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Polaroids Of Androids

Reacharounds

Shrapnel
Print And Sign

Battling with a dominate bubblegum synth, these sentences aren't all-together decipherable. "Printing my name" or "printing money" or "printing a Monet". The latter seems most likely, given we're currently residing in an age of three-dimensional printers and the increased likelihood that all currencies (physical, imaginary and digital) will be replaced by the bartering system of Fine Art in the very near future. But, in the immortal words of Alvin Nathaniel Joiner — "what's the bloody difference?". All three options assist in summarising the song's core subject matter — the fact that in August we're being forced to trade in our trusty John Handcock's for four-digit numerical values when transacting with our credit cards. You can't hack into my body and steal my signature-writing hand.

Shrapnel is the new bedroom pop project from Sammy "All The Bands" Wilkinson (Day Ravies, King Tears Mortuary, Beef Jerk, Disgusting People, INXS). Debut live performance is happening this weekend in Brisbane at the Tenth Court Festival, with a full-length cassette due out via the label in April.

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Day Ravies
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