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Public Guilt To Release KORPERSCHWACHE Album

Finally!!! After much delay on Public Guilt's end, we are proud to offer the latest work from one of our favorite artists, Korperschwache. This is a unique package deal combining a digital download with lots of Korperschwache goodies. The music is some of our favorite yet from the big red K and is arguably their prettiest album to date.

This limited release for Public Guilt is a one time pressing of 50 copies. Each package comes with a 100% cotton, black t-shirt with front and rear, black and red print, a 12" x 18" poster (suitable for framing,) a 4" x 4" full color download card with cover art and liner notes, and a 1" button. The package is shipped in a 4" x 18" sturdy shipping tube. 'Ignore the Need' is also available (without the shirt and poster) as a digital download from FINA Music, iTunes, and other digital retailers. More info here: www.publicguilt.com/pgl11.html 


Deadverse Recordings / Deadverse nights in Brooklyn

I, J.R. of Public Guilt, am now also working Deadverse Recordings, the label founded by Will Brooks of Dälek. PG has had a long and great relationship with Dälek and the Deadverse Massive over the years and I am happy to be working with them. Keep your ear to the ground for info about upcoming releases from Oddateee, Deadverse Massive, MRC Riddims, and IconAclass (the newest project from Will Brooks.) Also, Deadverse is hosting a monthly night of DJ's and acts at Don Pedro in Brooklyn, NY. The first night happened at the end of July and was a great success. The second will be on August 25th, 2011. If you are in the NY area, come check it out.

PG Alumnae news: Still returns to live action & Chuck from Trephine debuts new project

Going back to the early years of PG, turntablist Still (now performing under his given name, Hsi-Chang Lin) has returned to playing live shows. He is currently working on a new album which will see the light of day in near future.

Also, Chuck Collins, the guitarist for Trephine, has a new project called Bet The Devil. If you like you metal in the old school, technical SF thrash style, then you need to check this out. These guys are killing it! http://betthedevil.com/ 

Thanks as always for your support.

J.R. / Public Guilt