My bedroom label, Peripheral Conserve will be releasing five records this year. First in the queue is a surge of robust electronic angst called, Kunst ist Tot by Xylitol, the nom de guerre of Mr. Jim Backhouse, also known for his disc jockeying at London’s Resonance FM and Kosmische.
This will come out as a 45 rpm 7” single in an edition of 300 copies. The track is flanked by three instrumental pieces, Lull, Glass and Dom.
The front and back pin-ups are by Babs Santini. Distribution will be by Essential Music. The record is currently being pressed, so it should be out in early August. Hopefully it will come with a download code too.
The next four records will be by:
Roj – 7” single
én – CD album
remixes of én by James Cargill, Sculpture, Jonathan Coleclough, Colin Potter and Andrew Liles – 12” mini-album
Jean-Hervé Péron and Zsolt Sőrés – double 12” album
(all in editions of 300 or 500)
The Roj single and én album are also at the factory. A couple of posts about them to appear soon. The én remixes and Péron/Sőrés records are completed, but the artwork is not ready.