Our next show will be at the Lightbulb Festival of the Arts in Colchester on Friday 12 July 2013 at Trotters Bar.
Also playing are Antigen artists Sealionwoman and Robin Alderton (Dead Rat Orchestra) and Doomsday Apocalypse Special. It’s set to be an evening of noise, jazz and experimental sounds.
And did I mention that it’s free?
If you’re in Colchester, do check out the rest of the festival to support your local art scene.
The 1980 Village People movie Can’t Stop The Music is pretty hard going, but it’s worth watching for this scene, if not much else.
Happy birthday to La Adjani!
It goes without saying that Isabelle Adjani is a great actress and stunning beauty, but the album she made with Serge Gainsbourg is also well worth checking out.
The Outer Church and Front & Follow present F&F028: Various Artists - The Outer Church featuring 28 previously unreleased tracks from the uncanny underground.
2CD and download out August 5th.
Strictly limited first edition of 300 in letterpress packaging with inserts and poster by…
We’re honoured and delighted to be involved with this amazing project! :-)
Our 2012 digital release for the Front & Follow label will now be available as part of a beautiful box set featuring eight other artists.
Listen to excerpts on Soundcloud and buy the box set from Norman Records, various other places, or direct from the label.
All of the contributors worked from a shared pool of samples to build their tracks and have come up with vastly different, yet interconnected, sounds. It makes for a fascinating sonic journey. The project has now been compiled into a lovely letterpress (by Red Plate Press) double CD edition with complete artwork by Paul Loudon.
Some exciting news: we will be supporting the amazing Drugstore at the launch for their forthcoming “Best Of” album (on Cherry Red Records) in September! Advance tickets for the gig at London’s Madame Jojo’s are available from here.
It will be quite surreal (and great) to play with a band we saw on TV and read about in Select as teenagers, but as you can see they are still making wonderful music to this day. This should be a lovely night of music, so do come along if you can.