As part of my commitment to be as nice to you lot as possible, I’m now offering FREE SHIPPING on any orders over £30 (in the UK, otherwise it’s £40 for Europe and £50 for the rest of the world).
Add everything to your cart as usual, and select the Free Shipping option.
Thanks as ever for your support.
Firstly, there’s a small handful of MC iPod x Dronic tapes leftover, so grab yours today!
Secondly, I’ve added a couple of links to the top of the page. Gig Tickets for the occasional time I’ll run a gig (next up: The Kominas in Cambridge on 17th August) and Discogs, which links to my Discogs seller page. You’ll find Aaahh!!! releases (although it’s cheaper to buy them direct from here) as well as second hand bits and pieces I’m selling. Take a look, yo.
In case you were curious, here’s the tracklisting for “I’ve Wondered Sometimes, Whether I Could be a Rapper” by MC iPod x Dronic:
- Where Ya Been, iPod?
- Peek at Chu
- God is a Bartender
- The Summer of “I Win at Life”
- Hasta Luego
The tape contains exclusive skits and other stuff which isn’t on the download.
These will be available to buy at our launch gig A WEEK TODAY and any leftovers will go on the website the day after. In the meantime, check out DangerHut here!
So, the lack of new MC iPod material is something of a running joke around here so it was a genuine relief to be able to announce the Prom Night 2002 EP.
In peak iPod fashion, there will be another release coming out before this one! If you saw my last live gig – at Strawberry Fair – you’d have seen that MC iPod is now joined by Dronic, creating a double-headed geek-rap beast. We’re about to release our début collaborative mixtape, and you can join us for the launch gig!
Not only are Aaahh’s own Lebrock supporting, but Asher Baker is on the bill too. More details at the Facebook event, and buy tickets from Wegottickets.
Mixtape artwork and tracklist will be announced soon…
Yup, it’s finally out today. After a successful Kickstarter campaign, and months of planning, we’re finally here. All Kickstarter pledgers will have received their goodies courtesy of Dan earlier in the week, and anyone else can now order a CD from right here.
Yup. I’ve kept a bit quiet about this one, but Responsibilities – the new full length from Peterborough’s A Great Notion – is now available to order from right here.
I’ve got the CDs in hand now, and they will be posted straight away.
It’s been a year since our successful Kickstarter campaign, and we’re now very close to the release of “Things I Wish I’d Said”, the début album from Heartwork.
Anyone who pledged will already have a download of the album, as well as a survey asking about things like t-shirt sizes.
If you didn’t pledge, you can pre order a copy direct from Dan. You’ll get yours around the release date of 19th May.
Once we’ve sorted out the pledgers and anyone who pre orders, I’ll have a bunch of copies for sale from here.
There will be an “official” release – i.e. with full distribution and available from Amazon, HMV, etc – but that won’t be for a few months so, for now, this is your only way to get a copy.
Again, thanks for your support and patience so far.
Hello all. I’m in the process of moving everything over to a new – faster – web host; so if anything looks a bit weird – or you find any dead links – please accept my apologies!
Just a quick note to say that Tim Holehouse’s collaboration with Tourette Boys “Kill” and Tragical History Tour’s new single are both now available and shipping.
The second pre order of the week is for the ever-present Tim Holehouse; except this time he’s joined by Berlin psych/garage/blues three-piece Tourette Boys.
Four tracks, clocking in around 50 minutes. Pre order yours RIGHT HERE.