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In what is a truly global extravaganza this month, our featured compilation is the second volume of the Guadaloupe-based Disques Debs International retrospective and there's a live excerpt from stunning Japanese band The Jungles!!!. Also from Japan, we've got something from the new OOIOO album and a track from yet another ace Thomas Imposter compilation. From Europe, we feature a track from the excellent new album from Dutch artist rOZZ, another new release from noisy Estonians Threes And Will, a demo from Eszeles from Budapest, something else from the wonderful album from France's Nursery and, as you might expect, a look ahead to the forthcoming new album from Madrid's Hinds.
We've got plenty of stuff from closer to home too, including a cracking brace of Welsh language releases from Adwaith and HMS Morris and joining them as show debutants are the feisty Cherokee Death Cats and the quirky Roman Angelos. Meanwhile, Sir Robert Orange Peel pays tribute to Sid Vicious in suitably arch manner, Consenting Adults pretend to be The Beatles and Tingle In The Netherlands deliver their own inimitable commentary on a much-discussed part of Gwyneth Paltrow's anatomy.

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Holy Fuck - Deleters (Ft Angus Andrew) Buy this track
Holy Fuck
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Holy Fuck is an electronic rock band, formed in Toronto, Canada in 2004. Their current line-up includes original and core members Brian Borcherdt and Graham Walsh along with Matt Schulz on drums and Matt McQuaid on bass.

Holy Fuck uses live drums and bass along with a myriad of toy keyboards, guitar pedals, mixers and even a 35mm film synchronizer to mimic modern electronic music, consciously avoiding modern fail-safes like laptops and programmed backing tracks. They have brought their live show to festivals like Glastonbury, Roskilde, Coachella, Lollapalooza, Fuji Rock and All Tomorrow's Parties. And they've toured and supported artists such as M.I.A., Wolf Parade, !!!, Mouse on Mars, Cornelius, Super Furry Animals and Phoenix. All the while using the same duct-taped keyboards, film editing gear and all without rehearsing.

'Latin', Holy Fuck's new album, was released on May 11, 2010 on the Young Turks/XL label. They are currently touring Europe, the UK, the United States and Canada in support of the album.

Official Site:http://holyholyfuckfuck.tumblr.com/
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Cornershop - St Marie Under Canon Buy this track