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Robohands – Shapes

‘Shapes’, the third album from the London-based instrumentalist-composer-producer-extraordinaire, was initially planned to be recorded in full at Buffalo Studios with producer JP Pilon in Limehouse, London. While much of the record, including all of the drumming, was completed there, the COVID-19 pandemic forced Baxter to get creative and flex his talents as an engineer. Baxter, who has become obsessed with gear and the technical side of the creative process, just as much as with being a well-versed composer and musician, was able to finish the remainder of the record at his flat in London. Learn more >

CRAC – All For You

Record Store Day’s CRAC ‘All For You’ deluxe vinyl release is on silver vinyl with a printed inner-sleeve. Learn more >

Nim Sadot – Nim Quartet

KU releases a 2LP reissue edition on red and black vinyl of Nim Sadot’s ‘Nim Quartet’.
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Cavendish Music Library

KingUnderground to release a collection of 8, 45s from the Cavendish Music catalogue. Paying homage to the genre of Library Music, furthering its exposure to a new generation of listeners. 
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PRESS RELEASE: KU announces Dilated Peoples new 45

RELEASES: 13 Jan 2023. Dilated Peoples – The Platform 7-inch.

Robohands – Violet

Robohands unveils new single from the forthcoming album, “Violet” due this summer on vinyl, streaming & download. Learn more >

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KU announces new album release with The New Mastersounds – Plug & Play

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: The New Mastersounds – Plug & Play 2LP reissue with new cover art.

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PRESS RELEASE: KU announces new Flughand album

PRESS RELEASE: Flughand – 1000

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PRESS RELEASE: KU announces new Robohands album – Violet

RELEASES: Record Store Day, April 23, 2022. E. Lundquist – Multiple Images.

The New Mastersounds – Plug & Play

For over 20 years, guitarist and producer Eddie Roberts and drummer Simon Allen have been playing music together, and have been the nucleus for British, Jazz, Funk, Fusion, band, The New Mastersounds (NMS). Before forming NMS in 1999, the two played in their first group together, which was simply titled The Mastersounds. At the time, Roberts was looking to put a new lineup of players together. Allen’s unschooled sound and approach to drumming was exactly what he had set out to find in a backbone to a rhythm section. 
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