Posts Tagged "Greg Wilson"

SWSCD001 | Greg Wilson Presents Super Weird Substance

SWSCD001 | Greg Wilson Presents Super Weird Substance

November 13, 2015

Born out of the newfound creative energy of Manchester’s underground icon Kermit Leveridge, Greg Wilson’s Super Weird Substance label burst onto the scene last year…

SWS008 | This Is The Last Time You’ll See Me Here

SWS008 | This Is The Last Time You’ll See Me Here

November 6, 2015

Growing up in a Caribbean household, ska was a staple for Kermit, and Derrick Morgan’s easy skanking ‘Seven Letters’ was a record that particularly resonated…

SWS007 | Cowboys And Gangsters

SWS007 | Cowboys And Gangsters

October 23, 2015

Covering cult-classics from an era described as the ‘missing link’ in dance culture, Sweet Tooth T made a mark earlier this summer with a NYC boogie cut, and now they’re back with another…

A Super Weird Happening in Portmeirion

A Super Weird Happening in Portmeirion

October 13, 2015

Steeped in psychedelic tradition, Portmeirion presented itself to us as the perfect location for us to conjure up a twelve hour Super Weird Happening…

SWS006 | Give It Away

SWS006 | Give It Away

September 18, 2015

When hedonism took him to the brink of self-destruction many feared it would be the last they saw of Kermit Leveridge…

SWS005 | Don’t You Worry Baby The Best Is Yet To Come

SWS005 | Don’t You Worry Baby The Best Is Yet To Come

August 14, 2015

The resplendent vocal versatility of The Reynolds has been indispensable to Greg Wilson’s Super Weird Substance label over the first four releases and, as such, they have duly been awarded their debut…

SWS004 | World Gone Crazy

SWS004 | World Gone Crazy

July 31, 2015

When ‘World Gone Crazy’ was written in the early nineties it identified an information age spiralling out of control – now it’s far beyond anything we could have imagined…

SWS003 | I Wanna Be Your Dog

SWS003 | I Wanna Be Your Dog

July 17, 2015

Touching on punk territory as early as 1969, The Stooges’ ‘I Wanna Be Your Dog’ captured the beginnings of the transformation from the optimistic sixties to the disaffected seventies and laid the foundations for the next generation’s sound…