Stream: Jen Buxton – “Desperation Demos”

Jen Buxton
Jen Buxton‘s Desperation Demos are set to be released on a 7″ by Midnight Funeral records with pre-orders available now. Jen Buxton, hailing from New South Wales, recorded the songs over the course of two hours in Wil Wagner’s (The Smith Street Band) spare room. The demos include lyrically self-deprecating acoustic originals, a Fences cover and a mention of Lincoln LeFevre. If you missed out on her debut release, Don’t Change Your Plans on Poison City Records be sure to give it a listen too. The pre-orders are available on black and grey vinyl. Red vinyl 7″s can be purchased solely from Poison City Records, and half purple/half green vinyls will be purchasable at The Weekender. You can stream Desperation Demos below or on her Bandcamp and be sure not to miss out on the pre-order of the 7″.

Listen: Wil Wagner – “Laika”

Wil Wagner
Pre-orders for Wil Wagner’s upcoming solo release Laika are now available from Poison City Records. Two out of the eight new tracks are available to listen on Poison City’s bandcamp page, including How They Made Us and the much anticipated Laika. The album was recorded in Tasmania in December of last year with producer and fellow Poison City artist Lincoln LeFevre.

After being blown away by Wagner’s lyrics and sound on The Smith Street Band’s latest album Sunshine & Technology, I am excited to hear this collection of new acoustic solo songs. You can order the 12″ vinyl and CD from the Poison City Records Store and listen to two of the tracks below.