Hope you all had a good weekend :)
Been overwhelmed by all the love and support for qd09 observatories - thanks so much for everything from Ian, Craig and me - so appreciative of all your kind words and support.
A few CDs left so if you want don’t sleep :) Digital still half price until Friday x
Also had a wonderful response to the re-issue of qd03 Luke Sanger - would love you all to join us to celebrate this beautiful album at the Listening party tonight.
Luke’s an awesome person and always a good chat - super friendly and deeply knowledgeable about synths and pretty much everything music-related - hope you can make it!
RVSP here - 20:00 GMT+1
Deeply honoured to be an addition to the Travelogue label profiles from the fantastic Stationary Travels blog - read this all the time so huge thanks to them for the lovely words about qd and some of our artists.
We’ve had amazing support from the legendary Headphone Commute since day one of qd - with a full label profile, reviews and on the podcast - in this latest article looking back at some of their reviews from the past, arovane and Ian are profiled with mentions of both qd07 and qd09 - thanks HC x
Another long-time supporter, Kevin Press over on his excellent The Moderns blog, recommended qd09 in his Friday five and also included a track on the podcast.
The lovely Karen Vogt featured a track on Lost, Found, and Lost Again - here’s the link - gorgeous show this one.
Another great show from Richard Heinemann - featuring ‘frost laced fields’.
Very kind words from the super talented and true crate digger PJ Tarotplane.
And finally, huge thanks to Neil Mason for his on-going support - was such a pleasure to be featured in the latest Moonbuilding mag, he and Colin from Castles in Space (check out the label if you haven’t, all killer!) are building something very special with the mag - highly recommended!
That’s it for now - huge thanks again and hopefully see you later!