BG071 // 10 Feb 2014
Songs For Walter aka Laurie Hulme is back with another slice of folk pop, this time armed with a banjo and a story about his Grandfathers philosophy, communism and constitutional stance about Laurie changing his university course to politics.
The title is from the philosopher: Thomas Hobbe’s ‘Leviathan’ of which Laurie studied during his time at university. Hobbes says that ungoverned man would be constantly at war because of Competition, Diffidence and Glory. This is a comprehensible story about family life and how it can affect your studies, read into it as much as like.
Free download here.
BG072 // 10 Feb 2014
North Carolina’s The Sweets and PETEY return to Bleeding Gold for another split cassette release, this time featuring 2 new EPs – 9 tracks of slacker lo-fi goodness. Cassette comes in white with purple ink or translucent purple with white ink, double-sided full color jcards and digital download cards. Order here. Stream here.