We're pleased to announce the release of four new Funeral Party releases. All four of the releases can be purchased here.
The Criminal World - Blood Money Lathe
The Criminal World play a blend of post-punk and shoegaze not unlike Lowlife, Cocteau Twins, and The Chameleons. Featuring Tobias & Conrad from Soft Kill and Nicole from Cercle Social Records. Limited to 25 copies. SOLD OUT
Fearing - A Life of None CS
Hailing from Oakland, California, Fearing play a style of music not usually associated with near-perfect weather and sunny beaches. Taking cues from such pioneers such as Asylum Party, Pornography-era The Cure, and The Chameleons; Fearing tackle themes of love, life, and lost morality. Limited to 98 copies.
Jon Edifice - Jon Edifice LP
Anonymous and obscure outfit Jon Edifice offers up a deceivingly effortless and vaguely hopeful collection of striving post-punk hymns for a latent generation. This is the sound of comfortable encounters; it rolls across the eardrums and simply makes sense. There is no challenge here, what you hear is exactly what you get, it’s like showing up at the same job you have worked for the past 10 years or falling into bed at the end of the day. The problem is, once you get too accustomed to something change can be hiding just around the corner; ready to slap you across your smug face. Don’t take anything for granted, it might not be there for you in the morning. Jon Edifice is the soundtrack to taking the tried and true and making it vibrant and entertaining once again. - Sam Vince/Down and Out Zine. Limited to 300 copies with 22x28 newsprint poster inserts.
Lunacy - Beneath The Fold CS
This is a sonic walk-through of landscapes that no longer exist. This is the drip of electronic water on memories of something deep in rooms without a view. Echoes of human activity resonating in the factory chapel, the walls and sentiments covered with moss. - Roy Montgomery. Limited to 100 copies.