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New release: Buried Fires b/w Cut Hands Remix

Buried Fires 7" cover
Today Endtyme Records release the long awaited but new 7″ by GTT: Buried Fires b/w Cut Hands Remix. Pre-orders are now available (including special new T-shirt & 7″ bundle) from the . William Bennett has really slayed in his inimitable style with the gargantuan Cut Hands remix on the flip. Big thanks to the awesome Rebecca Salvadori for the video.

New video of track that WON’T be on our forthcoming album

We were asked to play a late night club gig with Cut Hands and Hieroglyphic Being on a big ass soundsystem so we took the chance to experiment with a largely improvised collaborative set with former GTT member Jaxson Payne on his signature electronic drum kit/sampler. Here’s a video of a track called ‘They Watch Through Soil’. Big thanks to Ethan Race for creating the video.

Raw Power Festival – London 29-31 August

One of our favorite promoters in London, the venerable Baba Yaga’s Hut, is putting on this awesome festival. We don’t get enough multi-day events like these in this city so we really want to express our support. We’re yet to hear which day we’ll be playing but will update when we do.

Other bands confirmed:  Acid Mothers Temple (Saturday headliner), AKDK, Axes, Bad Guys, Clinic (Friday headliner), Evil Blizzard, Flamingods, Gentle Friendly, Henry Blacker, Hey Colossus, Mainliner, oMMM, Richard Pinhas, Shabash, Shopping, Teeth of the Sea, That Fucking Tank, The Oscillation, The Comet is Coming, Terminal Cheesecake, Thought Forms, Tomaga, Younghusband, Vision Fortune, Xaviers

Early birdie cheap tickets are available here.

Fatout Festival – Manchester 25 May

Fatout Festival 2014We are very pleased to confirm we are playing at this:
“Fat Out Fest returns to Islington Mill this May 23rd; a three day festival over the Bank Holiday, celebrating independent creativity, blurring the boundaries between music, performance, art and film in an interactive and multi-disciplinary experience. With thanks to the Arts Council, the festival has been awarded a Grant for the Arts.

It will be the our most collaborative effort to date, with four handpicked collectives chosen to curate two further stages, making this edition the most diverse yet. Opal Tapes, Video Jam, Gizeh Record and Tombed Visions will be curating their own dedicated spaces throughout the weekender, as well as a fully interactive sound installation by Action Beat and collaboration between visual artist KHOM and local musicians.

Confirmed to headline the main stage over the bank holiday weekend include the legendary Melt-Banana and critically acclaimed Cut Hands; a mere glimpse at what promises to be our most enthralling line up to date. “

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