You could say we’re getting rather used to hearing Danny & The Champions Of The World on the radio, but tonight we’ll be turning to our TVs to catch Danny on Neil McCormick’s Needle Time. The show airs at 10pm tonight on Vintage TV, which can be found on Sky channel 369, Virgin 343, Freesat 515 or you can stream it online at www.vintage.tv. Here’s a little preview.
Tickets are on sale now for Danny & The Champs at London’s Jazz Cafe on 6th March 2014.
We’re looking forward to our annual Loose outing to Old Spitalfields Market, this Saturday 30th November for London’s Independent Label Market. We’ll be setting up our market stall among at least 80 other UK indie labels, along with the new and welcome addition of stalls hosting 20 different London brewers.
The inevitable stampede for exclusive goodies commences at 11am, so make sure you’re down there bright and early to get your hands on the best bits. We’ll be offering signed albums from Treetop Flyers, Israel Nash Gripka, Frontier Ruckus and The Wooden Sky, our very last vinyl copy of the awesome new Willard Grant Conspiracy record, test pressings, t-shirts, bags… All vinyl LPs will be £10 and under, all CDs £5 and under.
More music than ever with that added bonus of having all those quality beers to hand, surely only serving to enhance your record shopping experience. We’ll see you there then.
The award celebrates vinyl record sleeve design by nominating 50 “creative and well-designed vinyl record covers” each year for the public to vote for. The nominees will be displayed in exhibitions across Europe throughout November and December, with the winner due to be announced on January 3rd, 2014. Help The Handsome Family to be in with a chance of winning by voting at bestartvinyl.com.
Rennie’s Wilderness masterpiece stands among artwork from the likes of Queens Of The Stone Age, Daft Punk, Paul McCartney and Elton John as well as a Damien Hirst designed entry. Vote Handsome Family.
“In a parallel universe, Bruntnell would be selling out O2-sized arenas.” – The Sun That’s what they keep saying. You’ve read the glowing reviews, the heaps of great praise for his songs, the bit about him being invited out to Nashville to play the Americana Music Festival, where he was joined by a backing band in the form of Mike Heidorn (Uncle Tupelo/Son Volt) and Dave Boquist (Son Volt), well now’s your chance to catch Peter Bruntnell live, back home in the UK.