MONGREL ZINE RECORDS’ first vinyl release: “Candy” / “Holding The Devil’s Hand”, a split 7″ single with RED MASS and CINDY LEE.
"Candy" by RED MASS features ROY VUCINO (vocals, bass), HANNAH L IS DEAD (backup vocals), ARIANE GRUET-PELCHAT (violin), SABA LOU (keyboard), MARK SULTAN (bongos, shakers) & KING KHAN (theremin, toys).
CINDY LEE is PATRICK FLEGEL (WOMEN) and MORGAN COOK (SISTER BLANCHE) with JULIE TAYLOR (YUNG MUMS) on bass.
Limited edition of 650 copies on black vinyl.
"Fantastic single shared by Montreal’s Red Mass (who manage to bring Jefferson Airplane into the futurist garage rock era with the help of King Khan) and Vancouver’s Cindy Lee (who evoke the same timeless vibe as Chris D & Julie Christensen’s early duets in a very sparse setting). Released by a Vancouver zine that is worth eyeing as well." - Byron Coley, The Wire (July 2013)
Includes unlimited streaming of RED MASS / CINDY LEE Split 7″
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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edition of 650
Streaming + Download
Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Download includes two songs (“Candy” by Red Mass & “Holding the Devil's Hand” by Cindy Lee) plus interview with RED MASS from MONGREL ZINE #6, interview with CINDY LEE from MONGREL ZINE #11, and record liner inserts
supported by 10 fans who also own “RED MASS / CINDY LEE Split 7″”
the blink and its gone limited tape release was selling for $100 on discogs, a heartbreaking tragedy, a masterpiece held for ransom, but the clouds have parted, here it is and on tape hiss free vinyl! hot damm. thank you superior viaduct! jgladden
supported by 6 fans who also own “RED MASS / CINDY LEE Split 7″”
This album is so varied and a staple to rock in Canada, I really appreciate all the effort put in by each member of Freak Heat Waves. So much raw talent and killing of a game. This is the type of album I listened to on a plane and was swept out of my head and into a different world, the same world. My top three favs are Design of Success, Dig a Hole, but for sure China Blue.
Tad Mikio Ishikawa