Released via artist Eddie Peake’s vinyl-only label HYMN in collaboration with The Vinyl Factory, Peake has worked alongside emerging London-based musician Gwilym Gold to create a screen-printed limited edition of Gold’s single ‘Muscle’. Working alongside one another for the White Cube exhibition Adjective Machine Gun, Gold was able to improvise live at his piano which entailed him to materialise the chords that would later become 'Muscle', atender, powerful and succinct ballad. Every copy of the 100-strong screen-printed limited edition is different, exploiting exclusive colour-combinations to create a set of truly singular artworks by Peake. Featuring four panel gatefold outer sleeves and two inner sleeves all with unique artwork, the vinyl is also hand signed and numbered by Peake to personalise the vinyl. The two etched records are 180-grams each.Tracklisting A. Gwilym Gold 'Muscle' AA. Etching B. Gwilym Gold 'Muscle' (Beam rework) BB. Etching
Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller made this signed limited edition vinyl for Exodus, 2012, his 3D audio-visual work showcased at his blockbuster mid-career retrospective, Joy In People, at London's Hayward gallery. Frequency recording of Brazilian and Mexican free-tail bats leaving Frio Caves in Texas, this vinyl is signed and hand-numbered by the artist with only 50 copies available worldwide. Featuring exclusive front and back cover photography, shot by Deller on location in West Texas, and printed on Perfect Image pristine white board, the heavyweight 180-gram one-sided vinyl features six minutes of a recording of these incredible mammals in their natural environment.