The Computers C.R.U.E.L Expected 18th November - contains the last postcard to complete the set of four! C.R.U.E.L is the fourth single from The Computers Mark Neill (Black Keys) produced Love Triangles, Hate Squares. This song really expresses their Elvis Costello influence mixed with their rock n'soul! The Computers have played a string of shows for us most notably at BBDO, a great in-store and on Halloween at New Noise last year where they did a set of Misfits covers. Recommended! https://www.facebook.com/thecomputers One Little Indian 7"
The Computers Mr Saturday Night Limited edition lime green vinyl, includes the third in a series of four postcards which fit together. The Computers return with the third single off their recently released second album, Love Triangles, Hate Squares. Awesome punk rock mixed with rock n' roll with a load of soul thrown in for good measure! https://www.facebook.com/thecomputers One Little Indian 7"
The Computers Love Triangles, Hate Squares (single) New single from The Computers includes the first of four postcards which will fit together. This single is the title track from their forthcoming album. Punk rock mixed with rock n' roll mixed with soul! http://www.facebook.com/thecomputers One Little Indian 7"
The Computers Elvis Vs Elvis New picture disc 10", limited to 500 copies, from one of the most exciting live bands we regularly have playing in Kingston. Last Black Friday they released a brilliant 10" of Misfits covers and this time they have stepped up the game and release covers of two or their great inspirations - Elvis Presley and Elvis Costello! www.facebook.com/thecomputers One Little Indian 10" RSD 2013
The Computers Love Triangles Hate Squares LP is limited, numbered, burgundy vinyl with double-sided poster and download code.Exeter soul-punks The Computers have played some great shows for us, notably at Banquet's Big Day Out and on Halloween last year where they played a set of Misfits covers! Love Triangles Hate Squares was recorded by Mark Neill (Black Keys) in Georgia, USA and mixed by Alex Newport (Frank Turner, City & Colour). It's the output from five guys, predominantly of an underground punk background, combining their love of soul and Motown with high energy punk-rock n'roll. You won't hear anything quite like it! One Little Indian CD | LP
The Computers Disco Sucks Includes the first in a set of 4 postcards, which will fit together to form one big image! Other postcards will come with the new LP and the other singles taken from it.New 7" single from Banquet faves The Computers, produced by Mark Neill (Black Keys) and mixed by Alex Newport (Frank Turner, City & Colour). These guys have played some great shows for us notably at Banquet's Big Day Out and on Halloween last year where they played a set of Misfits covers! Disco Sucks is an anthemic garage rock n'roll / soul song. http://www.facebook.com/thecomputers One Little Indian 7"
The Computers This Is The Computers This Is The Computers, who return with a new album recorded in San Diego with John 'Speedo' Reis (Rocket From The Crypt, Hot Snakes, Drive Like Jehu). The Exeter punks have been growing in stature and are starting to get the recognition they deserve with Radio 1 plays aplenty for singles 'Group Identity' and 'Music Is Dead'. www.thisisthecomputers.com/ One Little Indian CD | LP
The Computers Music Is Dead Expected 2nd May. Red vinyl, limited to 500. Second single from the forthcoming Computers album 'This Is The Computers' (due 16th May). B-side is a cover of the Elvis classic 'Burning Love' which is exclusive to this single. Every cover for this 7" is unique - handmade / hand drawn / hand stencilled etc - so no two are alike. Cover art by the likes of: Speedo (Rocket From The Crypt) Alexisonfire, Sharks, Walter Schreifels, Dinosaur Pile-Up, The Xcerts, Gay For Johnny Depp and loads more! We can't guarantee you a specific cover, but you can see some of the (frankly amazing!) designs in the video below: http://www.thisisthecomputers.com One Little Indian 7"
The Computers Group Identity White vinyl, limited to 500. New single from The Computers getting big love from Radio 1, 6Music, XFM and NME TV! Special signed copies exclusive to Banquet! signed copies sold out. From Exeter’s very own tight-knit and fertile punk scene, The Computers return in February with ‘Group Identity’, the new 7” single from their forthcoming debut full-length album, This Is The Computers. The four-piece are on typically strong form, with an accompanying video recorded in drummer Aidan’s gran’s house in a tiny rural Devon village. The single also comes backed with a cover of The Clash’s ‘Train in Vain’, as the band pay homage to one of punk’s true greats. www.myspace.com/thisisthecomputers One Little Indian 7"