Album artwork for Here Comes Trouble by Joyeria

The latest Speedy Wunderground limited 7". Not a great deal is known about Joyeria – aside from the fact he is of Canadian origin and is a prolific multi-disciplinary artist, musician, writer and thinker currently residing in London. The 37th single in the Speedy series is the 6-minute epic Here Comes Trouble Again – split across two sides of a 7” in classic Speedy style.

The accompanying players on the song were also kept firmly within the Speedy family – being assembled only on the day of recording – with label boss Carey taking on bass duties and sticksman George Rhys Davies of labelmates Tiña helming the drums.

The resulting track already feels like a classic in the label’s iconic canon. Channelling Bill Callahan vocals over what sounds like excerpts of Bukowski’s racetrack diaries it breaks down and explodes into a beautiful mess of krautrock drums and detuned guitars – but constantly rhythmic and catchy as hell. Like Jandek fronting Neu at the hoedown. In a good way.

Joyeria

Here Comes Trouble

Speedy Wunderground
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Album artwork for Here Comes Trouble by Joyeria
7"

£9.99

Black
Limited to 250 copies
Released 12/11/2021Catalogue Number

SW037

Joyeria

Here Comes Trouble

Speedy Wunderground
Album artwork for Album artwork for Here Comes Trouble by Joyeria  by Here Comes Trouble - Joyeria
Album artwork for Here Comes Trouble by Joyeria
7"

£9.99

Black
Limited to 250 copies
Released 12/11/2021Catalogue Number

SW037

The latest Speedy Wunderground limited 7". Not a great deal is known about Joyeria – aside from the fact he is of Canadian origin and is a prolific multi-disciplinary artist, musician, writer and thinker currently residing in London. The 37th single in the Speedy series is the 6-minute epic Here Comes Trouble Again – split across two sides of a 7” in classic Speedy style.

The accompanying players on the song were also kept firmly within the Speedy family – being assembled only on the day of recording – with label boss Carey taking on bass duties and sticksman George Rhys Davies of labelmates Tiña helming the drums.

The resulting track already feels like a classic in the label’s iconic canon. Channelling Bill Callahan vocals over what sounds like excerpts of Bukowski’s racetrack diaries it breaks down and explodes into a beautiful mess of krautrock drums and detuned guitars – but constantly rhythmic and catchy as hell. Like Jandek fronting Neu at the hoedown. In a good way.