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IVW Live Vinyl Record 2019

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  • Second Live Release to celebrate Independent Venue Week 2020 

  • Limited edition of 250 individually numbered copies on black vinyl

  • Heavy-Weight 180g Single Album in a double gatefold sleeve

Release Date – Friday 24th January 2020

Independent Venue Week release their second live album with recordings taken from shows across IVW19, the launch event, and at the newly opened Peckham Audio in London.

Limited to 250 units on 180g vinyl and only available in shops in the UK, the release includes tracks from some of the most exciting artists who played this year. The single gate-fold record features 10 artists across five different venues and is part of the venture’s 6th edition.

Available to pre-order here and available from all good record stores on Friday 24th January.

J. Willgoose Esq from Public Service Broadcasting said on playing IVW:

We loved playing Independent Venue Week in 2019 – we’re still very used to playing small rooms, especially on the continent, but it’s been a while since we played venues like the Adelphi and the Trades Club here in the UK and it made for a great atmosphere.”

 “More importantly it was great to be put back in touch with the people who put in so much hard work at the grassroots level to enable a healthy music industry to function, giving bands the space and time to develop and grow in front of their audiences and providing a vital route from practice room to stage”.

In addition to the live band performances, the opening poem read by Boileroom owner Dom Frazer beautifully sums up the importance & spirit of independent venues culturally and personally across the UK. 

SIDE A

Dom Frazer – Poem (229 The Venue, London)
The Blinders – Brave New World (The Trades Club, Hebden Bridge)
IST IST – Preacher’s Warning  ( The Trades Club, Hebden Bridge)
John Paul – This Is England (100 Club, London)
Cancer Bats – Winterpeg (100 Club, London)

SIDE B

Public Service Broadcasting – Theme From PSB (The Trades Club, Hebden Bridge)
Pip Blom – I Think I’m Love (The Trades Club, Hebden Bridge)
Rozi Plain – Symmetrical (Green Door Store, Brighton)
This Is The Kit – Moonshine Freeze (Green Door Store, Brighton)
Talk Show – Banshee (Peckham Audio, London)

More information about 2108’s release can be found here

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