“Piss Wires Volume i: “The Dreck Ages” by Dressed In Wires.


Oh holy hell, what's he been up to now?

Bear With Me Records present, with some love, the first new long-playing collection of work from Dressed In Wires since the Bring The Exhibits sequence ended in 2012.

Piss Wires will be a collection of 6-track EPs released over 2018 and probably 2019, on whichever record labels want to put them out. This will probably be a rate of around one a month, the next one won't take so long.

("EPs", but mostly stupidly long, so kind of LPs really.)

Barely for the faint hearted, The Dreck Ages is a suitable comeback; insanely overcomplicated, unapologetic, puffed-out and mashed-up of chest. It wastes no efforts powering its business through a thick haze of electro, brokencore, ragga, chouxgaze, startlingly unpleasant ambient, distempered drone, glitch-hop, power electronics, post-rock, and avant-jazz, and just doesn't sit into anything, and what can we do?

Release Date: 15th June 2018

Bear With Me Records
Catalogue: bearbum#7171
Format: Ltd.Ed CD, streaming, mp3
Running Time: one hour and twenty minutes

1. Glistening Stump
3. Crip Up, Crip Down, To The Sound
4. Spuistraat
5. Heatrae Sadier
6. Chipset Sunset

Electronic, Dub-Wave, Trauma, Electro, Harsh Noise, Bloodstep, Raggatronics

Made in North England between Winter 2012 and Spring 2018.
Sampling, programming, guitars, synthesisers, drums, other percussion, and bass guitar by Simondo Topless.


Links to purchase or stream will appear here on the release date. Friday 15th June.









Here's some supplementary internet fanny-ons.






myspace.com/dressedinwires LOLLLOL!




Nothing could faze Dressed In Wires. He brought with him bad fortune, right from the first, as could be expected. Not a living soul in all the town was glad to see him. He sat on the back steps of the house, lazily picking at his broken laptops.

DiW's Simondo Topless drags you bleeding and kicking through a tumult of Laptronica, Post-Gabba, Blip-Hop, Glitch-Hop, Chip-Hop, 8-bitronica, Wreckstep, Kronk, Dubtech, Dub-Bass Splattercore, Harsh

Clunge, Thugstep, Noisewhore, and Wrongtronica, not in any order. All from his barely-alive, heavily modded, hacked & cracked refurbished portable office equipment, precariously wired together with a few guitar distortion pedals and dilapidated Midi tomfoolery.

When the supper was ready, he pushed the children of the household out of the way and served himself a big meal, although there had been barely enough white meat to go round. After eating he settled himself in the best and warmest sleeping place in the front room and was untroubled by dreams.