AnalogueTrash label launches free (or pay-what-you-want) ‘AnalogueTrash Records: Label Sampler Vol. 2’ download compilation
Released officially on Christmas Eve 2015 and featuring tracks from the label’s diverse roster of local and international artists; the free or pay-what-you-want compilation “AnalogueTrash Records: Label Sampler Vol. 2” includes new material and exclusive remixes from Machinista (Sweden), Neonsol (Denmark), Advance (UK), IIOIOIOII (USA), Vain Machine (USA), Atomzero (Canada), Vieon (UK), FoxxyNewport (USA), Factory Acts (UK) and many more.
2015 has been a great year for AnalogueTrash with label debuts from ded.pixel, Machinista, Vain Machine and IIOIOIOII as well as releases from Atomzero, Syd.31 and Advance, the launch of their new mail order website and a successful one day festival in June which saw Manchester live debuts from Machinista, Neonsol and Dreams Divide. 2016 will see new releases from Vieon, Advance, Dreams Divide, FoxxyNewport and many more (including the label’s first releases on vinyl!).
If you like what you hear, then check out the artists’ other releases via analoguetrash.com, trashdigital.co.uk and all good digital stores and streaming services. The sampler itself can be downloaded for free or on a pay-what-you-want basis via the official AnalogueTrash Bandcamp page. You can listen to the sampler below.
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