What Girls Want

by Che Ga Zebra

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Rising from the dust of a dirty Sheffield basement is Che Ga Zebra's latest enigma, 'What Girls Want'. Part farce, part tragedy, 'What Girls Want' casts the shadows of drugs, crime, and climate change against a distorted landscape of drones, drum noodling and fun riffs.

Bien and Chuckles met after a fight was broken up by Chuckles' nanna in the street. Chuckles felt a sense of embarrassment, but Bien looked into his soul and let him know he was the progeny of a noble spirit. Their shared telepathy remained ever since, and these days it manifests itself on the stage, where their punk rock shows are frequently interrupted by psychedelic free jazz wig outs. They are engaging in something deeply personal during these moments, and they don't mind if you leave the room to get some fresh air for a second or two.
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released July 19, 2013

Chuckles: Voice & Strings
Bien: Skins

Recorded with MJ of Hookworms at Suburban Studios, except What Girls Want, recorded with Bien and Chuckles of Woodoo at The Audacious Art Experiment. Art by Lisa O'Hara.

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The Audacious Art Experiment Sheffield, UK

The Audacious Art Experiment is more than a record label. We’re a community mindset that yearns for something more than nine to five, consumer lead culture and aim to take back our chosen social freedoms, artistic expressions and community spirit from the companies trying to sell them to us. Music is our voice and the records we make are the product of our beliefs, dreams and desires. ... more

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