Today we proudly release SPEkTR's new album Excelsior. SPEkTR is a Copenhagen-based band that was formed in 2000 by composer/guitarist Manoj Ramdas. The band has always been an uncompromising ensemble, always following their instinct. Originality and musical curiosity has been the driving force, a force Manoj Ramdas himself teasingly calls soundtrack’n’roll.
We are launching a new sub-label called Rotor Records. First band on the label; Stadtverk has just released their first single Hjælp Te Sjølhjælp.
We are very exited to present our fourth LP release in 2017. On November 24. we will release the new album Excelsior with Copenhagen-based soundtrack-rockers SPEkTR.
With five days to the release of I LIKE TO SLEEP's debut album Bedmonster, heres the first single from the album; Brute.
The pre-sale for I LIKE TO SLEEP's debut album Bedmonster has now started. The album will be released on both vinyl and CD and comes in twelve different packagings(!)
The seven Danish lamas move towards new horizons and musical expressions with the release of their pulsating single Post Optimism on September 8th.
I like to sleep blowed our minds when we heard a live demo recording at the bands Bandcamp page more than a year ago. We immediately contacted the band, and asked them, if they would be interested in working with us. Now almost 12 months later, we proudly presents their debut album Bedmonster.
The Spin-Clean gets records clean, is easy to use and doesn't cost a fortune. Spin-Clean also takes the effort out of cleaning records, the brushes scrub both sides of the record simultaneously, rollers in the tank keep records safe from damage and the fluid pulls dirt off the record and down to the bottom of the tank. Quick, easy and reasonably priced, now there's no reason not to clean every record in your collection.
The new album Excelsior is mainly inspired by a universe drenched in synth rock – a place where soundtracks from 80s action movies and German acts and composers, like Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream, Klaus Doldinger and Harold Faltemeyer, have had a significant influence.
I like to sleep specialises in heavy riffs, extensive improvisation pushed to its limits, and well-written melodies – a style labelled “Powerjazz”.
A re-issue of one of Norways most sought after Jazz albums. Originally released in 1968.