Marijuana Deathsquads share new video 'Ewok Sadness'
Check out Marijuana Deathsquads new video for ‘Ewok Sadness’ from their new album ‘Oh My Sexy Lord’ below. Don’t miss them on their debut European tour with Polica in January and February:More
to the home of Memphis Industries, a london based record label of repute.
Some exciting news from Field Music HQ for 2014. School of Language – David’s solo project – has a new ten track album, ‘Old Fears’, set for release on Memphis Industries on 7 April 2014. The track listing is as follows:
A Smile Cracks
Suits Us Better
Between The Suburbs
Moment of Doubt
So Much Time
You Kept Yourself
Check out ‘Between the Suburbs’ below:
‘Old Fears’ will be released on CD, LP (fuschia coloured vinyl) and download. In addition a 7″, ‘More Fears’, featuring 5 non-album tracks will be released on the same day, exclusively via the Field Music website and discounted with every album purchase.
All purchases of ‘Old Fears’ from the Field Music site will be signed by David Brewis.More
Tokyo Police Club are back with a brand new album Forcefield, set for release on 24 March through Memphis Industries.
The album is available for preorder on iTunes, each order including an instant download of 2 tracks, the 8 minute epic that is Argentina (Parts I, II, III), and their most pure pop moment to date, Hot Tonight.
European tour dates are set to be announced shortly.More
Leeds finest Menace Beach release their 5 track ‘Lowtalker’ EP today on 12″ and digital.
Order the 12″ from these fine establishments (Norman and Jumbo have ltd edition postcards with each order).
If you’re digitally inclined
download on iTunes
Happy new year to you all. And what better way to welcome 2014 than with a free Memphis Industries sampler available for free to download for free on Amazon UK, featuring free tracks from the likes of Polica, The Phoenix Foundation, Dutch Uncles, and many more. Did we mention it was free?
Not only that, but as Amazon have made us one of their labels of the month, you can download a selection of Memphis Industries titles at the almost free price of £3.99, for the whole of January. We’ve coined the catchy term “January Sales”, which we think sums it up nicely