Denise Johnson #7 on UK Record Store Chart

Denise Johnson’s posthumous debut album ‘Where Does It Go’ entered the UK Record Store Chart at number 7. Limited vinyl and CDs were available only from Manchester’s Piccadilly Records and sold out immediately. https://www.piccadillyrecords.com/counter/product.php?pid=134933 

Digital/Streaming: on all platforms https://cdbaby.lnk.to/WhereDoesItGo 

UK Record Store Chart, Top 20:

1 – (new) Working Men’s Club – Working Men’s Club
2 – (new) Sufjan Stevens – The Ascension
3 – Idles – Ultra Mono
4 – Oasis – (What’s The Story) Morning Glory?
5 – (new) The Stone Roses – The Remixes
6 – (new) Melanie C – Melanie C
7 – (new) Denise Johnson – Where Does It Go
8 – Thurston Moore – By The Fire
9 – (new) Queen & Adam Lambert – Live Around The World
10 – (new) Lana Del Rey – Violet Bent Backwards Over The Grass
11 – (new) Roisin Murphy – Roisin Machine
12 – (new) Hunna – I’d Rather Die Than Let You In
13 – (new) Pan Amsterdam – Ha Chu
14 – Michael Kiwanuka – KIWANUKA
15 – (new) Stone Foundation – Is Love Enough
16 – (new) Roger Waters – Us + Them
17 – Deftones – Ohms
18 – New Order – Power, Corruption & Lies
19 – (new) Jonsi – Shiver
20 – (new) The Jaded Hearts Club – You’ve Always Been Here

The Official Charts Company launched the UK Record Store Chart in 2012 to reflect the last decade’s drive to support independent music outlets and the concurrent surge in vinyl sales. It is compiled from the best selling albums at 100 of Britain’s leading independent music shops.

Blind Atlas – Brother Moon Animation

Impact Date: 13th June 2012

Label: Fallen Swine

Manchester’s own Anglo-American band Blind Atlas will release their debut album Kodiak Bear on the 18th June 2012.

Their live session for ‘WhisperingBob Harris’s BBC Radio 2 show was broadcast on 8th July.

Brother Moon will be the lead radio track from their debut album with another beautiful animation from collaborators Volkerfirma who have also animated a video for the title track Kodiak Bear. The animation will be released on 13th June a week before their album launch party. The song was engineered by both the Earlies and Blind Atlas themselves, with the Earlies again producing the track adding the haunting phaser and reverb to the vocals. The track also features Christian Madden of The Earlies on the Hammond Organ.