Punk-jazz supergroup/power trio THE N.J.E. have announced the release of a new mini-album for the first of this year's Record Store Day Drops.
Formed in Whitechapel, the band features Terry Edwards (PJ Harvey, Gallon Drunk), Mark Bedford (Madness, BUtterfield 8) and Simon Charterton (The Higsons, Alex Harvey).
Following on from 2019's Afloat In Dub, their collaboration with On-U Sound guru Adrian Sherwood, "Nought To 60" takes its name from the trio's single released late last year. The release also features the 10-minute 'Spirit Of Indo', a tribute to the pub where they first played monthly to an audience of locals and the odd musical celebrity including Matt Johnson, The Undertones' Damian O'Neill, Reeves Gabrels of Cure and Tin Machine fame and 2 Tone artist Rhoda Dakar. It also includes their version of David Bowie's 'Five Years' commemorating the fifth anniversary of the artist's passing.
Usually held on the third Saturday of April every year, Record Store Day 2021 will take place over two 'drop' days - 12 June and 17 July - due to the pandemic.
"Nought To 60" will be available through Sartorial Records on strictly limited 12" vinyl (with download code) on 12 June. Buyers can find their nearest participating stores here.