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M(h)aol - Gender Studies Dinked Edition No. 146
M(h)aol - Gender Studies Dinked Edition No. 146
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M(h)aol - Gender Studies Dinked Edition No. 146

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Due for release 14th January 2022 via Tulle

Dinked Edition **now sold out** features :

  • Clear Vinyl 12” EP
  • Signed & numbered postcard insert feat. photographs of EP recording session
  • Holographic “Ghost A Post-Punk Boy Today” sticker
  • vinyl only bonus track ‘Kinder Bueno’
  • Limited Pressing of 300

Also available to pre-order on Indies Exclusive LP

Tracklisting:

SIDE A
Gender Studies
Desperation
Kinder Bueno

SIDE B
Laundries
No One Ever Talks To Us
Óró Sé do Bheatha Bhaile

 

Gender Studies it the debut EP from Irish Post-Punk band M(h)aol, for release on 29th October digitally, and then a 12” vinyl on 14th January via indie label TULLE which champions underrepresented voices in music.

Gender Studies was recorded in just 3 days, and covers topics such as violence against women, the misogynistic music scene in Ireland and the UK, and trying to navigate life when you're not a cis straight white man.

On the EP, lead vocalist Róisín says, “Gender studies weaves past & present in an exploration of how the construct of gender shapes our lives. From feeling like you're not performing your gender right to the way it shapes how we move through the physical, sexual & romantic sphere it marries urgent lyrics with a threatening yet (blank) sound.”

“it transforms the knowable notes of post-punk into politically charged rhythms and sounds that resist the status quo” - Louder Than War

“The Dublin post-punk outfit are pushing forward in this fight for justice and deserve to be heard, their message ringing out loud and clear” - So Young