Aural Delights on the Overflow 74


  1. Cosmic Panthers – Burnley – Life and Death at the Red Wall (2021)
  2. Datblygu – Y Teimlad – 1985-1995 (1999)
  3. Slow Down Molasses – I Need The Darkness – Minor Deaths (2021)
  4. AMENRA – De Dood In Bloei – De Doom
  5. The Mekons – Hard to be Human Again – Fear and Whiskey (1985)
  6. Datblygu – Cristion Yn Y Kibbutz (Christian In The Kibbutz) (17-02-88) – BBC Peel Sessions (1992)
  7. Pere Ubu – Heart of Darkness – 390 Degrees of Simulated Stereo (2021)
  8. BlakLight – Control (Scenius Remix) – Control – The Remixes
  9. Keltrix – Motherline – Herstory (2021)
  10. Soma Crew – Phantom – Out of Darkness/Into Light (2021)
  11. Datblygu – Slebog Bywydeg (Biology Slut) (09-02-91)- BBC Peel Sessions (1992)
  12. The Allman Brothers Band – In Memory of Elizabeth Reed – At Fillmore East (1971)

  • Cosmic Panthers
    • Several years back the band Kill Pretty went into a recording studio in Liverpool to lay down their third album, tentatively titled “Bubblegum Now” . A double albums worth of material was recorded and progress was being made for a release, however with the departure of firstly the bands manager and then the lead singer, both in acrimonious circumstances, the momentum was lost and that material was shelved never to see the light of day. It has long been an ambition for at least the lyrical content of that album to be used in some form, it was that strong.
    • German Shepherd co-owner Ian Moss was that lead singer. His partnership with Ben Mancell of the New York based Fuzzy Warbles label to release Hamsters material and subsequently new material with Cosmic Panthers lead to the flowering of the germ of an idea. Enter stage left legendary Mekons and Three Johns member Jon Langford, an old friend and associate of Ian Moss, and the trio of Ian, Ben and Jon after months of work has created the vehicle/vessel for those songs in a new set of clothes.
  • Datblygu
    • Following the sad death of David R. Edwards a selection of tracks from the highly influential Welsh band
  • Slow Down Molasses
    • An early listen to a great new album which is due out on October 8th. Canadian post punkers
    • A truly cathartic experience this is an album of extremes both emotional and musical- it is not for the faint hearted – however if you would like to be spiritually transformed and find a conduit to let loose the angst of fifteen months of lockdown this is certainly a way of achieving some sort of release. A stunning album!
  • The Mekons
    • Featuring Jon Langford who is also on the Cosmic Panthers album. The fourth studio album by English rock band The Mekons. It was released in 1985 and marked a dramatic shift in their sound following a short hiatus. It is universally viewed as their masterpiece by fans. It is credited as being the first alternative country album, as it blends the band’s previously-established punk rock style with a country music sound. The album was initially released by Sin Records to significant critical praise and commercial success. However, due to Sin’s small capacity for production and distribution, the album then remained largely unavailable until it was rereleased in 2002 by Quarterstick Records, a subsidiary of Touch and Go Records.
  • Pere Ubu
    • 390° of Simulated Stereo is a live album featuring recordings from Pere Ubu’s first few years of existence. In general, the recordings featured are lo-fi in nature. The album was out of print for decades, but will be reissued for Record Store Day 2021.
  • BlakLight – Scenius remix
  • Keltrix
    • New album – Keltrix return, after the stripped back “Naked”, album with a rich, evocative, sometimes symphonic, suite of songs. There are some interesting developments in the overall sound of the band with steps into more experimental elements but the core “dance meets folk” approach is still there.
  • Soma Crew
    • York band – new double release – full (hopefully!) audience launch (part 2) at Fulford Arms on 30th July. The Hunmanby Gap Sessions Volume I & II.
  • The Allman Brothers Band
    • The first live album and their third release overall. Produced by Tom Dowd, the album was released in July 6, 1971, in the United States by Capricorn Records. As the title indicates, the recording took place at New York Cities Fillmore East . It was recorded over the course of three nights in March 1971 and features the band performing extended jam versions of songs When first commercially released, it was issued as a double LP with just seven songs across four vinyl sides.

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