Armellodie Records is one of those beautiful indie labels that realises music needs to be put out and made available, but without a commercial expectation.
Glasgow-based record label Armellodie peddles a fine collection of left-of-centre wares. From releases by Le Reno Amps, through albums by Cuddly Shark and The Scottish Enlightenment, right up to the debut by The Douglas Firs, the music refuses easy definitions, preferring instead to strive that wee bit harder when pushing genre envelopes
Armellodie does what record labels like Stiff Records used to do. If a release has the Armellodie name against it, you immediately know that it’ll be an interesting listen, something quirky, clever and unique.
Armellodie is actually one of those labor-of-love indie concerns that depends on good taste and solid integrity in their choices of music signings. If a release comes bounding out of the Armellodie stable, it’s definitely worth not only a listen, but a flutter with your cash, even unheard. You won’t be steered wrong.
Armellodie Records are producing some top notch stuff. Their whole philosophy is to go against the tepid wank that permeates much of popular music and in this aim, they succeed”
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