Silk of Stars - Cassette Store Day Super Limited Edition Release

Happy to announce that there will be a super-limited and final run of Silk of Stars tapes available for Cassette Store Day 2018. Only 10 copies available!

C32 blue-shell cassette with J-card and download of all 15 tracks - released by Ramber Records. Includes unlimited streaming of Silk of Stars via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

Ships out on or around October 13, 2018 (Cassette Store Day).

Head over to the Merch page and Buy Now!

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Sold Out! The ‘Silk of Stars’ tapes shipped to the USA, Australia and Europe. Proper made up! Thank you to everyone that bought the cassette.

Silk of Stars (Mimic This/Ramber Records, 2017) was met with strong reviews and various tracks were played on radio stations around the world (UK, USA, New Zealand, South America). Lead track, This Is What We Do with the Horses, featured on the compilation album, VA - The Sea (The Blog That Celebrates Itself Records, Brazil, 2017). Silk of Stars also featured in Shoegazer Alive's Best Albums of 2017 list.

"We've been a tad taken with the feedback noise pop swoon of the bliss traced C-86 styled fizzy psych of Just Everywhere's, ‘This Is What We Do with the Horses', which simultaneously manages to cut a dash in sounding like a pure distillation of classic era Jesus and Mary Chain freebasing on a Creation era Telescopes." The Sunday Experience

"A cinematic experience with psychedelically spatial insertions and moments of total explosion. Paul Baird, with Just Everywhere, has created an eloquently intense work that must be tasted without haste and with extreme attention, so that all the nuances and their details are absorbed." The Blog That Celebrates Itself

Most Listened Albums - July 2018

I grew a dodgy moustache and put together a list of my most listened albums of the month for you.

  1. Beach House - 7
  2. Big Star - Nothing Can Hurt Me
  3. Jane's Addiction - Ritual De Lo Habitual
  4. Thelonious Monk - Monk's Dream
  5. Björk - Vespertine
  6. Peggy Lee - Black Coffee
  7. The Moody Blues - Days of Future Passed
  8. Mercury Rev - Yerself Is Steam
  9. Tim Buckley - Live at the Troubadour (1969)
  10. Frank Zappa - Hot Rats