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London Bound

Posted in Band Update, Music with tags , , , , , , on February 20, 2013 by bleedinggold

“The video was shot on super 8 using film stock from the year that we were born. We wanted to create something dreamy that didn’t reveal an exact narrative, as we wanted to leave that open to interpretation.”  -Just Handshakes

BG041 | BG043

Posted in Band Update, Music with tags , , , , , , on February 16, 2013 by bleedinggold

BG041: Alligator Indian – Winter We Won

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22 remixes of the original 11 tracks from BG021 Spring I’m In, the debut full-length LP from Alligator Indian. Featuring remixes by Vyxor, Some Ember, Moon Jelly, SubZero Venom, TOP GIRLS and many more! Available as a free (or pay what you like) download from BandCamp.

BG043: Just Handshakes – London Bound

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The first single from our latest UK-based band, Just Handshakes! Single and remix available for free download on Monday, 18 February.

BG036 | Black Soul

Posted in Band Update, Music with tags , , , , , , , , on January 7, 2013 by bleedinggold

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The first release of 2013! This 5 track, 45rpm 7″ clear w/black-splatter vinyl EP includes a 7 track digital download. Get more info here. Purchase 7″ here.

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BG033 | BG037 | BG039

Posted in Band Update, Music with tags , , , , , , , , , , on December 16, 2012 by bleedinggold

smilelove /Beachniks // Split 7″

7 Jacket (Glue Pocket - No Spine) [OB-GD17-001]

Order 7″ here.

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tim chaplin // broken so bad

12 Jacket (3mm Spine) Tim_Chapman

Order 12″ here.

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Songs For Walter // Moon/Two Out Of Ten  FREE DOWNLOAD

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BG030 | BG035

Posted in Band Update, Music with tags , , , , , , , , , on November 4, 2012 by bleedinggold

SONGS FOR WALTER

‘Tougher Than a Soldier’s Boots’ b/w ‘Where Are You Going?’

Having spent the last 7 months furiously bringing his self-titled debut EP to life with numerous live performances around the country and relishing a work ethic just as strong, Songs For Walter alter-ego Laurie Hulme has been bashing out new songs as though they’re going out of fashion. And here it is, the pick of the latest bunch; a 2 and half minute trip of lo-fi strummery that comes perfectly timed with its autumnal meanderings.

Sutja Gutiérrez

Sutja Gutiérrez and Bleeding Gold Records present “Death Is My Lover, Life Is Your Wife / Weekend Boy”  7inch vinyl edition. “Death Is My Lover, Life Is Your Wife” was written by Sutja Gutiérrez during a short period where Sutja had some cancer tests at the hospital. Don’t worry, he is at no risk! “Weekend Boy” was written by Sutja Gutiérrez during his last disappointment with nightlife. Please, Smile.

Order 7″ here.

BG025 | Mmdelai EP

Posted in Band Update, Music with tags , , , , , , , , on June 27, 2012 by bleedinggold

This new Mmdelai EP might remind you of Portishead, Quantic or U.N.K.L.E. – not the usual suspects of Bleeding Gold inspirations. This one’s got a spacier/dancier feel. You might recognize the vocals – a one Annemarie Duff of BGR newcomers Miniatures. Annemarie has recently made a move from her native New Zealand and hopped shores to Melbourne, Australia, seeking new inspiration from a new city. A new band will be formed and plans for a new EP are in the works. For now you can enjoy a free download of the EP or grab a copy on 1989’s favorite format – the cassette tape. Buy cassette here.

Tim Chaplin mix

Posted in Music with tags , , on June 7, 2012 by bleedinggold

An exclusive new mix by TIM CHAPLIN – unreleased jams from Tim & Factory Kids, along with some of the songs that inspired the creation of the songs on Daisy Chain Fridays. Free download from SoundCloud. Get at it!

BG023 | MINIATURES EP

Posted in Band Update, Music with tags , , , , , , on May 30, 2012 by bleedinggold

BandCamp   |   iTunes   |   Amazon

This week we welcome the addition of New Zealand’s MINIATURES to the Bleeding Gold Records roster. We are offering a free download of their first EP, titled aptly enough, Miniatures EP. Later this year we will have some new music from MINIATURES on vinyl, but for now get to know the band that has been compared to Cocteau Twins, Slowdive and Ride.

Dark Fruit

Posted in Band Update, Music with tags , , , , , on April 17, 2012 by bleedinggold

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In a vanguard effort to introduce their debut LP, Alligator Indian chose the tune “Dark Fruit” to single-handedly represent the album. Balancing lyrics that deal with hope, loss, death, Florida wildfires, and of course vampires, “Dark Fruit” twists through haunting ivory interplay between Mister Church’s and Miss Bubble’s keys before erupting in tribal triumph and percussive payoff. To further articulate the audio, analogue auteur The Cyclist and pop patron Heart Island reimaginatively mixed, or “remixed,” the song. The sparse drone of The Cyclist’s version cuddles alongside Heart Island’s saccharine dance, creating a trio of immersive and entertaining tracks built around one unit of song.

BG013 | FORMER BABIES

Posted in Band Update, Music with tags , , , , , on December 29, 2011 by bleedinggold

Free download. Happy New Year!

Former Babies, Moll Ball (AKA Mollie “boom tap” Reep) and Shawna England aren’t musicians. They aren’t trained on their instruments, they’ve listened to way too much punk rock, drank too many beers and have meltdowns on the weekly. These character flaws are what inspires their music. If it weren’t for pesky brothers and shithead boyfriends the world would have a lot less music in it. They write cliché songs that describe what life is like whether you’re a 14 year old girl or a 65 year old man.
Shawna whams the guitar and belts out screeching melodies, while Mollie hits the drums with sticks at a level just below barely audible. Regardless of all the adversity and strife that they have had to overcome, Moll Ball and Shawna continue to rock on. They will probably do so until the day that they die. Oh yeah, they’re supposed to say something in this “bio” about how they are from the Bay Area.

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