Swans fans say: ‘The Racists Don’t Speak For Us!’

Jacks Against Racism and Fascism
Swansea Stand Up to Racism
Swans fans say:
‘The Racists Don’t Speak For Us!’

Swansea is a proudly vibrant, diverse ‘community of communities’ and our football club reflects that. We stand in solidarity to face the challenges of the pandemic and the government’s chaotic Brexit together” – Geraint Davies MP

“The players and clubs have made their reasons for taking the knee abundantly clear. 

We categorically reject and oppose the attempts by the far-right to push their own narrative and obscure those reasons.” Show Racism the Red Card Wales

Swansea City’s players come from around the world, as well as from our own back yard, and we are all the better for that, as a team and as a City. We have great respect to the club and players for continuing to #TakeTheKnee for #BlackLivesMatter, and for their ongoing work for equality and support for refugees.

FarRightWatchWales on Twitter: "On Saturday Jacks Against Racism & Fascism  will be leafleting Swansea City game at the Liberty, encouraging people to  register to vote and then to use that vote against

It’s been hugely positive for clubs to adopt Take the Knee in response to deep concerns of players and fans about racism in the game, and in wider society. Black players consistently play a hugely important role both on and off the pitch; the likes of Wayne Routledge, Andre Ayew and Jamal Lowe are role models and heroes to hundreds of Swansea children.

Marcus Rashford’s stand over free school meals has saved hundred of thousands of children from hunger this Xmas. And we know that black people have suffered disproportionately in the Covid-19 crisis.

In addition, organisations such as Show Racism the Red Card and Kick It Out have been instrumental in promoting anti racism in the game.

So why would anyone wish to boo those marking the argument that Black Lives Matter?

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We have nothing but contempt for the tiny band of far right racists who have twice gathered outside The Liberty before games to yell insults. These are the sort of people who recently rioted with Tommy Robinson, have refused to wear masks during the pandemic and have been harassing refugees in Penally. While the rest of us are working together to beat COVID, to look after each other and to welcome vulnerable newcomers, all they offer is the virus racism and division.

There was a time when racists and the far right saw football as their territory. Fans at clubs such as Leeds, Chelsea, Manchester United, Leicester, West Ham, Tottenham, Liverpool and indeed here in Swansea, have worked together to marginalise them.

Football is a multicultural sport, this is a multicultural country. We are not going back to the racism of the past. The vast majority of Swans supporters want to to see football for all and to live in a diverse and thriving City.

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At this time of year and with the pandemic raging, it is especially important that we all show generosity, compassion and solidarity, whereas racism merely offers despair, division and defeat.

The only way we can build a better world and an improved ‘new normal’ is if we all stand together, in life as in sport.

We won’t let the racists divide us.

Join us football fans as we take part in Swansea’s Stand Up to Racism’s event for UN Anti Racism Day, March 20th in Swansea City Centre (COVID allowing).

“The Black Lives Matter movement was and is a monumental cry across the spectrum of society globally for fundamental change, after suffering centuries of racism. As an anti-racism education charity, Show Racism the Red Card supports this cry along with those who choose to take the knee in solidarity with it.” – Show Racism the Red Card

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MP, Cambridgeshire FA and community leaders condemn the booing of ‘Take the Knee’ at Cambridge United

MP, Cambridgeshire FA and community leaders condemn the booing of ‘Take the Knee’ at Cambridge United

Cambridge Stand Up to Racism

As Cambridge United fans and residents, we were shocked and saddened to hear that a small but noisy minority of so called ‘supporters’ booed our own players as they took the knee to say #BlackLivesMatter on Tuesday night.

It’s been hugely positive for clubs to adopt Take the Knee in response to deep concerns of players and fans about racism in the game, and in wider society. We applaud statements from manager Mark Bonner and the Club condemning the racists, and the vast majority of U’s fans whose clapping drowned out the bigots. This reflects long standing work by local anti racist fans and by Cambs FA.

In addition, organisations such as Show Racism the Red Card and Kick It Out have been instrumental in promoting anti racism in the game.

Black players consistently play a hugely important role both on and off the pitch. Marcus Rashford’s stand over free school meals has saved hundred of thousands of children from hunger this Xmas. And we know that black people have suffered disproportionately in the Covid-19 crisis.

So why would anyone wish to boo those marking the argument that Black Lives Matter?

