Skully PhD invites you to experience the sounds of The Veldt, The Plague Doctors, Stranger Son, Politburo, The Jungfraus and The Bibles.
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The Plague Doctors
“They were not quite massive ants; not quite huge buzzards; nor were they decomposing human corpses. They were something I cannot and must not recall.” Pop Impresario Jonathan King.
Buy The Plague Doctors album ‘On The Moon’ here.
“A creative maelstrom, one of Manchester’s most expansive sounding bands” The Quietus
“Post factory sounds with poetic set pieces, dusted in organic industrial themes” 9/10 Louder Then War
“sprawling cinematic grooves, encompassing frustration and disconnection” 4/5 The Big Issue
“Sally & Prinss Revisited”
10 track album available on vinyl, CD and download.
“We get psychedelic cut ups as interludes, we get long, drawn out guitar slug-it-outs like Hung from a Tree and we get a whole heap of sounds and attitudes on tracks like New School Shoes that have you thumbing through your Rubble compilations with a wondering frown.” (Incendiary Magazine)
CD and vinyl stockists include Piccadilly Records (Manchester) and Rough Trade (London)
“An endlessly inventive and dynamic recording, “Sally And Prinss Revisted” is the debut album by Politburo. Pleasingly hallucinogenic, through out the lp the band tightrope-walk a line between bucolic whimsy and a tougher willingness to forge ahead with noisey bursts, fuzz guitar and obscured sounds. At the heart of each song is a melodic sense that recalls the heady days of Kevin Ayers-era Soft Machine or mid period Gorkys. Peel back the layers and each component of every track seems expertly placed and a joy unto itself” (Rough Trade)
Manchester band The Jungfraus have been making a name for themselves through their enthralling psychedelic live performances. This is a band with two front men, but not like ones you’ve seen before – here we have the earthly altzanger Mick Kenyon and the fay baritone Joe Levi Hodkin. Byrdsian guitars interweave with the strange keyboard sounds of Jonathon Rathbone to form a shimmering Indra’s Web cast over the thunderous drums of Liam Farr and soul bass grooves of Ste Grimes.
Listen to The Jungfraus new free song “You Won’t Catch Me” which has been made available ahead of the band’s debut album.
The Bibles present “Seven Songs”