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A, Who Sings That Beat? by Ale Mania

Ale Mania

A, Who Sings That Beat?

***The debut album of one of San Diego’s finest after seven inches on Volar and Italy’s Hell Yes!, ALE MANIA’s A, Who Sings That Beat?, is a wild beast, veering between dark post-punk, new romantic/new wave pulses, art-damaged garage rock, and strange ambience.?!  Adored by the likes of Vice Magazine, Neu Magazine, and more, this is ‘album as beautiful dark journey’ shit. Members from San Diego punk/garage/soul legends the SESS and current members of BEATERS. From 20JazzFunkGreats: “Ale Mania cropped up on (the excellent) Neu Magazine back last summer with the Garage Punk vibes of DC Rails.?! They’re just about ready to unleash their debut album on Volar Records.?! The album is not representative of either of those reference points though, ranging from experimental synth tracks not a million miles from Water Borders covering Terry Riley through to this (“United States of Abomination”), a total New Order jam straight from Arthur Baker’s cocaine bunker.”.?!

LP $13.50



Lustful Fistful by Ale Mania

Ale Mania

Lustful Fistful

***Made up of the same three-fifths of THE SESS that make up BEATERS, here we have the drummer for both of those bands, ANDREW MONTOYA, taking the lead with his own fusion of late-’70s funk, ‘60s psych, and ‘80s punk and new wave.?! Pulling from a similar paranoia-induced vein as Beaters, ALE MANIA trades that band’s angry nature with a sense of dancing away the fear and sadness, with some room for fun creeping in here and there..?!

7" $5.40