02 December 2008

Urban Mayhem

The first time I met Scotty was outside the Feedback on King st Newtown arguing about who was better Slapshot or Negative FX.I always said Slapshot.And I will still say Slapshot to this very day.This was all around summer '98 they played a few shows , shared a room together at Club 111 , travelled to Newcastle and Melbourne with us a lot.
On one particular trip to Newcastle when they were playing at the Black Box I slipped a tape to the soundman and said hey hit record on these guys.And that recording ended up as this 7". Jay put it out ... not cause it was the most fantastic music or recording ever but cause they're mates.And that was .... and wish it still is ... the reason great records and bands are made.FUN. Not fucking myspace or eye makeup or your sisters jeans or record deals  

Urban Mayhem 7" Snapshot records

Clear 'vinyl' (really shitty polycarbonite) 50 only (maybe 25...)

House party @ Club 111 (Elbow Deep,AVO,Urban Mayhem)

Circle pit at Club 111

Cozzy Mayhem on the drums

Insert from the Urban Mayhem 7"

The 7" was recorded live from the mixing desk at the Black Box in Newcastle.

Download the source tape here

It's noisy but hey what are ya gonna do?


X-X said...

Great post, been wanting to hear this for yearssssssssss

LAST RIGHTS 7" is the best Jack Kelly related release.

Cade said...

Coming through with the goods again! Sounds like shit, but it's still killer.