MELT YOURSELF DOWN
Melt Yourself Down make sounds you can taste and smell. Strange incantations of fierce post-punk, discordant funk and wild sonic voodoo. Centred around saxophonist Pete Wareham, they number some of the finest musicians in the land, spanning jazz, rock and world music. Theirs is music mined and hewn from North African deserts and the New York underground. Sounds blasted and blown. Jazz detonated. Rhythms to rearrange the DNA.
Live, they’re a tropical storm, lit by full-frontal fireworks and led from the front by Kushal Gaya, part fingerpointing punk shaman, part proselytising preacherman, spitting fire and brimstone calls that demand a response. Their message: Melt Yourself Down and turn yourself up.
Gramme is the musically pioneering band that went missing in action sometime around 2000. Originally signed to Trevor Jackson's Output label, the band emerged in the mid-nineties with a sound so out of step with the cultural milieu they found themselves swimming against the tide. After more than a decade of silence – no gigs, no music, no nothing – Gramme return with their debut album Fascination.
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