onsdag 19 februari 2014

Great review of Growth from Still Single!

Doug Mosurock gives the debut 7" a great review and the ole recommended tag! Get it while you still can. We got about 20 copies left.

Growth – “The Flood” b/w “Turn” 7” (Human Audio Recordings)
Unearthed from the tower of 7” singles over here – and I’ll handily admit, it’s because I read someone else’s writing about it … sorry, I’m not your main source of review news anymore, though I’d like to be! – comes this mystery single from a Swedish label. Simple two-three chord bang, but slowed down a bit; literally all of the tension and melody comes out of the woman’s voice on “The Flood.” Ain’t much to this song but it’s the kind of thing you keep listening to a single where most others you’d just file (or dump). Someone made a comparison to Little Claw, which is meaningless to me (they may as well have never existed as a band), but a number of people looking for a rock thrill that’s a little unfinished and gets by on a human heart would do well to check this. “Turn” is a bit bluesier, in a really rudimentary Thalia Zedek clone sort of way (like 3rd-level “Multiplicity”) but is a strong enough comedown to the A-side. Reminds me of that band Flight for some reason, particularly their great 7” on Sweet Rot. 200 copies, very much available. (http://humanaudio.blogspot.com)
(Doug Mosurock)

måndag 27 januari 2014

Shop is updated!

We've updated the shop with a bunch of old Martin Savage stuff. Some rare and some on sale. A few more items to be added soon. Check it out here!

söndag 26 januari 2014

Martin Savage Gang 7" out feb 12!!

Yeah, we got the debut 7" from Martin Savage Gang out february 12. It was recorded last september at Electraphonic Studio in Memphis by no other than Scott Bomar. "Throw It Away" b/w "In My Mind". One powerpop punker backed with a garagerock pounder. Can't fail with this one! Video and artwork coming soon.

In the next days we're gonna update the cart with some ol' Martin Savage stuff. Get up on the way down!

söndag 8 december 2013

Growth review from Termbo

Growth "Turn" 7"
Dark and plodding two guitars/no bass/drums blues-garage from Martin Savage's Human Audio imprint. Reverbed female vocals are the centerpiece of both tracks, and hearing her voice crack a bit on "The Flood" gives the tune some drama that the textbook strum-n-bang instrumentation lacks. "Turn" is the better track, summoning some bad juju vibes with devilish guitar pluck and an angry but controlled slo-mo stompout. Meh. Scum stats: 200 copies.(RK)
(Human Audio Recordings // humanaudio.blogspot.com)