62 Patrons support Iron Man Records, you can be one too. Let’s make Vinyl.

What’s the best thing you can do with £20? Have you ever thought about that? I want to invite you to become a Patron of Iron Man Records. Since I started the record label 22 years ago, times have changed and it is becoming harder and harder to assemble money to make new releases possible. 62 Patrons currently support Iron Man Records. The label wants to make all new record releases available on Vinyl. You are invited to become a Patron. Your help will ensure the insanity continues. The journey from 1996, when Iron Man Records began, has been back-breaking. …

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If you want a different world, you have to make it, through your actions. Become an Iron Man Records Patron.

I want to invite you to become a Patron of Iron Man Records. Since I started the record label 22 years ago, times have changed and it is becoming harder and harder to assemble enough money to make new releases possible. 61 Patrons currently support the record label. Iron Man Records wants to make all new record releases available on Vinyl. You are invited to become a Patron. Your help will ensure the insanity continues. The journey from 1996, when Iron Man Records began, has been back-breaking. The record label has generated a mountain of debt and a serious Class …

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Mileage Into Music – Become An Iron Man Records Patron

 Iron Man Records would like to invite you to become a Patron. From as little as just 60 pence a month, or $1, you could help contribute to the next Vinyl release on the label and in exchange you can have a number of rewards, free things and benefits. All the money I earn as a Tour Manager, and working with musicians, goes into the running costs of Iron Man Records, and helping Musicians wherever I can. I have financed the record label from my own pocket for the last 20 years or more and continue to do so. …

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John Sinclair – Beatnik Youth (Double CD) 2018

John Sinclair – “Beatnik Youth” on Double CD Released 2018 by Iron Man Records. All Press enquiries to Sean Newsham Catalogue Number: IMB6032 Release date: 2018 Label: Iron Man Records Distribution: Cargo Disc 1 Testify (9.10) Good Stuff (4.32) Everybody Needs Somebody (7.09) Change My Life (5.14) Ain’t Nobody’s Business (3.36) My Buddy (5.13) That Old Man (3.53) Disc 2 Brilliant Corners (11.29) Culture Cide (11.38) Red Dress (Ruby My Dear) (6.25) Sitarrtha (6.16) Do It (6.16) War On Drugs (6.18) Read a brilliant review of Beatnik Youth by Gus Ironside for Louder Than War here Saby Reyes-Kulkarni interviewed John …

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John Sinclair – Beatnik Youth – Double CD – review by Steve Fly Amsterdam, 2017

The story of the Beatnik Youth album begins in London. John Sinclair was visiting to perform with guitarist Al Clayton and his band The Dirty Strangers, Gigs organised in part by Ian Grant, including a double bill with Zodiac / Youth. Martin ‘Youth’ Glover came into John’s orbit and found a kindred spirit in John, proposing they work on a jazz project together. 

Sure enough plans were laid out for John to travel to Kingston College Of Music in London, to a recording session set up by Youth. The list of musicians in the large room was staggering: George Butler, …

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John Sinclair – Beatnik Youth (Double CD) 2017

John Sinclair – “Beatnik Youth” on Double CD Released 2017 by Iron Man Records. All Press enquiries to Sean Newsham : sean@mutante.co.uk Catalogue Number: IMB6032 Release date: 2017 Label: Iron Man Records Distribution: Cargo Disc 1 Testify (9.10) Good Stuff (4.32) Everybody Needs Somebody (7.09) Change My Life (5.14) Ain’t Nobody’s Business (3.36) My Buddy (5.13) That Old Man (3.53) Disc 2 Brilliant Corners (11.29) Culture Cide (11.38) Red Dress (Ruby My Dear) (6.25) Sitarrtha (6.16) Do It (6.16) War On Drugs (6.18) Read the brilliant review of Beatnik Youth by Gus Ironside for Louder Than War here John Sinclair, …

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John Sinclair – Beatnik Youth Ambient (500 copies on Vinyl) 28th July 2017

John Sinclair – “Beatnik Youth Ambient” on Vinyl. by Iron Man Records. Pre-order the Vinyl here: http://ironmanrecords.bigcartel.com/artist/john-sinclair All Press enquiries to Sean Newsham : sean@mutante.co.uk Catalogue Number: IMB6033 Barcode: 5060132273319 Label: Iron Man Records Release Date: 28th July 2017 Distribution: Cargo Side A Do It (6:16) Recitation – John Sinclair, Music – Youth, Mix – Youth and Michael Rendall Brilliant Corners (11.29) Recitation – John Sinclair, Produced by Youth Side B War On Drugs (6:18) Recitation – Howard Marks, Music – Youth, Mix – Youth and Michael Rendall Sitarrrtha (9:19) Recitation – John Sinclair, Produced by Youth John Sinclair, the …

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Police Bastard – Confined: Death, doom, despair and TERRIFYING NOISE… discussed.

Here’s part of an interview With 2 members of Police Bastard conducted by Robin Valk who spends his time writing about Music, Musicians, Music Business and Radio in the UK’s West Midlands. Robin: As a bumbling young rock DJ, I covered the decline of progressive and hard rock throughout the 70s. Pub-rock rose and fell, global forces like Springsteen and Fleetwood Mac emerged, and Birmingham moved from Monsters of Metal to cross-cultural mixes, (UB40, Apache Indian, the Beat, Ruby Turner). Oh, and let’s not forget the New Romantics. On second thought, let’s. By the end of the decade, Punk Rock …

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Police Bastard – Confined (VINYL) is available from Iron Man Records now

Police Bastard – Confined (VINYL) has arrived after many months of waiting. A big Thank You to all of you who have pre-ordered the VINYL or have contributed as Iron Man Records Patrons. I would like to acknowledge the ongoing insanity of the following and their kind financial support for this madness: Suzy Tweddle, Deborah Ritchie, Scott Roe, Margaret Calleja, Thomas Rathgeber, Dan, Lee Parsfield, Chris Scales, Muir Mathewson, Michael Howe, Jonathan Harris, Dave Barnard, Bill Fadden, Mike Burgess, Joachim Palm, Lyle Bignon, Thomas Burke, Ben Cartlidge, Matt Grimes, Toby Conyers, Chris, Andy Cavendish, Steve Wyatt, Andrew Dubber, Frank Knoblich, …

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