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  • Colour Me Wednesday 'Don't Tell Anyone / Blossom' Vinyl 7

    American Laundromat Records

    Colour Me Wednesday 'Don't Tell Anyone / Blossom' Vinyl 7" - Pink & White PRE-ORDER


    Release Date: 13/04/2018

    Colour Me Wednesday is an indie pop/pop punk band from West London, UK, built around sisters Jen Doveton and Harriet Doveton.

    The band are noted for their melodic guitar pop, politicized lyrics and DIY punk ideology. The band has been likened musically to contemporary artists such as Lemuria and Waxahatchee and older indie bands such as The Sundays, The Popguns and Blake Babies, as well as lyrically to earlier political new wave/indie bands such as The Clash, The Jam, and The Housemartins.

    Some of their influences include Juliana Hatfield, Kate Nash, P.S. Eliot, The Lemonheads, The Pipettes, Sleater-Kinney, Destiny's Child, Nelly Furtado, RVIVR, Those Dancing Days, The Beatles, Belly, R.E.M, and Gordan Gano's Army.

    This exclusive 7" single on Pink & White marbled vinyl features the indie pop gem "Don't Tell Anyone" on side A, and the brand new specially recorded track "Blossom" on side B.

    Only 300 units pressed.

    Includes digital download card.
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  • Västlänken 'Moebel/Autobaba' Vinyl 7

    Höga Nord Rekords

    Västlänken 'Moebel/Autobaba' Vinyl 7" PRE-ORDER


    Release Date: 23/02/2018

    As founding member of Uran GBG, with a past in cult bands such as Lava, and appearing on stage and in studio with some of Gothenburg’s more prominent acts, makes Jerker Jarold one of the cornerstones in the city’s psychedelic scene.

    By the name of Västlänken, Jarold is now making his first release as a solo artist on Höga Nord Rekords.

    The music on the tracks Autobaba and Moebel, is a mixture of dub, ambient and techno where few but tasteful components builds the sound.

    Västlänkens transcendent qualities lies in Jarolds ability to limit himself in matter of recording techniques and instrumentation; one synthesiser , one delay pedal and one mobile studio is all he need to make delicate dub.

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