24/09/14

FREE ‘TRANSGRESSIVE 10’ CD WITH THE NME THIS WEEK

This week, NME have published an epic, four-page feature covering the first ten years of Transgressive. Featuring artist interviews with the likes of Foals, Two Door Cinema Club, Pulled Apart By Horses and more, as well as a catch-up with label founders Tim and Toby, it's well worth a read.

In addition, the paper is giving away a free Transgressive 10th Anniversary CD. Entitled 'Transgressive 10', it features 15 tracks from the last decade, including artists old and new.

The full tracklisting is as follows:

Flume - Holdin On
At The Drive-In - Arcarsenal
Dry The River - Everlasting Light
The Antlers - Hotel
Gengahr - Powder
Pulled Apart By Horses - VENOM (acoustic)
Johnny Flynn - Murmuration (live)
Marika Hackman - You Come Down
Two Door Cinema Club - Undercover Martyn (demo)
Thumpers - Galore
Blaenavon - Into The Night
Alvvays - Archie, Marry Me
Mystery Jets - Someone Purer (live at Royal Festival Hall)
FAMY - Ava
Foals - Tron (produced by Four Tet)

Pick it up from all good newsagents and stores now.

More info on this week's issue: http://www.nme.com/magazine/issue/jamie-t-back-to-life

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