We're incredibly excited to announce ROZI PLAIN has joined the Memphis Industries family! Her new album is fantastic and we can't wait for everyone to hear it - more news on that soon! Catch her live this January and February, playing Independent Venue Week.
27 Jan - Southampton, The Joiners tickets +
28 Jan - Ipswich, The Smokehouse tickets +
29 Jan - Brighton, Green Door Store tickets +
31 Jan - Hull, Adelphi Club
02 Feb - Morecambe, More Music tickets
03 Feb - Leeds, Brudenell Social Club tickets
We're really excited to announce that Malihini's debut album 'Hopefully, Again' will be released 08 March 2019. Today they're sharing the title track from the record, the woozy and intimate 'Hopefully, Again', which perfectly showcases the chemistry between co-lead singers Federica and Giampaolo.
Their name may mean ‘newcomers’ in Hawaiian, but Malihini, aka Rome-based duo Giampaolo Speziale and Federica Caiozzo, deal exclusively in the music of lived experience and time-honed emotional intelligence, their disarming musical universe never less than distinctive, yet resonating with a confessional, modern European pop sophistication of a kind elsewhere purveyed by the likes of Charlotte Gainsbourg, Jose Gonzalez and Our Broken Garden.
'Hopefully, again' is released on 08 March 2019, pre-order it here on limited edition signed orange LP, black LP, CD and digitally. Go here for all your other pre-ordering options (indie stores will also be carrying limited numbers of the orange vinyl version).
We are very pleased to welcome London dance band Stats to the Memphis family. We will be releasing their electric debut album 'Other People's Lives' on 15 February 2019. You can hear their brand new single 'There Is A Story I Tell About My Life' right now and pre-order the album here.
Fronted by lead-singer Ed Seed, Ed spent time in the live bands of La Roux and Dua Lipa before focusing on Stats and crafting their own blend of fidgety electro funk.
Stats are a refreshing, modern band with a debut album that captures the now, the fleeting, the fickle and the forgotten – like that perfect moment lost on the dance floor – yet it presents it in a musical way that avoids being trapped to a time and place.