The Shortwave Set - The Debt Collection album release - 3 track audio streams
The Debt Collection
Album Release on Independiente on April 18th 2005
Limited Edition 10” 4th April 2005
Step children of South East London, The Shortwave Set herald the imminent arrival of their debut album, the Victorian Funk masterwork The Debt Collection, with the release of a highly covetable 10” only record at the start of April 2005. Featuring album tracks Is It Any Wonder, Figures of ’62 and In Your Debt, it will be available via all discerning record stores. It follow the release of their debut single, Slingshot, a rickety, clumsily cut up and put back together stroke of genius that inadvertently stumbled into the world some 18 months ago.
A number of live appearances across the capital were warmly received around the time of their debut single; performances notable for the discernible air of menace the girl /boy front pairing exuded from the stage. To describe is as having the feel of a corrupted Nancy and Lee would in some regard capture the essence of their shows. Or perhaps Sonny and Cher after a ruck over who lost the manual sampler.
The last year or so have seen the trio survive on a diet of Bombay mix and own brand supermarket lager holed up in a one bedroom flat, while diligently piecing together their debut long player. Only now do they emerge, blinking, into the sunlight.
Made from an assortment of Deptford market junk and 50p charity shop tunes, fed into a dilapidated laptop, what has emerged are a bunch of uniquely beguiling, off kilter hangover classics. Now completed The Debt Collection is set to be release on April 18th 2005.
Live dates are currently confirmed to coincide with the album’s release and will be announced shortly. In the meantime the band’s 10” EP will be made available to the general public on 4th April.
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