Hello, I am very excited and happy to announce three new releases including the third Vinyl Jacket single, the second Mr Ben Sir release and the second EP and first release on the label from Young Liar. I am getting a proper website sorted soon which will all be updated with artist and release info … Read more
We are very proud to announce the release of Vinyl Jacket’s third single ‘Red Light’ on 5th March, the release will be backed by a remix from Mercury-nominated artist Everything Everything (Geffen). Huw Stephens was joined by Greg James on Radio 1 this week and gave Red Light it’s first Worldwide radio play, listen here…
The Calico Print proudly announces it’s third release of the year, the subtle and sublime Transport EP by Mr Ben Sir is available to download now! Mr Ben Sir are a recording collective rooted in the North East of England.
On Thursday 8 September Vinyl Jacket’s live Maida Vale session for Huw Stephens was aired on BBC Radio 1. Listen to the session in full here
Koala has now sold out in physical format, digital packages are still available from our Shop, thank you to everyone who has bought one.
Vinyl Jacket stormed the BBC Introducing Stage at Glastonbury Festival with one of the largest crowds of the weekend, watch ‘Koala’ here and see more videos and photos here.
Vinyl Jacket proudly present their brand new video for the forthcoming single ‘Koala’ Big thanks to the incredible Flashlight Films for all their efforts as ever, particularly Matthew Brown
Today we are proud and excited to announce the next Vinyl Jacket release, the follow up single to ‘Painting Stations’ will be ‘Koala‘ and will be released on 18 July 2011. However you can Pre-order the physical format (includes immediate digital download) or just grab yourself just the digital download right now over at our Bandcamp page. There is also a nice … Read more
Vinyl Jacket have been selected to play the BBC Introducing Stage at Glastonbury Festival, put forward by their local show they were selected from a panel that included Zane Lowe, Tom Robinson, Jo Whiley, Huw Stephens, Steve Lamacq and Emily Eavis. You can can see the full line up on the BBC website.