I have bought things from and have written about Wrath Records ... but I don't work for them and have no brief to publicise them. So my apologies if the following sounds a bit like self-interested advertising. It's supposed to be convincing personal advocacy, but silky writing skills frequently elude me.
Working, as it does, against the grain of even the independent mainstream, Wrath Records has an amazing cv of really special issues. From the melodically heartbroken intelligence of LANDSPEED LOUNGERS and Galitza to the roaring madness of The Scaramanga Six Wrath seems to have almost monopolised the "why on earth isn't that more well-known?" shelf in Pop 'n' Roll. Stuffy/The Fuses. Sarandon, Being 747 ... the list goes on and on.
I scour the world's music press for signs that someone somewhere has spotted what to me seems like the stark staring bleeding obvious ... …