Toby Gale x Auclair

Toby Gale x Auclair

London-based singer and producer Auclair has a new remix EP “Second Signal”, featuring a rework of “Here Come The Planes” by Toby Gale, released via Kit Records on 8th December.

Stream the EP here:

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Posted in Tape Club Records, Toby Gale

Nike SB NESW x The Union Pool

Nike SB have launched a new project called NESW – a series of videos following Nike SB skaters in the four compass points of the UK, focusing on areas they grew up or spent a significant amount of time skating.

Check out “North” and “East” below, featuring music by The Union Pool.

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Posted in Tape Club Records, The Union Pool

Kerry Leatham on DELS’ new album “Petals Have Fallen”

Petals Have Fallen

Kerry Leatham features on DELS‘ latest album “Petals Have Fallen”, which is out now on Big Dada.

Check out the album here.

Kerry and DELS recently performed a live version of “Pulls” with a string quartet for Noisey, filmed in a tunnel shaft underneath Brunel Museum. Check out their performance here:

Posted in Kerry Leatham, Tape Club Records

Tape Club at Independent Label Market

We’ll be at the Christmas Independent Label Market again this year, held at Spitalfields Market, London this Saturday from 11:00-18:00.

We’ll have vinyl, CDs, tapes and other treats in store, including homemade Tape Club cupcakes and raffle.

More information can be found here.

Hope to see you there!

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Posted in Tape Club Records

Morgan Hislop x Hairy Hands // Single out on Activia Benz

Our friend Morgan Hislop recently released his debut single “Bright As The Moon, But Darkened By The Drama” via Activia Benz‘s Singles Club, featuring vocals by Hairy Hands.

The track was featured on Dummy Magazine here:

[Hairy Hands'] voice layered in tight, rich harmonies, reverbing with weed lassitude into the rainforest of sound above the phantomic funk of the bass and almost-’90s-hip-hop-lifted beat, mingling with it all in a tropical mist of chill that is as much leftfield experimentalism as it is ear-friendly pop.

Listen to the track here:

 

Posted in Hairy Hands, Tape Club Records

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