Fizzing first single from Tyneside dischordo-pop heroes.
'Comes across like Quickspace in a snowstorm' - Simon Williams, NME
'If they were from Glasgow they would be seen as the saviours of guitar pop, or something' - Abuse
Fe2ioSomething Out There/Leave Your Light On 7" single
Debut single from Massachusetts harmony power trio. Recorded by Steve Albini. They rock. They're kind of deep. (Oh, and they're not called io anymore - see the links below)
Fe3SpraydogRun the Lights EP 7" EP
Tracks: Some Sort of Corporate Attack/Run the Lights/Us vs Mascis/Jimmy
More iridescent melodies and spark fused pop gems.
'Scratchy but oddly haunting EP of My Bloody Valentine go indie pop via Sonic Youth hi-jinx from the boy/girl noisenik tykes' - The Crack
Fe4SpraydogCitrus Bitumen CD
Tracks: Clean with magma/Kissy lips/Waster I'm/Leen luvs Woffil/Is the hallway blue?/Veil/To the north!/Sweet thing/Find/Acorn/Sunshine traps/Lecherous, defenestrated
Finally comes the long player. Produced by Chips McAllister.
'Dinosaur Jr/Sebadoh-influenced shaggy indie mania with a slice of Guided By
Voices' inspiration added for good measure. Fuzzy, aching guitars, supple
bass, heart-attack drums, just yer usual quietly assured magic.' - Melody Maker
Fe5Milky WimpshakeDialling Tone/True Love Will Find You in the End/Don't Let Our Youth Go to Waste 7" single
Instant classic on side A, loving tribute to Daniel Johnston and Jonathan Richman on the other. What more could you want or need?