[TypicalGirls] Kebab from Belgium (1982)
aaron at cantorrecords.com
Wed Jul 28 14:36:48 EDT 2010
I highly endorse this product! They straddle the min. synth and post-punk
line incredibly well. Really cool sound, IMO.
Weird Canada / Cantor Records
www.weirdcanada.com / www.cantorrecords.com
On Wed, Jul 28, 2010 at 10:59 AM, Nancy T. <nancy at softspotmusic.com> wrote:
> Kebab were a 4-piece post punk band from Belgium fronted by Simone
> (percussion & vocals) and Katja (synth & vocals). They released a limited
> 7" called *Life It's a Joke *in '82, and an even more limited demo tape
> ft. the track "We Live in a System". The band broke up soon after.
> This is really great, and highly overlooked Belgian post punk from the same
> scene as Cultural Decay, AA, De Brassers, Struggler, Siglo xx...
> Definitely check them out: http://soundcloud.com/softspotrecs
> 12" reissue of their *Life It's a Joke *7" and select tracks from the demo
> tape have been compiled and are now available:
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