New music from the month of August.

PLAYLISTS
Three flavours of playlist to choose from (some tracks aren’t available on Spotify & Soundcloud)
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Some highlights:

Massive Suits Quartet – Dancing With Her (Woman’s Theme)

First single off FULL MOON WIZARD LP by Massive Suits Quartet, to be released September 18th on Ubiquity Records.

CARBS – Stick A Flake In Me (I’m Done)

The opening track from CARBS debut record “Joyous Material Failure” is a historically accurate account of ice cream. Tracing it’s origin as flavoured snow in the Persian Empire to Margaret Thatcher’s involvement in the perverse creation of Mr Whippy, to Jonnie Common’s fevered dreams of melting to death.

Joyous Material Failure is out on September the 11th 2015, and is available on pizza box packaged CD or DL from the Save As Collective’s Bandcamp.

THE MONGRELS – FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE

The rap Roy Castle returns as Kid Acne with Benjamin on the beats takes aim at weak MC’s with some brooding “Figurative Language”.

Prof – Bar Breaker

“Bar Breaker” is the second official single from Prof’s upcoming album, “Liability” due out October 16th, 2015 on Rhymesayers Entertainment. “Liability” is available for pre-order now! Produced by Aesop Rock.

Albert b. – Young (The Night Is)

Albert b’s EP is available for free download from Bandcamp.

Scallops Hotel “Tense Present”

Despite being a paid up milo devote I somehow missed “Plain Speaking” the latest from his side project Scallops Hotel.
Milo’s follow up to the phenomenal “a toothpaste superb” LP is arriving on limited edition pink on pink cassette. Nab it at the end of the month.

MUMBLR – PREMIUM

Philly punk four-piece Mumblr return with the Super! Premium! Deluxe! EP. Recorded live in one day, it’s available as a name your price download.

Red Baraat – Horizon Line

New York’s Red Baraat are renowned as a phenomenal live act having recently blown WOMAD away with their mixture of dhol and brass. The album melds Bollywood, New Orleans funk, Bhangra, Latin rhythms, and big-band jazz.