Sunday, March 27, 2005

True Swamp Neglect

Signed to Bournmouth's Superglider label True Swamp Neglect make one hell of a racket!!
Described in some quarters as the British Pavement (not that I ever visit those quarters) they make sounds and songs worthy of anyones bedroom............or living room......if you don't have parents like I had (still have actually but thankfully many miles away from my house) who would frequently shout upstairs "Get that bloody shit off before I put me foot through it". I remember one afternoon sat in my bedroom minding my own business playing The Fall's Peel Session EP and getting about half way through "No Xmas For John Keys" when my dad kicked the door open and stood there with blood vessels bulging out of the side of his extremely red face, looking like he was going to combust at any moment. He tried to shout but such was his rage all he did was splutter and growl something along the lines of "where did we go wrong...uh..aah..GET THIS FUCKIN' FREAK CRAP OFF NOW ......err....umm....there's a good lad, why don't you go outside for a bit." With that he wandered slowly back down the stairs and could be heard muttering "Bloody pornography". I don't know if The Fall have ever been described is pornography before but my dad has a way with words.
Anyway back to the matter in hand. True Swamp Neglect have an album avaliable from Superglider. It's called "Sleep Function Lost" and will set you back a tenner. It will also look very nice on your fireplace so get on.

True Swamp Neglect - The Shield
True Swamp Neglect - Dry Eyed Riot

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