Anonymous asked: Have you guys considered releasing "Running Strong" on vinyl? I'd snatch that up in a second.
We’ve never really discussed it as we’ve been focused on our future releases here lately, but if any label wanted to print some up on vinyl we’d be more than open to the idea!
On this weeks edition of Something For The Weekend, Enjoyment Records’ Dale Robinson takes over the reigns as we continue our series of guest writers.
Formed just over a year ago, Enjoyment Records is a small Independent label based out of Norfolk. In the space of 12 months, Robinson has built up an impressive back catalogue with releases from NGOD, History of the Hawk, Nai Harvest, Second To Last, Lions, Withers and more.
For his SFTW piece, Dale has picked three bands he learned about the good old fashion way - by word of mouth.
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I often discover new bands/music through recommendations by friends and quite a lot of our releases probably wouldn’t have even happened if it wasn’t for this. Instead of just blabbing on about some hyped up bands everyone probably already knows by now, I would like to introduce a few bands that most people wouldn’t have heard of just yet, which a number of people from different circles in the music scene have brought to my attention.
For Fans Of: Three Trapped Tigers, Adebisi Shank, and Giraffes? Giraffes!
Cleft are a gem I found through friends that run the Musical Mathematics zine. Completely instrumental, Cleft produce wave after wave of stop-start rhythms and infectious melodies. Whilst only a two-piece (guitar/drums) they have recently put out a 5 track CD consisting of some seriously well-written music without any riff ever outstaying it’s welcome. A lot of it is frantic, and all of it is fun to listen to. Check it out.