Thursday 28 April 2011

The Joke


I picked up "What's THIS For...! " on vinyl today. "Exit" is indeed the last song on it.

Thursday 14 April 2011

Patrick Kelleher/School Tour Split


CF records (formally Cass/Flick ) have released a split cassette with me (School Tour) and Patrick Kelleher.The thirty one minutes long tape is limited to 100 copies and includes a MP3 download code.
The tape can be bought from CF Records Here.You can listen to the whole of my side below and download the first song.

School Tour/Patrick Kelleher Split by School Tour

And here is one of Patrick's songs.
This Room by Patrick Kelleher

Patrick and I with Catscars in tow will be hitting Belfast tomorrow, more info here.

Saturday 9 April 2011

School Tour/Patrick Kelleher - Mega Muscle Mix

Photo: Peter (Wolf) Sims.
Post boss sounds compiled and mixed by Patrick And I for our belfast "brahs" over at CF records.
Features alot of dubby bass, overdriven synths songs and summer street jams as well as two songs from the best re-releases Ive hear this year; Chrisma's Hibernation and Harold Grosskopf's Synthesist.

School Tour/Patrick Kelleher - Mega Muscle Mix by CF Records
Tracklisting
1. Underground - Declan Q Kelly
2. The Gambling Song of the Big Sandy River - John Jacob Niles
3. Circles of Mania - Coil
4. Careering - Public Image Limited
5. Flying Turns - Crash Course In Science
6. Day breaks Night Heals - Thomas Leer & Robert Rental
7. We R - Chrisma
8. 5-8-6 (Peel Sessions) - New Order
9. SO WEIT, SO GUT - Harald Grosskopf
10. Pull up to the Bumper - Grace Jones
11. Double Dutch - Malcolm McLaren
12. Pass The Dutchie - Musical Youth
13. Woke Up Laughing - Robert Palmer
14. Police And Thieves - Junior Murvin
15. Morning Sun - Al Murray And The Cimarons
16. Le Vent Nous Portera - Noir D├ęsir
17. Aviva - Chinawoman
18. I Cry (Night After Night) - The Egyptian Lover
19. Eye In The Sky (33 1/3 RPM) - The Alan Parsons Project

Friday 8 April 2011

How To Dress Well - Suicide Dream 1&2

Nightvisions of angels, in silhouette. Peaking lights flashing from behind. Speakers explode with the heavenly howls as they descends. Everything else around falls in on its self. Chest heavy now then light as you fall fast. Faster and faster. The bedroom floor no longer there to break the momentum. Faster and faster. Stratosphering with out care.



How To Dress Well has made an album that is truly astonishing, once (if) you (can) get passed all the distortion clipping.
I picked up the Tri Angle's re-release of Love Remains LP here, since my local record shop couldnt order it got some reason.