A Brimful of Cornershop

A Brimful of Cornershop

Cornershop recently dropped their latest full length, “Judy Sucks a Lemon for Breakfast”, which compelled a trip through the band’s back catalog. With a traditional Indian pedigree infused with a myriad of genres, from the indie-punk on their debut, through the Beatlesque “When I Was Born for the 7th Time”, to their disco inspired side project, Clinton, it’s admirable for a band to attempt such a range, and almost unthinkable that they would pull it off so convincingly.

For those unfamiliar with anything other than the Norman Cook remix of Brimful of Asha, this should act as the Coles Notes to a band so worth knowing. For the fans out there, the playlist pays particular mind to the band’s impressive battery of b-side and ep releases.

Sounds Super Recordings
Call All Destroyer
Jullandar Shere (Jeh Jeh Mix)
Wog
Camp Orange
Tera Mera Pyar
My Dancing Days are Done
Brimful of Asha
Easy Winners (Part Two)
People Power In the Disco Hour (as Clinton)
Slip the Drummer One
Wogs Will Walk
Music Plus
Buttoned Down Disco (as Clinton)
Sleep on the Left Side
The Dixons D90 Series
Hip-Hop Bricks (as Clinton)
Electric Ice Cream (Miami Jammy Jam) (as Clinton)
Topknot (feat. Bubbley Kaur)
Chamchu
Shut Southall Down
The Turned on Truth (the Truth is Turned On)
Good to Be on the Road Back Home Again (feat. Paula Frazer)

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