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Bikini Cops Number Two https://www.inkoma.com/k/4734

(5tx 7inches EP - Goodbye Boozy Records, A Morte Dischi 2017)

 | pall youhideme
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Raw hc-punk from Perth, Australia, here released on a limited edition of 300 7’’ vinyls by two Italian indies, Goodbye Boozy Records and A Morte Dischi. 5 tracks previously released on tape last year, second release for Bikini Cops: these four young men are fiercely gifted. Restless percussions, rancid guitar distortion, fast bass line, shouted lyrics, - let’s stop for a moment and imagine how - scientifically - Chris Balch, their singer’ vocal cords vibrate and burn.. It’s hard to sound that genuinely punk in this age and times, - they nail it.
This missiles attack starts with Shiver propelled with HC vibe, while Hanging Up is punk’n’roll fun. Fast and hard splinters. Germs are not that far. Impossible (for me, from here), not to cite Aussie punk pioneers the Saints. Pressure, Turpentine, Sick Love are - in an ideal world - food and bombs for the mosh pit.


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Porcelain Raft Pressed Flowers https://www.inkoma.com/k/4733

(6tx DGTL - self-produced 2017)

 | pall youhideme
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Mauro Remiddi aka Porcelain Raft is synonymous of high lyrism, the bright armony of being empathic, a bittersweet writing somehow always able of joyous peaks, and in full grace of its dreampop cut. Truly a poet, if you allow me.
This collection of 6 tracks was published last year ’for a week’, as notes say, shaped after a portable recorder he found and used in 2006, filled with 30sec ideas, plus, a forgotten diary filled with sketches.
Now available again this August to purchase. About 15 minutes of mellow wishful thinking through Music. That’s What I see When I See You is utterly soul-soothing. Enjoy.




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The Home Of The Future: Year 1999 A.D. Philco-Ford Corporation https://www.inkoma.com/k/4732

Enjoy your future past.

 | pall youhideme
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Write in the sand the year you’re living in, then watch it disappear. That fast.

This vintage film, produced by Philco-Ford Corporation, pioneer firm in battery, radio, and television production from North America, was meant to show the inevitable technologic advances of the future.

Something among Star Trek and Planet of the Apes, loaded with hexagon modules, creepy jazzy music, and a lot of correctly-guessed nowadays-every-day-tech we use.


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