This is pretty much the size of 2015 then. We spent all of our time listening to new music and with next to no agenda whatsoever, we've picked one hundred albums that we dig and that we think you are all gonna enjoy. Chosen from a long list of over 600, this list is our most diverse yet; Contemporary Classical, Experimental, Metal, Country, Roots, Americana, Jazz, Hip Hop, Psychedelia, Electronic and all stops in between.
Hope you enjoy reading this special issue of Deluxe and perhaps finding an album that passed under your radar… maybe revisiting one that might need a second chance.
Two years on from the sad and untimely passing of Ewan Robertson aka Offshore, his label Big Dada announce the...
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The tracks for the new record were all more or less completed before his death in 2012. In its openness, beauty, humour and joyfulness, ‘Offshore’ both hints at what Ewan could have gone on to achieve and celebrates what a unique and lovely human being and musician he was.
There are four unique sleeves being printed for the vinyl edition. The LP is pressed on blue and white marbled vinyl with a printed PVC sleeve. CD and vinyl formats include a CD booklet.
All proceeds are being donated to The Marfan Trust.
Offshore was one half of influential design house Oscar & Ewan, with Offshore behind the cover designs of Wiley’s ‘Playtime Is Over’, Roots Manuva’s ‘Slime & Reason’ and Bonobo’s ‘Black Sands’.