If you know The Pussywarmers then you will be surprised. There is no trace of the punk swing. Chansons, folk ballads, psychedelic beats, rocks and seagulls on a tropical coast. I like this better than the previous albums, but one thing is missing for me, the polyglotry.

The Pussywarmers and Réka – I Saw Them Leaving by Wild Honey

And look this: a 7″ by Réka Csiszér a “Hungarian Austrian Jazz Singer Film Maker Enfant Terrible” Femme Fatale + Lala Morte a “Thai Vietnamese Parisian Burlesque Performer” + Simone (Pussywarmers) + Nene (Movie Star Junkies). They recorded Dawn Penn’s reggae hit from 1967, You Don’t Love Me in a Billy Holiday and a Jane Birkin style French versions. It’s released by Voodoo Rhythm


D.Charles Speer is a guitarist. Grew up in Deep South of America. Moving to New York in the early 90s. Member of No-Neck Blues Band, a folk, drone, psychedelia, free jazz, noise and everything big band, who like to use the wharves, parks, rooftops and other unusual places for performances, so their shows have been shot down frequently by police. He likes and plays Greek and Arabic music. And rock’n’roll, blues, country and rockabilly

D Charles Speer & The Helix – Double Exposure LP by Thrill Jockey


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