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March Releases Roundup

If February was a good month for releases, March surely didn’t disappoint either. While Ghostpoet shot his brand new record at the very beginning of the month, giving us an amazing head start, we had to hold on almost till the very end of March to be delighted by Courtney Barnett “Sometimes I Sit and Think, Sometimes I just Sit”, which, by the way, was worth the wait. Luckily, right in the middle, Aidan Moffat & Bill Wells came to rescue us with their ” The Most Important Place in The World”, crowned by the public as our “Album of the Month”, a well deserved title for this Chemikal Underground music pearl. Wichita Recordings then provided us with the monthly dose of happiness with Girlpool “Chinatown” and Oscar’s “Daffodil Days”, both on limited edition 7″, so hurry up if you want a copy!

Anyway, we’re fond of each and every release we manufacture, ALL RECOMMENDED!

Check them out below:

  • Ben Porter and the availables "Open Doors"

Lotic “Heterocetera“: out on March 2nd via Triangle Records.

Lusts “Temptation” out on March 2nd via 1965 Records.

Kindness “Who Do You Love?” Feat. Robyn out on March 2nd via Female Energy Records.

Severed Limb “If You Aint Livin’ You’re a Dead Man” out on  March 2nd via  Damaged Goods.

Ghostpoet “Shedding Skin” out on March 2nd via PIAS Recording.

Clarence Clarity “NO NOW” out on March 3rd via Bella Union Label.

Reach “Reach Out To Rock” out on March 4th via Sun Hill Production.

Jimmy Somerville “Homage” out on  March 6th via Strike Force Entertainment Ltd.

Cancer Bats “Searching for Zero”  out on  March 9th via Ross Robinson.

Sorren Maclean “Way Back Home” out on  March 9th via  Middle of Nowhere Recordings.

Joe Pug “Windfall” out on  March 10th via Loose Music.

Beth Porter and the availables “Open Doors” out on  March 11th via King Bill Records.

Gengahr “She’s A Witch/Haunter” out on  March 16th via Transgressive Records.

Bill Wells and Aidan Moffat “The Most Important Place in The World” out on  March 16th via Chemikal Undergroud Records.

Inventions “Maze of Woods”  out on  March 17th via Temporary Residence Ltd.

Courtney Barnett “Sometimes I Sit and Think, Sometimes I Just Sit”  out on March 23rd via Marathon Artists

Gill Sandell & Chris T-T “Walk Away, Walk Away” out on March 23rd via Rowan Tree Records.

Various artists “Rough Trade” out on  March 24th via Rough Trade Records.

Girlpool “Chinatown” out on  March 24th via Wichita Recordings.

Gill Sandell & Chris T-T “Walk Away, Walk Away”  out on  March 24th via Rowan Tree Records.

Hannah Cohen “Pleasure Boy” out on  March 24th via Bella Union Label.

Oscar “Daffodils Days“, out on March 23rd via Wichita Recordings.

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Vote to help us decide which album to feature on our website this month!

Deciding which album to crown our “Album of the Month” is always tough with such a number of great releases coming up! We shortlisted three for this month, among the ones we manufactured, but only one will make it to our homepage.

Help us decide, pick your favourite!

Can’t make up your mind yet? Listen to the tracks below:


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February Releases Roundup

This month we’ve seen a long list of really good albums, both from the music and packaging side. From Texas 25 Anniversary box set to Father John Misty’s “Dioramic, Meta-Musical Funtime gatefold jacket with pop up sleeve”, Heavenly Recordings on fire with four fantastic records, wicked packaging for Ibeyi eponymous album, Houndstooth Label scoring another ace release with Snow Ghosts’ “A Wrecking” and a lot more!

Here you go, a selection of releases among the many we manufactured this month.

  • Noisia "Ten years of Vision Recordings"

H Hawkline “In the Pink of Condition”: out on February 2nd via Heavenly Recordings.

