Premiering tonight at Festival de Cannes: Whitney, directed by the great Scotsman Kevin Macdonald and featuring an original score by me, mixed in between music by this now deceased iconic woman. Twas a very unsettling job, this one...

IMDb:https://imdb.to/2KugcW0

Premiering tonight at Festival de Cannes: 'Whitney', directed by the great Scotsman Kevin Macdonald and featuring an original score by me, mixed in between music by this now deceased iconic woman. 'Twas a very unsettling job, this one...

IMDb:https://imdb.to/2KugcW0
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5 days ago

Thank you @rogerwaters for the 70’s nostalgia, phenomenal projection & flying pigs, t’was lovely....

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1 week ago

Our friends Echo Collective play Radiohead's 'Amnesiac'.

Ancienne Belgique - AB
ECHO COLLECTIVE plays 'AMNESIAC' (RADIOHEAD)
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3 weeks ago

 

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Eric Downs : )

Brilliant

Erased Tapes comp 1x1=X featuring our piece Long May It Sustain will be out on CD & DL on June 29th. 

Order: http://phonofile.link/1-1-X

Erased Tapes' comp '1x1=X' featuring our piece 'Long May It Sustain' will be out on CD & DL on June 29th.

Order: phonofile.link/1-1-XErased Tapes will release their comp '1x1=X' featuring our new piece 'Long May It Sustain' on June 29th on CD and DL. The last few vinyls are also available to order....

Orders: phonofile.link/1-1-X
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3 weeks ago

Lovely memory & tour poster by Pfahlert Creative Labs (The Silent P)
#awingedvictoryforthesullen

Lovely memory & tour poster by Pfahlert Creative Labs (The Silent P)
#awingedvictoryforthesullen
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3 weeks ago

 

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want! WANNNNNNNNNNNT

Where can I get that?

Happy Record Store Day, & big thank you to big boss man Roberto Raths for bringing me one of these beautiful behemoths in person. Hope some of you can find a copy out there #erasedtapesrecords #awingedvictoryforthesullen #recordstoreday

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4 weeks ago

Our A Winged Victory For The Sullen piece 'Long May it Sustain' is out this Saturday for Record Store Day UK as part of Erased Tapes' compilation '1x1= X'.

Listen: spoti.fi/2qinpAJ
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1 month ago

 

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An(other) amazing track! 🙂

Our new A Winged Victory For The Sullen piece 'Long May it Sustain' over on Spotify. It will be released on Erased Tapes' Record Store Day compilation '1x1= X' on April 21st.

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That’s stunning adam bryanbaum wiltzie

Mr Kranky’s statement below regarding the expense of international shipping for our Gravitational vinyl reissue.

Mr Kranky’s statement below regarding the expense of international shipping for our 'Gravitational' vinyl reissue.We've been getting some complaints about the price of shipping for our 'Gravitational' record. While we understand the comments, we have a statement from the head honcho at Kranky to explain the reason behind the price...

"You may not be aware of this, but at the beginning of 2015 the U.S. Postal service doubled the prices for packages leaving the country. Some forces in our national legislature are trying to bankrupt the postal service here so that they can privatize it, and the drastic price hikes were a move to cause more outrage over an already beleaguered postal system so that further arguments can be made that it needs to be privatized and handed to some corporate entity such as Fedex where even HIGHER postage prices will eventually be instituted. A large portion of the problem stems from legislation passed in 2006 mandating that the postal system entirely fund their pension and health care costs 75 years into the future in only 15 years time, an outrageous burden that is required of no other public or private entity in the country and which means that the postal system starts each year with a $5 billion deficit. and to top it off, our national legislature has approval over any service and pricing changes that could possibly help alleviate the issue such as ending saturday delivery service, cutting the subsidy given bulk mailers who are granted cheap rates just to fill our boxes with junk mail, or raising the price of a stamp for a letter from $0.49 to $0.50 which they declined to do while drastically increasing other prices. More here: bit.ly/2Gt75Y5

It currently costs us $22.50 U.S in postage to ship a single or double LP to europe, and $34 to ship a triple LP. We charge for postage what we pay and no more. Prices for foreign orders are thus high, and it has hurt our direct mail order business drastically, but we have no control over the situation. You can play with the U.S. Postage calculator yourself here: postcalc.usps.com/, just plug in 1 lb and 4 oz, the weight of a single LP package, 1 lb 10 oz for a double LP and 2 lb 6 oz for a triple LP. The prices showing there are even higher than we pay by shipping through paypal where a discount is applied. Think about that: the post office website charges more than other vendors that plug into the postal system, it’s illogical. Even odder: you cannot ship a domestic package either first class service or “media mail” service at the usps.com website but you can through paypal, endicia and other service providers. So the official usps website offers less services and higher prices than their licensees. The system is broken, but it is intentional.
We are sorry to say that the only way to get the price of the postage down when ordering direct is to order multiple titles at one time. The good news is that if you live in the UK or Europe, you can get relief by ordering from quality online outlets such as Boomkat and Norman Records in the UK, Konkurrent in Benelux, Anost in Berlin, and others.”

Orders through here: bit.ly/2HHvZzU
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2 months ago

 

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Thankfully Norman Records have stocks in the UK. Mine should be along soon 🙌

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