Space Streakings "Six-Eye Guy" T-Shirt with SKiN GRAFT back logo

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Space Streakings "Six-Eye Guy" T-Shirt 

Large front print with small SKiN GRAFT RECORDS back logo!

This t-shirt, available in a blue Men's Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, XXL, and XXXL. - Unisex Short Sleeve Jersey Tee 4.2 oz., 100% combed and ring spun cotton, 30 singles combed and ring spun cotton/polyester Side seams, retail fit Shoulder to shoulder taping and Unisex sizing*

*This is an OFFICIALLY LICENSED LTD release. With consent from the band.  SKiN GRAFT Records logo courtesy of Mark Fisher

ABOUT SPACE STREAKINGS: The Boredoms, Shonen Knife and Pizzicato Five may get all the media attention, but there's a lot more to contemporary Japanese rock than that. With a cast that reads like a badly translated film festival - Captain Insect (bass, programming), Karate Condor (guitar, guitar synth, vocoder), Screaming Stomach (vocals, guitar, trumpet) and Kame Bazooka (vocals, sax, guitar) - Space Streakings creates hyper-speed meltdown noise, a thick hysterical barrage of galloping electronic percussion, horns, whistles, samples and shouted Japanese vocals, achieving a disjointed level of frenzy that suggests a flooding factory full of workers scrambling for the exits in a blind panic. Far more boisterous and a lot less methodical than American industrialists, the quartet rushes in and around its tracks, layering bits on to a point of distraction in which chaos would come as a welcome relief. Kazuyuki K. Null of Zeni Geva produced Hatsu-Koi ("First Love"); Steve Albini attended to the studio documentation of 7-Toku. In 1996, Chicago's Mount Shasta joined up with their Japanese labelmates for a one-off release as Shakuhachi Surprise. Short-attention-span fans never had it so good, but their albums are not for the easily agitated. - Ira Robbins / Trouser Press

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