Like everyone, COVID-19 has really sucked for us as a label, and as people. We very much miss the thrill of live music, the community of friends and fans we’ve gained over the years, and the connections we’ve lacked during lockdown. So, we’re doing our best to remedy that by having our own online label showcase and virtual get-together on Sunday the 30th of August, 2020.
Electro thrash pop / gender expanse wave duo LE FOMO will rattle your guts with rawness and cradle you with their catchy riffs. They’re gender expansive, genre expansive, multi-instrumentalists Ess Nelson (vocals, lyrics, synths, bass, beats, arrangement) and Kai Hofius (guitar, drums, lyrics, bass), based in Oakland, CA. Watch their new video, below.
Like everyone else, the events of the last four or five months have sent our lives and plans in directions we’d never have considered possible as the year began. For one thing, so much of what we do is based around promoting, attending, and arranging gigs, and not having that outlet has been a real promotional, emotional, and social loss for us.
It’s with great pleasure that we share the news that AnalogueTrash has signed a European distribution deal with electro thrash pop / gender fun luck wave duo LE FOMO, from Oakland in the United States. Read on to find out more.
The irrepressible duo of Jenny McLaren (vocals, guitars) and Ricardo Autobahn (synthesizers) better known as Spray, those national treasures of pop that have terrorised the music charts (and Cliff Richard) in various guises since the late 1990s, produce their first works of 2020 with a new EP Offerings From The Algorithm out 22nd of May 2020.
It’s been a little over a year since PreCog suddenly withdrew from making music, and they’ve been missed by many, including both Marks here at Team Trash HQ. The good news is they’re back with Valediction to give a formal farewell and a surprise third album.
After a busy end to 2019, where they released the single Invisible and played live in the UK for the first time to an appreciative audience in Birmingham, a rapturous welcome at Beat:Cancer Festival in London and wowed the crowd at Foundations’ Fuck Brexit event in Manchester, Vain Machine kick off spring with a new EP Disconnect.