title: Yeah I Know It Sucks – Underground Music Reviews Vol. 2
format: touchable paper book / kindle
keywords: a compilation of psychotic music reviews, DIY praises, cassette fetishs writings, links to free music, interview, sexiness..
Publisher: SP-AM http://www.sprecordings.com/
today is unlike all the other days; a very special day! Especially if you are into ‘sucky days’.
We are gathered together to celebrate our newest production of quality shiterature!
490 pages full of it! Of course I write this from a pure and objective perspective,
far from any biased form of journalistic nonsense… but it has to be said:
This volume is sooooOO good! Yeah I Know It Sucks really has hit the nail on its own head again!
This second book in this series of ‘underground music reviews’ is the thickest at the moment, making it really nice when you hold it in your hands. Also good to know is that in case you bought it as a replacement for toilet paper; you simply have more pages to wipe everything clean. It’s in all facets (word wise & wipe wise!) an ideal product of physical beauty and luxury.
Let me tell you a bit about what is inside this volume, because strangely I feel its important stuff! Within this book there are lots of words that came together to talk about music that had come our way in 2013. There are special tape cassette reviews by the hottest Johan Nederpel, tons of music discussions covering free downloadable netreleases and DIY physical albums by the ingenious Alex Spalding, passionate superbly written articles by a certain KN, a beautiful foreword by our handsome publisher and exclusive book only things!
Let me be clear that this book has lots of eye candy, (Dylan True Durrington) and there is also a very special ‘book only’ interview with Moloch,Saturn from Absence/Floppy Noise which digs so deep, that you can sit in it as if it’s a hole in the ground. Really a book of spectacular material which is of course an collector’s item that nobody should miss out on! A pleasure for the young and the old & even unborn babies would love to have this book close on their mothers bellies..
so without much more words of praises to write, here is a long list of artists/bands/projects that have their own work discussed within those pages:
A Day Without Speaking
Ak’chamel, The Giver of Illness
Animals In Denial
Blakbody vs C.Mantle
Chameleon Jersey Featuring Liliam
Clubs For Boardgames
C.Reider and C.Hodges
Der Domestizierte Mensch
Dylan True Durrington
GIUSY L@ [DINGUE]
half a jelly turtle
I AM Esper
I Get Hiv On Television
Just Plain Ant
Kittycore Vol. 2 (various artists)
Lonesome Panda Society
Matt Builds Character
Moloch/Saturn from Essence/owner of floppy kick/ INTERVIEW
Obsolète Broadcast Système
Roberto Maldoror Manfredini
Sam and the Womp
Sean Derrick Cooper Marquardt
Silence The Earth
SUPA MARIYO(Ana) BROS.
The Bored Spies
The Hairy Giant
The New Blockaders
Thoughts Of Melt
Timmy The Tapeworm
Tiny Peanut Feat The Sky Patrol
White Tiger A:. A:.
There are also compilation reviews, with of-course also artists.. but because of laziness we didn’t write them down in this list… but went for a more practical choice by just letting you know which compilations there are discussed book :
Various artists – Glitter & Bleep – Joystick Pop
various artist – Ifar Comp One
Various artists – IFAR Musique Concrète 4’33” Compilation
Various artists – NEW 8.0
Various artists – Sonopsies
Various Artists – vk_lobit birthday compo
Yes people, I agree with you.. This is a must have!
A release that you don’t want to keep for yourself, but want to get for your whole family!
And here… Below is a link from which you can make this dream turn into a reality: