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Holy Discount: 20% Off Stolen Body Records Split LP #2 w/ Black Fruit and Factotum

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Do you like stuff? How about records? Do you like records when they’re cheaper than they’re supposed to be? Then you’re in the right place and reading exactly what you need to be if you’d like to receive a discount on the brand new split LP#2 from Black Fruit and Factotum on Stolen Body Records.

Our main man Garett wrote up the LP a couple of months ago and had some awesome things to say about it – “…their sound is raw and powerful but they also showcased a tripped-out atmospheric…” “This mammoth is noisy, distorted and aggressive as all hell – it’s baffling how only two dudes made such a big, beautiful racket…” “Black Fruit is a pungent and refreshing blend of garage rock that will make your nose crinkle, your brow furrow and your head bang…” and last but not least, “…with a lo-fi recording style that highlights their explosive release of energy and angst with each track.” If you’ve been missing out, you can stream tracks from the album below. In other good news, the folks at Stolen Body Records just revealed Factotum are indeed working on a brand new (solo) LP, with the current working title Honey Trap – more on that whenever possible!

Here’s what you need to do to receive your discount:

Go to: http://stolenbodyrecords.co.uk/product/black-fruitfactotum-split-2/

Add the record to your cart, and any other items you’d like to buy (don’t forget this new one):

Include the discount code: “split20%” during checkout, save and enjoy!

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Catch up on other Stolen Body releases right here, you’ll be glad you did.

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Black Fruit/ Factotum – Stolen Body Split LP #2

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Stolen Body Records (Bristol, UK) continue to issue fuzzy garage rock goodness with the second edition of their split LP series. This LP features another group of Grand Rapids rockers, BLACK FRUIT, and local Bristolian ensemble, FACTOTUM.
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Hot Off the Press: Ttotals, Heaters, Fruit Tones, Cowbones

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Hot Off the Press this week: TTOTALS are set to release their debut LP in November (Twin Lakes Records), HEATERS have an upcoming 10″ EP (Dizzybird/ Stolen Body Records), FRUIT TONES release their debut 7″ (Stolen Body Records) and COWBONES drop their debut LP (Casbah/ Ossatur Records). Continue reading

Hot Off the Press: Vegetarian Meat LP, Fat Creeps, Buffalo Tooth, SW/MM/NG

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Hot Off the Press this week: Stolen Body Records in the UK delivers a brand new compilation entitled Vegetarian Meat, Fayetteville, AR quintet SW/MM/NG drop their new LP Feel Not Bad (Old Flame Records), Boston-based duo FAT CREEPS have a new LP Must Be Nice (Sophomore Lounge), and BUFFALO TOOTH from San Francisco releases their debut album Gardeners of the Devil’s Lettuce (Captcha Records).

Various Artists: Vegetarian Meat Complation: Stolen Body Records has put together a compilation of bands from the UK, France and USA and they’re calling it Vegetarian Meat. It’s the first in what the label hopes to be a long line of compilation records, coming on blue vinyl with red splatter. Tracklisting boasts a killer list of bands including Dusty Mush, Travel Check, Heaters, Taos Humm, Pain Dimension, Factotum, and Os Noctàmbulos (with a mix of tracks that may or may not appear on previous releases). Originally planned as a Record Store Day 2014 release, the album never made it to the plant in time, but it’s day has finally come – buy the album directly from Stolen Body Records on September 8th.

FAT CREEPSMust Be Nice LP:

Sophomore Lounge Records is dropping a new LP from Fat Creeps. Must Be Nice is loaded with 10 tracks that are ripe with jarring guitars, bright, breathy vocals and crashing rhythms. Streaming above, “He Comes in Loudly” is an obvious highlight. It’s bursting with a variety of elements, including glowing guitar waves, pleasant vocal interplay and wonky bass lines. They create a driving and angular sound in one effortless shot, providing us with a truly infectious song that’s reminiscent of Grass Widow or Warpaint. You can get the LP from Sophomore Lounge now.

BUFFALO TOOTHGardeners of the Devil’s Lettuce LP:

Released by Captcha Records in California, Gardeners of the Devil’s Lettuce is the debut LP from San Francisco trio Buffalo Tooth. The LP comes limited to 500 pieces on black and white splatter vinyl, containing a hot mess of speedy, metal-tinged punk and 70’s-flavored rock fueled by relentless fuzz guitars. Grab the LP from Captcha on September 30th as long as your heart can take it!

SW/MM/NGFeel Not Bad LP:

Released on August 26th, SW/MM/NG drop their debut LP Feel Not Bad on Old Flame Records. It’s loaded with nine tracks of jangly guitar pop, led by the bright crooning of Brian Kupillas. “Younger” comes with some surf-y tones, not to mention the pleasant vibe of a sun-drenched beach day. You can listen to a full stream of the LP right here, then snag the vinyl on the 26th.

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Travel Check – $66 7″ EP (Howlin’ Banana)

Travel Check – Wild Tropics 7″ (Howlin’ Banana)

Find Travel Check in our Top Thirty 7″ Records of 2013

Dusty Mush – s/t EP (Howlin’ Banana)

Pain Dimension – Brainwash 7″ (Requiem Pour un Twister/ Croque Macadam)

Hot Off the Press: Os Noctambulos – Corsica Gardens LP (Evil Hoodoo)

FF: Split LP w/ Heater & Os Noctàmbulos (Stolen Body Records)

Heaters – Brown Sugar EP (self-released)

Friday’s Find: Plantains/ Os Noctàmbulos – Stolen Body Split LP

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The Bristol-based label Stolen Body Records specializes in limited-edition vinyl releases, and they recently dropped one of their most ambitious albums early in 2014. It’s a split LP featuring the Grand Rapids, Michigan, psych crew PLANTAINS (now known as Heaters) and OS NOCTAMBULOS, who hail from across the pond in Paris.
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