Our talented label mate CUTS has made a video for "For The Moving Stars", a track from our new split LP with Esben And The Witch. The video features Bristolian skating legend Spex and is about never giving up on what you enjoy doing in life...

To watch the video and read Invada Records main man Redg Weeks' interview with The Quietus about this collaboration, please click here!
The above mentioned split LP with Esben And The Witch was released on April 7th! 

You can listen to it in full and buy a digital version for £3.99 by clicking here

If you prefer to own the album on a beautiful physical format, the white vinyl version is available from all good record shops and the special edition silver vinyl (limited to 500 copies) is available directly from Invada Records or at gigs only.

You can get your hands on a one of those here.

We had some new t-shirts made with the design by Chris Rocket (Rocket Recordings), this time black shirts with metallic gold ink. We have 29 left (some small, medium and large) so if you fancy one of those, click here
Lava Thief is the name of Charlie's DIY label and the latest release is a collaboration between Bill Horist and Jakob Riis called "The Cessation Elegy"; it is a mixture of drone, raag-infused acoustic exploration, straight up noise, abstract folk, doom, electro-acoustic excursions and dolorous ambience. 

The CD is available in handmade screen-printed packaging, you can listen and buy here :

What the press have been saying : 

ROCK A ROLLA MAGAZINE - "These two artists are still definitely amidst the collaborative honeymoon phase, and The Cessation Elegy seems to document their journey as they enthusiastically bound, hand in hand, between their numerous points of creative intersection. Each idea is gutted rather than skimmed, rendering the mental visuals vivid enough to taste; echoes of concrete spaces are curdled into lava lamp gunk, feedback leaks in like light between ragged blinds, and power chords crumble with a Sunn O)))-esque doom malfunction. Most enjoyable."  

NORMAN RECORDS, 8/10 - "Horist's beautiful traditional acoustic shapes and more challenging electric experimentalism battling for dominance against Riis's sonic virus of scorched-earth dark ambience and robotised dread. It's a challenging and varied listen which certainly does hint at a soundtrack-esque narrative, it's bringing all sorts of crazy images into my mind. Don't listen to it last thing before you go to bed or you'll almost certainly have nightmares."  

FREQ -  "This is an extraordinary piece of work, a wordless communion in caustic colours and sterling guitar playing. Both participants are highly accomplished in their own right: together they form a formidable duo, where divisions between each become deliciously blurred and unfold beyond the sum of their parts. A synergy of open thresholds that make for plenty of replays. A brief encounter that certainly holds plenty of magic."
Thanks so much to everyone who has watched us play on our recent live dates - it was an absolute pleasure to tour with 65daysofstatic! 

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