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Gary Powell Interview – Life beyond the Libertines Read full
The Invasion Of – Daily star on Kim Dawson’s Playlist
Who I Love by Gary Powell, Libertines drummer on The Independent
Gary Powell, Future Islands, Wavves
Releases & updates
25 Hour Convenience Store first opened its doors in 2010, ready to serve up something fresh to music lovers tired of being dished out music they didn’t ask for by a record business that didn’t understand them.
Unconstrained by genre, and armed with a hunger for new music and unwavering respect for the musicians making it,
25 Hour Convenience Store set upon their mission to break down the barriers imposed by the traditional record companies and make the visceral, tangible, downright sheer damned heart-skipping joy of new music accessible to all.
The 25 Hour ethos is simple: all music is relevant, because as long as it’s heartfelt all music has the means to move somebody, somewhere.
25 Hour Convenience Store: Open for business, 25 hours a day.
With the release date of his debut Ep just a week away. Mario Nardi has given us a sneak preview of the track listing for “This Music Is Organic”.
The Ep, written by Mario and produced by Brendan Picchio, will highlight the prodigious talents of the singer songwriter
2) A Sea of Fish
3) The Stranger Revenge
4) The Prophet
Mario Nardi – This Music Is Organic Ep is released on 22nd October 2012 on 25 Hour Convenience Store.
Available from Itunes and all quality digital vendors.
Check out the footage we have from the recent 25 Hour Convenience Store night at The Garage in Islington. Featuring The Exiles in action, who were excellent on the night and a must see band for lovers of quality Indie music.
Don’t forget our next big 25 Hour night out on the 18th of May in conjunction with The Noise Kittens. Details to follow.
25 Hour Convenience Store are set to release the debut single for a fantastic band hailing from Southend in Essex.
Plastic Youth have been in existence for just over a year now, and recorded their debut offering’s “Death Row” and “Animal Style” during 2011. Produced by Nick McCabe (Verve and Black Ships guitarist), who the band describe as “a Fucking genius”, and claim “it just feels right working with him. He really understands us.”