New limited edition 7” EP from CTMF! 600 copies on black vinyl! In April CTMF recorded a session for Marc Riley’s BBC 6Music show. We’re releasing the recordings on a new 7” EP. TRACKLISTING 1 – When You Stop Loving Me 2 – Hurt Me 3 – My Love Was Felled 4 – Pretend “’When […]
VERY LIMITED EDITION 7″ on THREE COLOURS – BROWN, BROWN SMOKE and YELLOW SMOKE “The UK, the country that bought us Johnny Rotten, Sid Vicious…and The Snivelling Shits.” Stephen King (Danse Macabre) On December 15,2018 The Snivelling Shits played their first show in over 40 years, supporting Croydon legends Johnny Moped at the Lexington. On […]
MEDWAY GARAGE UPSTARTS! DEBUT LP! The Shadracks are a three-piece rock n’ roll group hailing from Medway, Kent, with Babylonian overtones. Drawing lyrics from the forgetfulness and lost hope the group aims to play 40 years in the past, but with modern precision. The origins of the group date back over 6 months when Huddie […]
The Senior Service return with a brand new cut; two sides of 7″ instrumental goodness that demands you put on those dancing shoes and set em on fire! Perfect for melting away that grey icy sheen of winter. If dancing ain’t your business then nod, smile and tap your foot as you indulge your ears in the whip-crack Western styled rumble of ‘Slingshot’.
Brand new album from Billy Childish’s CTMF!
“The punk was in me and it had to come out, You mite try to dismiss me as dockyard lout, but I never sort fame – I came to glory by a different rout”
Brand New 7” from Billy Childish’s CTMF!
500 COPIES ON BLACK VINYL!
Featuring alternate versions of two tracks from the band’s recent Brand New Cage LP.
Both versions are exclusive to this release.
Second single from the new CTMF album ‘Brand New Cage’
Exclusive b-side ‘The Field Was In Mist’
For one week in July this year Billy Childish & CTMF had the unique disctinction of airing radio sessions on both Marc Riley and Gideon Coe’s BBC 6Music shows.
Prior perception is a right nause, especially when it comes to The Galileo 7. This Kentish quartet have now been kicking out keen psych-pop nuggets since 2010, over the course of four albums and several 45s, but vocalist/guitarist/songwriter Allan Crockford’s illustrious past and parallel present, as bassist with a roll call of the greatest British bands of the past 30+ years – The Prisoners, The James Taylor Quartet, The Prime Movers, The Solarflares, Graham Day & The Forefathers – seems to have, weirdly,