Now shipping: Barnett + Coloccia LP and Six Six Seconds 10″


Weld, the new LP by Barnett + Coloccia, is now in stock; pre-orders from the BEB webshop are shipping this week ahead of official release on Monday. It’s an extremely powerful record, and is presented in a striking package designed by Faith Coloccia, with high-gloss jacket printed in black and metallic copper pantones, and a two-sided litho-printed insert. A code giving you access to a full mp3/FLAC download of the album is included.

You can find more information about the album here, and buy the vinyl direct from us. The digital release will be available on Monday 15 June.


Also in stock and shipping now: Six Six Seconds‘Tearing Down Heaven’. Written and performed by Claude Eden, and recorded by Karl O’Connor, the original version of this song appeared on the Downwards’ So Click Heels compilation a couple of years ago. It has been re-edited and slightly extended for this new, stand-alone 10″ and digital release – also officially out on Monday 15 June – with a previously unreleased dub on the B-side. Customers who order the 10″ direct from BEB will receive a download code via email.

BLACKEST038: Six Six Seconds – ‘Tearing Down Heaven’


Blackest Ever Black presents a very necessary stand-alone release for Six Six Seconds‘Tearing Down Heaven’, which originally appeared on the 2012 Downwards compilation So Click Heels.

blackest038-packshot-cargoWritten and performed in Berlin by the elusive Eden, and deftly recorded and mixed by Karl O’Connor, ‘Tearing’ was the comp’s stand-out: a piece of drugged, darkly rapturous dream-pop in which the abyssal swoon of shoegaze meets a harsher, more pernicious order of psychedelic rock minimalism.

This 10”/digital edition on Blackest Ever Black features a slightly extended version of ‘Tearing Down Heaven’, and a stunning new “reprise”, which homes in on the original’s roaring, phantasmic electronics, unravelling its complex webs of feedback and high-end scorch into a masochistic drone-raga for eternally thwarted lovers.

For more information, click here.