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Ecce - Marginalia

Ecce began making ‘Marginalia’ without the express intent of ever releasing it. Time limited, bound to the reality of day jobs, and wanting the composition and recording of music to be something unencumbered with the eventual realisation of it having an audience, Nicholas and Tim began spending what little spare time they had divining tones from Nick’s modular synthesizer, and playing with Tim’s old tape machines and drum kits, purely for their own enjoyment.

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Ecce - Decades

Summer 2015 may seem like a long way away, but think of Ecce’s 'Decades', a simple psychedelic love song built around a repetitive synth motif, as musical light therapy for a mild winter. Sing along to to the sweeping backing vocals in the chorus long enough and we might just make spring come quicker.

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Steve Gold

We are extremely saddened to announce that Steve Strange died at 11.15 local time on Thursday 12th February 2015 in Sharm El Sheik International Hospital, Egypt. Steve died in his sleep, of Heart Failure. Steve's family, band members and friends are all distraught at this sudden news of his untimely death. Steve’s family request privacy at this extremely difficult time.




Visage - Orchestral

Founding fathers of the New Romantics and pioneers of the 80s sound Visage, return with a new album "Orchestral". In March 2014 Visage were asked to perform at the closing ceremony of the World Ski Jumping Championships in Prague. Sensing an opportunity for grandeur, Steve Strange – the illustrious leader of Visage – joined forces with the Czech Synthosymphonica Orchestra.

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Visage - Fade To Grey stems download

Visage release Multitrack Stems to “Fade To Grey” – One of the biggest songs of the 1980’s

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Visage - Fade To Grey (Orchestral)

After what can only be described as a phenomenal year promoting and performing their highly successful 2013 comeback album 'Hearts And Knives', Visage return with an interpretation of their most famous track. Fade To Grey performed with a full orchestra.

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Thomas Lang - Torch

'Torch' is the rare album outing from Thomas Lang, the acclaimed Liverpool based singer-songwriter best known for the jazz-tinged song "The Happy Man" and debut album 'Scallywag Jaz' which hit the UK charts in 1987.

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Justus Köhncke - Erinnerung Der Spiralen

Alumni from the "Kompakt' School are known for referencing 80s & 70s pop and krautrock experimentation, but it seems seems Köhncke has deliberately sought the associated nostalgia and whacked it up to eleven for this re-issue of his seminal vinyl only debut. Now 12 years on we are pleased to be giving his 1999 debut its first ever full release.

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Thomas Lang - August Day

Thomas Lang was born and bred in Liverpool. He worked his way up as a backing singer with Liverpool bands such as OMD, The Lotus Eaters and Dalek I. In the early 90's he began a writing partnership with David Hughes which eventually led to a 3 album spell (which included the hits 'The Happy Man', 'Me & Mrs Jones') and many an appearance at Ronnie Scott. He then took a break from recording to run Parr Street studios & participate in several arts foundations in Liverpool.

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