Time to fill your stockings with Seed Records and shimmy down a drainpipe quicker than Julia Robert’s in a blonde wig whilst the spectre of Roy ‘Kelton’ Orbison watches on from behind dark glasses twinkling his twinklestiltskin.
Lots to close the year on and all more limited than a fur coated flux capacitor, so without further a do…
8Bitch – Equinox EP (250 hand numbered 12”)
4 experimental club tracks for fans of Drexciya, Hudson Mohawke, Kelli Hand and The Grumbleweeds.
‘Futuristic blap, UK garage, R&B, and even classic mid-'90s Warp experimentalism’ – XLR8R
An impressive and diverse debut that sees 8Bitch following no one’s muse but her own’ – Cyclic Defrost
‘Beautifully, magically persuasive’ – Dummy Mag
Sleeps in Oysters – The Brambles in Starlight (150 3” CD in hand spun wool packages)
Folktronics made from disused spaceships and birds of paradise.
"A beautiful, beautiful little thing" - Stuart Maconie, 6 Music
Frenchbloke & Son - ‘Societe de Radiodiffusion de l'homme et du fils Francais - Bruit dans l'interet de Musique’ (49 x 2 cassette tapes and 1 x USB housed in books and wood )
Music to ingest Betamax video cassettes through your stomach to.
‘A fantastic thing’ – The Tapeworm
‘Ridiculously limited, brilliant and cheap'– Strictly Kev
‘Massively up my street’ – Jonny Mugwump (Exotic Pylon)
The Dagger Brothers – 110 Percent (Xmas No1 attempt)
We’re going for Xmas No1 in 6 countries simultaneously including Swindon, with the hit single ‘110 Percent.’ Join the 13th – 18th Dec 2010 campaign to see Simon Cowell whacking off Louis Walsh in front of Sir Paul McCartney.
‘Ridiculous and amazing.’ – Electronic Beats
‘They sound like Heaven 17 fisting the be-jesus out of that guy from the Human League’ – Norman Records