MUSH – ” Gig Economy “

Posted: July 31, 2018 in MUSIC
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Last year, after more than a decade, the Too Pure Singles Club came to an end. After more than 120 releases, including early recordings by the likes of Pulled Apart By Horses, Bear Hands and Drahla.

So after 10 years Too Pure Singles Club came to a natural end as a subscription based label in December 2017 and the label closed its doors. It was a sad day for many reasons none more so than there was now one less label championing underground UK music and generally bringing the mother flipping ruckus… Fear not Dipped in Gold is here to fill that void! We begin this momentous journey with the first release… by Leeds Art-Rockers Mush. Like Alt Facts before it Gig Economy combines a wry social commentary with spasmodic and Idiosyncratic hooks and general guitar wonderment. Mush have been causing quite the stir on the DIY scene supporting the likes of Rolling Blackouts, Omni, Ulrika Spacek, Drahla and Parquet Courts

The launch of Dipped In Gold Recordings. It’s not a monthly subscription club by Too Pure, instead sharing the most exciting new sounds they come across.

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So this fresh chapter begins with a release from Mush. This Leeds four-piece share ‘Gig Economy’ – four minutes of addictive, scratchy, lo-fi art-rock. It comes out on 14th September.

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