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Release Roundup: Cuticles, Repulsive Woman, Go Nuclear, P WITS / L XEROX

Release Roundup: Cuticles, Repulsive Woman, Go Nuclear, P WITS / L XEROX

Chris Cudby / Image: Cuticles / Friday 8th September, 2023 4:41PM

Spin back the wheels of time with this week's release coverage of Swallow The Rat, Model Home, Bulletbelt, Neive Strang, Babe Martin, Vorsen and Vor-stellen, then hit play below on more new local musical treasures from Cuticles, Repulsive Woman, Go Nuclear and P WITS / L XEROX.

The Oamaru no-wave / pop collective of Matt Plunkett (Trendees), Lisa Preston, Tom Havard and Austen McMillian, Cuticles cook up four sonically untamed, raspy-voiced yet ineffably catchy anthems on their new Pavlova EP — declaring "I think I am slowly falling in love with a mattress" on 'Mattress 2' and amen to that. You can order the 7" vinyl edition via the Bandcamp link.

Manchester-based Aotearoa songwriter Repulsive Woman aka Millicent Lovelock (Astro Children) reemerges with her first new collection of tunes since 2019's Best Independent Debut award-winning album Relief. Listen to her four track The Even Hand EP and grab a limited edition cassette via the Bandcamp link.

Tāmaki Makaurau techno dons Go Nuclear dropped a four track collection on hugely covetable limited edition 10" transparent green lathe cut vinyl and if you think they've sold out already, you're on the money. Crank up Gratest Hits on the turntable of your mind instead by hitting play right here.

Recent Maxine Funke collaborator P WITS reunites with Tāmaki Makaurau's legendary L XEROX on Nude, Unpleasant or Both via German experimental imprint Econore — expanding your earholes with a pair of live improvisatory 'scapes laid down in the super city's Audio Foundation and Old Folk's Ass. Get the limited cassette edition direct from the source via the Bandcamp link.

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