Can't wait for Record Store Day 2017? We neither, therefore we are very excited to present you the following titles for this year's Record Store Day.
Picture by Nikki A. Rae at Record Store Day 2016.
We will release 15 exclusive Record Store Day titles this year, many appearing on vinyl for the first time, and with a mix of avant-garde synth, pop, rock, indie, jazz and hip hop from international artists, some well-chosen cult soundtracks and a good showing for domestic Benelux artists. We really do have something for everyone!
The releases include artists such as Art Of Noise, Mew, Golden Earring, Residents, Hooverphonic, Ennio Morricone and many more.
These are all very limited, individually numbered and will be exclusively available at selected independent record stores on April 22th, 2017.
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The Legend of 1900 (Italian: La leggenda del pianista sull'oceano) is a 1998 Italian drama film directed by Giuseppe Tornatore. The Legend Of 1900 was nominated for a variety of awards worldwide, winning several for its soundtrack. This release includes the song “Lost Boys Calling”, on which Roger Waters & Eddie van Halen are featured.
The Legend of 1900 (Italian: La leggenda del pianista sull'oceano) is a 1998 Italian drama film directed by Giuseppe Tornatore and starring Tim Roth, Pruitt Taylor Vince, and Mélanie Thierry. The film is inspired by Novecento, a monologue by Alessandro Baricco. The Legend Of 1900 was nominated for a variety of awards worldwide, winning several for its soundtrack.
Charl is een 26-jarige Nederlandstalige singer/songwriter uit Roepaen, Limburg en is een echte troubadour. De EP bevat het lied "Lichtelijk Verlicht" en wordt regelmatig gedraaid op Radio 2. Dezelfde radiozender benoemde Charl meteen dit jaar als 'Nieuw Geluid' van Radio 2. 'Lichtelijk Verlicht' kwam daarmee direct op de playlist.
Blacula is a 1972 American blaxploitation horror film directed by William Crain. The music for Blacula is unlike that of most horror films as it uses rhythm and blues as opposed to haunting classical music.
The band Mew had their first major commercial success with Frengers, described as "a work of quiet brilliance, aiming for the epic without straying into the bombastic, offering cerebral arrangements while keeping things accessible". Whilst their music may be classified as indie and on occasion progressive rock, a band member previously stated: "I usually say we are 'indie stadium.' A mix between 'feelings' and 'thinking' is usually good."