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Tall Dwarfs Announce 'Unravelled: 1981–2002' Box Set

Tall Dwarfs Announce 'Unravelled: 1981–2002' Box Set

Chris Cudby / Photo credit: Barbara Ward / Thursday 9th June, 2022 9:49AM

Aotearoa lo-fi pioneers Tall Dwarfs, the duo of Chris Knox and Alec Bathgate (both also of Toy Love), have made available their entire discography on streaming services and Bandcamp today, released along with the announcement of a forthcoming Unravelled: 1981–2002 retrospective box set, out on 19th August via Merge Records. Launching into the physical realm as a jumbo quadruple vinyl LP collection including a sure to be eye-popping 20-page booklet "of lyrics, photos, comics, posters, and other ephemera" created by the monumentally influential pair, as well as a double CD edition, Unravelled: 1981–2002 bundles together a whopping 55 tunes by Tall Dwarfs, spanning seven EPs and six albums — from their Furtive debut Three Songs right up to their Flying Nun Records 2002 album The Sky Above the Mud Below.

Revered worldwide by those in the know for their endlessly inventive, staunchly DIY tunes, tuck into Knox and Bathgate's four track magic over on the official Tall Dwarfs Bandcamp page HERE and preorder your own copy of Unravelled: 1981–2002 HERE.

This box set will bless you with some of the catchiest and most intelligent songwriting ever conceived. acoustic outsider poetry punk, mixed with a 'studio as instrument' artfulness. what more could you want?” — Jeff Mangum, Neutral Milk Hotel

Watch Chris Knox's classic video for 'The Brain That Wouldn't Die' from 1984's Slugbucket Hairybreath Monster EP...


Tall Dwarfs' back catalogue is up on major streaming services now, plus on their official Bandcamp page HERE.

Links
talldwarfs.bandcamp.com/
lnk.to/TallDwarfs

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