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Audio Antihero Presents Anti-Trump Benefit Compilation

Unpresidented Jams is a benefit compilation for the Southern Poverty Law Center and the National Immigration Law Center from Audio Antihero Records. Featuring a heap of recordings (many exclusive) from artists like Jeffrey Lewis, Yr Friends, Pearl Crush, Mulligrub, Okin Osan, Betsy Ross, Magana, Vassals, Fridge Poetry, Cloud, Benjamin Shaw and more. This nineteen track compilation is available for a low minimum donation of £2.99 so that hopefully everyone can afford it but anybody who can dig a little deeper is encouraged to do so.

Listen and download here

Track List:

Fridge Poetry - “Still Pills” (feat. Emmalee Lovelace)

Betsy Ross - “Jean”

Jeffrey Lewis - “Dictator Seeks Reichstag Fire”

Deerful - “Unlearn/Begin Again”

Cloud - “Moonlight” (Piano Version)

Magana - “To Be the Same”

I Hate Sex - “Sleep Paralysis”

Pearl Crush - “Can’t Hide It”

Yr Friends - “I Got Nothing”

CHUCK - “Nothing Matters to Me Now”

Okin Osan - “Sunday Girl” (Blondie cover)

Benjamin Shaw - “Hole”

Mulligrub - “Little Fist”

Pip Hall - “Calling"

Alex Chilltown - “Words” (Low cover)

Tom from Frog - “Bill”

Hanging Freud - “Motherland”

Vassals - “JC Sci” (Demo)

Jack Hayter - The New Colossus

Clock Opera Video For ‘Closer’


Recorded at home and at Squarehead Studios in Kent with Kristopher Harris (Bear's Den, Smoke Fairies, Matthew & The Atlas, Story Books) over the summer of 2015, Venn sees Clock Opera entering new territory.

Comprised of Guy Connelly (vocals, guitar, sampler), Andy West (bass, guitar), Che Albrighton (drums), and Nic Nell (keyboards, vocals,) synth-driven London quartet Clock Opera have unveiled their second album Venn via League of Imaginary Nations and !K7. A darker beast than their 2012 debut Ways to Forget, the distinctive sound of Clock Opera is still present, but there's a marked shift in lyrical tone.

“A lot of the album is about loss, absence, holes, haunting, questioning identity,” explains Connelly. “To be specific, the majority of the songs were inspired by a miscarriage. A lot of the others were driven by the fallout from it.” Although a darkly cerebral and grief-ridden record in theme, ‘Venn’ is as uplifting as it is sinister and ghostly, menacing and euphoric in equal measure. It’s an album named for “the intersection, the shared part, the hole in the middle."

Tour Dates

1 March Manchester, Night & Day

2 March London, Corsica Studios 

3 March Brighton, The Hope & Ruin

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