Waiter, waiter, there’s a butterfly in my soup

I thought that maybe I should do a straight post of a single or something, so I delved into my shoebox of CD-Rs and picked out this 1991 EP by Melbourne janglers The Sugargliders, which revolved around brothers Josh and Joel Meadows. Soon after this, they started an association with Sarah Records, and I suppose you could say they’re pretty much exactly the sort of band Sarah Records were known for. This early EP isn’t up to the same level as their Sarah stuff, but it’s pleasant enough on its own terms.

I’m sorry I don’t know where I got this rip from; there’s a little bit of crackling on it but it’s not bad.

Link: The Sugargliders – Butterfly Soup EP (password: salad)

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One response

  1. Huge fan of the Sugargliders. Matinee Recordings put out a really good compilation several years ago that covers all of the label changes. Highly recommended. The boys returned as the Steinbecks, and that incarnation as quite enjoyable too. Nice find in that box of yours.

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