Wednesday, 24 August 2011

The Broken Vinyl Club - sign to Acid Jazz Records

One of the stand-out tunes on the Acid Jazz compilation Hipsters 2 was from a young Welsh band called The Broken Vinyl Club

The track in question I Want You Girl was released by See Monkey Do Records, a label that specialises in the best of homegrown Welsh rock groups. 

The release of the Hipsters comp coincided with the band playing a coveted live set at the launch party of Liam Gallagher's Pretty Green label, Acid Jazz  A&R in attendance, plus the bands mutual departure from See Monkey Do. As a result, impressed by both music and live performance Acid Jazz Records offered them a deal. 

The first single on AJ, taken from the BVC debut album due for release in October, is the catchy, twangy guitar drenched One Way Street, see video below. A band partial to tight vocal harmonies, an obvious sixties influence is instantly apparent. The Byrds meet The Flaming Groovies with a hint of The Coral thrown in for good measure.

The B-side Day Too Long is every bit as strong as the title track, possibly even stronger. 
A recently penned, mini-indie-masterpiece, that wasn't finished in time to make the album, making this vinyl and download only single essential for fans who usually just wait for the album.

Released Monday 29th August.
Get the record, catch them live, buy the T-Shirt. 

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