Duke Garwood “Heavy Love”, Heavyweight LP in Gatefold Sleeve, out on February 2nd via Heavenly Recordings.

A New International “Come to the Fabulon”: out on February 6th via Creative Scotland.

Pictures of Pain “Part 1”: a revived and reissued version of the album in a Limited Marbled Vinyl Edition, out on February 6th via All The Madmen Records.

Father John Misty “I Love You, Honeybear”: out on February 9th via Bella Union.

Snow Ghosts “A Wrecking”: out on 16th February via Houndstooth Label.

Ibeyi “Ibeyi”: CD & Vinyl are packed into an inner wallet open at both ends, then packed into an outer sleeve cut vertically in the middle to create two halves, wicked! Out on February 16th via XL Recordings.

The Wave Pictures “Great Big Flamingo Burning Moon”: out on February 16th via Moshi Moshi Records.

Texas “Texas 25”: out on February 16th via [PIAS] Recordings.

Hooton Tennis Club “Jasper/Standing Knees”: limited edition 7”, out on February 23rd via Heavenly Recordings.

Dutch Uncles “O Shudder”: out on February 23rd via Memphis Industries.

Mark Lanegan Band “A Thousand Miles of Midnight Phantom Radio” remix album, out on February 23rd via Heavenly Recordings.

Songhoy Blues “Music in the Exile”: out on February 23rd via Transgressive Records.

Cheathas “Sunne EP”: out on February 23rd via Wichita Recordings.

Noisia “Ten years of Vision Recordings“: out on February 23rd via Vision Recordings/INgrooves.


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Vaughan Oliver comments on his “Indie Cindy” Grammy nomination

Vaughan Oliver has been nominated for a Grammy in the  Best Recording Package category for Pixies’ “Indie Cindy”.

We’re honoured to have worked with him on the release and very grateful he took the time to answer a few questions for us! 

Congratulations on your Grammy nomination. Will you be going to the ceremony on Sunday?

I’m afraid it’s too far and involves flying too high.

You were previously nominated for Pixies’ Minotaur Deluxe Edition box set and now for Indie Cindy, do you think there is something about Pixies that pushes your creativity even further? How much does the music influence the creative process?

All of the musical output from 4AD pumped my gut in those days. Inspiration from the music, lyrics , meeting the band or seeing them live was the best brief. His Name is Alive and Pixies were favourite collaborations.

When you start a project, do you have a very clear view of how you would like the finished product to look? Was that the case with Indy Cindy?

It varies. I prefer to take inspiration from a working process/collaboration without an end vision. That way gives my collaborators more freedom and produces exciting work.

A lot of designers cite you as a key influence on their work. Can I ask if there is anyone that you would cite as being a major influence on you?

Very kind of you to reference my influence. I know it’s a result of the connection with the music effecting our opinions in our formative years. For me, I tend to look outside of my discipline for influence. Film and literature for example. Huge influences were excellent art tutors at school and polytechnic. I loved their youthful, curious, enigmatic personnae. I had an open mind.

And finally, Marsala (pms 18-1438), will it be Vaughan Oliver’s Pantone colour of the year?

I quite like a dhansak.

Below Vaughan’s comment on our collaboration for the package, needless to say that the pleasure to work together was mutual and we can’t wait to do it again!

“First class production service from start to finish. Began with a studio visit to outline my design proposals with Kath. The process thereafter was very efficient and so professional. Kath was always ready with alternative suggestions when my artwork was not suitable for the materials and always very prompt with proofs. Her overseeing the job on press was also most useful. Together we came up with a result which is undoubtedly one of my best designs in recent years and certainly one of my favourite production experiences. A true collaboration. Plaudits from the band and fans have been very satisfying. Congratulations to Kath and everybody at Key Production. Can we do it again soon please? Sincerely,”

Vaughan Oliver

Pixies "Indie Cindy"

Pixies “Indie Cindy”


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