Our New Releases

Halfway – Erebus & Terror 7″

P1-57SP / October 2014

Halfway are releasing the second 7″ from a series of four 7″releases from the full length album ANY OLD LOVE, all with exclusive B Sides. Numbers are limited so don’t dally once we give the word folk, these gatefold 7″ers will go fast!

Price: $15.00

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Giants of Science – What’s Wrong With You and Why

P1-58EP / October 2014

Pure of heart and short of coin but with skills as mad as ever, Brisbane’s vaguely- remembered (by some) sons Giants Of Science have returned and released a new EP, entitled ‘WHAT’S WRONG WITH YOU AND WHY’, the bands first release of new tracks since 2005.

Price: $12.00

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The Painted Ladies T Shirt

Limited edition run of this cool-as * garment. Get it now or regret it later.

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Price: $25.00

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The Painted Ladies play selections from The Loner CD

June 6th 2014 / P1-52

The next generation of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists take the first Australian black protest album – and make it their own. Aboriginal music pioneer Vic Simms recorded The Loner in 1973 while serving time in Bathurst Gaol. This album of country soul, regarded by many as a lost classic, has inspired countless artists. Vic Simms joins emerging singer-song writer Luke Peacock, passionate performers The Medics and a range of guest artists for a special musical collaboration.

Price: $20.00

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The Painted Ladies play selections from The Loner 12″ Vinyl

June 6th 2014 / P1-52LP
Includes bonus 7" single

 

Price: $30.00

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Halfway – Dulcify 7″

P1-54SP // June 2014
Numbered gatefold 7" with bonus CD and digital download.

The song takes its name from the champion racehorse which was euthanized after being injured in the 1979 Melbourne Cup. It is a song that touches on life’s highs, lows and in-betweens.

Price: $15.00

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The Gin Club – Self Titled re-issue – double vinyl

 P1-53 // December 2013
10th Anniversary Double Vinyl edition

“My favorite album of 2004.” Ian Haug, Powderfinger, Rolling Stone Magazine. The Gin Club’s eponymous debut album was recorded in just one day at Airlock Studios in Brisbane after band member Scotty Regan won some recording time in a charity auction. It features the now classic tracks Wylde Bitch, You Don’t See, Dear Rose and Cinderella. The Gin Club self titled is re-released on vinyl by Plus One Records this December here. There are only limited quantities available so get in quick.

Price: $30.00

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Halfway – Any old Love: 12″ Vinyl

Plus One Records P1-50LP

Vinyl edition of the album, complete with full digital download card

Price: $30.00

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Halfway – Any old Love: Gatefold CD

Released 07 February 2014 | Plus One Records P1-50

The boys' fouth album, and it's a masterpiece. "This world should grind you down. With its toughness. Its pain. Instead it lifts you up. Because it gives you songs from people who’ve learned how the main chance is entirely up to them. It depends on love. And decency. And being wide awake when the beauty comes. Listen for the beauty. There it is — one example among many — in the high-lonesome refrain that sweetens the chorus at the end of ‘Waking Hours’. Loveliness. Good and simple. Here’s a world tuned to redemption. Here’s the Halfway world".

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News

THE GIN CLUB ANNOUNCE DECEMBER TOUR DATES

October 22, 2014

Gin ClubCountry/psych/rock/folk/kitchen-sink collective The Gin Club are touring the East Coast of Australia this December in support of their new single “Dancing With The Ghost”, taken from their forthcoming fifth studio album Southern Lights.

Another epic tune from the pen of Adrian Stoyles, “Dancing With The Ghost” shows off all the elements the Club are renowned for – atmospheric pop/rock with flourishes of cello and keys and a real antipodean character.

2014 has been a memorable year for The Gin Club – they celebrated their ten year anniversary, played a sold out show alongside Mick Thomas and Jeff Lang at Hobart’s DARK MOFO festival as well as appearing at the Gumball festival in the Hunter Valley.

Quietly operating on their own terms in the fringes of the music industry, The Gin Club’s stature continues to grow with each passing year, with new generations of fans discovering their rich and varied recorded output, or experiencing their powerful, spine tingling live shows.

They remain, first and foremost, a group of great friends who love making music together, and will continue to do so for many years, happily oblivious to the cycle of boom and bust that characterises much of the contemporary music business.

