More Life / You Vomit Blood~;+===

On 1st July 2013 we will happily release the debut AA single by

In Posterface

More Life / You Vomit Blood~;+===

The limited (200 copies) 33rpm 7” comes in a screen-printed sleeve designed by Jamie and Rickie McNeill Brothers and contains a CDR of the LP-length mixtape ‘no1’.

In Posterface

New Smack Wizards record O U T N O W! Tape, CD & Download

poster by waldo
poster by jack

The new Smack Wizards record is now available on Tape, CD & Download.

Hey Enemy - Random Acts of Malpractice LP

Way back in feb 2008, we did a download release for Hey Enemy. It was our second ever and I think pretty much their first. They have since rocked tours across Europe and released real records on vinyl and plastic, and now they're back for more. We are stocking some of the limited LP vinyl in our distro for £8 +p&p.

Buy and Sample the "Hey Enemy - Random Acts of Malpractice" record here

Smack Wizards march minitour

GLASGOW tuesday 19th march w/ Hey Enemy (LP Launch) & Vasquez @ Bar Bloc (FREE)
LONDON friday 22nd march w/ Liberez, Tense Men & Shabash @ Power Lunches (£3)
LEEDS saturday 23rd march w/ ETAI KESHIKI & Cowtown (House Show! - get in touch)

smack wizards live session video

smack wizards out at bridgton practice centre january 2013.

live track caught on three cams and tascam tape recorder, synchronised then mashed on computer until it could take no more.

smack wizards will shortly release a new ep through winning sperm party with tracks recorded by chris white (wsp/falafel recordings), also out at bridgton.

smack wizards are a band based in glasgow who play locally and around europe in various improvised forms.

video and sound by rob alexander

Pee Six & Skitter - Old Hairdresser's 18th Jan 2013

This was a Cry Parrot promoted show at the Old Hairdresser's, Glasgow. Pee Six and Skitter perform for their second time live as a duo.

Listen to/Buy all their gear from http://skitter.bandcamp.com/

L’Œillère - Glasgow flat (4/2/13)

This is the first in a new series presenting a new video every day or night for the time foreseeable.

L’Œillère, a self-proclaimed classical guitar hero, lives up to his word. He is from Bordeaux and lives in Belgium. http://www.loeillere.com/

Thanks to those who came to this wsp gig and the other great talents who played... it was a real pleasure.
La Gloïre, Sarah Kenchington + Emma Bowen, Mary Column

4th Feb 2013
St George's Road, Glasgow

You Don't Masturbate free download party!!!

This Friday you are invited to download the latest record written, performed, produced and mastered in Perth by YOU DON'T MASTURBATE.

1 Soft and Domesticated
2 Theoretical Testicle
3 All My Shoes are Made by children
4 Slippered
5 Vegetable Valley
6 Four Anorexics Go Clothes Shopping

You are then free to listen using your computer or portable media device, burn to CD, copy to Tape, cut to Vinyl or whatever you need to do.

The event will take place right here on the internet, specifically winningspermparty.com at 00:00

This video is YDM performing at the Kind Man, Glasgow in September 2012.

Real stars in 2012 (part 1)

This has no order or anything. I filmed nearly everything I saw (live music) in 2012 and didn't get round to sharing it all at the time. So here is some new stuff, plus highlights in case you missed. The bands are all from Glasgow and the gigs are all in Glasgow too. More parts to come soon!

Tut Vu Vu
These are some real nice jazzers. They have real instruments including clarinet, trumpet, piano, drums x2 and some array of analogue synths and sound effects. They play their own experimentations as well as tunes by the likes of Ornette Coleman and appear to be having a good time!

Here they are on the 20th December at the CCA. Before they play is a little bit of Romany Dear's great performance from the same night!

Golden Teacher
An exciting collaboration between the Pitt brothers of Ultimate Thrush, Silk Cut and others. And half of them have just spent december '12 in Africa searching for new grooves - one to watch out for!

This is their first gig at the Sub Club at the night of Optimo Music, who will soon release their record.

Vars of Litchi
Long favoured as top entertainers on the local circuit, VOL had mostly been dormant for the best/worst part of the last couple of years. If you've not listened to their album before you can check it out on grooveshark. http://grooveshark.com/#!/album/Vars+Of+Litchi/6810659
Belter! This year the duo have played together again on a few occasions after no rehearsal and little discussion, revisiting favourites and improvising new ideas together for the first time live!

Here they are at their last gig of the year in The Old Hairdressers.

World Peace
The sporadic creative process lends this three-piece a wild quirky sound, and their live tunes are always delivered fresh off the cuff. In 2013 WP will release a tape on Clan Destine Records.

This is from their first gig we had the privilege of hosting for them at the Kind Man in Glasgow.

Yolk of Blood
This appears to be an incarnation (or spinoff?) of Fritz Welch's Asparagus Piss Raindrop project, which has been prominent throughout 2012. This improvised sludgy metal sound is fronted perfectly by the roar of Julia Scott (gropetown, fem bitch nation, palms, thoth etc.)

This is them at a Croc vs Croc "fuckin roller disco" crazy karaoke bonanza at the Kinning Park Complex.

more to come...

Life as We Know It

A collaborative exercise celebrating and commiserating humanity on its prosperity and certain downfall. Seven pieces were performed together at one main event that looked to our absent future.

The event was part of The Pipe Factory's Glasgow International festival programme and included work from members of Remember Remember, Happy Particles, Thoth, Organs of Love, Smack Wizards, The Rosy Crucifixion, Ultimate Thrush, Gropetown and Palms with artists Claudia Nova, Andrew Houston, Carmel O'Brien, Zoe Williams, Scott Caruth, Hannah Summers, Karina Baillie, Douglas Morland, Lucy Anderson, Vickie McDonald, Deena E Jacobs and Sinead Young. Curated by Joan Sweeney for the Pipe Factory's GI programme.

1. Organs of Love | Zoe Williams, Scott Caruth, Claudia Nova, Andrew Houston & Carmel O'Brien
2. Steven Kane & Graeme Ronald | Lucy Anderson
3. Laurie Pitt & Vickie McDonald | Vickie McDonald
4. Smack Wizards | Hannah Summers & Karina Baillie
5. Young & Young | Sinead Young
6. Thoth | Deena E Jacobs
7. The Rosy Crucifixion | Douglas Morland

Audio recorded by Colin Stewart
Video recorded by Beth Dynowski and Rob Alexander
Video edited by Rob alexander