“Part 1 formed in 1980 and were part of the original London anarcho-punk scene. During the early 1980s they played a number of gigs, often withRudimentary Peni, who the band became associated with, as well as other acts operating around the London Anarchy Centres funded byCrass’ Bloody Revolutions 7”. Part 1’s final gig (before reforming in 2013) was at the 100 Club in 1983 with Subhumans.
The band’s only vinyl release during this time was the Funeral Parade EP , released in October 1982. As well as an anarcho-punk classic, the record is now regarded as a seminal deathrock release – largely due to the dark, heavily flanged guitar work, morbid imagery, and anti-religious lyrical themes. Indeed, Part 1 have been described as “England’s Ultimate Cult Deathrock band.” (CVLT Nation)
This very special reissue finally sees this lost classic receiving a long-deserved quality release: A remastered 12″ vinyl in a deluxe gatefold sleeve with accompanying horror zine I…Paraworm, packed with never-seen text and unpublished artworks from the pen of guitarist Mark Ferelli, all contemporaneous to the 1982 release.
In 2013, founding members Ferelli and Jake Baker (vocals), reformed the band with long-time admirer Chris Low (ex-Apostles, Oi Polloi, Political Asylum) on drums; later joined by David Barnett (ex-Adam & the Ants,Guernica, Lola Colt) on bass. Their first reformation show was at the Rebellion Festival that summer, 30 years after their last live performance. Since then, Part 1 have played a number of gigs to great acclaim and enthusiastic response with further releases and concerts scheduled for 2015.”
Mixing the Pacifics “Say You Love Me” EP on Mistkäfer Records.
“Dublin bovver boot beat boys featuring members of Faux Kings and The #1s. This self played and self recorded 7″ is young, dumb and full of manners. FFO Punk music in the club style and the Beatles. Fucking arseholes don’t get it.”
I will be away and touring with the Red Dons until August 1st and will be unable to work on any projects during this time.
I am taking bookings for August and I will return your email as soon as I can.
RED DONS TOUR DATES:
6/18 – DETROIT @ Lager House Detroit w/ Hysterese, Devious Ones
6/19 – HAMILTON @ TBA (early show)
6/19 – TORONTO @ Bridge Show
6/20 – OTTAWA @ Ottawa Explosion
6/21 – MONTREAL @ Casa del Popolo w/ Destruction Unit
6/23 – COLUMBUS @ Ace of Cups w/ Nervosas
6/24 – BLOOMINGTON @ Madison Square Garden w/ Nervosas
6/25 – CHICAGO @ Burlington w/ Nervosas, Daylight Robbery
If you cannot wait for my services below are some Mastering Studios I recommend.
Mastering Black Time “Aerial Gobs Of Love” on Förbjudna Ljud.
“The ”heavy vampire sound” is back! Black Time lives on forever in the heavenly garage. Tangles of wires and old drum machines plugged into buzzing amplifiers, burning funeral pyre of 60s catalogue guitars. They’re living dead corpses going through rock & roll motions, faded out echos of Lemmy Caution’s foggy notions.
This is Black Time’s 4th full length called “Aerial Gobs of Love”. Out now on Förbjudna Ljud. Bad vibes rarely sound this good!”
“Clocked Out are from north of the border and have been making killer thrashy punk for years now. This is their first full-length and is bursting with energy, tightness and attitude. They regularly garner comparisons to Clevo-style US hardcore like H100s and 9 Shocks Terror. Brutal, throat-wrecked vocals howling over high-charge, riff-tastic hardcore punk, with just the right amounts of mid-tempo rocking and just the right flashes of guitar lead. Memorable songs captured with a heavy production, a perfect execution of “hardcore punk”.”
“Fleshhead Attack is a young HC/Trash/Punk band from Eisenach in the centre of Germany. Last year we have recorded and mixed our album ‘brain parasite’ by ourselves in our practice room. The room is next to a cowhouse whose stink influences our music now and then. Beside the recordings we also made the merchandising by ourselves, as DIY is very important to us. We have already found an artist who drew our cover, so now there is just a label missing which wants to release it on vinyl !
