Recently the band shared the a-side track, a pulsating piece of techno-tinged industrial entitled "Overheated". Now you can stream the b-side of the record which is not far off from the electronic proto-punk stylings of Suicide. Stream "Gold Leaves"
Prolife is an anti-suicide band formed out of the ashes of death rock enthusiasts and label alumni Slug Guts. After Slug Guts' last U.S. tour, James Dalgliesh (vocals) and Nicholas Kuceli (saxophone) returned to their flat on Lygon St. in Melbourne, Australia and decided to buy some pedals to make noisy landscapes for the modern asthmatic gentleman to lie awake to at night. Using toy keyboards (and some real ones) they developed minimal two track techno into a set of sprawling song based sets and played some shows with Jonny Telafone, Forces, Asps and Lakes. Their first proper release, this 7-inch, was recorded and produced by themselves with the help of Todd Dixon, who has specifically asked not to be named here.
Feb 23, 2014: Melbourne, AU, The Tote
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