We are coming to the end of the limited edition Singhles Club, and track 5 is Who’s Gonna Lite It Up featuring Izzy Lindqwister. Izzy has now relocated to Paris, and Tjinder has done a few collaborations with her. When you get tweets describing it like this: “Really hot new “Singhles” track from @CornershopHQ. It’s like Zakir Hussain meets The Black Angels” by A. Myers, well no-one could have described it better.
The accompanying artwork or digital popadom is a dress your own doll with Camille Walala, who’s already lit a few things in the clothes designing area and is set spread out doing more things, such as furniture as our old friend Jean Charles Etienne showed us last night. We commend it all to the house, and if you have not joined the Singhles Club, it gives you 6 exclusive tracks and 6 special digital popadoms, direct from the band themselves, you may do so here
Who’s Gonna Lite It Up Cornershop ft Izzy Lindqwister by cornershop
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).
THE SINGHLES CLUB: would you like a new Cornershop song in your inbox from time to time?
Tjinder Singh has produced unreleased 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 alike, 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 at a pace of about one a month as part of the The Singhles Club subscription, which is simply £6 for 6 tracks via cornershop.com (and each track will come with a very special printable artwork & digital popadom*), each delivered to your inbox.
So in summary: Subscribe to The Singhles Club for £6 here & you get the 6 tracks and some exclusive printable artwork.
The opening track for The Singhles Club is: Non-Stop Radio by Cornershop featuring Celeste is – electro, combining upbeat vocals with enough tweets criss-crossing bleeps to make it work a dancefloor, as heard on French retail shopfloors, supported by fresh styled video graphics (Rocket Science Lab, Bangalore). The track comes with artwork of a printable cut out character.
(* is merely for whimsical effect – at the time of writing there was no such thing)