Welcome to Flowers In The Dustbin - a Glasgow based multi media collective. Record label, fiction publisher, event instigator. Our artists have featured in press, radio, online and festivals across the globe, including Radio 1, Radio 2, BBC 6 Music, BBC Radio Scotland, In Demand Scotland, Vive Le Rock, The List, The Skinny, Artrocker, The Daily Record, The Sun, The Herald, Wickerman, Go North, Kelburn Garden Party, T-Break, Glastonbury, Sky TV.
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THE DEADLINE SHAKES – NEW SINGLE> Posted: Wednesday, April 29th, 2015 by Stephen
The Deadline Shakes return with a new single ‘Phonecalls in the Bath’ which you can listen to here:
The band describe the new single as “our three-part pipedream of pain-free love. It feels like a manifesto for the lucidly lovelorn, with cowbells.” Their debut album will be out later this year.
‘Phonecalls in the Bath’ is out Sunday 28th June, available from itunes and all major digital stores. Pre-order available now on bandcamp.
THE CREEPING IVIES join Flowers In The Dustbin> Posted: Monday, April 13th, 2015 by Stephen
We are thrilled to announce The Creeping Ivies have joined Flowers In The Dustbin. The band are recording a killer new ep this month which will be out late summer with an album to follow later this year. They already have a bunch of recordings which to our ears sound simply incendiary. Here’s one. Click here for more!
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ANDREW R. BURNS & THE TROPICANAS – DREAMSLOP ep> Posted: Monday, March 30th, 2015 by Stephen
This week we’re delighted to announce a new artist – ANDREW R. BURNS &
THE TROPICANAS. They played their debut gig last week. There is not a single review of them. So why should you listen to them?
Well, Andrew, Ru and Joe are also part of Livingston band / Flowers artist alansmithee who Scottish Fiction recently called “four lo-fi geniuses”. They’ve been championed by Song By Toad. The Daily Record described them as “Interpol or The Cure fronted by Edwyn Collins.”
This is something different. The band describe their music as “tropical dreamslop… lazy unpolished, reverb laden tunes.”
To our ears it’s alienated melodic genius.
The ‘Dreamslop’ ep is out Sunday 31st May, available from itunes and all major digital stores via Scottish label Flowers In The Dustbin. Available for pre-order now, with an immediate download of feature track ‘Coming Back Down to Erf’.
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