Reviews for our demo
Maximum Rock’n’Roll # 369:
A young, German punk outfit with great snotty vocals that remind me of Neo Cons or the Fairfuck, and really good guitar riffs. There’s a thrash moment here and there, but it mostly charges at a bouncy mid-tempo. This is just the right lenght. Six tracks, none exceeding 1:45. Cool demo!
FLESHHEAD ATTACK – DEMO CD-R (self-released) Hailing from Eisenach, Germany this four-piece sounds like a relict of ten years ago. Fleshhead Attack blast through six wild and frantic hardcore-thrash assaults in the vein of Tear It Up, DS-13 and Vitamin X. The songs are all straight foward and super fast, but at the time they are filled with snotty blasting midtempo parts that recall the classic sound of Reagan Youth or Black Flag. Despite all the speed and power, the recordings offer plenty of catchy choruses and an undercurrent of occasional used melodies. This is really a very promising debut release.”
Mastering Jákup Eli “Konufólkapanikk/Spyr meg ikki hví” on Tutl Records.
“There you have it folks! The first Faroese 7″ single in almost 30 years! That means it’s the first one this century. Well actually, it’s even the first one this millennia!”
“Yes, here’s the long-lost second album by garage punk hit-machines The Hipshakes! Just over six years after it was recorded, finally a full release for Sounds We Found. It’s the Hipshakes first attempt to record in actual Medium Fidelity. Played at super speed with their usual ultra-excellent song writing ability on show, life, death and how to party are all dissected, usually in under two minutes. Former teen sensations from small market town, civil parish, capital of the Peak District and home of the Pudding – Bakewell – The Hipshakes have been friends since before they can remember. They bought instruments at 15 and have been playing together ever since. Early efforts were snotty-nosed and short, brilliant and bratty. With advancing years their noses may have dried up but the hits haven’t. Formed in 2001, their first slew of records and tours of Europe and America were unleashed between 2005 and 2008, calling in at South By Southwest and Gonerfest. 2014 unbelievably saw them tour the UK for the first time. On this record, they are a classic three piece combo of guitar, drums and bass: everyone writes songs and everyone sings them. They have travelled the world, played hundreds of gigs, released dozens of records and been cheered and jeered in roughly equal measure. Live, they are a ferociously exhilarating, mega-mondo smash-hit pop-fountain. They’ve shared the stage with the cream of the garage punk crop of the last ten years. The band are fans of the Soft Boys, Jay Reatard, Kinks, Black Lips, Wreckless Eric, Love Triangle, Swell Maps, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Wire, Red Cords, Nerves, Fuzz and MC5, so if you can dig those bands you might like the Hipshakes too.”
“Dark and bleak, yet driving and energetic; Onmacht assault you with thumping rhythms, jarring guitars and venom spitting, throat searing vocals. In these times of austerity and inequality, punks should be releasing records like this; angry, uncompromising and not afraid to be outspoken; this is punk fucking rock in all its pissed off, raging glory. As well as all that, this is a DIY co-operative release between several international labels. You need this record.”
Taken from I Buy Way Too Many Records:
“I was pleased to open up a package from Snappy Little Numbers containing a couple of their new releases. Readers may recognize that label from the stellar Hooper record that came out a couple of years ago or the equally great Friends Of Cesar Romero 7″ they released last year. It’s a label putting out some killer records and Spells fit in with the group nicely.
I’m not sure exactly how to describe Spells without raising your expectations too high. They have a party rock style that in places sound like a more garage-y Rocket From The Crypt. Now, don’t let the RFTC comparison set you up expecting Spells to be the best band in the world, that’s the domain of Rocket exclusively. Spells do share the same penchant for crafting songs with something of an attitude to them. I haven’t seen them play live, but I definitely get the impression that they probably know how to work a crowd.
Loud guitars, catchy hooks, driving drums; all of the ingredients I like in a band are there. Spells are really tight and show a ton of promise for a group with just a handful of singles under their belt so far. I’ll be keeping my eye on them and absolutely encourage Snappy Little Numbers to keep sending hits like this my way.”