Aural Delights on the Overflow 75


  • BansheeVa – Janus – Cambridge Calling Volume Five (2021)
  • Ron S Peno and the Superstitions – The Strangest Feeling – Do The Understanding (2021)
  • Eamon The Destroyer – Silver Shadow – Single (2021)
  • 2 Lost Souls – Cold Cold Ground – Yarn Bombs (2021)
  • Lightman Jarvis Ecstatic Band – Nymphea – Banned (2021)
  • Moff Skellington – A New Town Under The Lake – Skegness (2013/2021)
  • Inferior Complex – Invisible – Single (2021)
  • Six Organs of Admittance – All That They Left You – The Veiled Sea (2021)
  • Raphael Weinroth-Browne – From Above – Worlds Within Live (2021)
  • The John Dummer Blues Band – I Need Love – Cabal (1969)
  • Deerhoof – Love-Lore 2 (Knight Rider/Raymond Scott/Mauricio Kagel/Eddie Grant/Gary Numan) – Love Lore (2021)
  • Eamon The Destroyer – My Drive – Single (2021)
  • Ron S Peno and the Superstitions – Everything Has Changed – Do The Understanding (2021)

  • Cambridge Calling Volume Five – The fifth in the series of compilations celebrating the music and musicians of the Cambridge area, compiled as always by DJ Dave Hammond, will be released on Bandcamp on July 23rd and available for wider digital streaming soon thereafter All proceeds from the sales of this release will be donated to Cambridge Aid which is a registered charity and a point of last resort for those in desperate financial need within Cambridge and its surrounding villages.
  • Ron S Peno – Long renowned as one of Australia’s most soulfully distinctive rock vocalists, Peno (Died Pretty) has overcome illness to deliver, in a highly intuitive song writing collaboration with the Superstitions’ co-founder, guitarist and composer Cam Butler, a thrilling and sophisticated set of new songs certain to find their way into the hearts of audiences new to the band’s grandly uplifting songcraft and ecstatic live performances, as well as dedicated Superstitions fans. In passion of performance, in romantic rush and in sheer musicianship, Do the Understanding already bears the hallmarks of a new Australian classic, a timely record of difficulties met and addressed, and fresh hope glimpsed with clear eyes in unexpected places.
  • Eamon The Destroyer – From the forthcoming album, “A Small Blue Car” on Bearsuit Records
  • 2 Lost Souls – yet another record – i’ve asked them to slow down!
  • Lightman Jarvis Ecstatic Band – aka Yves Jarvis and Romy Lightman – are a pair of idiosyncratic and restlessly creative artists. In the past decade, Jarvis’s ever-expanding swatch of releases on ANTI- Records and Flemish Eye have earned international acclaim.
  • Moff Skellington – re-released
  • Inferior Complex – a new single
  • Six Orders of Admittance – Ben Chasny returns with the 20th Six Organs album….American guitar heroics and galactic postpunk, Popol Vuh-ish pastoralism and heavy psych.
  • Raphael Weinroth-Browne – Canadian cellist and composer a live version of his critically lauded solo debut, Worlds Within, on July 2nd. Initially released independently in January 2020, Worlds Within is a single composition divided into ten tracks which play out like movements in a classical variation set.
  • The John Dummer Blues Band – Dummer formed this band in the summer of 1967, in London, in the midst of the British blues boom. They played solid Chicago-style blues and went through two lineups before recording this first album, Cabal. It’s a record as important as the ones by Fleetwood Mac or Bluesbreakers at the time. The notable point is Tony McPhee’s presence shortly before forming Groundhogs. The dynamic between him and Dave Kelly is excellent. nfortunately, after McPhee’s departure, the band was unable to maintain the same level and ended up being relegated to a secondary level in the blues-rock scene.
  • Deerhoof – a 35-minute, 43-song, live-in-the-studio covers medley album. The record is available now digitally, for free, via Joyful Noise on Bandcamp

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