Jan. 27, 2014
The man-of-the-moment on the Internet comes to you in the form of our favourite Australian analogue kid Inkswel, who’s EP for us “No More Suckas” sold out on Juno in a few days (don’t worry there will be restocks!). Because of this, we thought we’d give you a quick rundown on everything that’s happening in the world of Inkswel.
The Adelaide Festival is one of Australia’s premier art festivals, featuring a good mix of internationally acclaimed theatre productions, an eclectic array of world-class musicians, incredible dance pieces, renowned writers and breathtakingly beautiful art displays.
Why do you need to know?
Because on Thursday the 6th of March, our very own Inkswel is set to play here alongside Frank Booker and Edseven at Lola’s Pergola - a backyard picnic on the ultimate quarter acre block (part of the Adelaide Festival). Expect to hear a diverse range of music representing everything from the hi-tech soul sounds of Detroit, to the tribal rhythms of Nigerian jazz. This is not one to be missed! Also playing at festival is DJ Harvey, Total Eclipse, Slow Magic and DJ Dexter
For more info and to book tickets click here.
Merwyn & Inkswel EP Features On BBC Radio Six & Fact Magazine
In what will no doubt to be featured in Fact Magazine’s best vinyl releases for 2014 (alongside “No More Suckas” :P ), the Inkswel & Merwyn EP Cloudeaters has been included in this weeks Fact’s best vinyl releases.This EP has also been getting a lot of support elsewhere with DJs such as Erol Alkan dropping the track “Eternal Freedom” on his most recent BBC Radio 6 Show. For those who don’t know, Alken has been at the forefront of club music since 1997 having worked with likes of Boys Noise, Richard Norris, Daft Punk while also running the seminal label Phantasy Records.
You can catch the whole show here.
“No More Suckas” EP features on Data Transmission as "Single of the Week"
Inkswel’s brand new EP “No More Suckas” (out on your favourite cow-head label) received some serious cudos from the peeps over at Data Transmission.
We’d like to extend a big thank you for DT’s kind words to both Inkswel and Burek.
To book Inkswel please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org