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Calling all Stoners, Spacemen, Rockers and Druids!
The Saturn III’s deafening debut EP has finally taken physical form and it’s available now in a strictly limited quantity of 33 pretty purple copies. Like to hold your music in your hands…? Then, snap this up while you can!
Hey there, all you creeps, creatures, freaks and weirdos!
Our favorite holiday is nearly upon us and The Lone Sum have served up a tasty little treat just in time for the party. Snap it up now and cackle with delight, then spin it in your playlist on Halloween night.
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Today marks the last day of Summer. Oh, Well… The Lone Sum captured it on record, so you can replay it over and over.
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We told you we’d shoot, but you didn’t believe us… WHY DIDN’T YOU BELIEVE US?! Perhaps, because we advertised this album as being for sale almost a year ago…
Well, today’s the day, Folks!
Available now from DeaFM Record Co.…
"Shotgun Songs" (A Collection Of Impromptu Instrumentals)
Ages ago, we formulated a philosophy - creativity is community - and when our creative comrades are around, we’re inspired to be productive. With that in mind, we came up with an interesting idea to write and record (or “shotgun”) songs simultaneously. The rules were simple: Collaborate to create something out of nothing and don’t over-think; One song per session and absolutely no musical changes or overdubs are permitted after a session is finished. The end result is a snapshot of a few nights a few years ago with some fond friends of ours. It’s not supposed to be groundbreaking, but it is unique to the combination of performers during each of those memorable sessions. Now, you too can enjoy these performances as much as we do.
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As if illustrating their own sonic DNA, while maintaining a musical “rule of thirds”, The Saturn III has issued another arrangement of a classic (albeit “deep”) cut in their field. It should have been obvious that our fresh-faced space trio might reference their namesake, but what’s interesting is that they’ve actually cross-referenced two mediums, bridging a gap between what is arguably Fu Manchu’s most atmospheric banger and the B-movie flop by which it was likely inspired.
From their previous work, it’s apparent that the Saturn III aren’t content to merely “cover” great work verbatim, instead preferring to appropriate a source as if it were their own. By shifting sections like a melodic slide-puzzle and re-purposing rhythms for dynamic effect, they’ve successfully achieved an amalgam of their fuzzy three-part formula — One part Doom, another part Desert Rock and finally, Psychedelia — into a theme of sorts for their unique brand of noise.
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Today, an unexpected package arrived at headquarters. After it was thoroughly inspected by the bomb squad, we discovered its mysterious contents… 45 numbered copies of The 45 Syndicate’s debut EP “Surf?!”, pressed on beautiful BLUE plastic and housed in a miniature gatefold sleeve.
It looks like we’ve got a brand new product to push, so head on over to the Syndicate Bandcamp and snag one of these pretty little pieces before they disappear. Again, we’ve only got FORTY-FIVE of these gems… They won’t last very long!
Jim Morrison was once quoted as saying, “[Blue Cheer] is the single most powerful band I’ve ever seen”.
With that firmly in mind, The Saturn III have once again chosen to pay homage… this time, to a trio of giants. As one might expect, the results are bold and exciting as this rendition seeks to not only capture the power of titans in their prime, but just like Blue Cheer did so well with their own spectacular arrangement of Eddie Cochran’s “Summertime Blues”, emphasize the thrill of restoring a relative classic for the embrace and admiration of a new generation.
With fuzz on ‘full’ and style set to ‘stun’, The Saturn III have done it again… And they’ve only just begun.
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