There was a time when racists and the far right saw football as their territory. Fans at clubs such as Leeds, Chelsea, Manchester United, Leicester, West Ham, Tottenham, Liverpool and elsewhere have since driven the racists out.

Football is a multicultural sport, this is a multicultural country. We are not going back to the racism of the past. The vast majority of supporters want to to see football for all.

We won’t let the racists divide us.

Cambridge United vow to identify and ban supporters that booed taking the  knee at the Abbey Stadium

Signed by

Daniel Zeichner MP Cambridge

Alex Mayer Former MEP East of England

Jo Bull for Cambridgeshire FA

Matt Clements, ex player for Cambridge United and Cambridge City

Charlie Minchin – ‘season ticket holder and one of those who out clapped the boos’.

Dave Fry – ‘I grew up 100 yards from the Abbey Ground and am angry that this racist expression occurred there’.

Andrew Kennedy Romsey Labour Party member and CUFC supporter

Nick Parker CUFC die hard

Niamh Sweeney Cambridge Teacher and NEU Executive Member

Andrew “ozzy” Osborne chair unite London and Eastern engineering, manufacturing and steel regional industrial sector Committee

Cllr Lewis Herbert Leader of Cambridge City Council

Cllr Alex Collis (City Councillor for Kings Hedges and Deputy Mayor)

Cllr Mike Todd Jones, councillor for Arbury

Cllr Dave Baigent councillor for Romsey

Cllr Dr Jocelynne A. Scutt, Labour County Councillor for Arbury

Cllr Grace Hadley, councillor for Coleridge, Cambridge City Council Community

Cllr Anna Smith Deputy Leader Cambridge City Council

Cllr Katie Thornburrow, Labour Cambridge City executive councillor for planning policy and open space.

Cllr Colin McGerty, Liberal Democrat City Councillor for Queen Edith’s

Cllr Ian Manning, Lib Dem County Councillor for Chesterton

Cambridge University Labour Club Joint Chairs Elizabeth Castell, Ryan Bogle

Shahida Rahman – author

Mairead Healy

Daniel A Cooper, Romsey Labour Party, and Cambridge Unite

Graeme Hodgson, Romsey Ward Labour Party.

Richard Rose, R*E*P*E*A*T Records and Cambridge City FC Diversity and Inclusion Group (pc)

Tom Woodcock, Cambridgeshire NEU member and CUFC fan

Matt Kelly, Cambridgeshire NEU member

Mairead Healy Amnesty International

Roger Green, Cambridge SUTR, NEU member

Ibrahim Rahman, Karim Foundation
Isabelle Humphries Cambridgeshire NEU member

Anabela Monteiro

Clive Peace

G Messore

Helen Hazel, East Anglia SUTR

Oisin Challen Flynn, Cambridge University student

Rachel Edwards, Cambridge SUTR member

Robert Illingworth

Rosa Mottershead

Boos were drowned out by applause at Cambridge as they and Colchester took the knee ahead of their match.


“The players and clubs have made their reasons for taking the knee abundantly clear. 
We categorically reject and oppose the attempts by the far-right to push their own narrative and obscure those reasons.


The Black Lives Matter movement was and is a monumental cry across the spectrum of society globally for fundamental change, after suffering centuries of racism. As an anti-racism education charity, Show Racism the Red Card supports this cry along with those who choose to take the knee in solidarity with it.”
Statement from Show Racism the Red Card

THE DESDEMONAS Penning love letters to loneliness, pop culture and working class pride since 2019.

A letter from THE DESDEMONAS – Penning love letters to loneliness, pop culture and working class pride since 2019.

We’re a post punk band from Cardiff called The Desdemonas.

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Born out of complete contempt for the music around us, our sole aim is to carve our manifesto onto every aspect of youth culture today

Hailing from the once vibrant streets of Cardiff, we truly believe that we speak from a past that is so relevant to our present that we pine for it to be represented.

Our material is best described as a true documentation of life in the capital. Entirely informed by the alternative ethos, we provide the sniping honest commentaries on what surrounds us.



We believe that this combined with our presented raw influences creates a truly urgent racket that’s void of compromise. We can only hope you take us into consideration.

You won’t have heard anything like this for a long time.

It’s about time you did.

Join us.

What have you got to lose?

Audio links:
https://open.spotify.com/artist/41nLjdDv6MgrX9Vr91bRcV?si=Aj_sJH2xTOy9v1cFL9hBew

Video links:
https://instagram.com/p/B9g5Ut0J_D3/

Social media:
https://instagram.com/the_desdemonas?igshid=1q893z89tzzgk

https://www.facebook.com/thedesdemonasuk/

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New single by Tribes of Europe & Barbara Stretch ‘Let The Big Beat Save Your Southern Soul’

‘Let The Big Beat Save Your Southern Soul’ is the new single by Tribes of Europe & Barbara Stretch, released on 27th November 2020 via Integrity Records on all digital platforms and limited edition numbered 7” dub-plate vinyl. Order here https://tribesofeurope.bandcamp.com/

Using classic pop forms to tell stories about the present, the future and, in the case of ‘Big Beat …’, the past, Tribes of Europe here surge head-long musically and lyrically into the contemporary cultural legacy of Northern Soul. With the classic vocal of Barbara Stretch, former frontwoman of Pye Records’ soul sensations The Vernons to the fore, the Ely Fallen Angels Choir led by Max Taylor (MIKA, Lily Allen, Clor) add layers of joyous harmonies.

Tribes of Europe, the alter ego of Fenland-based multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Martin Elsey, are also joined by Andy Gangadeen (Massive Attack, Chase & Status, Jeff Beck) on drums, Ric Elsworth (Belle & Sebastian, Foals) on vibraphone & tambourine and Chris Taylor (Poison Girls) on co-production duties at Bluebarn Studios and the finest bass outside Motor City.

Martin describes the single as an overdue “thank you” to the rare soul scene and the people who made the music:

“I was a young Pink Floyd fan when the Northern Soul scene hit East Anglia. Kids at school told me how their older brothers and sisters had been driving over to Peterborough, taking something called ‘Sulphate’ then staying up all night dancing. I was intrigued. Only several years later when I got along to a few all-nighters did I really start to understand …”

Previous singles by Tribes of Europe & Barbara Stretch have enjoyed national support on BBC 6 Music, BBC Radio Wales, BBC Radio 3’s Late Junction and various regional & international shows.

“An instantly catchy and uplifting retro-futuristic creation” – Get In Her Ears
“Unashamedly ‘60s but with a new twist” – Steve Lamacq, BBC 6 Music

https://tribesofeurope.bandcamp.com/
https://twitter.com/EuropeTribeshttps://
http://www.facebook.com/TribesOfEurope/
http://integrityrecords.co.uk/

Simplicity – the new single by Quaalude

C.S. Quaalude – Simplicity [Single]

Simplicity is quaalude’s new single: after My Advice, here is the second single from the new album Under My Hat to be released on December 11. 

Simplicity is the new single by Quaalude, a few months after the excellent feedback of the previous My Advice.

The song was born from light sounds, dreamy atmospheres and typically Brit guitar arpeggi, a singing verse with light guitar vents, a refrain full of overwhelming sounds and a case in four to give an almost dance trend to the song: distinctive elements of the sound of the Milanese band.

The melancholy of the sonorities perfectly binds to the text that tells the sad experience of having to separate from a loved one: the ballad expresses the feeling of feeling different, of not being able to settle and in seeking, building and maintaining deep and loyal relationships.

“It tells the story of having to separate yourself from a loved one because you want different things. Very often it happens that you love each other, to such an extent that you have to accept that you do not share the same objectives and it is right to continue each one on their own path, without forcing the other to give up his own destiny. Simplicity then tells of true friendships and loves, respect for oneself and another, honesty towards oneself and those we love”, say Noemi, Cece, Erik, Federico and Marco, members of the Quaalude.

Simplicity is a song written by Noemi Terruzzi and composed by Federico Michele Merli, Federico Cesaro and Erik Benedettini, recorded at the S8recording by Roberto Gallo Salsotto (Senago, MI), mastered at ER Mixing in Warsaw (Poland) by Romano Erafficci with video and artwork produced by Josemperzv for dbStudio (Venezuela).

The single is available on the main online streaming and download platforms, with video available on quaalude’s official YouTube channel and anticipates the release of the new album Under My Hat, released on December 11th.

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Quaalude – Band Biography

Quaalude are a pop rock band founded in Milan since 2014.

