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Artist: KITCHENS FLOOR
Title: Regrets
Format: 7"
Label: RIP Society
Country: Australia
Price: $12.00
"Originally released in 2010 in edition of 300 and selling out within a couple of months. Reissued (and I say reissued as we had to get new plates made) in July 2013 as its an important part of the KITCHENS FLOOR discography. Although some would argue that "Still Night" is one of the worst Kitchens Floor songs, the consensus at R.I.P HQ is that its one of the best. Heres the mastermind of group MATT KENNEDYs recollection of the recording... These 3 songs were recorded in an old dilapidated share house in Spring Hill, Brisbane. They were recorded by JORDAN SWEENEY on an old reel to reel tape thing. This was late 2009, not long after Loneliness is a Dirty Mattress had been released to massive success and I was finally able to make a living from selling photos and t-shirts of my house. Many people have commented on the complete lack of appreciable sound quality for this record. Some have told me that Still Night is the worst song I have ever written. I dont think it is my best either but I have written worse, Insects for example. I am proud of this record, it is honest and is what it is. Orbit and Regrets were written from the heart, and these versions of them are raw as heck. Prominent in the mix is the sturdy bass playing of GLEN SCHENAU, and the impeccable drum work of JULIA NORRIS. That percussion pot never sounded finer than it does on this release. So go forth and listen! And hit me up if you want photos or t-shirts of my house." -Australia.

Artist: NATIVE CATS
Title: Dallas
Format: LP
Label: RIP Society
Country: Australia
Price: $18.00
"Since 2007, JULIAN TEAKLE and PETER ESCOTT have been operating musically from their home city of Hobart, Tasmania, under the name of the NATIVE CATS; if not "working together" as such, then at least each asking the others permission before adding something to a song, and generally moving towards a roughly common goal. Now, with the release of their third album, Dallas, the Native Cats grand plan is becoming clear: big shifts within a very small space. The bands job description remains the same as it has always been Teakle plays bass, Escott sings and operates only the most user friendly electronics, and all the pieces are cryptically aligned in sympathy with your complicated troubles or steady anxiety but thanks to some adventurous songwriting, a criminally underrated Nintendo synthesiser, and a recent inspiring tour of noted musical hotspot the United States of America, Dallas is a unique and unusual beast. The Native Cats may have started out as something of a lo-fi minimalist muck-about, but with Dallas they are deep into something powerful and strange, something nobody knew they wanted until it was standing right in front of them, holding a bass and a portable video game console, sending the inner world to the outer world." -RIP Society.

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