Fur Blend - Alley Pally PRE-ORDER NOW

Fur Blend return with brand new single Alley Pally on 10th November. Alley Pally is backed with Burnt Ends and is released on limited edition CD (only 50 copies) and digital formats. You can pre-order the CD now from the PHOP SHOP and Wah Wah Records.

Vinyl Revival

Philophobia Music and Eye Wood join forces to give you 'Vinyl Revival'
A record fair with a difference...

Join us for a fun packed day at Unity Works on Saturday 6th December.  Stalls selling vinyl new and old, comics, vintage clothes, music memorabilia, merchandise and instruments. Bar, food and DJ plus live music throughout the day from a variety of performers. Listening booths will be available for chilling with your latest purchase.

Performers on the day include The Ainsley Band (acoustic), Loz Campbell, Ruby Macintosh, Serious Sam Barret and Mick Shaw. Check out the facebook event for times and other updates.

We will also be running a local labels stall featuring releases from ourselves plus releases from Clue Records, Of National Importance Records, Bombed Out Records, Sturdy Records, Hide & Seek Records, CHUD, Ya Dig?, Ginhouse Records, Phat Mannequin Records and others to be confirmed.

Entrance fee is £3 per person. We are looking to raise funds for the Ben Manning Music Foundation at this event, and so £1 from every entrance fee paid will be donated to this worthy local charity.

So come along to bag a bargain record, vintage jacket, new guitar, latest release from local talent... Or just drop in for an ale and enjoy the music.

Be part of vinyl revival.

These Men - Five Short Love Songs EP OUT NOW

These Men release their debut EP Five Short Love Songs today. The EP is available to download / stream at all the usual digital stores. It is also available to download on a pay what you want basis from our bandcamp page. There are also 50 CD copies of the EP available from the same page. These are available for £2 each. Find them here.

The Reacharounds - Heavy Roll OUT NOW

The Reacharounds played their final gig on Friday night at Brudenell Social Club. Today sees the release of their debut and farewell album Heavy Roll. The album is a prefect document of their four years together. Available on CD from Crash, Debut, Jumbo, Sound It Out, Wah Wah and our webshop. The download is also available there as well as all the usual outlets. The party may be over but Heavy Roll lives on.

Riot Joy - The Times - Free Download Out Now

Riot Joy release their debut single as a download today. Riot Joy is a collaboration between Tim Metcalfe (St Gregory Orange) and Texan Ex-pat Bryan Serwatka (Backyards).

Tim originally made the music for a skate video, but when Bryan mentioned he’d like to take a shot at writing a song over it, Riot Joy was born.

It’s a hiphop beat with psychedelic synths, over which Bryan waxes lyrical. What more do you want?
A video for the track, plus more material is forthcoming.

You can find the track in all the usual digital stores and you can download for free from the PHOP SHOP here.


Piskie Sits Live Album Recording

Piskie Sits return with a bang next Sunday. After a few quiet months they will return a this years Long Division Fringe for a live album recording at Unity Works. The event will like last years Mi Mye Live At Drury Lane Library be recorded to 2inch tape by our good friends Greenmont Studios.

The recording takes place at 5 - 6.30pm. Entry is free but is limited to 100 due to the numbers of wirelesss headsets available. To ensure your place sign up now at this link.

The album will be available to order on the night and obviously you'll be able to buy their previous albums on the night too.

The Reacharounds - Heavy Roll PRE-ORDER & LAUNCH

The Reacharounds release their debut album Heavy Roll on 28th September. It is also their final as The Reacharounds have decided to disband following the release of their debut album, knowing all too well that parties have to end, and its best to leave before the booze runs out.

The album was compiled from the many recording sessions at the bands clubhouse over the past few years, and besides the memories, it is all that shall remain of the short but sweet reign of The Reacharounds.

The band will launch the album / bid farewell on 26th September at Brudenell Social Club, Leeds. Full details can be found here.

You also can catch them at Long Division Festival in Wakefield on Saturday 13th September. They play Graziers at 18:00.

Pre-order the album now from our PHOP Shop. By pre-ordering you'll also gain free entry to the Brudenell gig (capacity permitting).

Stream 5 tracks from the album over at SupaJam now.

Long Division Fringe - King Street Krawl

We are delighted to involved with Long Division Fringe again this year. We've teamed with our friends Clue Records, Of National Importance Records and Sticky Shoes to bring you the King Street Krawl. Taking place on Sunday 14th September, as the name suggest the event will take place on King Street, predominantly taking places in the two fine establishments on the street. They are obviously Inns of Court and the newly reopened Players Bar.

The event will run from 12pm to 8.30pm and will be free entry to both venues (capacity permitting). There will be 16 bands playing total: 

The Hysterical Injury 8pm
The Exhibition 7pm
Bi:Lingual 6pm
Buen Chico 5pm
Esper Scout 4pm
McCarthy Vigil 3pm
Inlaze 2pm
The Do's 1pm

Inns of Court
Beesley 7.30pm
Bad Grammar 6.30pm
Clandestines 5.30pm
The Black Lamps 4.30pm
Colour Me Wednesday 3.30pm
Runaround Kids 2.30pm
Rama Zu 1.30pm
Humans As Ornaments 12.30pm

There will be other stuff going on which will be confirmed shortly.

Jack Winn - Send Me To The Stars

Jack Winn; bassist off of Runarounds Kids recorded a solo EP a while back. Here's Jack to explain: 'This was recorded as university coursework, written from about August to December 2012, and recorded in a day in December at Greenmount Studios with some pretty incredible hangovers. Mixed over the next few months in Logic and Protools, occasionally nipping back to Greenmount to use some of the incredible equipment and even better mixing advice from Jamie. Handed in April 2013. I got a 2.1 for it.

I always planned doing something properly with this, but I think the moment's passed and I've been sitting on it for way too long. It ended up being a properly fun thing to be involved with, and I'm totally in debt to Jamie, Slater and Chad for giving so much time helping me out.'

You might recognise 'Feel Anything' from our 'We PHOPPED Something In The Water' compilation album last year. If you liked that I'm sure you'll enjoy the other 5 tracks that make up Send Me To The Stars. Find it here.

Little Japanese Toy Return

An old Wakefield favourite return this Autumn. Little Japanese Toy release their first new material in over 10 years through our sister label Bitching Cassettes. Deaf Through Persistence will be released on Saturday 27th September for International Cassette Store Day. There will be only 100 copies and they will potentially available from these shops. Contact these shops to make sure they are stocking it if you want one.