Railcars, 'Hounds of Love'

San Francisco noise-rock act Railcars — the musical alter ego of Aria C. Jalali — this summer will release a cover of the classic first side of Kate Bush’s 1985 album Hounds of Love on limited-edition cassette and one-sided vinyl formats — and you can hear three of the genre-bending tracks below.

Railcars’ Hounds of Love — featuring “Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God),” “Hounds of Love,’ “The Big Sky,” “Mother Stands for Comfort” and “Cloudbusting” — will be released June 21 on cassette in a run of 100 copies by Crash Symbols, and then on one-sided vinyl (with laser-etching on the flip side) in a 275-copy pressing on Aug. 8 by AMDISCS.

You can stream three of the mini-album’s five tracks — drastic aural makeovers of “Hounds of Love,” “The Big Sky” and “Cloudbusting” — after the jump.

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