Some of our favourite artists have been permeating Europe’s dark corners of late. Belgian blog Peek-A-Boo and their photographer Marquis Xavier captured a stellar performance by Sally Dige supporting Soft Metals. Go HERE for the full set.
Sally Dige also teamed up with Terror Bird in the misty past to produce a video for “Waiting For Nothing,” featured on Terror Bird’s 2012 album Secret Rituals. It’s recently come to light and showcases Nikki Nevver’s pop nous.
We are thrilled to present 9 of our favourite artists under one roof at the onset of Summer. On Bank Holiday Sunday May 25th Molly Nilsson and Group Rhoda will join Meddicine, Yong Yong, Clip Art, Hausfrau, Ubre Blanca, Happy Meals and Apostille at the Glasgow Art School. There will be a BBQ from 1am and dancing till 3am. The first 100 people through the door will receive a tape compilation “You Know Where You Are” featuring sounds from the 9 artists involved.
Screenprinted posters by artist Lucy Jones will also be on sale on the day.
As you may or may not be aware, the annual advent of Record Store Day means that non-Record Store Day releases end up being delayed. Unfortunately this has happened with both Molly Nilsson “These Things Take Time” and Charcoal Owls “Tin Roof.” We’ve been told we should be receiving both in the next week or two so will commence shipping as soon as possible. Thanks for bearing with us.
We are thrilled to present, in partnership with Dark Skies Association, a special edition of Molly Nilsson’s debut album These Things Take Time. Originally released in 2008, this is the first vinyl edition and comes in a double Gatefold LP edition with extra tracks, download card and a lush A2 screen-printed chrome on black poster. Limited to 600 only. PREORDER HERE.
Molly has also prepared a video for one of the unreleased bonus tracks, “Lend Me Your Love”
The label is featured this month on Hartzine’s “Who Are You?” Feature. Thanks to Thibault at the zine. Check out the Mixtape we did of Night School related artists and also check out the Premiere of “Radar Love” by The Space Lady: