Screen Shot 2017-06-19 at 15.56.06

Our Friend James Endeacott of 1965 Records played on Soho Radio last Friday. It was a brilliant show with top tunes all round.

LISTEN BACK HERE:…/unlock-your-mind-with-james-end…/

CAUGHT BY THE RIVER: Tales From The Riverside

Screen Shot 2017-06-14 at 16.23.32

A brilliant Caught By The River piece by Kevin Pearce.

‘Kevin Pearce contemplates the under-the-radar photographic genius that is George Plemper’

A definite must-read.

Read Here

The Wytches Announce Special Fundraiser Performance!


The Wytches will be playing a special gig in Brighton on the 6th of July in order to help raise money to send Amber – a hugely talented 10 year old girl who cannot afford the fees – to Wells Cathedral Music School.

The performance will take place at the The Green Door Store.

The band will be supported by The Family Chain. Tickets can be purchased here for £9.

Please help us raise the £12,000 needed to give her a chance of great possibilities in life.

All proceeds from the show will go to help her get there.

More information and event details here

Stealing Sheep announce brand new show


Stealing Sheep will be playing a live premiere of new material at Manchester International Festival on Saturday 8th of July 2017.

Presented by Sounds From The Other City & Samarbeta; Luma Disco is an exclusive live preview of the anticipated new album by Stealing Sheep, due to release early 2018 with Heavenly Recordings. The band will premiere their new material in lycra clad, sequin darned, robo disco chic with a collection of pop bangers introducing fresh synth sampler sounds, shimmery arpeggios, heavier bass/drums backbeat and distinctive vocals at the heart. This lumatic experience will showcase as part of Manchester International Festival and includes a brand new synchronised light show, dance & video art. The show culminates a 2 week artist residency at Manchester’s Islington Mill hosted by Samarbeta and is supported by ARTS COUNCIL ENGLAND. Prepare yourself for a sensory explosion of sounds, colours, movement and light.

Doors 7.30pm Pavilion Theatre, Festival Square 8th July 2017
Support — Hannah Bitowski (Faux Queen DJ set)
Tickets £12 and available here:

For more information visit Manchester International Festival here

Saint Etienne on BBC 6 Music

Screen Shot 2017-06-13 at 11.55.26

Yesterday Saint Etienne chatted to Radcliffe and Maconie on BBC 6 Music about the key themes found in their new album ‘Home Counties.’




Summer Independent Label Market

Screen Shot 2017-06-09 at 13.40.21.png

Heavenly are returning to the Independent Label Market at Old Spitalfields Market on Saturday the 8th of July!

Open from 11am until 6pm – it’s an all day affair of vinyl, beer and DJs. Bring on the Summertime vibes!!

We’ll have our latest 2017 releases from H. Hawkline, The Orielles, Mark Lanegan, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Duke Garwood &Temples. We will have 10 copies of The Orielles ‘Sugar Tastes Like Salt’ 7″s and 5 copies of the H. Hawkline ‘I Romanticize’ Albums.

Plus, brand new merchandise and releases from our current roster of artists!




New Album from Palehound!

Screen Shot 2017-06-08 at 15.37.01

Our friend Palehound has a new album out!

Palehound’s sophomore album, A Place I’ll Always Go, builds on the knotted sonic vocabulary that Ellen Kempner has been playing with for a few years now, and its dual exploration of love and loss makes it one of the best albums of the year so far. We’ve heard “Flowing Over,” “Room,” and “If You Met Her” from it so far, and today the entire thing is streaming via NPR’s First Listen. You can stream it here and read through our recent interview with Kempner while you do.

A Place I’ll Always Go is out 6/16 via Polyvinyl.

Stream Here