Slumberland Records

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The Reds, Pinks & Purples – You Might Be Happy Someday

The kitchen-pop project of Glenn Donaldson, The Reds, Pinks & Purples, have announced details of their new forthcoming album. Titled You Might Be Happy Someday it will be released via Tough Love (UK) and Slumberland Records (US) on 2nd October 2020. The new album features eight tracks and one, Last Summer In A Rented Room, … Continue reading

Smokescreens – Fork In The Road

Los Angeles’ based Smokescreens have a new album due for release later this year. Titled A Strange Dream it will be released by Slumberland Records on October 30th 2020 and it’s produced by The Cleans David Kilgour. Given the band’s obvious love for all things Dunedin sound, they must have been delighted with that! The … Continue reading

Lake Ruth – Extended Leave

Lake Ruth, who feature members of Holy Fuck, The New Lines, and The Eighteenth Day of May, will be releasing their new single as part of the Slumberland Records SLR30 Singles Series. The band’s music is inspired by space-pop, Krautrock, noir and baroque pop amongst others. Extended Leave explores these elements to great effect complete … Continue reading

Ooh Sometimes…..

And not an Erasure track in sight…. Stars On Fire – Salty Kiss South Korean band Stars on Fire follow up June’s Blue Skies Above EP with a new four tracker entitled Songs For The Summer. Salty Kiss is the first track lifted from the EP which to these ears is a marked improvement from … Continue reading

Jeanines – Jeanines

The self titled debut album by Jeanines takes me back to the years of my youth circa early/mid 1980s. It takes me back to the times I eagerly waited for fanzines, flexi-discs and records to drop through my door or the weekly trip to pick up the music press to excitably scour for even more … Continue reading

Something For The Weekend?

No theme for this weeks pack of three aside from making the time to listen to all of these releases over the course of this, or any other, weekend! Wildhoney – Naive Castle Since we last heard from them Wildhoney have moved physically as well as musically. Moving away from their shoegaze roots their music … Continue reading

Jeanines – Either Way

New York’s Jeanines grabbed our attention this time last year with a couple of demos and the wonderful Hits The Bone which betrayed all of their indiepop influences. They have since signed with Slumberland Records and will be releasing their debut self titled album in June. Either Way is the albums opening track and it … Continue reading

Smokescreens – Someone New

C86 and Flying Nun enthusiasts/revivalists Smokescreen release their new album Used To Yesterday via Slumberland Records on July 13th 2018. The album opener Someone New has been released as a taster and what a catchy jangle-fest it is, suggesting that the forthcoming album is gonna be something else! Pre-order the album from here or via … Continue reading

September Round Up Time!

I have been a bit slack on posting these past couple of weeks but I have some good excuses for that! Firstly I have set up a new record label with my Sleeping Today Promotions collaborator. I have also been helping promote the next Culture Bunker night which takes place on October 22nd and it … Continue reading

Mercury Girls – Ariana

Regular readers (if such as thing exists!) would have noticed I was a somewhat quiet during April and May and now I have a backlog of stuff to post all of which I am sure you have heard before. Anyway Mercury Girls released an impressive couple of demos last year (which are still available here) … Continue reading

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