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Various Artists - An Amalgamation of Sorts, Pt. 0
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Various Artists

An Amalgamation of Sorts, Pt. 0

Milky Bomb Records

Released: 2nd October 2015 | 11 track art & progressive rock album

Milky Bomb Records Presents:

An Amalgamation of Sorts... Pt. Zero. (Multi-genre compilation)

A combination of on-going projects and unreleased material: past and present.

- Featuring a network of individuals who weave in and out of each other's spectrum. A group who... all stood together would resemble a marvel of characters - more freakish, occasionally disturbed but marvellous.

Here are 11 tracks that complement each other over a period of several years.

1. Crack House Dragon: Grunge In Dadra - A continuous project, that so far has mashed up (recorded) a couple of tracks. This being the first: you'll hear the influences, the subtle fusion and story telling of another kind. Featuring James Clayton of Sunday Driver (sitar & guitar). Notably, James has performed with Mothers Anger supporting Serj Tankian in Seattle, and recently collaborated with Seattle band, Motopony. CHD also includes former and current members of Thirteen: Simon Fairchild, Joe Nicholson and Oli Perry.

2-6. Meadowman: Morning & Red (Previously Unreleased) - Alternative, melodic, progressive rock. This band includes members of Sunday Driver (Mel & Chemise), TK of TK & Rose and Simon Morrison. Previously unreleased tracks taken from their first E.P Meadology. New material has since been recorded at Milky Bomb Studios awaiting release.

3-11. SLF&Co.: Elusive 9 Feat. Burning Haus & Oli Perry - A one off track recorded at Livingston Studios, London back in 2009. This collaboration was from a late night recording session between SLF and Burning Haus. Vox later recorded and performed by Oli Perry of Thirteen and Crack House Dragon.

- Back Scratcher (Filo Barbieri Remix) Feat. Beyonder, Vicky Harrison & Chemise - A remix of an unreleased track taken from the yet to come - SLF&Co. album No beats in Algebra. This track is inspired from the original guitar hook, giving you that disco/funky house vibe. Incorporating the delightful and smooth vox from Beyonder (media artist and poet).

4-8. Thirteen: Non-Script - After numerous gigs in and around London and supporting the likes of They Live! (East London hip-hop rock outfit) and Seattle's Mothers Anger, the band now begin to record their first full-length album at Milky Bomb Studios. This track is taken from The Bedroom Sessions, one of Thirteen's latest instalments from last year's release - highlighting the bands more recent material of what is yet to come.

- Old Aggie (Previously Unreleased) - This will make you believe it's another band. It's a smooth, rosy piece of tunage, a delicatesse with a powerful chorus. A previously unreleased track from an early stage/the beginnings of Thirteen, featuring: Richard Bullen (Mel - vox), Jon Taylor (drums) with founder members Simon Fairchild (bass) and Simon Richardson (aka Chemise - guitar).

5-10. Mima Kojima: Press Play + Record - Mima Kojima's pop tune (closest ya gonna get) is gonna batter ya with this hard dance, energised bunny of a tune... It is a joy! Taken from the Grandfather E.P.

- Mima Will Get Her Revenge - Proper intense but yet, sweet noise! This is your anthem! Pop on ya clogs and mess it up at your local disco. Taken from theParadox E.P.

7. Sunday Driver: Flo (Filo Barbieri Remix) - Inspired by the vocal and harp sounds, Filo started work on creating a techno track. You add the ambience and atmospheric sounds, and thus, complements the vocal hook. Filippo Barbieri, Italian born - now resides in London. Filippo is influenced by disco, Chicago house, deep house and techno.

9. Logicbrake: Tripswitch (Previously Unreleased) - A five-piece band that performed a rolling groove-core style of rock that delivered a punch. This former band now rests within the mid-noughties. Previously unreleased - taken from the Applied E.P. Possibly once sold from the back of the bands old postal van. Good times!

This has been a compilation introducing collaborations between some old beans.

WARNING: Production Will Vary!

Coverage -

Radio: The Edge on Air, Illinois, USA; Radio Russelsheim, Germany; Isaac Banks, Valley FM 89.5 - The Rock Gospel, Australia; Kevin Mann - The Sword, UK

Mags/Web: Creative Control Magazine, Nashville, USA

"Thirteen, 'Non-Script'.... Music made in Heaven"
Isaac Banks, Valley FM 89.5 - The Rock Gospel, Australia