From deep in the East Roman scene comes Trans Upper Egypt, a band made up of local stalwarts – start a million bands and book all the good shows. They’re also the types to run their own DIY practice space/venue called Forte Fanfulla. It’s there that they recorded their album live to tape. It’s there that they have fostered a garage-noise scene that has allowed them to create more linear, hypnotic music-a reflection of their love of Silver Apples, White Noise, Angus Maclise and Can. ‘Trans Upper Egypt’ sees its release November 4th on Monofonus Press

Trans Upper Egypt share "Moon Doom," new LP out Nov 4 on Monofonus Press

Trans Upper Egypt share “Moon Doom”

Trans Upper Egypt have broke into our realm from Eastern Rome where concurrently they run their very own DIY space/venue called Forte Fanfulla that’s fostered a garage-noise scene and has allowed them to experiment with live visuals, the record biz and create linear, hypnotic music – a reflection of their love of Silver Apples, White Noise, Can, so on. Recorded in Forte Fanfulla, live to tape:

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Trans Upper Egypt detail new self-titled album, share their song "Mountains"

Trans Upper Egypt detail new LP, share song

From deep in the East Roman scene comes Trans Upper Egypt, a band made up of local stalwarts – start a million bands and book all the good shows. They’re also the types to run their own DIY practice space/venue called Forte Fanfulla. It’s there that they recorded their album live to tape. It’s:

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