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Fair Ohs – Salt Flats

Fair Ohs Salt Flats

Fair Ohs Salt Flats CD design

London based band Fair Ohs have released their newest single Salt Flats via the new record label X-Ray Recordings.

The single is now available on flexi-postcard which is basically a postcard that can be played on a record player. Odd, right? But it’s true. It’s also available to download on digital formats.

The flexi-postcard editions come with an exclusive B-Side track titled Gold Hill. Not only this but each flexi-postcard when bought directly comes with a personal message from the band.

You can order yours now from X-Ray Recordings.

You can also check out the track below to see if you’re tempted to order it:

Salt Flats – Fair Ohs by X-RAY RECORDINGS

Fair Ohs released their debut album last year titled Everything is Dancing which saw them draw influences from West African funk and 60s psychedelic rock. Salt Flats takes them back to their punk roots.

Salt Flats was released on 23 January on X-Ray Recordings.

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X-Ray Recordings releases The Coathangers’ Double A-Side

The Coathangers

The Coathangers' promo shot

X-Ray Recordings are releasing The Coathangers’ double a-side Hurricane/Johnny on flexidisc on Monday 24 October for the teeny-weeny price of £3.75 available here.

The group’s album, Larceny & Old Lace, was released back in June through Suicide Squeeze. It wowed X-Ray Recordings which has since decided to produce two of its favourite tracks from the record on flexidisc.

This is X-Ray Recordings second flexidisc release after the Trogons’ single, Contina, was so successful earlier this year.

Take a listen here.

X-Ray Recordings is a new London-based record label run by Kate Price and Scott Walker with a simple mission; to release the music they love.

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