Jazz Life Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records
Look how airbrushed they are now. This is probably the point in the biography of Blood Red Shoes where all hell breaks loose. They'd already split up once and gone off in very separate ways before reconvening until the guitarist broke her arm after falling off a motorbike. Her mother might well be furious with her but it led to the band using more synths and exploring new sounds and then going to LA (as you do) to make this 'comeback' album. It's one of those that could be brilliant or terrible. Let's find out...
- Vinyl LP (JAZZLIFE16LPX)
- In stock and ready to ship
- Coloured vinyl
- Limited edition
MarthaGunn are, it should be noted, a band, not a solo artist named Martha Gunn. I know, it's confusing. They hail from Brighton, and Heaven is their first ever piece of recorded music, a dramatic piece of rock song in a classic 70’s style. Single-sided 7” on Blood Red Shoes’ Jazz Life label, limited to 300 copies
Brighton trio Tigerclub have a new single, ‘Centrefold’, which follows on from the success of ‘Blue Blood’ earlier this year. Limited to 500 vinyl copies, it is the first release on fellow Brightoners Blood Red Shoes’ brand new label Jazz Life.
They are 90s revivalist grunge copyists and the singer sounds like a mixture of Kurt Cobain and that guy from Stereophonics.
Comes on white vinyl and limited to only 300 copies. Taken from their upcoming full length RKTKN#2, and features an unreleased track on the flip side which they have promised will not be available in any other format. Recorded by Steve Albini at Electrical Audio in Chicago. Think Trencher but with much higher production...