This is a fantastic and extremely strange record, full of amazing voice utilisation, electronica and a massive punk vibe as well. Moreover, Yeah You is a father/daughter combo. Go figure.
Favorite track: i, catalysed.
'Id Vendor' is Newcastle outfit Yeah You’s Slip debut: a stack of crackpot situationist pop forged in the fire of free improvisation.
Jrmy Paxmn and Elvin Brandhi are relentlessly producing instinctive, chewed-up tunes on the fly. Culled from sessions crammed into weekly drives to yoga, idle moments in the trolley park of Bridgend Tesco, and a late-night wander in Brussels, 'Id Vendor' captures the father/daughter duo in superlative form off the back of knockout 2016 shows at Kraak, Borealis, and Counterflows.
A wicked onslaught of blunted beats, rudimentary synth contortions, and haphazard vocals as relentless as it is unpredictable as it is bloody wild.
'Id Vendor' [SLP026] is available on clear yellow-reeled C50 tape or CD, with download. It comes packaged with a fold-out A3 poster with artwork by Elvin Brandhi.
released June 27, 2016
Music by Elvin Brandhi & Jrmy Paxmn
Mastering by Owen Roberts
Artwork by Elvin Brandhi
Tapes dubbed by Otto Willberg