Find Out What Happens When People Stop Being Polite, And Start Gettin Reel

(Destijl - IND088) LP $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

D. Blunt and Inga Copeland's latest installment in Denna Frances Glass's 18-year relay project. Joss Stone is alleged to have content and financing connections. "Ritolin" (sic) and "Rama Lama 555" (sic) also contain the key to understanding what this is. Joseph Stannard clears up some of the mystery, with the reminder that Hype Williams have also operated under the names Bo Khat Eternal Troof Family Band and Paradise Sisters. He observes that their “obscure, lo-fi form of dub-inflected half-pop [is] as much akin to the post-industrial funk of 23 Skidoo and early Cabaret Voltaire as the scratchy psych of The Skaters et al…. It’s like somebody flooded the wine bar with cough mixture…” all “hazy nihilism and sensual flow.” So give it up for Joseph Stannard.


Han Dynasty 1

(Destijl - IND077) 7-inch $6.50 (Out-of-stock)

Hype Williams is an eighteen-year "relay project" conceived in 2005 by husband and wife motivational speakers Father Ronnie Krayola and Denna Frances Glass. Every three years it gets passed on to someone else to "look after." Recordings from the first three years were stuffed into a pinata and will be released at the conclusion of the project. In May 2008 it was passed on to a heckler called Roy Bundy (Paradise Sisters) who, along with Karen Glass and Bahaama Moutchaka (Arch M) have released numerous CDRs through the Ceylan Projects gallery in London. They have a large rotating cast of deviants they play with live under the moniker Bo Khat Eternal Troof Family Band.



(Carnivals - CAR002) LP $18.75 (Out-of-stock)

Dean Blunt and Inga Copeland transmit their vision of a self-contained plane, seamed by an index of long-distance keyboard glaze, rent-a-car night coasters through programmed and screwed constructs of songs, musical absurdities and free, lifted improv jams. Thirty-five minutes that embrace the crud and sheen of mainstream components, and trades pound for pound with no-zone freedom. Second edition of 500.