Noemi (vox), Federico (guitar), Erik (guitar), Cece (bass) and Marco (drums) share a passion for made in UK rock bands (among others The Cranberries, U2 and Oasis) which, combined with a love of pop and more current rock, leads Quaalude to forge a distinct musical identity characterized by Brit atmospheres.

“We ake music because, as musicians and enthusiasts, we want to share our emotions through what we play, leaving something of us in those who listen to us, evoking the sensations we feel through songs. We have been playing together for many years and we are always committed to raising the quality and professionalism of our music and content for more and more unique the experience of the public who discovers and follows us” – Quaalude.

In 2015 they debuted the EP “My Place on Earth”, followed by the single “Hello Darling” (2016). In 2017 they returned with the single “You Lift Me Up”, which marks a further step forward from the creative, musical and productive point of view of the band, a trend that continues with the release of the single “The First Time (For a Thousand Times)” in November 2018 and the victory of the first edition of plug ‘n’ play (music contest by the press office 0371 Music Press) in 2020.

In December 2020 they returned with the album “Under My Hat”, anticipated in the previous months by the singles “My Advice” and “Simplicity”.

ARTIST LINK

Spotify: https://bit.ly/QuaaludeSpoty
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/quaaludeband/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/quaalude_official
Youtube: https://bit.ly/QuaaludeYT 

Quaalude – Simplicity [Single]

Credits & Lyrics

Credits:

Text by Noemi Terruzzi.
Musiche di Federico Michele Merli, Federico Cesaro ed Erik Benedettini.
Recorded and mixed by Roberto Gallo Salsotto at the S8recording in Senago (MI).
Mastered at ER Mixing in Warsaw (Poland) by Romano Erafficci  
Video and artwork produced by Josemperzv – dbStudio (Venezuela). 

Lyrics:

Quaalude – Simplicity

A good day in September flew away
It was easy to stay with you and play the game
I will never forget the simplicity
Of being together


Become the man that you are is easier, easier
All the streets will lead us to us, It’s dreamier, dreamier
Become the man that you are is easier, easier

A good day in November you ran away
All alone in the street and play the game
Tomorrow we’ll do nothing together

Become the man that you are is easier, easier
All the streets will lead us to us, It’s dreamier, dreamier
Become the man that you are is easier, easier

I won’t let you go, let you go
I won’t let you go, let you go
Become the man that you are is easier, easier

A good day in December you’re gone away
All alone in the room and play the game
Today we’ll do nothing together

Become the man that you are is easier, easier
All the streets will lead us to us, It’s dreamier, dreamier
Become the man that you are is easier, easier

I won’t let you go, let you go
I won’t let you go, let you go
Become the man that you are is easier, easier
I won’t let you go, let you go
I won’t let you go, let you go

Become the man that you are is easier, easier
Become the man that you are is easier, easier

All the streets will lead us to us, It’s dreamier, dreamier
Become the man that you are is easier, easier

Aaahh!!! Real Records to release Christmas-themed compilation album in benefit of The Trussell Trust.

Cambridge-based independent record label Aaahh!!! Real Records to release Christmas-themed compilation album in benefit of The Trussell Trust.

Cambridge-based Aaahh!!! Real Records will – on Friday 4th December 2020 – release Sleighing Hunger, a twenty-track compilation with all proceeds going to The Trussell Trust.

The tracks on offer vary wildly, featuring songs both old and new. Artists featured include London based indie rockers Tellison, classically-trained pianist Tensheds, Bristol’s Non Canon, Welsh poppunks Junior, and Cambridge folk act Naomi Randall.

Sleighing Hunger will be available from http://music.real-records.co.uk from Friday 4th December.

The release date coincides with “Bandcamp Friday”, the one day a month where music sales

platform Bandcamp waive their usual 15% fee, meaning any sales on the first day will generate even more money for the charity. The label and all acts have donated their time and art, and all proceeds – after Bandcamp fees and payment processing fees – will be donated to The Trussell Trust.

About Aaahh!!! Real Records:

Aaahh!!! Real Records is a Cambridge-based independent record label, with previous releases from the likes of folk-punk Jake Martin, synth-pop act LeBrock, and pop-punks Boston Manor.

