The musical output of Northampton’s Matt Krefting is varied, from the bluesy rock of 2009’s I Couldn’t Love You More to the electronic ambience of 2012’s Sweet Days Of Discipline. One never quite knows what to expect, but that can be said of a good deal of the music coming out of Northampton. What sets Krefting apart is not only the ease with which he moves through ethereal electronic experimentation, tape music, and even the classic rock cover, but the willingness to do so. His newest release, Lipstick, is out now on the stellar Ultra Eczema label. The pressing is very limited so act quickly. Check out the A-side below.
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