Founding their sound on acts like Ganglians and Dum Dum Girls, the New York label celebrates their 100th release this month
Having released the likes of Dum Dum Girls, Ganglians, Veronica Falls, Spectrals to the likes of Wild Nothing and Beach Fossils as of late, Brooklyn-based label, Captured Tracks finally celebrate their 100th release this March. On the 29th, the label will be releasing a special limited and can you believe it, free, 7" from collaborative supergroup Zodiacs, comprising of Dee Dee from Dum Dum Girls, Jarvis Taveniere (Woods), JB Townsend (Crystal Stilts), Mike Sniper (Blank Dogs), and Jeremy Earl (Woods) on drums. As well as the debut album from Craft Spells and a 7" from Blouse, the release by Zodiacs is a collaboration of artists as a prelude to an LP's worth of material being worked on now from artists on the roster.
...special about you?
There's nothing special about me, personally.
...your worst vice?
…the story behind your name for the label?
I had to think of something... fast.
... your favourite sound?
303 Snare drum.
...your worst fashion secret?
I certainly have none of those.
...your favourite website?
... the best thing about where you're from?
Originally? It's horrible. At least it's near the ocean.
... good for breakfast?
I skip breakfast.
...are you listening to now?
If you had to, how would you describe your work?