Today we have a brand new release from Hog Wild. The self-titled EP has five tracks which were recorded by the duo from home in about a week, and have a real scuzzy energy about them. Think electronic tinged grunge pop and you’re not too far off.
You can find the full EP for free only on our Bandcamp at cowtonguetaco.com. There may or may not be a tape to come later.
Photos by Lee Jones. Artwork by the fantastic Ghostvoices / Jake Brown.
Today we are extremely pleased to be announcing a new artist – Glasgow’s Something in a Tank, and their double EP release.
Something In A Tank is the ‘half-arsed solo project’ of Michael Drum, formerly of Glasgow’s infamous We Are The Physics. It’s on the noisey, dirty end of ‘artrock’, and all produced by one solitary human.
From the horse’s mouth:
In an attempt to do something other than badly play the drums, Michael started fannying about in December 2016 and has released two EPs to date, one of which is an absolute shiter. The other just sucks.
The last EP is a mixture of aggressive guitars (played badly), over-compressed drums and vocals that could be described as ‘just shouting’. For fans of Retox, Hot Nerds, Ima Robot, Faith No More and DMX.
This release itself brings together two separate EPs: ‘Sink or Swim’, and ‘Never Quite the Desired Effect’. As a bonus, there are also two extra tracks included that were up til now unreleased. Grab your copy on the shop here.
For more music, check out somethinginatank.bandcamp.com for full releases, and soundcloud.com/somethinginatank for demos and things of that ilk.