One-man project returns on typically warped form with 'Gas & Air'; watch the video below

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TVAM is the one-man project of Joe Oxley and having recently gathered some attention with last single ‘Porsche Majeure’, he’s now ready to follow it up in the form of ‘Gas & Air’, the video for which you can check out exclusively above.

‘Gas & Air’ finds Oxley in scuzzy form taking sonic references from My Bloody Valentine, Suicide and others, all distorted synths and vocals. It’s the lead track from his new single, a two-tracker backed with a track entitled ‘Cannibals’, originally by Units but given a new lease of life by TVAM.

It’s all out now in a very limited edition of 77 hand-cut vinyl copies as well as the usual digital formats and a cassette tape. You can get those here. You can also catch him live at London’s Sebright Arms on May 25.

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