As previously announced, the Jubilee concert showcased "the new breed of high powered Rock & Roll bands and dirty electronic acts emerging from the UK/USA scenes" for a new Sonic Mook Experiment compilation, 'Future Rock & Roll' out on Mute's Blast First label released next monday the 17th June.
The new compilation album, released on both CD and double vinyl, is to feature 25 tracks from the likes of The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster, Liars, The Toes, The Beatings, The Parkinsons, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Zongamin, National Bandit and The Buff Medways.
For all of you who can't actually see the pictures here (The Man might have censored your eyes, for example) they show a male/female having a tug/itch covered by a star with 'Cheap' written on it, preserving (some of) their modesty.
While this is perfectly suitable for daily newspapers and monthly mags, it's obviously not the Government approved direction of the Future Of Rock. This can mean nothing but good things for The Sonic Mook kids.