London’s Rye Wax to sell limited dubplates from Jessy Lanza, Bok Bok and M.E.S.H.
Part of 2017’s alternative Record Store Day celebrations.
Record Store Day may have become a by-word for everything commercial, but this year an alternative event hosted by south London’s Rye Wax looks set to inject some fun and DIY spirit back into the vinyl lovers’ celebration.
The Run Out 2017 – A Celebration Of DIY Culture is taking place on Saturday April 22, the same day as RSD, and will feature a number of exclusive dubplate releases, which have been cut at a local lathe.
Hyperdub, PAN, Night Slugs, Where To Now? and Príncipe Discos are among the independent record labels participating in the series, which will feature new tracks pressed individually with a maximum of only 10 cuts per record. See the full list below.
The Run Out will take the form of “an all-day street party”, which will also feature a record fair, documentary screenings, panel talks and label workshops along with live bands and DJs. It will later turn into a club night with both Hyperdub and Night Slugs DJs performing.
Hyperdub Jessy Lanza ‘Means I Love You’ (Ezrakh remix)
Rhythm Section LT ‘Darien Gap’/ B Mallard ‘Transparent’
West Friends Medlar & FYI Chris ‘Favourite Dance’
Night Slugs Bok Bok ‘On A Journey / Midnight Stop’
On The Corner Magnus PI feat. Penya ‘Search it Out’
Test Pressing Apiento feat. Claire Huss ‘Things You Do For Love’
FTD Georgia ‘EMINEMREMIX / Orchid Construct’
Banoffee Pies Mark Nicholas ‘Doug Oldham’
Where To Now? Jesse Osborne-Lanthier ‘909 Problems But The Pitch Ain’t One’
Phantasy U ‘Ascension Hymn’ (video version)
Principe Discos DJ Maboku ‘DO-PETROLIO’
BMU Simeon ‘Deep Space’
PAN M.E.S.H ‘Damaged Merc’ (Fraxinus remix)