Oh my goodness – it’s Miss Pain!

Following on from our recent burst of reissuing activity, we are proud to present the first single by those south coast seductresses, those Mephistophelean engines of pleasure, the mighty Miss Pain.  Crashing forth in 2004 in a frenzy of analogue synths, viscious guitar chords and tales of perversity, E.B.F.H./Campari & Sex elicited consternation from the NME and sighs of pleasure from everyone else.

We have the final few copies of this wonderful 7″ now available to buy from our shop.  Or you can have a listen via our Soundcloud page below.


Vermont’s “Ten Random” returns

Hot on the heels of “Ins Kino” (well, relatively speaking for us) comes the reappearance of Vermont’s second album and final album “Ten Random”.  Originally released back in 2004 it was the last official Vermont release on Tbilissi and signified an end of an era for the band.  It’s now available for you to buy again digitally and on CD from here.

Of course you can dip your toe in the aural waters by listening on our Soundcloud page.

Vermont’s “Ins Kino” – available now!

Phew, we’ve had a crazily busy summer so yet again curating the previous releases on our homely little label has taken a backseat.  However we have just uploaded Vermont’s first album “Ins Kino” into the monolithic servers of Bandcamp and given you the option to buy either digitally or a physical copy (12″ vinyl and proper CD).  Why not go here to take a look?

The album is also on our Soundcloud if you’d prefer to have a taster beforehand.

Tbilissi recommends Part 4

It’s our very great pleasure to draw your attention to former Tbilissi alumni Wintergreen.  They have just released their debut album, and it’s an absolute cracker.  Have a listen to this track from it:

The Rule Of Small Things is available on vinyl and digital from their own Bandcamp page and we highly recommend you get it.

Wintergreen - TROST cover

If you do like this album, maybe you could consider buying their previous release Autumn Leaves/Clockwork Mice?  Just asking…


Tbilissi recommends Part 3

Hello there.  Yeah, it’s been a long long… long time as someone famous once sung, but we’ve not forgotten about you.  We were just busy elsewhere making other records, just not ones on Tbilissi.  In fact we should probably tell you about them instead of keeping it to ourselves.

One record we helped create has just been released on the reliably stimulating WIAIWYA label.  This is a taster:

It’s the first track on Side Two of the debut album proper from The Leaf Library called Daylight Versions.  And here’s the cover so you can find it in the shops:Daylight Versions

That is some nice design there.  Anyway, The Leaf Library are launching this fantastic piece of plastic with a show at The Lexington in Islington this Sunday 22nd November with support from The Hayman Kupa Band and some mysterious special guests who can’t be named for stupid legal reasons.  If I only had a DRINK for each time I’d heard that from a promoter… ahem.  Tickets are available here and a certain Simon (formally from Vermont) will be assisting them onstage (as he recorded and co-produced the album as well).

Tbilissi recommends Part 2

Second in our series of sporadic signposts towards music that we like is this tune from a compilation released to raise funds for a “monthly sonic exploration event” in deepest darkest Worcestershire.  We haven’t been, so don’t know if it’s any good, but this track is fantastic and makes us want to turn the hi-fi up until the deaf bloke next door starts banging on the wall.

The compilation is available for whatever you can pay here, and the track in question “Wiederholen Gruppe 99” by the ever-excellent Soundhog can be watched simultaneously with an old skiing film below.

Vermont “The Kinetic”

We can announce that the next release from Tbilissi Recordings will be the third Vermont single “The Kinetic’, which we are hoping to make available to you all on Friday 17th January.  To whet your appetite here’s the last track from the single – “Starting Again”.

Tbilissi recommends Part 1

We’re busy here working on various new releases and reissues here at Tbilissi towers at the moment, but we thought it might be good to share some of the things we have been listening too as we wade through websites and muck about with Photoshop.

A new single that we’ve been listening to loads is one of the singles in the Odd Box Records 100 Club Series of 7″s – “Flux/Teeth” by the excellently fuzzy Fever Dream.   Here are the tracks for you listen to; you can buy directly from the Odd Box site, but hurry as there’s only 100 copies available.