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Love Blonde - The RAK Years

Release Date: February 24, 2024

Kim Wilde has blazed a trail ever since she made her debut with the indelible ‘Kids in America’ back in 1981. Kim’s early hits on Mickie Most’s RAK Records blend angsty new wave energy with the innate pop sensibility she shares with her chief collaborators, brother Ricky and father Marty.

Love Blonde: The RAK Years’ is the most comprehensive collection of Kim’s RAK output ever assembled. Boasting 50 tracks across four CDs, it brings together three classic studio albums, ‘Kim Wilde’, ‘Select’ and ‘Catch as Catch Can’, each remastered and expanded with bonus tracks, plus ‘Special Disco Mixes’. Featuring era-authentic artwork and previously unseen photos, this exclusive remix album features 12” versions of ten singles, extended and reinvented in the spirit of the 80s. Six of these mixes have been newly commissioned especially for this package.

This package features an impressive roll call of UK hit singles: ‘Kids in America’ (#2), ‘Chequered Love’ (#4), ‘Water on Glass’ (#11), ‘Cambodia’ (#12), ‘View From a Bridge’ (#16), ‘Child Come Away’ (#43), ‘Love Blonde’ (#23) and ‘Dancing in the Dark’ (#67). Kim’s global appeal also led to further overseas releases such as ‘Bitter Is Better’, ‘Take Me Tonight’ and ‘House of Salome’. Bonus material including B-sides and album out-takes from the album sessions rounds out a complete survey of Kim’s RAK years.

Presented in a stunning lift-off lid box with special print finish, each album in this package is housed in a gatefold sleeve featuring the original vinyl artwork. The 48-page booklet features lyrics, a RAK discography, rare photos and new sleeve notes written by Kim Wilde expert Marcel Rijs.

Kim’s diary looks as busy as ever, with live dates across Europe lined up for 2024 and a new studio album on the horizon. We are delighted to continue our successful partnership with this perennial icon of British pop!

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My Power is the second collaboration between Envotion & Ukrainian born Teya Flow. After they met via the remix of I Need That Fire (Envotion Remix) by ELSP from Kazakhstan. A more subdued and slower proposal, My Power brews with strength and stoic determination.


The song is deeply personal to Teya, the armed conflict in her native land was affecting Teya’s creative process. I felt destroyed, yet I didn't want to write negative songs filled with the pain and resentment I felt constantly. I was stuck. She shares openly.


Envotion superb production is full of solid moments that in now way distract from the main focus that’s Teya’s voice and lyrics. 


When Envotion sent me the instrumental, I felt there was so much light and hope, as if someone was speaking to me through the music. Now you feel bad, but hold on. It's going to be alright. You're strong. Take my hand, I'll help you.''

Music has the ability to lift you from the deepest of holes and Teya felt exactly that while working on the track. I realised why the music was so special. It was also because of the people behind it. While your closest neighbour is destroying your life, someone on the other side of the world is supporting you, bringing back your power to create something that makes the world better again.


My Power is out now on all major streaming platforms.

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Unreadable Communication
Anxious Recordings 1991-1993

Released February 23, 2024

Formed by two relative veterans of the musical landscape in London in 1990, Curve blazed a trail with a fresh new sound during the first few years of that decade, fusing heavy electronics with layered guitars and sweetly dark vocals. The British music press was instantly enamoured, and the band went on to score a succession of critically acclaimed underground hits through a series of classic EPs and two futuristic albums.

Released on Dave Stewart’s (Eurythmics) Anxious imprint, these records chart the course of a band who burned brightly but briefly in their original incarnation, taking their cues from the scene around them and creating a new sound which many would mimic (most notably, Butch Vig’s Garbage). But this is the original flavour. The real deal. Original and daring. Homespun yet worldly.

Featuring the classic early EPs and those two seminal long players, ‘Unreadable Communication’ demands a re-examination of a band who set the standards of their own time and place, and who continue to be referenced and appreciated by shoegazers, industrialists and ethereal pop kids across the world.

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