After much delay and an album lost and then found again with help from beloved supporters and friends, Mouth 4 Rusty finally return to a the Minesweeper in Greenwich for the release of their fourth album, 'What's Getting Somewhere?'
With a live set from the band, plus support from Karen Barnes (aka The Armed909), stories from Rob Bidder, and maybe a few other magical surprises.
8pm, free entry
A short walk from Cutty Sark DLR or Greenwich BR station.
Look forward to seeing you, and thanks for everything x.
http://mouth4rusty.bandcamp.com/album/fire-mice-and-other-people Our third album was released today. Free for the listening, just a fiver to download. Enjoy.
http://mouth4rusty.bandcamp.com/album/good-men-now - You can download our brand new second album on bandcamp for just £4 or listen online for free. Enjoy!
Last week we recorded 'A Letter Home' as a duo live in the studio for Never Records. An art project by Ted Riederer, it's essentially a mock-up record shop that he's been touring with (New York, LA, Derry, Liverpool, and currently London). All the records there are one-offs, he records acts in the back, cuts two copies on vinyl, one for the artist and one to keep in the shop, which acts as a library, people can come in and listen to whatever record they like. You can download an MP3 of ours, recorded straight from the vinyl record, here..
We'll be sending our first EP, 'Time Over Money', into the world on 26th March.
Recorded using only real reverberant spaces (a barn, a project space/gallery and a room with walls of wooden doors) and mastered by the wonderful Boston-based mastering engineer Scott Craggs, it comes in a 100% recycled sleeve with a hand-printed cover made using vegetable-based inks.
You can preview the recordings on our player and if you don't want a hard copy, the tracks are already available to buy in our reverbnation store.
Much love, M4R x.