“One hit wonders yes, one hit album after another” Nusrat Durrani MTV NY
the Singhles Club & its printable artwork (AKA digital popadoms)
Tjinder Singh has produced unreleased tracks, which have been coming out as one-sided releases called The Singhles Club, and at the same time freeing up the hard disk of Mr. Singh’s headspace. For 6pounds Subscribers get 6 tracks in their inbox at the pace of one month.
With each track Subscribers get a collectable printable artbook. We are pleased to have developed relationships with film-makers, graphic designers and illustrators, who have created these artworks:
3. Urban Turban Mask by our own Nick Edwards who has done many of our art sleeves over the years including the all the record covers in the Brimful of Asha video, & most of the Cornershop catalogue.
Solid Gold featuring Katie and will it feature in your head if given a couple of listens. In line with our past releases it is out of line with what other music is going down, and to help you swallow & celebrate that difference we have a 4. Judy Sucks A Lemon Cocktail Recipe as designed by Helen Rawlinson – www.helenrawlinson.com, with a recipe created by the forever tip top Dishoom
To join the Singhles Club at any time and get your back issues subscribe here
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From Italy’s youthful mashhhrecords label, Tjinder has collaborated with Casa Del Mirto.
The result is a song called Snap Yr Cookies.
Press image below to see the video
Don’t Shake It (Let It Free) E.P. plus a Don’t Forget Tibet video
Cornershop and Free Tibet have collaborated to create this educational & hard hitting video.
Please support us, watch the video and share the link as much as possible. Help us spread the word about the cause ‘Don’t Forget Tibet’, link here for the video.
Please follow us on twitter @cornershophq & @freetibetorg
The video has been promoted by NME.com whom are getting more political these days, as the world crumbles around them.
Don’t Shake It with two new remixes is out 19th September.
Non-Stop Radio – The Italian Job Remixes
The first track of the Singhles Club series has been treated to three remixes by respected Italian sound stackers Casa Del Mirto, Lorenzo Marinelli & Lorenzo Venturini buy the EP here
The video has been remixed by its original creators Rocket Science. So that makes it a collaboration between England, India, France and Italy, but this is no football match, it’s a song that does not stop.
Just as we can see David Cameron‘s holiday coming to an end, so has this newsletter, best Tjinder & Ben
Tjinder Singh from Cornershop has produced many outtake tracks, which will be coming out as one-sided releases called The Singhles Club, and at the same time freeing up the hard disk of Mr. Singh’s headspace.
Outtake tracks they may be – quality they certainly are! Most are collaborations with friends & foes alike, helping bridge a gap between the variety of the Cornershop back catalogue and its biblical passages. (Please note, each track will come with a very special digital popadom)
A total of 6 Songs will be individually available, as part of the The Singhles Club subscription, which is simply 6pounds for 6 tracks via cornershop.com only.
Cornershop present Beacon Radio 303 the third track of The Singhles Club introducing a new Cornershop collaborator, vocalist Rajwant.
Rajwant was introduced to us via Alison Wonderland of Damaged Goods Records and is our very own ample play photographer, who saw Rajwant play at a party laid on for Billy Childish.
This track is laidback in its Punjabi funk, creating a sound that is best described as where rural country roads meet the City.
Beacon Radio 303 is part of the respected Singhles Club – Club subscribers will get all 6 tracks each with a very special limited digital popadom – which for this release is a cut out and keep turban man mask for all your urban turban needs. Out on Monday 8 August.
For further information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
We have had a flurry of Subscribers to the Singhles Club lately, which is very good value for you, & ensures we may live to put out a few more records. To join and make living a happier experience please simply click here
Also click here to hear Beacon Radio 303 & other Singhles Club releases to date.
A while back we worked with Tokyo‘s Matsuki Ayumu – he did a mix of our WFRnR, & we mixed his In-June track. Well in July on 31st we are very pleased that he will be joining us on-stage when we play at Fuji Rock Festival in Japan. Since Guigsy used to come on with us to play Lessons Learn’t we have not had anyone on stage with us, and we do feel lonely, and bored with each other.
Matsuki is a rising star who never seems to be out of the studio and we dig his youthful psychedelic soul, inspiration. So much so, that we will be putting out 2 of his albums this summer – each of which is a double album, each of which melt modern rock at gas mark 11.
Tjinder Singh has produced many outtake tracks, which will be coming out as one-sided releases called The Singhles Club, and at the same time freeing up the hard disk of Mr. Singh’s headspace. Most are collaborations with friends & foes, helping bridge a gap between the variety of the Cornershop back catalogue and its biblical passages.
A total of 6 Songs will be individually available, or as part of the The Singhles Club subscription, which is simply £6 for 6 tracks via cornershop.com
Subscription will entitle you to receive 6 digital singles (and most tracks will come with a very special digital popadom), sent to you on a monthly basis.
Non-Stop Radio by Cornershop featuring Celeste the opening track for The Singhles Club. Next song in the Series coming soon…..What Did The Hippie Have In His Bag – a song put together for a kids cartoon series. It will be used as part of this years Manchester International Festival (1st – 17th July), with a video by Rude (the kind people that did our Soul School video), in a space called Pop O Motion, whose logo appears here, to give you a glimpse of the funk of the project. The song was finished with the help of Year 1 at Castle Hill Primary School, Bolton, during a 3 day residency (as pictured).