The latest issue is upon us you lucky people and this time around I've put together a Fruits de Mer special article with interviews with head honcho and all round fine fellow Keith Jones along with two of the labels finest, the brilliant Soft Heated Scientists and Greg Curvey from our beloved Luck Of Eden Hall...oh yes indeed.
Luck of Eden Hall is going to headline Crabstock USA, Fruits de Mer
Records festival of psychedelia on Friday April 11th in Hamden CT. The
show will also be sponsored by local radio station WPKN and we're
playing a great venue called Outer Space. There is no cash guarantee so
we're running this campaign to raise money to cover all our expenses
(i.e. Van, gas, lodging) and to help cover our share of the cost of
pressing 500 vinyl LPs of Victoria Moon. Our label in the Netherlands
will pay for half the cost this time and it's up to us to cover the
have a look at all of the groovy premiums we've put together for you
here, including CDs, vinyl LPs, digital downloads and unique one of a
Once again any help you can give to support this dream is greatly appreciated.
Curvey, Lofgren, Mendoza, Licka
have a single coming out on Fruits de Mer Records, another article due
out in Bucketfull of Brains magazine (UK), our Greatest Hits Vol. 1
album is sponsored by the Active Listener label in New Zealand and I've
finished the soundtrack for the first episode of the Moochie Kalala
Detectives Club TV show, starring Tim Kazurinsky (Saturday Night Live).
Updates from Mark Mikel
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