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Boomkat Product Review:
Dark Entries link hands with Sacred Bones to present selections from Outer Himmilayan Records seminal, rare catalogue of synth punk and Deathrock circa 1979-1982.
This is the real deal grit, featuring five tracks of whiny synths, snotty vox and primitive beatings by Soft Drinks; deathly drones, noise and possessed vocals by The Magits; and diesel and cider-spitting swagger from S-Haters. Would cost you exponentially more to pick up the originals. Whadda bargain!?
“Dark Entries and Sacred Bones team up to release the early discography of UK synth-punk and Deathrock label Outer Himmilayan Records. Between 1979 and 1982, Nick Blinko and Martin Cooper’s Outer Himmilayan Records released 7-inches by three short-lived bands – The Magits, Soft Drinks, and S-Haters – who would nonetheless cast a massive shadow on the UK’s burgeoning post-punk/anarcho punk scene. Outer Himmilayan Presents collects all of the music found on those original records, along with rare and unreleased tracks by all three bands. It’s a snapshot of a period of frenzied creativity by some of the UK’s most thrilling experimental punks.”