Sunday, March 24, 2013

Record Store Day 7"

We're pleased to announce that we're doing a special one off 7" release for Record Store Day in the UK. It's a ltd. edition split 7" on white vinyl featuring a L.Pierre remix of Mogwai's 'Special N' from the Les Revenants album and a Mogwai remix of Bill Wells/ Aidan Moffat's 'The Copper Top' from their incredible 'Everything's Getting Older' album.

As it's for Record Store Day this is a one-off release, we won't be re-pressing it. Once it's sold out, that's it.

Also we're doing a wee Rock Action sampler for Record Store Day that we're giving away for freeeeee from your local record store (subject to availability etc).

The 7" single will be 500 copies only on coloured vinyl.

Monday, March 18, 2013

Mogcast 15

Listen online, stream and download Mogwai’s triumphant return to Radio Magnetic for a new series of the Mogwai Rock Action Mogcast.
After what seems like more than a year of touring the world, Mogwai’s Stuart Braithwaite and Barry Burns make a welcome return to the recently refurbished Radio Magnetic studio to start a new series of their much-loved Mogcast show.

This typically eclectic selection takes in Arthur Russell, Nathan Fake, the Silver Jews and D’arcangelo and Antoni Maiovvi.

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Earth Division sleeve rendition

"This is version earth division. Peeking Lion by GHD"
Thanks Ryan

Citybirches Photography Works

Citybirches Photography have published what looks to be a beautiful (and expensive) coffee table book of musicians on tour, including photos of Fleet Foxes, Bill Callahan, Sigur Ros, Mark Kozelek, R.E.M, Explosions In The Sky, Sonic Youth, Mogwai, Jose Gonzalez, The Shins, Codeine, Rivulets and many more. The book comes with a CD containing songs by artists in the book (but not Mogwai)

Thanks Paul

Friday, March 1, 2013

Zidane soundtrack - tickets still available, the official ticket seller for Manchester International Festival, still has approx 30 tickets per night for Mogwai's first live performances of the Zidane OST in Manchester (19th and 20th July 2013). If these shows are accesible to you and you haven't booked - why?? How can it be anything less than amazing?