C60 11.21.12 – The Sarah Records Label

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JOHANNES EISELE/AFP/Getty Images

JOHANNES EISELE/AFP/Getty Images

This week’s edition of C60 takes a look at the Sarah Records label from Bristol, England. This label managed to carve out a unique identity for itself during its short lifetime specializing in jangly indie pop, twee pop and even shoegaze. Bands like The Field Mice (pictured), The Orchids, Brighter, The Wake, Another Sunny Day and others are all included here and helped define the label’s sound, style and image.

Each Wednesday at 4pm and Saturdays from 10-Midnight, let classic tracks wax your ears on C60.

The Sea Urchins – Pristine Christine (1987)

Another Sunny Day – Things Will Be Nice (1988)

St. Christopher – All Of A Tremble (1989)

The Field Mice – Emma’s House (1988)

Brighter – I Don’t Think It Matters (1990)

Action Painting! – These Things Happen (1990)

Heavenly – Our Love Is Heavenly (1990)

Tramway – Maritime City (1991)

The Wake – Major John (1991)

Secret Shine – Honey Sweet (1992)

The Orchids – I Was Just Dreaming (1992)

East River Pipe – Make A Deal With The City (1993)

Blueboy – Meet Johnny Rave (1993)

Even As We Speak – (All You Find Is) Air (1993)

The Sugargliders – Top 40 Sculpture (1994)

Northern Picture Library – Last September’s Farewell Kiss (1994)

Aberdeen – Fireworks (1995)

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