Tuesday, 26 May 2009
South West Psyche-Gazers Thought Forms have been confirmed today to play the best festival in the UK - SUPERSONIC. Go to the website to check out more info - We're so excited that Invada will be represented at this festival as some of our favourite bands are playing.. The mighty CORRUPTED play their UK debut, alongside Greg Anderson and Stephen O Malleys THORR'S HAMMER project , THE ACCUSED whom are simply legendary plus my favourite Power Violence band IRON LUNG. So many good bands.
Invada will also be running a record merch stall - pop over and say hello and buy some stuff!!!!!
Thought Forms have just returned from playing in the states, and are currently on fire if you get to see them.
Saturday, 23 May 2009
At long last TEAM BRICK's debut album is finally here.
"ALOGON" is now available at the Invada shop for purchase.. The initial "limited" pressing includes a bonus DVD of TB supporting Julian Cope on tour a few years ago. If you haven't heard or seen this man play out or heard any of his music this is a good a place as any to check him out.
The man cant be compared to anybody or anything, but if you're a fan of the following artists... John Zorn, Merzbow, Mr Bungle, Secret Chiefs 3, Steve Reich, Dalek, Cardiacs etc etc you may wish to explore what he has to offer with this album.
Team Brick has recently been singing with Bristol Doom Grunger's "Gonga" as well as working with Geoff and Billy on the "Beak" project (forthcoming on Invada) ; Not to mention playing on the most recent Portishead "3rd" album.
Please contact email@example.com for any further info.
Monday, 18 May 2009
Thursday, 14 May 2009
Tuesday, 12 May 2009
The Crippled Black Phoenix limited edition BOX SET 2 x cd / 48 page booklet is vertually sold out everywhere.. We have a few copies left at the Invada webshop to sell..
If you dont want to miss out we suggest you purchase soon or you may be crying in a few days..
Sunday, 10 May 2009
For many years now the good people of Bristol may have seen a strange, yet interesting creature roaming the streets (mainly at night). Armed with a Walkman (NOT an iPod), a piping hot take-away coffee, cigarette hanging from mouth and a rucksack full of CD's on his back. NO - this is not the elusive Banksy. This wonderful yet peculiar form of human is know as TEAM BRICK.
Not content with working with various Bristol bands such as Portishead and Gonga.. TB has finally got a debut album of his own ready to release.... "Alogon" will be available at the end of the month from the Invada store.
Check out the "Jack-of-all-trades" here ----> http://www.myspace.com/teambrick
Following the complete SELL-OUT launch party in Bristol for the Thought Forms album. The band have flown to the States to attend the inspiring NO-FUN festival organized by Carlos Giffoni. This year Sonic Youth headline the event and i know for a FACT the band can hardly wait to see them... Whilst over in NYC the band are playing two shows :
14th May @ Death By Audio, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
19th May @ PA's Lounge, Somerville / Boston, Massachusets
If you are in the area please try and catch them.. They are awesome and without doubt one of the hottest bands right now..
Monday, 4 May 2009
The hottest young band from Bristol "Thought Forms" self titled debut album is available from our web-shop NOW. See what Piccadilly Records think about this CD
Combining elements of Sonic Youth, Slint and My Bloody Valentine with the likes of Mono and the Emeralds, new young band Thought Forms on the excellent Invada label have come up trumps this week and taken the Record Of The Week gong. Blending the quiet/noise aesthetic with modern experimentalism and melody this band could well have it all!!
"Daryll Piccadilly Records"
Sunday, 3 May 2009
Well here's a bank holiday treat:
Tonight's Freak Zone on Radio 6 features the session
from Julian Cope'sBlack Sheep recorded at Maida Vale.
Pictures in the gallery here:
From The Drudion (Julian Cope): "...
on the Sunday following the G20,
myself and eight other Black Sheep – Holy McGrail,
Acoustika, Antronhy Øh, Big Nige,Michael O’Sullivan,
Fat Paul, Common Era, David Wrench and Christophe F. –
amassed at the BBC’s Maida Vale studios to record our
first radio session. Three brand new pieces entitled
‘Not Happy’, ‘Bank of England’ and ‘Vachel Lindsay’
spewed forth. At times, the music was a wild switchback
ride and a cacophonous Cack Off, whilst at other moments,
it became a dozy slug inching its way across a
salty baking tray. Yowch!"