Hello and welcome to this weeks edition the German Shepherd Records Newsletter

This week :

– The Junta’s second album “Network”
– A new single from Loop-aznavour
– Inferior Complex release video for “You’re The Only One For Me”
– Gigs

THE JUNTA RETURNS WITH “NETWORK”

Salford’s electronica maestro The Junta returns on August 10th with a brand new album “Network” with lots of special guests. As well as his recording debut on vocals on one of his own songs “All Roads”, The Junta has brought in friends Loop-aznavour on the wonderfully quirky “Welcome to my village”, Aidan Cross (The Bacillus, Weimar) on the darkly gothic “Ghost In The Machine” , and fellow Salford City Radio DJ Stephen Doyle on “They All Lead To”.

Along with the usual hi tempo Junta dance workouts there are also some slower more evocative pieces creating a marvellous collection of songs which demonstrate considerable progress since his debut album “Art Of Glass” and a subsequent run of EPs and Singles.

The video for the song All Roads can be found here

The Junta launches the album at a free gig at the Peer Hat, Manchester on August 17th with special guests Loop-aznavour and Poet & The Loops. The Junta will be joined on stage for his set by Ian Moss, Aidan Cross and Loop-aznavour.

The Junta on Facebook – @thejuntauk

NEW SINGLE FROM LOOP-AZNAVOUR

Also on August 10th we welcome back to the weird and wacky world of Theremin master Loop-aznavour with his special brand of Electronic Punk. The frontman of the highly respected Adventures of Salvador returns in solo mode with a two-track single including the dark “Requiem For A Mouse” and the high-tempo attack of “Snivelling Shit”. Loop’s caustic wit and punk attack make him one of the must-see artists on the Greater Manchester scene. His next gig is at the aforementioned Junta album launch at the Peer Hat on August 17th

Single B-Side “Snivelling Shit” ………

INFERIOR COMPLEX VIDEO

Southampton post-punkers Inferior Complex have released a new video to support their first single “You’re The Only One For Me”. The trio are currently working on a new EP which is planned for release later in the year.

GIGS

Please find below a list of forthcoming gigs featuring artists on our label

17th August – The Junta and Special Friends Live At The Peer Hat, Manchester
17th August – Drink and Drive play The Railway, Shaw Hall Bank Rd, OL3 7JZ
25th August – Electric Cheese play Lucky 8s Rock and Blues Bar, Chorley
25th August – The Mind Sweepers play the Carlisle Fringe Festival
25th August – Umbrella Assassins play Rugfest, Haverhill
25th August – Toska Wilde plays It Came From the Sea, It Died On the Beach- festival afterparty at 101 Social Club, Cliftonville.
26th August – The Mind Sweepers play Solfest – Cottage Stage
27th August – Four Candles play The 2nd annual Pressure Drop summer gig (private by invite only)
27th August – Taser Puppets play Glaston-Bury, Bury
15th September – The Scissors and Charlie Marshall play The Cornerhouse, Cambridge
15th September – Mesmer Disciples play Music Lounge, Stockton on Tees
16th September – Mesmer Disciples play Museum Vaults Sunderland.
21st September – Four Candles, Poppycock and Charlie Marshall play The Peer Hat, Manchester
27th September – Inferior Complex play Ferndown RBL
27th September – Electric Cheese support Tom Hingley at Preston Guildhall
28th September – Inferior Complex play The Shooting Star, Southampton
5th October – The Scissors are at Oxford Wheatsheaf (Klub Kakofanney).
5th October – Shaun Maxwell of Taser Puppets plays a solo acoustic set at Chorley Live
14th October – Taser Puppets play TNT Punk Fest at The Peer Hat
19th October – Taser Puppets play Old Courts, Wigan
2nd November – German Shepherd Records Fundraiser at The Peer Hat, Manchester – with Drink and Drive, Taser Puppets, The Strays and Flea
8th December – Boz Hayward, Poppycock and Ketrix play The Peer Hat, Manchester
22nd December – Drink and Drive play Strummercamp Fundraiser and Oldham Rugby Club

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