Geographic label to reissue albums by The Pastels, Lightships and Maher Shalal Hash Baz

Affiliated with the Domino Records stable, Geographic will release “The Last Great Wilderness”, “Electric Cables” and “Blues of the day” on December 2nd.

Since 2000, the Geographic label, founded by Stephen McRobbie and Katrina Mitchell of The Pastels and affiliated with the essential English pioneer Domino Records, has been cultivating its eclecticism. His signatures include Teenage Fanclub, Futur Pilot AKA, Bill Wells Trio and Empress.

Twenty-two years after its creation, the Scottish duo at the head of Geographic has just announced the reissue of three flagship records from its catalog. In the program : blues of the day by Maher Shalal Hash Baz, published in 2003, The Last Great Wilderness des Pastels, released the same year and composed especially for the soundtrack of David Mackenzie’s film, as well as Electrical CablesLightships’ first effort arrived in 2012.

In a press release, Stephen McRobbie confides about the Geographic label: “We put a lot of time and love into every project. We released a wide range of records that, on reflection, were slightly unpredictable, yet upbeat and warm”.

See you in early December!


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