Word of warning – this is immense. Is it just me or is this channelling deep, the spirit of Marc and the Mambas, one things for certain there’s a more than passing admiration for Scott Walker haunting the bleakly beautiful groove lines at work here. Alas we’ve only had time to sample the dark delights of the opening cut ‘27’ – a track culled from an ultra limited cassette release pressed up by Jehu and Chinaman from Scammers – who is better known to kith n’ kin as Phil Diamond, the set incidentally entitled ‘a song that can exist’ is in an edition of 30 with design artwork by Liz Pavlovic. Frankly I want one.

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