About The Trussell Trust:

The Trussell Trust – registered charity in England & Wales (1110522) and Scotland (SC044246), and registered ltd. company in England & Wales (5434524) – support a nationwide network of food banks and together provide emergency food and support to people locked in poverty, and campaign for change to end the need for food banks in the UK.


Full track list:

(* denotes previously unreleased track)

01. Naomi Randall & Keith Somerville “Christmas in 73” *

02. Heartwork “Twenty Four”

03. Junior “Say You’re Coming Home”

04. False Adults “What’s in the Box?”

05. Johnny 99 “I Want an Alien For Christmas”

06. Old Man Boom “Krampus Comes to Town” *

07. Bub Thunder “The Antichristmas”

08. Just Add Monsters “Dominick the Donkey”

09. Tellison “Snow (Don’t Tell the Truth This Christmas)”

10. Tim Holehouse “Christmas in Prison” *

11. Non Canon “The Sayings of the Christmas Seers” *

12. Beverley Kills “Walking in the Air”

13. Death to Slow Music “Like Christmas”

14. MC iPod “Wishlist (Please Don’t Bomb Me This Christmas)”

15. Mark Ellis “Send Love This Christmas” *

16. Atom and the Splits “Rip Up My Diary [Off World Objects

Remix]” *

17. B-Sydes “Let it Snow”

18. I Said Goodbye “Sorry Mr. Johnson” *

19. Alessia & Jacob “Muppets at Christmas” *

20. Tensheds “Silent NIght”

Full release details:

Artist: Various Artists

Title: Sleighing Hunger

Catalogue Number: KRUMM137

Record Label: Aaahh!!! Real Records

Format: Digital Download from http://music.real-records.co.uk

Release Date: Friday 4th December 2020

Sound artist David Hopewell’s extraordinary Dinosaurs Among Us

Sound artist David Hopewell’s extraordinary Dinosaurs Among Us

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  1. Sound artist David Hopewell’s extraordinary Dinosaurs Among Us is released as a download on 18th December2020 on Cae Gwyn Records.
  1. Hopewell is a musician and sound artist living in North Wales with particular interests in improvisation, environmental recordings and live performance. His work appears regularly in a variety of concert settings, as installations in art galleries, and occasionally gets played on BBC Radio 3.

    The high-speed complexity of birdsong cannot be fully appreciated by human ears. When slowed down it becomes a thing of wonder: Charlie Parker riffs; choirs; overtone singing; some bloke whistling a catchy tune; gentle humming.

    The source sounds forDinosaurs Among Us are recordings of springtime birdsong in North Wales. Both Dinosaurs Among Us and Urvogel start with unedited, slowed-down recordings. Snippets of found music are then teased out into more structured compositions.

    A version of Dinosaurs Among Us with an accompanying video was produced for Oscilloscope, a monthly(currently on-line) event focusing on experimental electronic music.
    The video can be viewed

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The ancestors of modern birds were feathered dinosaurs. Perhaps those ancient creatures sounded like the slowed-down birds in this piece. The long immersion mix uses the recordings to create a 26m minute-long acoustic environment that links the imagined sounds of dinosaurs with the songs of modern birds and studio electronics.

http://davidhopewell.co.uk/

http://recordiaucaegwyn.com/
Twitter: @CaeGwynRecords

John J Presley announces new solo lockdown release “Albany Sessions”

John J Presley announces new solo lockdown release “Albany Sessions” and shares new track Sunday Service from the record.


During the extended stay-at-home order of the last few months, John J Presley found himself operating solo with the guitar and all that surrounded him. Exploring new sounds and ideas for a series of newly penned tracks, some fresh takes of past releases and a stunning cover version of In My Time Of Dying – previously approached by the likes of Dylan & Led Zeppelin – John found an escape in expressing himself without the usual recording session pressures.

Recording, producing and mixing everything himself from his home in Brighton, England, John has pulled the 13 tracks together under the “Albany Sessions” banner and will be releasing them on limited edition vinyl. Accompanied by a series of live videos from the recording process itself the record is being issued as a physical-only release, on a beautiful translucent-red vinyl LP via Music For Heroes on 11th December.  

