Press Release: TEMPORARY - Selections from Dunedin's Pop Underground 2011 - 2014
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T E M P O R A R Y - Selections from Dunedin's Pop Underground 2011 - 2014
A compilation featuring 13 of our favourite Dunedin bands, with a 24 page colour 'zine included & available as LP/ CD with 'zine or LP+CD+zine!
If you are familiar with any of our recent releases from Trick Mammoth, Opposite Sex, Males, The Prophet Hens & The Shifting Sands, you will know there is some magic being created right now by a new scene of young musicians in this small city on the edge of the world - Dunedin, New Zealand.
So much magic we felt compelled to compile all our favourites into one compilation album... then, to add something extra we asked the musicians to contribute to a 'zine to accompany the album.
The compilation features new and exclusive tracks from Fishrider artists Opposite Sex, Males and Trick Mammoth, and a vinyl debut for a track from The Prophet Hens' lauded debut and The Shifting Sands forthcoming second album. Most of the rest will be unknown/ unheard as well, and the 'zine provides discography and links to discover more music from each band - Mavis Gary, Death & The Maiden, Mr Biscuits, Strange Harvest, Astro Children, Kane Strang, Bad Sav & Scattered Brains of the Lovely Union.
To check out the album, listen to tracks and view the compilation LP or CD & 'zine package head to the Fishrider Bandcamp page here: https://fishriderrecords.bandcamp.com/ You can buy it from there (in stock & shipping immediately), or from NZ record stores.
The album is released on 23 September in the US in conjunction with Ba Da Bing! Records - http://www.badabingrecords.com/store/products/temporary-selections-from-dunedins-pop-underground-2011-2014-lp/
and in the UK in conjunction with Occultation Recordings - http://www.occultation.co.uk/Occultation_Space/Releases/PROTEUS7DE033/temporary_main.html
so look for it in stores if you live in North America or UK/Europe, or order it direct from those labels.
Fishrider HQ, Dunedin, NZ
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