Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Polvover and over again!



That's right guys and gals, a second Polvo post in less than a week. The defunct Chapel Hill based math/spazzy indie rocksters have totally taken over my listening schedule over the last few days, and as I received my second record of theirs in the post today I thought I better put it up here! Here we have both sides of their 1991 single Vibracobra, which came out on Kitchen Puff Records, Rockville Records, Dutch East India Trading AND Jettison Records! Maybe one label recorded it, one did the artwork, one supplied the vinyl and the last distributed it? Who knows. It's on rather fine blue vinyl, and the package even contains a completely out of date flyer asking me to buy their tshirt for $8. If ONLY this was 1991! Bastards. Anyway the A-side went on to feature on their ace as hell debut on Merge, Cor-Crane Secret, in 1992, and the bside The Drill, was exclusive to this release. More info on Polvo at their wiki, or you can see the lo-fi Vibracobra video at youtube! Enjoy mofos.

Polvo - Vibracobra
Polvo - The Drill

2 Comments:

Anonymous butter team said...

thanks for the polvo and pavement props! i grew up in raleigh (next to chapel hill) and we worshipped those fools. have you heard of archers of loaf? same era/area.

http://www.butterteam.com/2007/04/archers-of-loaf-still-good.html

5:03 am, June 10, 2007  
Blogger Sarah said...

Bring on the Dillon Fence!

7:18 pm, June 18, 2007  

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