We got in a few bits from UK label Finders Keepers
last week.Â Below is a little about the label and some detail on some of the releases we have in store at Conch.Â Please contact us at email@example.com
if there are any particular releases you are after.
From Finders Keepers Website:
, a brand-new British record label, 40 years in the making, introducing fans of psychedelic / jazz / folk / funk / avant-garde and whacked-out movie musak to a lost world of undiscovered vinyl artifacts from the annals of alternative pop history.
Catering to record collectors and DJ-producers alike with a huge emphasis on sample friendly soundscapes, rocksteady back-beats and primitive electronic experimental ism. Discerning purveyors of the bizarre and abnormal should expect the Japanese choreography records, space-age Turkish protest songs, Czechoslovakian vampire soundtracks, Welsh rare-beats, bubblegum folk, drugsploitation operatics, banned British crime thrillers and celebrity Gallic Martini adverts... presented on CD, 7" and traditional black plastic discs in authentic packaging."
Various - B Music Weekend Breaks Vol. 2
The second offering to our new 12" series, 'Weekend Breaks' featuring exclusive drum-heavy-dancefloor-fillers from the B-Music family and friends. Volume Two includes a hard-as-nails hip-hop-ready drum track selected by Dom Thomas and a psuedo-belly-dance anthem chosen by Chris Geddes.
Various - Well Hung - Funk Rock Eruptions From Beneath Communist Hungary Vol. 1
Finders Keepers break yet more ground with this, 22 stomping selections from the vaults of Eastern Europe's best kept secret, Hungaraton / Qualiton Records. This first ever compendium piles heavy psych, jazz, glam and funk onto a heaped spoonful dripping with the cream of the 60s/70s Hungarian rock scene - Omega, Metro, Locomotiv GT, Skorpio as well as Finders Keepers' very own jet-set fit-bit Sarolta Zalatnay.
Ersen - Ersen
16 schizoid slices of Arabesque Funk Rock from the silver-tongued chameleon of the electric Anatolia Pop Movement. Featuring Les Mogul, Zafer Dilek. Kardaslar and members of The Baris Manco Band.
Various - Midnight Massiera - The B Music Of Jean-Pierre Massiera
18 sacred psychedelic suppositories from the laboratory of Mad Scientist and scalpel happy Pop-mutilator Jean-Pierre Massiera. Including the rarest and most sought after fuzz-Funk, spooked-Surf and interplanetary-Prog from "The French Joe Meek" and all his schizoid split-personalities and freakish friends.
Various - The Sound Of Wonder
The first wave of plugged-in Pop at the Pakistani picture house. Rare Electronic Pop from the Lollywood vaults (1973-1980). 15 untraveled currants of Space-Age Cinematic Surf and Urdu Funk.
M.Ashraf / Nahid Akhtar - Uf Yeh Beevian
The second half of a stomping double release on our "Sounds Of Wonder!" series which features two incredible never before released Lollywood soundtracks. More indeginous compositions from the maverick M.Ashraf with vocals from the inimitable Nahid Akhtar. Limited edition 10" 500 only.