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Alice Gold – Runaway Love (2011)

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The debut album from Alice Gold is released on Monday, so we thought it’d be a good chance to post up some of the imagery we’ve created for the campaign leading up to it. Over the past year we’ve developed a lot of love for Alice in the studio (and considering most of our clientele usually have beards of some sort, the fact that she also happens to be hot has helped the process no end). First up was Runaway Love. As always with the Alice Gold artwork, it’s all about the details. Incidentally, this single was also accompanied by a rather nice Andrew Weatherall mix…

Vivid Live 2011

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We’ve been very honored to create the 2011 artwork for Vivid Live at the Sydney Opera House. This year the festival is being curated by Modular Records founder and creative mastermind, Steve Pavlovic. The line-up was officially announced this morning – and looks suitably bonkers!

Smiley Culture (1962-2011)

RIP Smiley Culture

FaltyDL – You Stand Uncertain (2011)

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Our man in New York, FaltyDL is releasing his new album You Stand Uncertain through Planet Mu on March 14th. We’ve had it on permanent rotation since receiving it a few weeks ago – check it.

Alice Gold – Orbiter

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We’ve had the great pleasure of creating some imagery for the lovely (and rather hot) Alice Gold this summer. First up is this 7″ for the debut single Orbiter. Released in the UK in a limited edition of 500 by Pure Groove Records on the 20th September. Alice has just toured with the Eels and good thing are being said. This one’s all about the details…

There’s also a video for the track produced & directed by Gareth Phillips.

Herbie Hancock – Rockit (1983)

Herbie Hancock does Sesame Street

Dizzy Gillespie does The Muppet Show

Buddy Rich does The Muppet Show

Caveman – I’m Ready (1991)

I’m Ready…

Zombie Zombie Plays John Carpenter

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Here’s a quick look at a new sleeve we’ve just completed for Zombie Zombie. The EP features five new ZZ interpretations of classic John Carpenter theme tunes, and from what we’ve heard it’s sounding a little bit special to us! Released in September by our good pals in Paris, Versatile Records.

Build + Destroy posted up a little review of the Carpenter live show ZZ did in Glasgow earlier this year.

YMO – Rydeen (1980)