R*E*P*E*A*T Lockdown Tea Party Play List
May 3rd 2020
A selection of the tunes we've been playing at our
weekly online virtual tea parties, follow us on Facebook
to join in!
Lovely Eggs- Bear Pit
Their new album release tour has been postponed due to the virus,
but I Am Moron is available now from friendly record stores or online.
Here's their Bear Pit
Sylvette - Memories
Sylvette are a 5 piece art rock band from Manchester, who our tea
party regular Carwyn hopes to hang out with when he heads to the City.
Unconventional song structures, surreal lyrics, favourites of New Order's
Ratbags - Zoe Can't Skate
First coming to our attention through playing with the incredible Gaffa
Tape Sandy and Skeggs, Bristol's Ratbags describe themselves as"kinda
punk, kinda garage, kinda pop, kinda not".
Porij - I Like That
Another band from England's second city, "The Manchester band
most likely to make you throw some serious shapes" according
to the Manchester Evening News.
Windshake - Must Have Been Young
Bristol / Swansea based Windshake hit us up with some Psychedelic
Rock'n'Roll as chosen by Kaz and Allen of Creature Sound.
The Lounge Society Generation Game
Heard on a random 6Music listen, Lounge Society boast that "While
some bands make music that pats you on the back, The Lounge Society
make music that kicks you in the teeth - just like nature intended."
Sweet Trip - Chocolate Matter
Shoegazey beats and electronic experimentation combine to create otherworldly
but very listenable soundscapes. From San Francisco.
The Larks - MaggieMaggieMaggiePutOutOut
Once described as like James Brown covering the Ramones, or was it the
other way around? Any similarity to a recently released seditious track
from a Swansea supergroup is entirely non coincidental.
Angelica - Why Did You Let My Kitten Die?
Aiming for some sort of symmetry in this playlist, this wonderfully
infectious lament of lost trust features a Lovely Egg in an earlier
B.U.H, Gaffa Tape Sandy, Kulk and Seymour Quigley-
They Want Us To Die
We can hardly not mention this powerful rage against a government willing
to sacrifice its population in the pursuit of profit and power. Written
and recorded just before the pandemic, its grooves will get you moving
just as its lyrics get you fuming. Blue Flexi Vinyl version available
from R*E*P*E*A*T bandcamp.
Profits to local foodbanks. Who don't want you to die...
The Goob (movie), Hull post punkers Auto Suggestion on soundcloud
and our debut R*E*P*E*A*T release from way back in 1996 but still sounding
perfect, Freeboy's Patrick's Got Me Down
See previous playlists here