Wednesday September 24th 2014

New releases

Sex, drugs, russian girls

New release online now:

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Nambavan – Sex, drugs and Russian girls [WM031]

Coming soon: Sid Peacock – You can’t buy everything forever.

Zloty Dawai video

WM-artists Zloty Dawai have released a very cool video called “Jazz Nazis must die!” You can get it from Archive.org here.

EMC Netlabel Top 10

WM Recordings made the Top 3 of EMC Radio’s Netlabel Top 10:

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CobSOn on Dutch radio

Dutch radio station De Concertzender will play a track by CobSOn in their show Popart on monday november 7th at 00:00h. You can view the track listing here.

1000 Covers 1000 Manifestos

Our latest release is a various artists compilation called 1000 Covers 1000 manifestos 2. Grab it here.

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New releases

Have you checked out our two most recent releases?

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Various Artists – Numerology [WM020]

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Terry Douglas – Instant forever [WM026]

New release: The Subhuman

Yet another release went online yesterday:

The Subhuman – Knowing is half the battle [WM024]

It was immediately mentioned by our friends at Starfrosch.ch:

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New Gorowski album

New release online now:

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Gorowski – Summer 2005 [WM023]
http://www.wmrecordings.com/releases/wm023.htm

Happy Elf on Radio Mortale

The track ‘Turning around‘ from Happy Elf’s ‘Alone‘ album was chosen as “Hit of the Week” on Dutch radio station Radio Mortale (Amsterdam).

Two new releases

Two new releases are available now:

CobSOn – Wasted? [WM019]
http://www.wmrecordings.com/releases/wm019.htm

René Vis – Captured in realica [WM021]
http://www.wmrecordings.com/releases/wm021.htm

Zloty Dawai on WFMU

Dan Bodah played a track from the Zloty Dawai album on his WFMU show ‘Airborn event‘ on july 31.

Roy “Chicky” Arad review

Splendid Magazine has posted a rather funny review of Roy “Chicky” Arad’s Sputnik in love:

Sputnik In Love’s title track is a two-chord ditty with cheesy, poorly recorded drum machine beats and arrhythmic acoustic guitar. The lyrics repeat the song title, almost to the point of causing physical pain. Arad eventually launches into a bridge whose infantile lyrics could well injure you mentally: “I don’t know if you love me / I don’t know if you care / I don’t know if you’re sick of me / I don’t know if you’re there.”

Read the full review here.

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