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Sharp, dry and unyielding, the neo-post punk scene, making waves in the UK, is hitting the dance floors thanks to Working Men’s Club. With their first album, Eponym, the young quartet from Todmorden, near Manchester, reignite the flames that once burned with New Order (Power, Corruption & Lies), The Fall, Human League, Gang of Four, D.A.F and Suicide. The young frontman Sydney Minsky-Sargeant sets the scene: ‘There isn’t much to do in Todmorden when you’re a kid. The Town is quite isolated and it can be very depressing to live in a place where, in winter, sunlight only lasts a few hours.' Locked in his room, Minsky-Sargeant spent his time tinkering with and mixing synthesisers, guitars and drums. The record blends chanting vocals, Stakhanovite rhythms, sickly guitar riffs and massive bass sounds. It's easy to lose control of one's body as it grooves and contorts to the rhythm of this unusual acid electro-rock, often reminiscent of early LCD Soundsystem. Minsky-Sargeant sports a t shirt marked with the word ‘SOCIALISM’ as the group christen their song John Cooper Clarke (the ever-popular punk poet), lighting up the grey skies of their native Yorkshire. Occasionally, Minsky-Sargeant relaxes into hedonistic new wave with tracks like Outside. But when he loses his temper, the electro-funk-tinged disco punk oozes from his soul (Teeth). This is a truly stunning record with impressively tight production, courtesy of Ross Orton (The Fall, M.I.A, Arctic Monkeys). No time to lose, have a listen! © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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Valleys
00:06:30

Ross Orton, Producer, MixingEngineer - Working Men's Club, MainArtist - Sydney Minsky-Sargeant, Composer

2020 Heavenly Recordings under exclusive license to [PIAS] 2020 Heavenly Recordings under exclusive license to [PIAS]

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A.A.A.A.
00:03:06

Ross Orton, Producer, MixingEngineer - Working Men's Club, MainArtist - Sydney Minsky-Sargeant, Composer

2020 Heavenly Recordings under exclusive license to [PIAS] 2020 Heavenly Recordings under exclusive license to [PIAS]

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John Cooper Clarke
00:05:27

Ross Orton, Producer, MixingEngineer - Working Men's Club, MainArtist - Sydney Minsky-Sargeant, Composer

2020 Heavenly Recordings under exclusive license to [PIAS] 2020 Heavenly Recordings under exclusive license to [PIAS]

4
White Rooms and People
00:02:30

Ross Orton, Producer, MixingEngineer - Working Men's Club, MainArtist - Jake Bogacki, Composer - Liam Ogburn, Composer - Sydney Minsky-Sargeant, Composer

2020 Heavenly Recordings under exclusive license to [PIAS] 2020 Heavenly Recordings under exclusive license to [PIAS]

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Outside
00:02:51

Ross Orton, Producer, MixingEngineer - Working Men's Club, MainArtist - Sydney Minsky-Sargeant, Composer

2020 Heavenly Recordings under exclusive license to [PIAS] 2020 Heavenly Recordings under exclusive license to [PIAS]

6
Be My Guest
00:03:56

Ross Orton, Producer, MixingEngineer - Working Men's Club, MainArtist - Liam Ogburn, Composer - Sydney Minsky-Sargeant, Composer

2020 Heavenly Recordings under exclusive license to [PIAS] 2020 Heavenly Recordings under exclusive license to [PIAS]

7
Tomorrow
00:04:04

Ross Orton, Producer, MixingEngineer - Working Men's Club, MainArtist - Sydney Minsky-Sargeant, Composer

2020 Heavenly Recordings under exclusive license to [PIAS] 2020 Heavenly Recordings under exclusive license to [PIAS]

8
Cook a Coffee
00:02:50

Ross Orton, Producer, MixingEngineer - Working Men's Club, MainArtist - Sydney Minsky-Sargeant, Composer

2020 Heavenly Recordings under exclusive license to [PIAS] 2020 Heavenly Recordings under exclusive license to [PIAS]

9
Teeth
00:03:41

Ross Orton, Producer, MixingEngineer - Working Men's Club, MainArtist - Giulia Bonometti, Composer - Jake Bogacki, Composer - Liam Ogburn, Composer - Sydney Minsky-Sargeant, Composer

2020 Heavenly Recordings under exclusive license to [PIAS] 2020 Heavenly Recordings under exclusive license to [PIAS]

10
Angel
00:12:29

Ross Orton, Producer, MixingEngineer - Working Men's Club, MainArtist - Liam Ogburn, Composer - Sydney Minsky-Sargeant, Composer

2020 Heavenly Recordings under exclusive license to [PIAS] 2020 Heavenly Recordings under exclusive license to [PIAS]

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Sharp, dry and unyielding, the neo-post punk scene, making waves in the UK, is hitting the dance floors thanks to Working Men’s Club. With their first album, Eponym, the young quartet from Todmorden, near Manchester, reignite the flames that once burned with New Order (Power, Corruption & Lies), The Fall, Human League, Gang of Four, D.A.F and Suicide. The young frontman Sydney Minsky-Sargeant sets the scene: ‘There isn’t much to do in Todmorden when you’re a kid. The Town is quite isolated and it can be very depressing to live in a place where, in winter, sunlight only lasts a few hours.' Locked in his room, Minsky-Sargeant spent his time tinkering with and mixing synthesisers, guitars and drums. The record blends chanting vocals, Stakhanovite rhythms, sickly guitar riffs and massive bass sounds. It's easy to lose control of one's body as it grooves and contorts to the rhythm of this unusual acid electro-rock, often reminiscent of early LCD Soundsystem. Minsky-Sargeant sports a t shirt marked with the word ‘SOCIALISM’ as the group christen their song John Cooper Clarke (the ever-popular punk poet), lighting up the grey skies of their native Yorkshire. Occasionally, Minsky-Sargeant relaxes into hedonistic new wave with tracks like Outside. But when he loses his temper, the electro-funk-tinged disco punk oozes from his soul (Teeth). This is a truly stunning record with impressively tight production, courtesy of Ross Orton (The Fall, M.I.A, Arctic Monkeys). No time to lose, have a listen! © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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