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UNLaBELLED CATALOGUE

UNLaBELLED is the Irregular Records subsidiary for up-and-coming artists.


UNLaBEL015: I DON'T WISH TO ALARM YOU - ROGER STEVENS (2013)

Released February 2013


UNLaBEL009: ALIBI OF INNOCENCE - JON HARVISON (2006)

We're really pleased to be facilitating the release of Jon's latest album. Jon is a very fine songsmith; his work is powerful, capable of great passion & also great sensitivity.

This collection of twelve new songs, enhanced by thoughtful contributions from Phil Hare, Tom McConville & Dave Moss, again testifies to the high quality of songwriters working in the "folk" genre today.

Buy "Alibi of Innocence" from Amazon.co.uk with free postage


UNLaBEL008: SHED SONGS - MIKE SCOTT (2006)

A lovely collection of perfectly crafted witty songs, ranging in tone from the hilarious to the poignant, from West Country troubadour Mike Scott. These songs, particularly "The Door", remind you why folk clubs are actually rather a good idea.

Buy "Shed Songs" from Amazon.co.uk with free postage


UNLaBEL007: WHAT THE BUTLER SAW - MONOGRAM (2005)

Embodies the sort of very English songwriting - witty, intelligent, ironic, with a fine eye for life's absurdities - that goes back through Jarvis Cocker and Ray Davies to music hall, with performances that reference elements of Nick Drake, The Velvet Undeground and Nick Cave thrown in for good measure, along with fine guitar arrangements, and all topped off with some exquisite cello. Already heading for cult status, Monogram are a welcome addition to the Irregular Records stable of English Chansonniers.

Buy "What the Butler Saw" from Amazon.co.uk with free postage


UNLaBEL006: IF THE MOON COULD TALK - TRACEY CURTIS (2005)

An utterly dazzling debut album on UNLaBELLED by ex-Shelley's Children member Tracey Curtis. "This album catapaults Tracey Curtis ... to leading agit-prop songwriter in 12 gloriously concise songs ... Anyone with a social conscience will love this album" (Taplas, March 2005). "We are, I hope, going to hear a lot more from Tracey Curtis" (Folk London, March 2005).


UNLaBEL005: LIFE AS USUAL - GEORGE PAPAVGERIS (2004)

Another great album from George, rapidly becoming a very respected songwriter on the folk circuit. Twelve fine new songs, celebrating life's little delights, and lamenting life's cruelties. Beer, love, child soldiers, oil rigs, Sangatte refugees - it's all here, life as usual.


UNLaBEL004: FRIDAY NIGHT IN BRENTFORD - ROBB JOHNSON (2004)

A live recording of Robb's songs about football, life AND West London, it's a fundraiser for Bees United, the Brentford Supporter's Trust engaged in safeguarding the future of Brentford Football Club.


UNLaBEL003: STRANGELOVE - BAR THE SHOUTING (2004)

Bar the Shouting hail from Yorkshire but have already made quite an impression further afield, as Steve found out when he chanced upon them at Brampton a while back. Their new mini album is a unique mix of rock, roots and folk influences. A heady brew of small-town world music and alt.folk-rock.


UNLaBEL002: THE LOVE YOU SHARED - STEVE HUGHES (2004)

Steve enjoys a strong reputation in Bristol and the South West for his live performance. After several years he has finally bowed to the pressure from an impatient audience and got around to producing his debut CD. Watch out all you pacifists at war with politicians, anarchists with rulebooks and dreamers of reality - you'll be up for this one! Folk On Tap said: "Steve explodes onto this CD with the sort of energy that makes you sit up & take notice...He is the sort of original performer who moves the folk process along."


UNLaBEL001: SILENT MAJORITY - GEORGE PAPAVGERIS (2003)

George's ability as a writer is reflected in the fact that some 9 or 10 of his songs are now covered by professional singers in the UK, US, Canada, Australia, NZ and the Netherlands - and by the way he has only been writing for two years! His third album, out on UNLaBELLED, is the kind of release that will never move from the top row of your CD collection and once it's on you won't want to switch it off.


Enquiries can be addressed to UNLaBELLED artistes by emailing: info@irregularrecords.co.uk.

 

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