RIYL: SURVIVE, Le Matos, Molly Ringwald
Label: Burning Witches Records
If you were a young adolescent coming of age anywhere close to the 1980s, you’ve daydreamed about meetingÂ Andie WalshÂ at a record store browsing the ‘New Order’ section.Â If you grew up in the 1990s and had access to cable, there’s a damn good chance you came across The Breakfast Club,Â Sixteen CandlesÂ or Pretty in Pink on TBSÂ and couldn’t bring yourself to change the channel.Â Â It was only a matter of time before someone out there in the cosmos with a Jupiter 8 dedicated a whole album to the one and only Molly Ringwald.Â Finally.
Cory Kilduff found his muse and crafted 10 synth-dominated tracks on his newest full-lengthÂ When It All Gets To Be Too Much.Â If you love synthwave, arpeggiators and the neon glow of the 1980s, this record needs to be in your collection.Â Since these are shipping from Burning Witches HQ in the UK, shipping will be pretty high for statesiders.Â Good news, though!Â A few US distros like Bullmoose have copies.Â Mondo will be selling a few copies domestically HERE on Wednesday at noon CST.Â If you miss out on those, though, smash that ‘buy’ link and grab a copy on luscious color-in-color splatter vinyl.
When It All Gets To Be Too Much is available on vinyl from Burning Witches Records on limited edition colour vinyl, with insert print and download card. Only 500 worldwide.
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive