Friday, October 1, 2010

FERAL PIG WEBSTORE IS OPEN



finally, many weeks after announcing that it'd "soon" be open, the feral pig webstore is finally live and open for business. you can visit it here. wherever possible i've tried to include any relevant info on the items in the store, including original release dates, pull quotes from various sources, etc. while the total number of items available is fairly minimal at the moment, over the course of the coming months a lot of other items will be added including some art prints, new t-shirt designs, more vinyl, and various albums i have been in some way involved with (including stuff now out of print). thanks to all at BCD for helping facilitate this project as well as any of you that investigate further.

i'd also like to take his opportunity to draw your attention to some creative entities which don't often get the credit they deserve, those being a selection of record labels that are working hard to put great music (often accompanied with stunning visuals) into the hands, hearts and ears of many. while i'm leaving out a ton of deserving folks, a few of the labels whose productions i'm thoroughly enjoying include: utech records, touch recordings, type recordings, dekorder, taiga records, ektro records, norma evangelium diaboli .... if you happen to be unfamiliar with any/all of these, please take a gander at the various sites above. all the aforementioned have ben responsible for producing records i have found enjoyable and inspiring on numerous levels and i thank them for making the world of music more interesting....

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

one of my absolute favorite artists is on type records, helios. are you a fan?

jhulud said...

Awesome! The store looks great and you can expect some money being spent by me there. Definitely looking forward to any and all art prints. I have the "ANBPCPEPLTDP" one from the Catalyst show...it's one of my favorite art prints.

lygn said...

Thank you for all the great work you've done and keep doing, mr. Turner. Hope soon i'll be able to order several releases from this store and to stop that habitual "free downloading".

But now.. i wanted to write about "Hirror Enniffer" in Russian e-magazine or at least to try. And i need your permission 'cause i have this beautiful album without buying it..

Bryan W Bray said...

Some excellent record labels! I've been especially enjoying Runhild Gammelsæter's Amplicon on Utech. Touch and Type have such a high amount of stunning releases!