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Disgu!se – Grammatically Correct album

Posted on May 18, 2016
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Disgu!se-Grammatically Correct

“ Enjoyed the album in the sense that it’s music that I understand that is well delivered in this age of music technology. Very musical.”  - Billy Ocean

 

‘GRAMMATICALLY CORRECT’ – DISGU!SE – HEARTFELT RECORDS

After the success of the limited vinyl-only ‘Disgu!se Remixes’ series, with remixes by Consequence (Exit Records/ Tempa), L-OW (PROJECT:squared) as well as Disgu!se themselves, Heartfelt Records is very pleased to announce the release of Disgu!se’s debut album ‘Grammatically Correct’.

As an album it contains originals of the songs that appeared on the ‘Disgu!se Remixes’ releases, such as the sultry ‘Inside Out Of Love’ as well as the infectious ‘Listen To Me’, alongside new cuts such as ‘Apostrophe S’ and ‘I Only Want To Be With You’ which features a guest appearance from Andy Gill from Gang of Four on guitar.

‘Grammatically Correct’ traverses Synth Pop and Post Punk to create an interesting but non-derivative blend that will at times find you humming along, and at times leave you hypnotised, proving to be a cohesive and well-rounded debut that bodes well for this exciting act.

Available on limited edition vinyl (with free CD), CD and Digital.

Distributed by Cargo.

Tracklist:

  1. Camera
  2. Listen To Me
  3. Heirloom
  4. Apostrophe S
  5. Inside Out Of Love
  6. I Only Want To Be With You (ft. Andy Gill)
  7. Hourglass
  8. Candles
  9. All That Is

Vinyl and CD purchase:

http://disguisemusic.bandcamp.com/album/grammatically-correct

Label Soundcloud:

https://soundcloud.com/heartfelt-records

'Listen To Me' video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AV-gXWPaj6s

www.disguisemusic.co.uk

Dickies play Newcastle Cluny 9th August

Posted on May 10, 2016
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The Dickies return to these shores and the Tuesaday after Rebellion are playing The Cluny in Newacstle-upon-Tyne, that's 9th August.

Tickets available from: www.gigbox.co.uk

The Dickies Newcastle Cluny 9th August

Steve Ignorant’s Slice of Life – ‘Live At The Forum 2015’ LP

Posted on May 2, 2016
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Steve Ignorant's Slice of Life

NEW RELEASE NEWS!!

 
Steve Ignorant’s Slice Of Life
‘Live at the Forum 2015’
Overground Records OVER 151LP: 300 only

Release date: 6th May 2016

Having cut his punk teeth in Crass, Steve Ignorant’s latest project – Slice Of Life – allows for the more contemplative side of his song-writing to reveal itself. Like musical depictions of a British kitchen-sink drama, the songs provide vivid vignettes of the everyday. Both personal and universal, Slice of Life present ruminations from the bar stool honed on the late-night walk home. Musically, the band is built on an acoustic arrangement of piano, guitar and bass.

Steve’s songwriting had been an influence on Sleaford Mods’ Jason Williamson who became an instant fan of Slice of Life and requested they support them on their Key Markets tour.Each show would start with Mark Wynn, followed by Slice of Life and ending with the Sleaford Mods playing to capacity crowds. On and off stage the tour was a huge success and clearly showed what could be achieved when working with like minded people.

This album ‘Live at the Forum 2015’ will give a taste of that tour and will show that having shed the punk noise that defined Crass, Slice of Life retain the emotional impact and compassion that has long distinguished Steve’s work.

With preparations underway for a second studio album it was decided the pressing should be limited, so it’s available as one-off pressing of just 300 copies.

The album contains four live tracks which have yet to be recorded.

Slice of Life are:
Steve Ignorant – Vocals
Carol Hodge – Piano, backing vocals
Pete Wilson – Guitar, backing vocals
Pete Rawlinson – Bass guitar

Track listing:
Our World / Love And A Lamp-post / Slaughterhouse / Your Day Will Come / Eleven Chimneys / Stretford Blue /The Way Things Are / Slice Of Life

Overground Records: www.overgroundrecords.co.uk

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