Selador Recordings, founded by Dave Seaman and Steve Parry, is celebrating its 10th anniversary with the release of the first of a series of collaborative EPs.
Selador Decade EP Vol. 1, was released on 24 March, and features four collaborations, including 3D (Danny Howells, Darren Emerson, Dave Seaman) and Robert Owens with Known Love; Olivier Giacomotto and Quivver with Snailblazer, Argia and Jepe with Salitre; and Anthony Pappa alongside Jamie Stevens and Alice Rose with Nothing To Hide.
You can download/stream it here.
Across April and May, other contributions will include from Steve Parry, Tokyo Fan Club, Just Her, Hannes Bieger, Smash TV, Timo Maas, Renato Cohen, and Robert Babicz.
In addition, the Selador Decade 10th Birthday vinyl EP will be released on 21 April, which will also feature a collaboration between Hernan Cattaneo and Dave Seaman, Napkin Knowledge.
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Selador will also host a party on Easter Sunday, 9 April, at Studio 338 in London, in partnership with Warm Up Festival. The lineup includes Hernan Cattaneo, Steve Parry, and Dave Seaman, as well as Just Her and the Warm Up residents.
Dave Seaman, co-founder of Selador, reflected on the journey the label has taken to date, “When Steve revealed to me his unfulfilled ambition to have his own record company back in 2012, I knew instantly he would be a great partner to run a label with. We had a long-standing friendship, a similar musical outlook, and an unquenchable thirst for discovering new music. Within a few months, Selador was born, and we’ve not looked back.”
909originals recently caught up with Dave Seaaman – you can read the full interview here.
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