The Brooklyn label Famous Class has been putting out 7 inch splits in a series they call Less Artists More Condos with proceeds to benefit the Ariel Panero Memorial Fund at VH1 Save the Music Foundation. Panero was a founder of Famous Class. Number 10 in the series has Ty Segall’s behemoth Fuzz tackling The Kink’s ‘Till The End Of The Day on the A side while CC Headcleaner gets sludgy on the B side with Free The Freaks. A sick piece of wax for a good cause. Listen below and hit up the Famous Class webstore to order one for the turntable.
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