Midnight 15th June 2015 – Revere Reach is officially OUT NOW
We couldn’t be happier than to confirm that Revere Reach is out now.
You can buy CDs and vinyl LPs direct from us. For UK orders a CD is £12.00 including P&P; vinyl is £18.50 also including P&P and with the addition of a free CD promo while stocks last. Payments by paypal to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For international orders or multiple UK orders please email email@example.com with your postal address. We will be back to you with an order total within 24 hours.
For downloads please go to the official William D Drake bandcamp page.
We thank you, as always, for your support and trust that you will enjoy, and in time treasure, this sumptuous album.
Barringtone – Feverhead/Foxes & Brimstone 7” (HUM12)
Released 2nd March 2015 on limited edition of 250 7” vinyl & download. You can pre-order now direct from us for £4.50 inc. postage in the UK. Paypal firstname.lastname@example.org or email email@example.com for international shipping or any questions. Free promo CD with all orders while stocks last.
There is a launch gig at The Shacklewell Arms, London on 4thMarch – free entry to all.
HUM12 is a double A-side from Barringtone available on 7” vinyl (250 only) or download.
Barringtone are: Barry Dobbin, formerly of Clor, (Guitar and Vox), Connan Cooledge (Bass) and Boomer Opperman (Drums) – they create an avant-pop/rock deconstructionist sound that weaves along an intrepid path. A heady mix of power pop, anthemic rock riffs, guitar/synth wig-outs and off-kilter vox are enthusiastically pulled apart and reformed with unapologetic vigour.
“Feverhead/Foxes & Brimstone” showcases the benefits of their eclectic approach, balancing the complexities of out-there prog with the direct motorik drive and brevity of pure melodic pop.
A Feverhead 3:02
AA Foxes & Brimstone 4:51
Go to the release page for soundclips and more info including ordering
The Sunday Times has the Azusa Plane collection I compiled for RocketGirl in their leftfield list of the year. Fitting tribute for Jason DiEmilio.
A perfect pair of prestige Onomatopoeia shows in December
William D Drake – 13th December, The Schott Music Shop, London
A very cosy and festive performance will take place in a unique venue. Bill and the band will perform an acoustic set with hurdy-gurdy, clarinet, piano, vox, guitar and other sonorities in the mix. Further details can be found at www.schott-music.co.uk
. The venue is small so be very quick to book tickets. Festive fair will be provided.
cassettes, Magic Brother, Chrissy Fuel & The Flames – Friday, 28th December, Screamlounge, Croydon
2013 Onomatopoeia recording artistes whose West Country 10” will be our first release next year – cassettes
and Magic Brother
team up for a double headlining show. They will be supported by Chrissy Fuel & The Flames. As an act of sensational seasonal generosity we are delighted to make this show FREE to attend for all. It will be a woozy, uplifting and above all celebratory occasion.
Hope to see many of you there… And some more generosity…
William D Drake – Lawrence free download
As announced live on air during the band’s triumphant session on BBC6 a free download of new tune Lawrence is available from Bill’s website here – www.williamddrake.bandcamp.com/track/lawrence
. Simply join his mailing list to receive the track in the audio format of your choice. The players are: Nicola Baigent – baritone and tenor saxophones; Mark Cawthra – drums; William D. Drake
– piano, vocals; James Larcombe – television organ, vocals; Richard Larcombe – guitars, vocals; Dug Parker – vocals; Gaz Williams – bass guitar.
Well done clever eyes. You have found the glowing electric home of Onomatopoeia Records. It’s a record label born out of love and enthusiasm and nothing to do with profit-making. The label was started to facilitate, support, enable and distribute. We give brilliant musical minds the space to work in total freedom. We are lucky to meet and work with wonderful and talented people and to make their creations available in the big world. Any and all label profits go towards funding future releases.
We will only ever put out music, and who knows what other creations, that inspire, move, terrify, astound, or elevate us. Tunes and words that hit you deeper than your ears and brain and make some other connection. Things that take you somewhere else.
None of us are paid and will only bring things to you that we believe in utterly. We will only promote that which we love. That is not to say that Onomatopoeia is a charity. We want our artists to sell loads, play bigger shows, and enjoy the fruits of their talents. We want to be successful to show that there are some of us out here for whom the product is more important than the cash.
If you do not know what onomatopoeia means then you should first check your dictionary and then listen to Onomatopoeia by Butterfly Child.
To get in touch email firstname.lastname@example.org