Broken Carnie. Crippled music box ballerinas, Punch & Judy shows, Wicker Men, and Salvation Army recitals. Spy themes and dark cobbled streets slick with rain and piss and blood and fat gobs of spunk. House music as somewhere to hide awhile, and weep. Escape. Half-overheard conversations. East End beatific. Rubber Miro meets The Rachels. Drunken sailors, Lo-Fi electronic sea shanties and confessionals in the cheap and brutal Dickensian shadows of the lonely city. No Quarter. Dirty. Beautiful.
Anybody into the Flaming Tunes LP re-issued last year on Blackest Ever Black, or anticipating the release of Weatherall & Fairplay`s Asphodells project should try to give this a listen.
Exotic Pylon Records on Soundcloud.