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A R*E*P*E*A*T DIY Punk Rock East West Rebel Alliance Production. A four way split LP on limited re-ground vinyl. Featuring: Leeks from South Wales - Bad Shout and Monet. Beets from East Anglia - Acid Alchemist and The Monoliths. Bad Shout: "Unhinged in all the best ways. I utterly love it. Sounds like someone left a cassette of Supergrass' debut album on the dashboard in the sun with Husker Du's Zen Arcade for just a little too long and it mutated into this".- Adam Walton "Ones to Watch" Buzz Magazine. Monet: "a stomping, melodic cry for change that fuses a raw barrage of caustic guitar riffs and surreal screams of the likes of the Dead Kennedys with the twisty turny relentless energy of early At the Drive-In". God is in the TV. "fast becoming the enfant terrible's of the South Wales music scene " Clash Music. Acid Alchemist: Debut garage recording from furious, feather boa-ed and frantic cross dressing face painted rock upstarts from a sleepy village in Cambridge. The Monoliths: Teenage psychedelic post-punk metal mayhem with an ear for unexpectedly massive sounds and unlikely time signatures. Their healthy disrespect for their elders and lessers hasn't stopped them packing out venues across London and the South East.

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Leeks and Beets

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Album artwork for Leeks and Beets by Various
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Released 12/01/2024Catalogue Number

MBRR165

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Leeks and Beets

Repeat
Album artwork for Leeks and Beets by Various
LP

£22.99

Black
Released 12/01/2024Catalogue Number

MBRR165

A R*E*P*E*A*T DIY Punk Rock East West Rebel Alliance Production. A four way split LP on limited re-ground vinyl. Featuring: Leeks from South Wales - Bad Shout and Monet. Beets from East Anglia - Acid Alchemist and The Monoliths. Bad Shout: "Unhinged in all the best ways. I utterly love it. Sounds like someone left a cassette of Supergrass' debut album on the dashboard in the sun with Husker Du's Zen Arcade for just a little too long and it mutated into this".- Adam Walton "Ones to Watch" Buzz Magazine. Monet: "a stomping, melodic cry for change that fuses a raw barrage of caustic guitar riffs and surreal screams of the likes of the Dead Kennedys with the twisty turny relentless energy of early At the Drive-In". God is in the TV. "fast becoming the enfant terrible's of the South Wales music scene " Clash Music. Acid Alchemist: Debut garage recording from furious, feather boa-ed and frantic cross dressing face painted rock upstarts from a sleepy village in Cambridge. The Monoliths: Teenage psychedelic post-punk metal mayhem with an ear for unexpectedly massive sounds and unlikely time signatures. Their healthy disrespect for their elders and lessers hasn't stopped them packing out venues across London and the South East.