Today I have two new video releases for you via my ITTLG label – the first is a joint release with the wonderful Musical Bear Records and it is Kodiak Island‘s take on Kate Bush’s classic debut single, ‘Wuthering Heights‘. The original vocal and acoustic guitar track was recorded by me (playing and singing at […]
Coming soon via Indie Through The Looking Glass! Artist: Sons of the DescentSong: Physics of AngelsLabel: Indie Through The Looking GlassRelease Date: 5 July 2019‘low-key smorgasbord of quietly crafted off-kilter pop gems’ ProductMagazineNewly minted Sons of the Descent are a Scottish three-piece rich in musical history.Based in Edinburgh and Fife, Hugh Duggie, Stephen Evans and Ian White […]
The second artist to be released by this blog record label and the first not to feature me! Here’s ‘My Sin’ from the e.p.. The e.p. is a collection of songs recorded in 1986 by New Tennessee Waltz. Based in Fleet, Hampshire, the band were regulars at The Buzz Club in Aldershot, where they supported […]
I’ve got some great music getting released via this blog’s record label over the coming months….next is this e.p.. Originally recorded as a demo in 1986 by Buzz Club regulars, New Tennessee Waltz. I got the 4 cassette tracks mastered recently and now they are all set for release on April 19th…more news soon!
I’m very excited about this. Sean Johnson, AKA the Hardway Bros has done a brilliant remix of the Christine X track, ‘Camden‘ for me. It’s released via IndieThroughTheLookingGlassRecords on the 12 April, but I thought I’d share the beautiful video, Jason Applin has made for the track with you today. It’s cold and wet outside […]
Having recently enjoyed plays for ‘Camden’ on BBC 6 Music and by legendary d.j. Andrew Weatherall, ‘Demoed’ is the 4th part of the alphabet series by my alter-ego, Christine x and it completes the ‘A2D’ E.P.’ It is the first Christine X track to include other musicians. Richard Handyside on electric guitar and Howard Monk […]
The letter C in my Christine X alphabet series is released today. I’m really happy as it got played on BBC 6 Music on Wednesday night, by Gideon Coe. Which is of course entirely correct as it is Gideon’s voice which features on the recording. The track is based around a radio interview between myself […]