Off of the brand new double A side, Glasgow’s Closet Organ deliver a visceral fuzz-punk track. With guttural vocals from Stephen McLeod Blythe, Smells Like Lynx Africa is a sonic powerhouse that will leave your ears ringing. – Scottish Alternative Music Awards
Today we release a new double A side single: ‘Smells Like Lynx Africa / Fat & Die: An Autobiography‘.
Recorded and mixed by us. Mastered by Charlie Francis of Synergy Mastering (Victorian English Gentlemens Club/REM/Noisettes/Future of the Left), it’s a two track grungepunk spectacle – “like Mclusky having a fist fight with The Smashing Pumpkins in a universe far, far away” (thepunksite).
You can stream the tracks below, or over on Spotify. If you want a shiny MP3 copy for yer iPod, get it over on Bandcamp for a couple of quid.
Last night we put on a gig at the Hug & Pint in Glasgow. It was good. Tupper Werewolf was good. Ex Wives were good. We were good. You were good. The end.
and then this happened…
Photos of Tupper Werewolf and Ex Wives by Stephen. Photos of Closet Organ by Bryan Thompson.
We’re in the process of booking up gigs for later this year, including a mini UK tour. As part of that, we’ll be heading to the Old Hairdresser’s in Glasgow on Friday the 30th of August with our abrasive pals Ex Wives. More details to follow, so watch this space.
Last night we headed into the studio to record a couple of tracks for what might be a new release. Some shots below.
Last night we took to the stage of Glasgow’s Nice n Sleazy, to support Slime City for their ‘new single ‘Dial Up Internet is the Purest Internet‘.
Below is a video of one of the tracks.
(photos by Lee Jones, except those of Closet Organ, that were taken by Jennifer McArthur)
It’s been a while since we last updated. Over a year in fact. However, we are back with a three track EP (which apparently is too short to be classed as an EP, but we’re calling it that anyway). ‘Nazi Pugs Fuck Off’. The tracklist is:
- Holy Fucking Shit
- It’s Not Okay to Not be Okay
- The Vegan Holocaust
You can download it for free over on our Bandcamp, or stream it on Spotify right now. It’s less offensive than you probably think it is.