By: Spacelab Research Staff
It's better than NetFlix. Brooklyn peeps and label The Social Registry has announced The Social Club, a monthly issuing of 7-inch vinyl singles of Social Registry artists getting creative and exorcising creative bents outside the scope of their usual Social Registry bands. They'll offer the music on a monthly basis, but only for six months.
So far they've got an in from Jena Malone and Her Bloodstains, Brian Degraw (of Gang Gang Dance), Total Life (Kevin Doria of Growing), Sian Alice Group, Douglas Armour, IUD (featuring Lizzie Bougatsos of Gang Gang Dance), Kid Kishore, Octus (Mick Barr of Orthrelm) and Messages (featuring Tres Warren of Psychic Ills). That's a lot of peeps.
Each pressing is limited to 750 hand-numbered copies, so you might want to consider framing it and hanging it on the wall after listeining to it.