New Record Label via Deptford Northern Soul Club

New Record Label via Deptford Northern Soul Club magazine cover

Word going round about a new 'modern reissue ' record label starting up from the  Deptford Northern Soul Club people. First release at the end of November.

Release promotional blurb follows below...

A modern reissue label enabling Northern Soul lovers, young and old, to experience the music as it was meant to be heard.

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A - Lester Tipton - This Won’t Change
B - Edward Hamilton - Baby Don’t You Weep

Debut seven-inch single from DJs Deptford Northern Soul Club featuring two classic floor fillers from mid-’60s Detroit.
Includes the late Detroit soulman Lester Tipton’s one and only release ‘This Won’t Change’ from 1966, original copies of which go for a staggering $5000. Plus, from ‘67, Edward Hamilton And the Arabians’ superb ‘Baby Don’t You Weep’ which the one-time member of The Falcons recorded for Lou Beatty’s Mary Jane label, originals of which go for a paltry £250.

Shipping out on or around November 29, 2019

Links

Release details via bandcamp

https://deptfordnorthernsoulclub.bandcamp.com/album/lester-tipton-this-won-t-change-edward-hamilton-baby-don-t-you-weep

Deptford Northern Soul Club website

https://deptfordnorthernsoulclub.co.uk/

 

 

 

 


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sir cumference profile photo

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To quote Gwen Owens-Wanted and Needed?

There I`ve said it!

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Godzilla profile photo

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They’re digital DJs though aren’t they?  Interesting that they’ve now started putting out vinyl...

If I’m honest, my impression is that their marketing/image  (DNSC T shirts, badges etc) is a higher priority than the music.

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1 hour ago, Godzilla said:

They’re digital DJs though aren’t they?  Interesting that they’ve now started putting out vinyl...

If I’m honest, my impression is that their marketing/image  (DNSC T shirts, badges etc) is a higher priority than the music.

Got to admit they seem to be doing well, gigs all over, all though I’ve never been to one , seem to cater for the younger end , seem to be turning into a bit of a brand , anyone been to one of there gigs 👍

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5 hours ago, Gogger said:

Got to admit they seem to be doing well, gigs all over, all though I’ve never been to one , seem to cater for the younger end , seem to be turning into a bit of a brand , anyone been to one of there gigs 👍

They followed me at a festival gig. Couldn't wait to get me and my records out of the booth so that they could set up the camera to film themselves 😝

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56 minutes ago, Godzilla said:

They followed me at a festival gig. Couldn't wait to get me and my records out of the booth so that they could set up the camera to film themselves 😝

Think the first time I heard about them was when I saw they were on at Glastonbury, I honestly thought they were a vynil only outfit , seen plenty of there gigs advertised but heard nothing about them 👍

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Hey Guys,

Lewis here from DNSC. Our aim is to try and get more young people into the music - as we are young ourselves. We play both vinyl and digital at our nights unless otherwise specified as we've only been collecting for a finite amount of time. Obviously we use tactics like filming ourselfs and poster designs (all done by us) to help promote our nights to a younger audience - saying that all ages welcome! Hope to see you on the floor. KTF! ❤️

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18 minutes ago, LewisDNSC said:

Hey Guys,

Lewis here from DNSC. Our aim is to try and get more young people into the music - as we are young ourselves. We play both vinyl and digital at our nights unless otherwise specified as we've only been collecting for a finite amount of time. Obviously we use tactics like filming ourselfs and poster designs (all done by us) to help promote our nights to a younger audience - saying that all ages welcome! Hope to see you on the floor. KTF! ❤️

Thanks for the reply Lewis 👍

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3 hours ago, LewisDNSC said:

Our aim is to try and get more young people into the music - as we are young ourselves. We play both vinyl and digital at our nights unless otherwise specified

play whatever format you like if people are coming along and enjoying themselves

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Hopefully this re-release will make the original a less interesting prospect to play, and hopefully the price will drop and I'll get a chance to complete my La Beat collection :D

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On 31/10/2019 at 08:00, Godzilla said:

They’re digital DJs though aren’t they?  Interesting that they’ve now started putting out vinyl...

If I’m honest, my impression is that their marketing/image  (DNSC T shirts, badges etc) is a higher priority than the music.

Quite agree, mention themselves more than Lester on the label...

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Are these the guys that did Glastonbury?

Dx

Edited by Davenpete


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