Saturday, 27 April 2013
New song by The Pastels! Great tune and amazing video with such a nice Glasgow feeling. Me and my friends are in it dancing too, such a great time. Looking forward to the new album. And also me and Stephen are gonna try to finish off that interview we did a few years ago now. It will be a good read. X
Saturday, 16 February 2013
Friday, 5 October 2012
Friday, 11 May 2012
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Watch videos on WSP´s youtube channel
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One of my favourite acts in Glasgow. Check out the New House Whites page for more information!
"New Gummy Stumps album. recorded at Green Door Studio and Bridgton practice centre, both in Glasgow March 2012.
Download the album 'pay what you like' from http://newhousewhites.co.uk
The physical release is limited to 10 works commissioned by Glasgow International Festival of Visual Arts 2012. Each consists of a single sided acetate dub plate housed in a specially made hinged wooden box hand painted by Rob Churm. The inside is indented to hold the plate and lined with different coloured felt.
Each plate features a selection of tracks which make up the complete works and are the only analogue copies in existence. There is a printed booklet enclosed in every box, each one featuring Rob Churm drawings and Colin Stewart/Churm's lyrics for each song on the album.
The music is new and improvised material by the Gummy Stumps.
Most of the tracks are engineered, recorded and mixed by Emily and Stu at Green Door Studio. Others are recorded in a practice space in Bridgton and mixed with other audio recordings by Colin.
These can be bought for £350 online at http://www.culturelabel.com/rob-churm-limited-edition-record.html"
This information was first publish on youtube under the video.
Friday, 2 March 2012
Sunday, 29 January 2012
Artist/Band - Album - Record label - City where it was bought
12" / LP
Talulah Gosh - Double live Gonzo 69 (53rd & 3rd, AGARR 8T) - Stockholm
The Slits - The Peel Session (Strange Fruit Records / BBC Records & Tapes) - Stockholm
The Smiths - The Peel Session (Strange Fruit Records / BBC Records & Tapes) - Paris
The Field Mice - Coastal (Sarah Records, 606) -Paris
Heavenly - Heavenly vs. Satan (Sarah Records, 603) - Paris
Bikini Kill - Reject All Amercian (Kill Rock Stars) - Paris
Bikini Kill - Pussy Whipped (Kill Rock Stars) - Paris
The Pastels - Suck on (Creations Records) - Orléans
Dolly Mixture - Remember This (For Us Records) - Glasgow
Chain & The Gang - Music is not for everyone (K Records) - Glasgow
The Slits - Cut (Island Records)- Glasgow
Nancy & Lee - The hits of Nancy & Lee (Reprise Records) - Glasgow
X-ray Spex - Germfree Adolescents (EMI Records) - Glasgow
Patrick Fitzgerald - Grubby Stories (Small Wonder Records) - Glasgow
The Beatles - Twist and Shout (Capitol Records/EMI) -Glasgow
Vivian Girls - Share The Joy (Polyvinyl) - Glasgow
Olivier Messiaen - 3 Petites Liturgies (Erato) Paris
Velocity Girl - Seven Seas (Heaven Records) - Gift
Confetti - Haberdasher EP (Heaven Records) - Gift
Blueboy - Bikini (Aquavinyle Records) -Gift
Bouquet - Before I die (Aquavinyle Records) - Gift
Talulah Gosh - Steaming train - Limited edition of 500, Record Store Day 2011 (Damaged Goods) - Glasgow
The Pastels - Comin' Through (Glass Records) - Stockholm
Brighter - Half-hearted (Sarah Records, 56) - Stockholm
Shop Assistants - All day long (Subway Organisation label) - Stockholm
Vivian Girls - I heard you say ( Polyvinyl Record CO.) - Glasgow
Golden Grrrls - New Pop (Nightschool Records) - London
Gummy Stumps - Gummy Srumps First EP (Watts of Godwill) - London
Shonen Knife - Sweet Christmas (Damnably) - Paris
Terror Bird - Outside (Nightschool Records) - London
Nancy Sinatra - Jackson (Distributed by disques Vogue) - Gift
The Rollin Stones - 2000 Light Years From Home (DECCA) - Orléans
Jacques Dutronc - Les Play Boys (disques Vogue) - GIft
Monks - Pretty Suzanne (Red Lounge Records) - Paris
Patrik Fitzgerald - Improve myself (Small Wonder Records) - Stockholm
Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers - Egyptian Reggae (Beserkley Records) - Paris
Elli et Jacno - Oh lá lá (CellulOid) - Gift
Josef K - It´s kinda funny (Postcard Records of Scotland) - Stockholm
Fuzzbox - What´s the point (WEA Records) - Orléans
Chain & The Gang - Privilege (K Records) - Glasgow
Chain & The Gang - Cry, Cry, Cry (K Records) - Glasgow
Patrik Fitzgerald - Backstreet Boys (Small Wonder Records) - Glasgow
Elliott Smith - Pretty (ugly before) (Suicide queers Records) - Paris
Elliott Smith - Division day (Suicide queers Records) - Paris
The Voice Of East Harlem -No, No, No/Right On, Be Free (Elektra) -Paris
Nico & The Invisible Girls - Procession (1/2 Records) - Glasgow
Jacno- Rectangle (Celluloid) - Paris
I must say that Vivian Girls did a great year 2011. Their album Share The Joy is amazing! I saw them live once during the year in Glasgow and did a interview with Cassie Ramone (featured in the latest zine). As well they released the 7" I heard you say which include one of my fav songs I won´t be long. Otherwise I really enjoyed the Glasgow scene with bands like Gummy Stumps, Palms and Golden Grrrls. Nightschool Records have done some great releases as well. And not to forget, the great Ian Svenonius and the chain gang. DI
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