It’s never too late to get on board. Don’t miss The Gin Club as they tour Australia this Nov/Dec.

PREMIER ARTISTS PRESENT:

  • Thursday 13 November Triffid Newstead QLD with Guests Giants Of Science and Stress Of Leisure
  • Friday 5th December – The Gasometer Hotel, Collingwood, Melbourne VIC with Skyscraper Stan & The Commission Flats and Jim Lawrie (solo)
  • Saturday 6th December – The Eastern, Ballarat VIC
  • Friday 12th December & Sat 13th December – The Homestead, Hobart TAS
  • Sunday 14th December – The Wheatsheaf, Thebarton, Adelaide SA
  • Friday 19th December – The Stag & Hunter, Newcastle NSW
  • Saturday 20th December – The Junkyard, Maitland NSW
  • Sunday 21st December – The Petersham Bowls Club, Petersham, Sydney NSW

CHECK VENUES AND OZTIX FOR PRESALES

Halfway & AIR Awards

October 8, 2014

Everybody loves a winner and we are chuffed to be working with Winners like Halfway who have just taken out the 2014 AIR Awards Best Country Album for their latest release ANY OLD LOVE.

Hats off to all the finalists, but Halfway managed to take the gong, well done to all and there’s plenty there to pat on the back.

So to celebrate, actually we had these shows booked for a while but you can come anyway and celebrate at the same time:

  • Sunday 26 October 2014 Out on the Weekend Festival Brisbane The Brightside, 27 Warner St Brisbane QLD 12:00pm – 8:00pm
  • Friday 7 November 2014 with special guest Robert Forster Enoggera Bowls Club 7PM start All Ages and Free
  • Saturday 8 November 2014 with special guest Nick Barker The Junk Bar, acoustic show SOLD OUT
  • Sat 15th November – Sandgate Town Hall, with The Stormchasers & Harley Young

Also to celebrate some shows and wins, Halfway are releasing the second 7″ from a series of four 7″releases from the full length album ANY OLD LOVE, all with exclusive B Sides.

erebusThe story of The Erebus and Terror is a corker:

Sir John Franklin was a British Royal Navy Officer and Arctic explorer who also served as the Governor of Tasmania from 1836 – 1843. In 1845 he led an expedition to try to chart and navigate the Northwest Passage in the Canadian Arctic.

The party consisted of 128 men and two ships, the HMS Erebus & HMS Terror. The expedition became icebound near King William Island and the entire crew perished. The Erebus and Terror have never been found, until only a few weeks ago when an Canadian expedition found what they believe to be the Terror, talk about timing!!

Numbers are limited so don’t dally once we give the word folk, these gatefold 7″ers will go fast

The Giants are back!

October 8, 2014

GOS_WWWYAW_Cover_WEBPure of heart and short of coin but with skills as mad as ever, Brisbane’s vaguely- remembered (by some) sons Giants Of Science have returned and released a new EP, entitled ‘WHAT’S WRONG WITH YOU AND WHY’, the bands first release of new tracks since 2005.

This sunny and cheerfully titles offering was expertly recorded by the excellent Darek Mudge at his studio in Albion QLD. the release includes four new songs, one of which has a profanity (fucked) in the title, which is a bit fun.

Since their last full length release, the totally awesome LIVE AT THE TROUBADOUR, rated by Rolling Stone as one of ‘Australia’s greatest live album ever’, healthy drummer and all-round good guy Steve Lynagh has invented a new internet (he calls it “Steve’s Internet”), Tuitey has seen High On Fire once and missed them twice, Tanzie has moved closer than ever to deification, and everybody’s old mate Saltz has gotten glasses, they look good.

The band will keeping to tradition and doing sporadic and poorly organized shows around Australia and we’ll be taking tracks 4 Towers Of Toowong to radio, so request away people, don’t hide your love to Giants Of Science. Apparently guitar is the new black so with the reputation that Giants Of Science are way better than anybody else’s band, best watch out because they’re back.

  • NOV 8 Triffid Newstead QLD with guests The Gin Club + special guests
  • NOV 28 maybe something in Sydney
  • NOV 29 somewhere in the ‘Gong’

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