Month: November 2019

Zelle Records on Spotify etc

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MarineVille: Penguins Ate My Chips (ZR009, 7 March 2017)

Yes, it’s true. The ban has been lifted. I may not like it, but Spotify and all those other streaming services whose names keep illuding me are still around after all those years that I have been trying to ignore them out of existence. The first test balloon that I have launched is the MarineVille album Penguins Ate My Chips (ZR009, 2017). It has been uploaded to RouteNote and is currently being reviewed by RouteNoters. Once that process is finished, you should be able to listen to the album through Spotify and everybody else.

From Dunners to Wieden, from the Water of Leith to the Wien River

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Last week, I took a few of my records to Sissysound Record Store, a brand new vinyl shop in 1040 Wien (Wieden, on the south bank of the Wien River) run by a very nice, decent and charming music enthusiast named Holger. The Zelle Empire keeps spreading. But he has also lots of other swell things. Go and check out his shop.

“Cut” sold out!

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Yesterday, we sold our very last copy of Bill Direen‘s Cut album to Galea Records, Vienna, Austria. If you have difficulty tracking down a copy, please let us know. We have a rough idea of where the remaining unsold ones are …

Bill Direen/Bilders: Cut. ZR011, released in 2018. Cover artwork by Ronnie van Hout.