‘Guerrero’: New video and stream from Dead Wolf Club

UK alt-rockers Dead Wolf Club are back.  They’ve got a double A-sided single out on Big Tea Records/Scene Not Heard in a couple of weeks (as part of Big Tea’s wintertime threesome) featuring tracks from ‘RAR’ and ‘Healer’, but more importantly are also about to enter the studio to record a new album.

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A winter trio of singles from Big Tea Records

Starting next week on the 17th November, Big Tea Records is releasing a trio of singles. A new track from ‘Silver Arm’ [streaming here] is joined over the following two weeks respectively by releases from Elastic Sleep and Real Gone favourites Dead Wolf Club.

You can read the full press releases from Silver Arm and Elastic Sleep below.

Read a review of Silver Arm’s ‘He of the Slow Creep’ here.
Read a review of Dead Wolf Club’s ‘Healer’ here.
Read a review of the Elastic Sleep EP here.

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Bridged Gaps and Covered Tracks (A Real Gone Sampler, 2013)

Welcome to 2013’s free Real Gone Sampler.  It’s been an absolutely brilliant year for independent music – check out our end of year list here – and that’s been reflected by how many bands were keen to get involved in this now traditional project on its third anniversary.  This year’s sixteen tracks (with a couple of strays from prior to 2013) came together remarkably quickly but, as always, there were a few obstacles along the way.  It’s great that most of the bands we asked were on board instantly…and only one missed the deadline – an improvement on previous years.

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DEAD WOLF CLUB – Healer EP

DWC EPAt the time of this EPs release, it barely feels like weeks have passed since Tintagel’s finest alternative rockers Dead Wolf Club released their second album, ‘RAR’.  …And yet, with boundless enthusiasm, they’ve found time between touring that release to record more new material.  Their first release for the independent Big Tea Records, most of ‘Healer’ represents their best material yet.  Within the grooves of the green and white twelve inches of plastic – or somewhere within the soul-less digital file, if you’re reading this and under thirty – DWC bring more howls of rage, more shimmering guitars and thunderous rhythms disguised by bursts of feedback, and for those who liked them previously, there’s much more to like here than ever.

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