(Invaders) “Psychedelic rock hailing from Louisville. Chock full of distorted riffs and ghostly voices, the lack of colour in the cover art clashes with the bright images this music paints in your mind.”
(Midnight Ghost Train) “Rock died a long time ago (I blame Simon Cowell). The Midnight Ghost Train has a Post Doc on Necromancy and now Rock has risen, with a vengeance and out for our blood. Let us all die under their heavily distorted riffs and gravelly voices, it’s a classy way to go.”
(Seluah) “Gritty, dirty and grimy, the rock that Seluah creates feeds the dreams of a noir film you have in your head. Someday, it could happen. In the meantime, the soundtrack has been sorted.”
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Seluah’s Red Parole is available now on 180-gram translucent red wax (limit 250 copies w/ download). The Midnight Ghost Train’s Buffalo ox blood vinyl format is now sold out, but we still have the CD. Invaders’ Dig A Hole is now at all major digital retailers as well as Bandcamp, and their debut CD, Floating, is still