A Theme Park for Whatever Happened

by The Piss Superstition

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The Piss Superstition is a solo project from Leeds resident Julian Bradley. The suave Mr.Bradley is of course best known for being a founder member of The Vibracathedral Orchestra. If you’ve never heard of them, well, I don’t believe you, but in case its true, you may remember him from Birmingham’s finest amplifier drone crew The Negative Kite, or for his duo work with Neil Campbell (Astral Social Club). Or for a series of very limited solo releases, mostly cassettes and mostly ultra limited editions, either under his own name or as A Companion As Glamorous As Sleeping On Wheels. When last sighted on stage he was blazing through “Human Cannonball” in the rockband version of Birds Of Delay.

This LP is the first Julian Bradley sighting for a few years, and the first vinyl since a ltd.100 LP on Giardia sometime in the mid-90s.
“A Theme Park For Whatever Happened Before” features eight tracks of intricate electronic calligraphy produced by archaic and malfunctioning effects units, unsweetened by digital reverb or any other modern day fripperies. Fuzztone and feedback patterns pulsating and intersecting to create a unique sound which mixes drone electronics, garage psych and a lumbering dose of doom metal.

It doesn’t sound quite like anything else ever, but if you can imagine The Dead C eviscerating the instrumental bits off the first Roxy Music album you’re halfway there. Mr.Bradley is not a ten-CDR-a-month man, to put it mildly, so don’t miss out on this rare vinyl appearance, which has a full pro-printed colour cover (truly a Memoirs first)

Please note no download is currently available, just the vinyl. We don't have a digital master copy of this record to hand at present.

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released April 3, 2013

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Memoirs formed in 2002 from the ashes of legendary tape label Betley Welcomes Careful Drivers. Since then, as well has releasing Ashtray Navigations recordings, Memoirs of an Aesthete has been a conduit for the weird, wonderful and obscure of the UK underground and beyond. Releasing records we think deserve to be heard, because if we didn't who else would? ... more

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