Going down this Saturday night, The Cactus Channel, Saskwatch and Sleeping Bag plus DJ Manchild. The Cactus Channel just played with Charles Bradley in Melbourne and Sydney, where they impressed both Charles and punters. Emanuel Ciccolini is available NOW on 7″ and digital.
The Bombay Royale have just returned from playing WOMADelaide and WOMAD NZ (and Strathbogie!) and on the eve of releasing their debut album are giving away a live recording from the Adelaide show. Take a listen and if you like what you hear join our mailing list to download the whole lot.
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HopeStreet Recordings is proud to present DJ Manchild’s Bollywood Gold.
In 2002 and 2003, Melbourne’s DJ Manchild, record collector, funk aficionado and all round fun guy spent over a year travelling though India searching for the lost gold of 60’s 70’s and 80’s Bollywood records. He returned with four crates of vinyl gleaned from the streets, market stalls and stores of Kolkata, Mumbai and Dehli and many smaller cities in between. Here he presents his favourite twelve records from that journey and the wild and exotic sounds inscribed on them.
DJ Manchild’s Bollywood Gold is released in conjunction with Dj Manchild’s Nonstop Disco Dandia mixtape, 53 minutes of dancefloor destroying Hindi funk and disco from the Golden Years of Bollywood. All original vinyl, all hand dug in India by the man himself. Do yourself a favour and check it out.
Download DJ Manchild’s Nonstop Disco Dandia mixtape from www.ParisDJs.com for FREE!
Some free goodness for you Friday afternoon! The title track from The Bombay Royale‘s upcoming album is available for streaming and FREE download. Click play to hear it, and join the mailing list to be sent the download link.
“You Me Bullets Love” in Australian/NZ stores April 6th (CD/digital) and elsewhere in May. Plus in May, we’ll have the 12″ vinyl edition, just in time for the launch at The Hifi Bar on May 19th!
The Skipper (aka Andy Williamson) talks about his band The Bombay Royale and their show at The Spiegeltent – “it would have been nice to play in a real building, but if you’ve got to play in a tent I suppose this is as good as any”!
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