In 2016, when Third Uncle originally approached Chunklet Industries about doing a series of co-released lathe singles, the list of artists to approach quickly mounted. However, the first band we wanted to hear more by was none other than Atlanta's Slugga.
Although now broken up, this is their terminal release, but you'd never be able to tell that Slugga had all but packed up by the time of this recording. Raw. Savage. Brilliant.
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Their best album so far; perhaps Easterfaust is as good. These guys always change a bit but after all these years you recognize their style. The three pieces fit well together and make a nice album structure. peter1328
supported by 5 fans who also own “Plastique b/w Suffering”
The most aptly-named band I've ever heard. Takes blusey swamp rock to its logical conclusion, stretching out 12 bar jamming for 8, 10, 25+ minutes. Think Z.Z. Top goes krautrock. Absolutely hypnotic. pierrelefou