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The Great Escape 2016_Tweet Chronicles


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Album of The Month: RM Hubbert “Telling the Trees”

hubby-2016-landscape-1000Another great release from the mighty record label Chemical Underground!

RM Hubbert is a guitarist and (sometimes) singer from Scotland. He writes music about love, death, friendship, mental illness and occasionally a dog called D Bone. It’s not as depressing as the previous sentence suggests.

One of Glasgow’s more prolific artists, RM Hubbert has released music under a variety of guises since 1993. It was El Hombre Trajeado‘s triptych of albums released between 1997 and 2005 though, that really put Hubbert on the musical map, earning swathes of critical acclaim, three Peel Sessions and support slots with the likes of SebadohTortoiseNick CaveDeerhoofMùmMike Wattand The Delgados. Following El Hombre Trajeado’s demise, guitarist Hubbert took a break from playing live and began studying a host of different musical forms before returning to the scene in 2008 and self releasing his debut solo album First & Last, in March 2010.

Now he has returned with a new album, “Telling the Trees”, and it’s every bit as bold, unpredictable and affecting as we could have dared to expect.

A reprisal of the collaborative format that so enriched 2012’s SAY Award winning ‘Thirteen Lost & Found’, this new project finds Hubby co-writing at arm’s-length from a dazzling array of musicians, songwriters and lyricists in stark contrast to the previous album’s up close and personal approach. Enlisting an amazingly diverse ensemble of talent, Telling the Trees features:

Anneliese Mackintosh | Anneke Kampman | Rachel Grimes | Kathryn Williams | Marnie | Kathryn Joseph | Martha Ffion | Sarah J. Stanley | Aby Vulliamy | Karine Polwart | Eleanor Friedberger

The result is a mesmerising collection of styles, songs and instrumentals, linked by their infusion of Hubby’s trademark guitar playing and the sparkling production techniques of Paul Savage at Chem19…

Available to buy on CD and Deluxe Vinyl format with download card here via Chemikal Underground.RM Hubbert

 “It is decidedly pop in parts, both accessible and innovative, reaffirming Hubbert’s standing as one of Scotland’s finest and most treasured artists.” The Quietus

“Eleven different audio artists form ideas, take chances and augment the backbone of a record which at its core, is Hubbert all over.” The Line of Best Fit 

Website: rmhubbert.com

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Music Week Awards 2016_Tweet Chronicles

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Key Production at Music Week Awards

The Music Week Awards aim to recognise excellence within the music industry and we never underestimate the privilege of working with some of coolest record labels in UK.

We’d like to congratulate all the nominees and shine a spotlight on some of the releases we helped making a reality.

The Music Week Awards will take place at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel on April 28th, see you there!

Nominated for INDEPENDENT RECORD COMPANY

Bella Union

Father John Misty “I Love You Honeybear”

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Ezra Furman “Perpetual Motion People”

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Mercury Rev/Lost Horizons, “Life Inside A Paradox /Rainy Day Record” [Record Store Day Release]

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Nominated for  INDEPENDENT RECORD COMPANY

Marathon Artists

Courtney Barnett “Sometimes I Sit and Think, Sometimes I just Sit”

Nominated for  INDEPENDENT RECORD COMPANY

Play It Again Sam

Ghostpoet “Shedding Skin”

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Roisin Murphy “Hairless Toys”

Nominated for  INDEPENDENT RECORD COMPANY

Transgressive Records

Gengahr “A Dream Outside”

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Neon Indian “Vega Intl. Nigh School”

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Songhoy Blues “Music in Exile”

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Nominated for  INDEPENDENT RECORD COMPANY

Warp Records

AFX “Orphaned Deejay Selek 2006-2008″

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Nominated for RECORD COMPANY

XL Recordings

Various Artists “Chapter VI”

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Ibeyi “Ibeyi”

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Jamie xx “In Colour”

FKA Twigs “LP1″

FKA Twigs "LP1", Grammy, nomination, Grammy 2015, Music, Key production

Other artists and record labels we had the pleasure to work with:

Nominated for ARTIST MARKETING CAMPAIGN

Courtney Barnett (Marathon Artists)

Bring Me The Horizon (RCA)

Nominated for INDEPENDENT RETAILER

Rough Trade, London

Nominated for LABEL/ARTIST SERVICES COMPANY

BMG

Kobalt

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Nominated for MUSIC & BRAND PARTNERSHIP

Jägermeister for Ice Cold Gigs

Nominated for RECORD COMPANY

Sony Music Commercial Group

Nominated for SALES TEAM

[PIAS]

Sony Music

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