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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.
STOCKSNSKINS prepare for summer in their own unique style by inviting us all round for some Drinks ‘n’ Nibbles
Bournemouth’s masters of bass and beat poetry STOCKSNSKINS crash into summer with their new EP Drinks ‘n’ Nibbles released on the 15th of May 2020.
Vain Machine announce their Disconnect EP, which contrasts real life with the online world of social media
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.
Those behemoths of #blackmetalgaydisco, St Lucifer, trail their new rarities & remixes compilation with a surprise 2-track single entitled Razor/Eraser. You can watch the video for Razor below.
With Adrian starting his PhD. and building work commencing on Chez Trash, we’d planned to have a bit of a breather for the first half of 2020. But with the backroom team at AnalogueTrash expanding, and quite a few of our roster creating some of their best music yet, things changed. So, with a hearty shout of ‘Leroy Jenkins’, let’s spill the beans on what we’re doing during our ‘quiet period’.
Well, we’ve reached the end of the year and as is tradition virtually everywhere across the web, it’s time to pull up a warm chair, pour a comfortable drink, settle back, and remember all the amazing things that happened over the last twelve months at Team Trash HQ.
Jenny, Ricardo, and The Lancashire Hotpots have joined forces to take a trip down memory lane with their heart-warming and hilarious take on a 1981 British Christmas TV advert, Have A Cracking Christmas.
After an exciting and at times, tumultuous year St Lucifer, are desecrating Christmas and seeing out the old year a bit early with a gig on Friday the 13th at Fuel in Manchester and the announcement of a 24 track retrospective album: Biphoria / The Violation of St Lucifer.
The Cowls (aka Damion Jurrens) have announced a new album, Should It Feel Like This? It’s already up for pre-order on Bandcamp; read on to find out more.