Posts Tagged ‘Sublime Frequencies’

ToDo ToDay: Sublime Frequencies, Egg Creams, and “Consensual Sext”

For a record label, Sublime Frequencies’ crate-digging is extreme in its far-reaching trippiness. Since 2003, label cofounders Hisham Mayet and Alan Bishop have collected rare records and made field recordings around the world, then released them in limited editions. But the label doesn’t just offer music. Sublime Frequencies’ folk cinema has captured song and dance [...]

Sublime Frequencies Hosts Film Screening Tonight in Baltimore

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Is there a better, cooler label than Sublime Frequencies? Come and find out as the label screens to films from its documentary work in Ethiopia and Western Niger. The filmmakers will be on hand tonight for the screening in Baltimore. Full details after the jump.

I Want The New Group Doueh LP

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Sublime Frequencies strikes again. This record should be huge in your world. Red Onion should get this in tomorrow.

Links Not Leaks

Dan Deacon needs some interns says Pitchfork. He's paying real cash money–$15 per hour to transcribe his latest compositions.
Dischord says remastered copies of Fugazi's "7 Songs" EP are now available.
Gypsy Eyes need to update its news page. We know the label is hosting an inaugural-themed event at Comet. Just can't find the details.
I'm really digging [...]