Frankie Rose preps new LP for June; Jorge Elbrecht (ex-Violens) forms Presentable Corpse (listen)
Grey Market, the new Los Angeles-based label that just put out No Joy’s new Creep EP, will co-release the new Frankie Rose album, due out in June, with Slumberland. The record, her first since 2013’s Herein Wild, is produced in part by Jorge Elbrecht of Lansing-Dreiden/Violens who also produced No Joy’s new Creep EP. Stay tuned for details on Frankie’s new LP, but if you’re going to Austin for SXSW, you can catch her there, as well as at the Not So Fun Weekend in Dallas on March 17.
Jorge Elbrecht has touched every record Grey Market has released so far, including his own new project Presentable Corpse‘s debut single, “Don’t End Up Alone,” which is not miles from the lighter Violens moments. As usual, it’s pretty great and you can stream both sides of that 7″ below.
He also produced the two other just-released 7″ singles on Grey Market: “Sealegs” by Denver, CO dreampop band Oko Tygra, and “M.S.C.E.” by Costa Rican garage punks Ave Negra. You can stream those below too.
And while you’re at it down there, you can listen to No Joy’s Creep EP in full. They play Brooklyn’s Sunnyvale on Saturday night.