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Local Scum…

After a little break while Mark became a dad we’re back with a humongous slab from BiT. Limited edition of 50 scum green tapes….

Noise-Core-Gran-Rock two-piece BiT look about as ugly as they sound. Origins are unknown and probably best left that way. These two old dears have been spotted rattling around South East London’s seedier back alleys and basement bars, mumbling the kind of unintelligible nonsense and OAP-profanity that only comes with age. Gruesome.

Early Mammal Cassette In Our Hands

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Early Mammal’s My fire cassette is now in our hands and it’s looking rather fine. You can buy it from our bandcamp page, check it out: http://convoyrecords.bandcamp.com/album/my-fire

You can have a listen on line or if you also want to check out a new cool internet radio station then our friend Toby Mearing will be playing some of it on his show tonight (16/9/13) from 9pm: http://www.radioandra.se/

New Early Mammal Release Is Due Soon

So things have been a bit quiet over the summer but we’re back with our second release in Septemer, a cassette by south London’s finest bluesy/sludgy/psychy/stonery-noise-mongers. We’ll be holding a launch for the release on September 21st at the Hope & Anchor, 207 Upper Street, London, N1 1RL. Also playing on the night will be Blackhoods, Luminous Bodies and Cove.

Welcome to Convoy Records

Welcome to Convoy Records – London based label releasing what we think is awesome music. We’re not in it for the money, that’d just be stupid, we’re too long in the tooth for that sort of naivety…you could call us independent, but we don’t fully subscribe to the DIY ethos. If we hear a band making a nice racket we’ll ask ’em if they want to put something out.

Our first release is a cassette and download from Cove, four tracks of full-on  post-something-or-other

If you wanna buy it, head over to our bandcamp page: http://convoyrecords.bandcamp.com

If you want to contact us, do it here: convoyrecords@gmail.com

Welcome to Convoy Records – London based label releasing what we think is awesome music. We’re not in it for the money, that’d just be stupid, we’re too long in the tooth for that sort of naivety…you could call us independent, but we don’t fully subscribe to the DIY ethos. If we hear a band making a nice racket we’ll ask ‘em if they want to put something out.