Jun 072011
 

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INDEPENDENT LABEL MARKET : SUCCESS!

A couple of weeks ago Angular’s ‘Independent Label Market’ saw some of the UK’s leading indie labels alongside some of the UK’s newest and freshest indie labels peddling their produce shoulder to shoulder at London’s historic Berwick St Market.

The sun shone, Jarvis Cocker turned up to spin some tunes and a splendid time was guaranteed for all. Thank you if you made it down. Watch this space for news on future events!

HAPPY DAYS AT THE ANGULAR STALL!

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FRESH TOUCH

Angular also acquired a new act at the Independent Label Market in the shape of ‘Fresh Touch’, an intriguing project lead by Richard Russell, head of XL Recordings and 90’s rave pioneers Kicks Like A Mule, and Rodaidh McDonald, XL’s house producer (Adele, The xx etc).

Recorded in Ethiopia last year, ‘Fresh Touch’ also features both local and some very well known Western musicians.

XL were offering a ‘Record Label Starter Kit’ to the highest bidder at their stall and Angular swept in to win with a late bid as the market was packing up.

You can read an interview with Angular’s Joe Daniel about the signing here at The Quietus

more news to follow!

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ANGULAR + TIM KEY ON DOMINO RADIO!

Our pals at Domino Records hit the airwaves for one week only this week with Domino Radio available online, and at 87.7FM (London)

Their schedule is pretty amazing; Daniel Miller, Lawrence, Whats Your Rupture?, Jon Savage, Honest Jon’s to name a few.

On Thursday we’ll be hosting a show with the poetical genius known as Tim Key, along with his pal Alex Horne. Expect laughs upon laughs and maybe some Russian lounge music.

Tune in from 2-4pm!

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SPOTIFY!

Well well well, what have we here?

The full ARC Catalogue finally finds it’s way onto music streaming service Spotify. You can check it out HERE. Let’s see how it goes…


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