Ms. W. Lombardo
So much needed Jazzfinger on this decade!!! hope there is more to come. When in Newcastle will search for a physical copy, but for the moment I am SO happy with download. Along Culver my most influential band in this field ever....
Favorite track: Moroccan Car Park (D. Harwood remix).
Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Purchasable with gift card
£2GBP or more
7" vinyl in screenprinted foldout cover (100 only)
Record/Vinyl + Digital Album
7" vinyl sleeve designed by Thee Ruiner then screenprinted and cut by Jonas at Tyrant; Design and Print. There's literally only 100 of these on the planet, and we have around 70 of them to sell. No represses - once they're gone, they're gone!
Includes unlimited streaming of Beachy Head / Moroccan Car Park (D. Harwood remix)
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Eschewing the routine trappings of "tunes" and "melodies" in favour of drone and a strong cinematic sensibility, Jazzfinger bring to you their own unique brand of visual and aural exorcism. They start noisily. They incessantly build layers of white noise onto of layers of unwieldy dissonance. They recreate an auditory Armageddon with amps. They end noisily. They also unleashed 600 live crickets onto the audience at a gig once. They have dozens and dozens of LPs, tapes, CDRs and lathe cuts out on a multitude of DIY labels, and they've finally released a 100-only double-A side - 'Beachy Head' / Moccocan Car Park (D. Harwood remix) (DIST23) on our humble little label. Ladies and gentlemen: Jazzfinger.
released June 17, 2016
Recorded by Hasan Gaylani and Ben Jones.
'Moccocan Car Park' remixed by D Harwood.
Artwork by Thee Ruiner.
Packaging screenprinted and assembled by Tyrant; Design and Print.
supported by 7 fans who also own “Beachy Head / Moroccan Car Park (D. Harwood remix)”
Jesus heckin' Christ what an experience this show much have been. Pounding drums with erratic and intricate fills and patterns and some crazy sounding bass and/or synths with screeching electronic zaps and cries, plus a energetic screaming crowd in the background. An amazing and energizing live Noise Rock album. Gwynplaine de Pétroleuse