Thee Alcoholics / Pohl – Two new albums

October 2nd. Two new releases on Wrong Speed. Cassette / digital. Keep a close eye on the WS Bandcamp page.

Thee Alcoholics. This arrived in my inbox fully formed. A classic sounding noise rock record like you’d have heard in ’89. 25 minutes long. Ten songs. Unknown line up. South East London.

From Cosmic Carnage – “THEE ALCOHOLICS absolutely floored me. It took me back to the days of bands like Todd and Men of Unitus mixed with a Pharoah Overlord kinda’ vibe. Motorik filth!”

The Pohl album is equally monstrous. This Bristol duo destroy. There were epic plans for this but life got in the way. I thought it had to be heard in one form or another. I hate good sounds being lost to time. FFO: Ty Segall / Killdozer.

From Birthday Cake For Breakfast: “Listening to first single ‘Parasite‘, I closed my eyes and thought about nothing else. A word soon began to materialise again and again in the dark fog – ‘RIPPER’! Folks – listen for yourself, you’ll likely be of the opinion that this ripper rips!”

Both out on Friday October 2nd. No presell. These will be in stock. 50 x cassette of each album, a fiver each. Pay what you want download. No messing. Cheers.

Hey Colossus – Dances/Curses

Wrong Speed is releasing the 13th Hey Colossus album. It’s a 2xLP / 2xCD, 75 minute long, focused, monster. Here’s the first song that’s available to check out, feat. Mark Lanegan.

You can pre-order from the Wrong Speed Bandcamp

Release date: November 6th.

If you want the vinyl and you live in the US please go to the Learning Curve Records site.

Wrong Speed Radio Show

Listen back to August 9th’s show HERE

Tracklisting: Yasuaki Shimizu, Oxbow, Physique, Loraine James, Lords, The Obsessed, R.A.P Ferreira, WS80, Tony Njoku, Booji Boys, Unit Ama, Bad Breeding, ISS, Sweet Williams, Yumiko Morioka

Every Sunday. 9-10pm, 107.1FM in Somerset. Or if you’re anywhere else on the planet: gfm.org.uk

Wrong Speed Radio, 2nd Aug

The second Wrong Speed radio show was broadcast last night. It’s every week, Sunday, 9-10pm. 107.1fm in Somerset or http://www.gfm.org.uk to listen online.

Listen back HERE for one week.

Tracklist – Mort Garson, Chain Whip, Coriky, Penny Penny, Fra Fra, Drecxiya, Reciprocate, Uranium Club, No Class, Malibu Ken, Sial, Alexander Tucker, Miracle, Model Home, Blonde Redhead.

Acidliner + Bass Clef preorders up now

Two of my favourite tapes from the last decade. Acidliner came out 2019, Bass Clef in 2011. I’m pressing them on very limited vinyl, 100 of each. I’m having one, there will be 99 spare.

You can get them from either Bandcamp or Big Cartel – There is also the new label t-shirt.

BASS CLEF

Originally released in 2011 on cassette on the Magic+Dreams label. This album has been played endlessly at the Wrong Speed HQ for all that time. It’s so damn good. A love letter to the 90s rave scene?

I wanted it on vinyl so here it is. This album will not be available digitally.

ACIDLINER

This album flew under many radars when it was released by the New Atlantis imprint in 2019. It crashed into mine. Was a top ten album for me last year. Ambient Autechre?

100 vinyl, limited press. So excited to get this.

Listen back

The first Wrong Speed radio show (broadcast 26th July) is now up to be listened too. It’ll be online for one week. Go: HERE

Tracklisting: Crass, Limp Wrist, Sly+The Family Drone, Aesop Rock, Country Teasers, Umoja, Chisel, Roy of the Ravers, Thundercat, Workin Man Noise Unit, Chubby and the Gang, Liaison Dangereuse, Rene Costy, Fitness Womxn, Low, Acidliner.

Next show is on Sunday, and will be every Sunday, 9-10pm, 107.1fm (if you’re in Somerset) or online here.

Wrong Speed Radio Show

From today (July 19th) and every Sunday from now on there will be a Wrong Speed radio show.

It’s from 9-10pm. 107.1FM if you’re in the central Somerset area. You can listen online via the GFM website. You’ll also be able to listen again through the following week.

99% music, 1% me stumbling over words to tell you what the music is.

What can possibly go wrong.

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