From now until the end of July, nearly the entire 12k shop is on sale from 35% - 40% (ok, sometimes 50%) off. This includes CDs, vinyl, downloads (in your choice of formats, including lossless), t-shirts, 12k’s catalog (pre-2012) and even many of our other label partners. We have created a section in the shop dedicated to the sale so you can quickly browse through the 4 pages of featured items. Discounted prices are listed and are pre-shipping. It’s time to catch up on some releases you’ve missed, explore 12k’s past , or maybe pick up a release from another label that features a 12k artist.
The Boats are touring Japan this month. Read on for dates and details.
As we type this, Gareth Dickson is on stage in Abderdeen in an evening of live performance with fellow 12k labelmate Simon Scott. Stay tuned here for more photos from the evening and the shows they are playing together over the next few days.
We’ve unboxed a few 12k tshirts from the 2008 design by Ralph Steinbruchel and have put them in the 12k shop. only a couple of each size left… but we do have girl-cut, babydoll and strap shirts, too!
Simon Scott’s Below Sea Level project has gone on pre-order today in the 12k shop. All editions, from the deluxe featuring the journal, a hand-inked sketch, a live recording and the CD or download as well as the regular CD or digital editions.
3 new releases from LINE are now available in the 12k shop.
We’re very happy to announce that Gareth Dickson has a number of shows throughout Northern and Western Europe this month. Here’s the schedule so far:
Thanks to a recent distributor return, a few more CDs of titles that have been out of stock in the 12k shop are available again.
We are very happy to announce, after many months of work, false starts, botched technology and patient beta-testers, that we have launched the new 12k online shop. We’ll run down the new features below. Additionally, we’re offering the entire 12k download catalog for 50% off as well as offering free shipping on all 12k CDs for the remainder of the month of April.
Giuseppe Ielasi doesn’t feel the need to bring the attention of mainstream audiences to his work, he doesn’t even like to title his work a lot of the time. Perhaps it is a desire to leave the music unseen, to embody the philosophy of his long-term fascination with musique concrète. Or perhaps he simply wants to let the music speak for itself.