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Cooking Vinyl announces four signings

By | Published on Wednesday 15 December 2010

Cooking Vinyl has announced a “quadruple whammy” of artist deals, and if you don’t believe me I’ll email you the press release which definitely says so. 

The London indie has signed licensing deals with four artists – an eclectic bunch including Ron Sexsmith, Asian Dub Foundation, Peter Bjorn & John and Does It Offend You, Yeah? – and will now release the next long players from each of them. Options to work on future releases are also part of each deal. New albums from both Sexsmith and ADF will be released in February, with the new Peter Bjorn & John long player due out in March, and a new Does It Offend You, Yeah? album out in the spring. 

The chief Vinyl Cook Martin Goldschmidt told CMU: “It’s been a great year for us, with great results – Groove Armada, Charlatans, Underworld – and great records – Turin Brakes, Audio Bullys, Ocean Colour Scene and many more. Bring on 2011!”