Saturday, 16 April 2016

subscribe to wiaiwya-7777777 on Record Store Day

while you're in the mood for RECORD SHOPPING, why not sign up to wiaiwya-7777777 2016, the fifth year out of seven... this year's singles club subscribers will receive seven vinyl debuts, that's seven singles from seven bands who are yet to release a record on vinyl... it's ambitious, and it's been fun tracking down just the right acts for your discerning record collections... the bands? here we go

7 April - Deerful
7 May - Hate Week
7 June - Citizen Helene
7 August - Nancy Sin
7 September - parenthesis dot dot dot
7 October - Whoa Melodic
7 December - Milk Skin

the sleeves are covered in hand stuck stamps (adding up to seven units of currency) from seven countries i regularly send records to, stamped with a special wiaiwya postmark

also, don't forget that as a subscriber you also get 10% off all the other records in the shop

so, without further ado, you can sign up using this BUTTON (oh, and if you signed up to the 2015 club, your membership number is on the back of your records):

to subscribe to wiaiwya-7777777 2016 (seven 7" singles)
add 2015 membership number

Sunday, 27 March 2016

Deerful - Moon Maps video

yep - the Easter Weekend just got better:

Saturday, 26 March 2016

deerful demos

the ever prolific Deerful has some demos for you:

Friday, 25 March 2016

This Is What It Is

there is some Citizen Helene music in this film from Cristian Solimeno - a perfect bank holiday treat

This Is what It Is from cristian solimeno on Vimeo.

Monday, 21 March 2016

77 days is too long - Citizen Helene

the third of this year's vinyl debuts comes from the marvelous Citizen Helene

Hailing from the fossil-strewn land of Dorset’s Jurassic Coast and settling in London, Citizen Helene exudes sunshine pop with a vintage twist. Taking inspiration from 60’s pop, psychedelic folk and jazz, the result is a sound has been likened to that of Margo Guryan, Karen Carpenter and Joni Mitchell with English sensibilities.

there's even a poster designed by Pete Fowler!

Tuesday, 1 March 2016

The Art Of Bots

excited to tell you that Emma Deerful is playing this

Abandon Normal Devices presents Art of Bots at Somerset House, London.

Over recent years tiny automated and nonsensical beings have infiltrated our daily life. They have taken delight in agitation by imitating human behaviours – from telling jokes to online-dating. These small computer programmes are called bots.

Join us for this two-day event exploring bot behaviour and the creative and darker side of these computer programmes through demos, talks, installations, and performances from artists, thinkers and pioneers of the global bot community.

Featuring contributions from Darius Kazemi (USA), Jeff Thompson (USA), Katie Rose Pipkin (USA), Shardcore (UK), Julien Deswaef (USA), Matt Webb (UK), Chris Rodley (AUS), Sam Lavigne (USA) and Emma Winston (UK).

Co-curated with Matthew Plummer Fernandez and delivered in partnership with Somerset House and Furtherfield.

For more details about the event please visit