When it All Collapses, We Will Still Be Here is a trans-national post-rock threesome consisting of Vincent Slegers (Belgium), Lukrezia Krämer (Germany) and Aaahh’s own Tim Holehouse (UK).
This is their début album, consisting of two 20+ minute pieces.
Heartfelt acoustic punk rock from Bristol. Recorded and produced by our very own Tim Holehouse.
I first met Malcolm when he and Tim Holehouse were touring together and needed somewhere to crash. Malcolm’s first thing was to compliment by collection of Lucha masks. Suffice to say, we became friends.
To mark Malcolm’s Autumn 2019 UK tour (again alongside Mr. Holehouse) we’ve put together this ‘introductory’ album.
I suggested Malcolm compile a ‘best of’, and he suggested recorded a bunch of live favourites that are otherwise un-recorded; and who am I to argue.
I first met Greg when he was on tour with Tim Holehouse and was instantly blown away with him, both as a person and as a performer.
Greg was touring his album Punkoustic, a great collection of foot-stomping acoustic punk. 2019 sees the 5th anniversary of Punkoustic so, to celebrate, we – alongside No Reason Records and Loud, Broke and Dumb Records – finally gave this album a long overdue vinyl release.
Black vinyl, limited to – I think – 300 copies. These were pressed in Canada and I’ve only had a small amount shipped to the UK (via Canada Post charges and customs fees).
Following on from his split with Tim Holehouse, Kaleb Stewart – formerly of As Friends Rust – releases this six-track cassette of acoustic demos, put together for his Spring 2018 tour of Europe.
These are all manually dubbed and handmade by myself at Aaahh!!! HQ, and only 25 exist. Kaleb has most of them, so a very limited amount are available here. Your tape will have a randomly selected sleeve; yellow, green or red.
Here’s a complete list of every gig I’ve ever run, under every different “promoter” alias, in every city. 2021 (1) #243 – 22nd May – Jake Martin + Tim Holehouse + Old Man Boom – Storey’s Field Centre, Cambridge [flyer] 2020 (3) #242 – 19th December – Aaahh!!! Real Christmas Continue Reading