Wednesday, 27 August 2008

Afghan Headspin - Bang Spanner SOLD OUT!

This week saw the debut release of Valium, a new label set up by Afghan Headspin showcasing forward thinking tearout breaks, sell out across the board at all leading independant record stores!

Massive shouts to people who have bought the vinyl already, and rest assured those that haven't managed to get a copy, Z Audio are shipping them out to stores on a daily basis. Currently @ no 1 on the Chemical Records Breaks Chart.

Valium002 (see post below for more details) also got an exclusive play on Jay Cunning's Kiss 100 show, make sure you log onto and re-listen to the show on the kiss player.

This week also see's the 2nd release on Standard Audio (Digital only), the massive "Big Green Fecker" by Slim Blue, and a remix by breaks man of the moment Mars & Eddy Noise, grab your copies now at all leading online retailers.

Lastly, a big shout goes out to Becky Boo & Legs! Just because because...

Thursday, 14 August 2008

Vent on Valium

Just a quick heads up, Valium 002 will feature the mighty Vent (Colony Productions / Hardcore Beats) with 2 original tracks - Go Gorilla & Turn The Page. If you've been lucky enough to catch us on our European gigs you would have heard these already, if not, it will be worth the wait! TRUST!

Again this Valium release will be available on Vinyl (we must be mad!) & Digital, we hope you continue to support us! We will post further details when we can, but we intend to carry on as we did on Valium 001 and keep the audio as fresh as possible, so when you buy it, you ain't sick to death of it already, and you have something to bang in your local clubs / bedrooms for a few weeks!

Afghan Headspin - Cocaine

Afghan Headspin's latest track Cocaine will be getting a release on a one sided ltd edition White Vinyl on Sept 1st 2008. Available to all shops via Z Audio. And don't forget to keep an eye out for Valium 001 (see post below for further details!) due to drop on 18th August.

Standard Audio will also get its 2nd release in August, featuring the massive "Big Green Fecker" by Slim Blue, and a sick remix - see for more details.