An amazing label who have discovered some of the best new music celebrates it’s hundredth release is giving away 5 digital downloads of their Rocket Girl presents: Various - 100 compilation album
Rocket Girl presents:
Various - 100
Label: Rocket Girl
Cat No: rgirl100
Barcode: DD 501626611002
Format: Digital Download
Release Date: 2nd December 2013
To celebrate the label’s one hundredth release, Rocket Girl is offering fans new and old a special, keenly-priced sixteen-track digital download compilation showcasing highlights – and previously unreleased tracks – from the current roster: Eat Lights Become Lights, Füxa, God is an Astronaut, Pieter Nooten, Jacques Caramac & the Sweet Generation, Jon DeRosa, Anthony Reynolds and White Ring.
Launched in 1997 with a Silver Apples/Windy & Carl split 7” single (rgirl1) and A Tribute to Spacemen 3 compilation (rgirl2), Rocket Girl quickly established itself as ‘a home for music from the margins’ (The Times) and the sixteen tracks of rgirl100 exemplify the eclecticism that has been present throughout the label’s sixteen-year existence. To have reached one hundred releases in a climate that has seen music sales transformed and record companies forced to evaluate how they operate, Rocket Girl deserves applause. And what better way to celebrate than with this early Christmas gift: a sonic testament to the vitality of the independent record label in the twenty-first century.
Eat Lights Become Lights - Bound For Magic Mountain
Jon DeRosa - True Men
Anthony Reynolds, Colin Wilson - The Colour and Light Around Me
Pieter Nooten - Ode
Fuxa - Dream (Don’t Give Up)
Eat Lights Become Lights - Electromagnetika
Jacques Caramac & the Sweet Generation - Snowballs
God is an Astronaut - Transmissions (live) - UNRELEASED LIVE VERSION
Jon DeRosa -Signs of Life
Anthony Reynolds - Why Honey – UNRELEASED EXCLUSIVE
Jacques Caramac & the Sweet Generation - On the Rocky Road – UNRELEASED EXCLUSIVE
Fuxa - Shout Out Loud
God is an Astronaut - Light Years From Home
White Ring - Roses
Pieter Nooten - Transit
Fuxa - Some Things Last a Long Time
ELBL will be supporting Peter Daltrey’s Kaleidoscope on 17th November at Islington Assembly Hall, London.
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Question: What word would you use to describe 100 years?
This competition closes on the 2nd December 2013, any entries sent in after this date won’t be considered.