It is available to pre-order now – https://www.johnjpresley.com/shop/


https://www.facebook.com/John-J-Presley-180387252007865/

https://twitter.com/john_j_presley

https://www.instagram.com/johnjpresley/


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TENSHEDS ANNOUNCES NEW ALBUM

  1. TENSHEDS ANNOUNCES NEW ALBUM ‘THE DAYS OF MY CONFINEMENT’
    A BRAND NEW RECORD WRITTEN & RECORDED DURING LOCKDOWN
    RELEASED INDEPENDENTLY ON 27TH NOVEMBER 2020

    ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

    Tensheds new album ‘The Days Of My Confinement’ see’s the award-winning artist create a beautiful and moving body of work, entirely alone in isolation during lockdown.

    Tensheds is on a mission to make the piano King Again!

    Its March 22nd and Tensheds is performing his first ever live stream, having just cancelled a 42date UK tour, when a fan challenges him to “write a new song and play it next week”. It was this moment that the acorn for this album was planted, and a series of weekly live streams was born.

    One week later, and never one to shy away from a challenge, Tensheds performs the new song.

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  1. He then wowed his online audience by announcing he’ll write and perform a new song every week throughout lockdown, and that these songs will form a brand new acoustic album called ‘The Days Of My Confinement’.

    Fast forward ten weeks and Tensheds is premiering the entire album, as well as sharing his birthday with his final live stream – which had know become affectionally known as the Punk Palace Sessions. Talking about the album, “Behind the large black studded Victorian door that separated me from the eerily empty streets, I immersed myself in his this body of work. It became my whole world. Writing, performing and recording the songs all at the same time was intense. The challenge of creating a body of work that would reflect this historic moment in our lives, yet still be relevant beyond it was immense.

    ‘The Days Of My Confinement’ isn’t my story at all, it was never going to be. These songs were written during incredibly sad and difficult times and I want people to be able find themselves in this music”. Recording the album in lockdown meant the multi-instrumentalist was isolated in his makeshift home studio, playing all the instruments as well as taking on the roll of producer and engineer -never have the words ‘solo album’ been more apt. It was only natural then, that such an album would become ‘A Celebration of the Piano’.

    Drawing on his classical training gained from the Royal Scottish Academy of Music, Tensheds constructs intricate and elaborate Rachmaninoff inspired arrangements that showcase his virtuosic musical prowess. He builds layers of pianos to create thick luscious textures on tracks such as Ticking Clocks which then contract amazingly to the unnervingly bare songs like Cotton Wool World. There is nowhere to hide on this record, not that Tensheds needs to when you sit him behind a piano.

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  1. What adds to the uniqueness of this album is the fact that Tensheds shared the entire journey directly with his fans. From writing the songs through to recording, he opened the doors to the whole process; “I’ve always been quite private about everything, especially art in its un-polished form, and to be honest I wasn’t into the whole online vibe. However, once I embraced this and the ability to share everything directly with my fans, it was incredible. I was genuinely heartbroken when it all stopped”.

    Once recorded, Tensheds handed over mixing duties to Jez Leather at the Dynamite Jet Saloon, going through the process of mixing via email and phone calls due to lockdown restrictions. Jez absolutely compliments Tensheds vision and brings this unique record to completion. ‘The Days Of My Confinement’ is released on November 27th, less that 12 months since his previous release ‘Deathrow Disco’ – an album Tensheds was in the middle of touring when he hadto turn the van around and head home.

    Who knew that such an event would give birth to this brand new piece of work?

    http://tensheds.com/index.html






In Time Of Covid We Need Fuzz – Introducing The Rakevines from Swansea

Hi there!

We are Thee Rakevines from Swansea and we wonder if you’d be so kind as to take a listen to our stuff and possibly give us a shout out?

Essentially a garage punk outfit with a softer side that occasionally peeks out from behind the wall of snot and attitude…


Put together over lockdown in order to keep the creative juices flowing, the band is comprised mainly of the Lewis family (Adda from These Thrilling Lies, Cian from String Theory and Byddia a musical theatre artist) and has a revolving door of contributing artists! 

We’ve now self released five tracks to date which can be found on most streaming platforms:
https://open.spotify.com/artist/0YaVfbPtpLakBQPbwOObru?si=YL9Y6-1KTi6GpYLCiyeYNQ
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5-vlMShuMBsJrJHfbqYR6w

It’s primitive, it’s not sophisticated…but it’s been fun!

If you’ve gotten this far, thanks for reading!
Stay cool
Adda

https://www.facebook.com/Thee-Rakevines-109687230797943