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ezra furman

All Of Us Flames

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A no-holds barred approach from a righteous songwriter flexing all of her musical sinews to create something furious, fiery, and filled to the brim with an infe...
ezra furman

Sex Education (original soundtrack)

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combining material written specifically for the first two seasons, alongside previous album highlights, furman's work exudes a wonderfully nostalgic tint th...
ezra furman

Twelve Nudes

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furman sings and writes himself hoarse on this punky cacophony of heartful and artful unburdening.

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Alex Cameron

Forced Witness

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juxtaposing a cheesy synthpop dance-iness with a brutally honest lyrical eye for the world in which we live, this is relentlessly catchy & far deeper than i...
Transangelic Exodus
  1. Suck the Blood From My Wound
  2. Driving Down to L.A
  3. God Lifts Up The Lowly
  4. No Place
  5. The Great Unknown
  6. Compulsive Liar
  7. Maraschino-Red Dress $8.99 at Goodwill
  8. From A Beach House
  9. Love You So Bad
  10. Come Here Get Away From Me
  11. Peel My Orange Every Morning
  12. Psalm 151
  13. I Lost My Innocence

limited 7" (sold out)

  1. love you so bad
  2. going out for the weekend

ezra furman

Transangelic Exodus

bella union
  • lavender lp + download

    Released: 9th Feb 2018


full of brilliant hooks, these electro-garage-rock anthems pack a crunching heft worthy of their socio-political subject matter.

whilst it’s been easy to scoff at the over-saturation of commentaries on america’s societal climate, ezra’s perspective as a gender fluid, jewish musician, gives him a fresh & articulate approach that’s interesting & affecting to contemplate. “What’s essential is the mood - paranoid, authoritarian, the way certain people are stigmatised. It’s a theme in American life right now.” this is a thrilling, literate form of garage-punk rooted in The Velvet Underground, Jonathan Richman & ‘50s rock’n’roll. Crossing between love, gender, sexuality & religion, & singing in solidarity with the innocent, persecuted, oppressed & threatened, Ezra Furman has soundtracked the current fear & loathing across America like no other. “both sonically & lyrically, it’s an album that is explicitly, thrillingly transgressive, & is already an early contender for one of the albums of the year” 8/10 – uncut.