We are keeping up the pace in December with three new releases this week.
First up we are pleased to let loose the latest episode in Moff Skellington’s Kennel Bones series – there are three more episodes to follow over the next two weeks. Here Moff is at his most playful with a selection of tunes glued together in a tidy little bundle.
Next The Teenage Propshafts are back after a bit of a break with a tribute to a returning hero of the football world.
And finally we are pleased to release a second set of tunes from Michael James Pollard. Recorded on a 4-track Teac in the basement of 211 Withington Road, Whalley Range, Manchester between September 1981 and March 1982 there are four great songs which reflect a city in musical transition. Proof positive it wasn’t all dour post-punk at the time but there was a lively scene steeped in pop, rhythm and dance music. All proceeds from the sales of this release will be donated to the Help Joel Live Longer campaign. By no small coincidence Joel’s mum Steph features on the EP on vocals on the opening track.
Talking of the Help Joel Live Longer campaign we are pleased to report we raised over £400 from the Moff Skellington Artwork Raffle. The lucky winner was drawn today and has been advised and arrangements are underway to deliver the prize. Thanks to everyone who contributed!