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Saturday, January 26, 2008

New Octopus Project single on Too Pure

The Octopus Project Too Pure 7"Pitchfork beat us to the scoop in announcing that UK label Too Pure will be releasing an Octopus Project 7" in March as a part of the label's new singles club. Too Pure, you might recall, is the label that first brought us Stereolab in the early '90s, and has since continued to issue music by such top notch artists as Electrelane, Seefeel, Scout Niblett and many others.

The Octopus Project 7" features two new songs, "Wet Gold" and "Moon Boil," recorded by the band and mastered at Abbey Road in London. The band describes the A-side as "a lovely jaunt through an arpeggiated land of goodness," and the B-side as "the most 'total rock' song we've ever done."

The pressing will be limited to 500 copies and only available via subscription to the Too Pure Singles Club, although the songs will also be made available for download on iTunes at some point.

» Too Pure Singles Club
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