FIRST LIVE 7"s FROM THIRD MAN CASS CORRIDOR

18 October 2018

THIRD MAN RECORDS ANNOUNCES FIRST LIVE 7"s FROM THIRD MAN CASS CORRIDOR: ESCAPE-ISM'S "CRIME WAVE ROCK" & THIS IS THE KIT'S "COLD AND GOT COLDER"

TO BE RELEASED ON OCTOBER 26 PRE-ORDERS AVAILABLE NOW

Third Man Records is pleased to announce two new live 7"s, special because they are the FIRST to be released from performances recorded at Third Man Records Cass Corridor in Detroit: ESCAPE-ISM's "Crime Wave Rock" b/w "Bodysnatcher," and This Is The Kit's "Cold and Got Colder" b/w "Earthquake." The vinyl-only singles are out Friday, October 26 on black vinyl at thirdmanstore.com and wherever records are sold, with pre-orders available today HERE. Limited edition blue vinyl versions will be available in Third Man's Nashville and Detroit storefronts, as well as to attendees at the upcoming Escape-ism / David Nance Group show in the Nashville Blue Room on the same day of release.

ESCAPE-ISM: "Crime Wave Rock" b/w "Bodysnatcher"
Ian F. Svenonius and the philosopher of fuzz, black-jacket beat-bopper, bandstand bolshevik, single note savant, tear-stained tape deck, last refuge of ineptitude, sin is in group ESCAPE-ISM stopped by our Detroit location one afternoon last spring and recorded this pan-sonic polymorphously perverse plastic platter live on the Blue Stage. TOP SECRET. DO NOT BUY.

Love these songs? Check out their studio versions here and here

 

This Is The Kit: "Cold and Got Colder" b/w "Earthquake"
Kate Stables has been recording and releasing music as This Is The Kit since 2005. In May of 2018, Kate and her band took some time off from their busy tour schedule supporting The National and treated us to a very intimate and special performance. Stables' uniquely-textured voice possesses a tone that quietly reels you in, and -- following the tradition of exquisitely strange troubadours like Karen Dalton, Will Oldham, or Robert Wyatt -- is simply arresting. The two selections on this release can be found on This Is The Kit's wonderful early releases on Brassland Records, and don't forget to check out Moonshine Freeze on Rough Trade.