RECORD STORE DAY EXCLUSIVE
500 COPIES ONLY
Celebrating their 100th release this March, the
Too Pure Singles Club are marking the occasion
this Record Store Day with the v. limited
compilation, Pay No Attention.
Born from the Too Pure label, notorious for releasing
works from the likes of Electrelane, PJ Harvey, Laika,
mclusky, Mouse On Mars, Scout Niblett, Seefeel, Stereolab,
Th’ Faith Healers and more, the spirit lives on in the form
of the Too Pure Singles Club.
A monthly subscription, the Too Pure Singles Club release
a brand new 7” every month, limiting them to just 500
copies and lovingly hand numbering each one. Furthermore,
artists are given free reign to design their sleeve and the
colour of 7” as they please, helping to make every month’s
delivery to subscribers wildly different to the last.
Dedicated to working with the best of the underground,
among the Club’s first century were early releases from the
likes of The Crookes, Dead Skeletons, DZ Deathrays,
Esben & The Witch, Hookworms, Jeff The Brotherhood,
LoneLady, Menace Beach, and Pulled Apart By Horses.
Having now reached the 100th 7” mark,
Too Pure have compiled Pay No Attention to celebrate.
Pressed on shocking pink vinyl and being released on
Record Store Day 2016, the limited edition LP features
14 choice cuts culled from the labels first century
- many of which are subscriber favourites.
A1. I Punched A Lion In The Throat- Pulled Apart by Horses
A2. U Got The Look - Jeff The Brotherhood
A3. We Built Our Own Oppressors - Die! Die! Die!
A4. Rad Solar - DZ Deathrays
A5. Savage Dancer - Black Moth
A6. Destroy - Tigercub
A7. Om Mani Peme Hung - Dead Skeletons
B1. Radio Tokyo - Hookworms
B2. Moonstruck - The Lucid Dream
B3. Allergies - The Lovely Eggs
B4. Grow Up - Best Friends
B5. Tastes Like Medicine - Menace Beach
B6. I Just Want To Sleep - Seize the Chair
B7. A Collier's Wife - The Crookes