Valeur d'usage Records Release MXLX's 'Go Away' On Limited Edition Vinyl


French artisan record label and mastering studio, Valeur d’usage have released the great ‘Go Away’ album by MXLX (if you’ve not heard it yet I seriously recommend you check out) on limited edition, 12″ transparent vinyl.

Go Away sees MXLX (otherwise known as Matt Loveridge) go down a more acoustic route but without losing any of the extreme rawness of his other releases.

Full press release is as follows:

“Matt Loveridge creates and delivers music with a strong sense of freedom that goes far beyond the current notions and boundaries of musical genres. Hence the radical use of sounds typically related to noise, kraut, fuzz saz & metal in his varied past releases and under his many names: MXLX, Gnar Hest, Fairhorns … he’s also known as the « goth » of the trio Beak> (to name few).

“This experimental path has led to « Go Away », described by MXLX himself as a  « hollering wreck » of « autistic blues »,  in fact 9 desperately beautiful acoustic songs, quietly shouted at your face.”

To pick up a copy (and I’d be quick about it as there are only 200 available) visit Valeur d’usage’s website.

VU can be also found on twitter as @VUtapes.



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