Tape Stream: Endless Bummer – A Compilation of Surf Covers

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With London solidly in the grips of that period of weather where old people die alone and the homeless begin to resemble a depressing GCSE attempt at an ice sculpture, here’s something to remind us of nicer temperatures. A few years ago Suplex released a tape compilation featuring Lovvers, Fair Ohs, Sauna Youth, French Kissing, Sex Beet and Golden Grrrls in various arrangements either covering or writing their own surf songs. The tapes is sold out but you can now listen to it online and pretend that realising you have to go outside doesn’t fill you with dread.

Endless Bummer by Suplex

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