Our first LP – Dan Disgrace releases his debut album ‘Light Entertainment for Strange Times’

Photo by John Latham We’ve been doing Eggy for a few years now. Releasing our favourite artists from across Merseyside. We’ve found ourselves in some pretty mad situations but this is a pretty special one. We’re super excited to be bringing you our first ever album. It’s an absolute banger from our brother and lover, […]

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stores release debut single ‘bones’

Photo by Abbie Bradshaw From Morpeth shores to Birkenhead Docks; it’s been a journey. Stores are open for business. For the first time they bare their bones, polished white and exposed – ready for your consumption. Listen here

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BILL NICKSON ANNOUNCES NEW EP

We’re absolutely elated to announce that top egg Bill Nickson will be releasing his Eggy debut with us. Master of bedroom pop, Nickson has been working relentlessly, producing an extensive set of songs spanning since his last EP, to now. Bill shares with us the first collection of songs from his quickly expanding catalogue – […]

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‘TROUBLES’ – THE NEW SINGLE BY DAN DISGRACE

The return of beer gardens can mean only one thing. Amongst the sticky polycarbonate pint pots, discarded blue masks and ciggy ends something is coming strong through the ethanol haze and carcinogenic fog. That’s right the Sultan of Sleaze, Dan Disgrace is back and better than ever. Having locked himself away whilst the world imploded […]

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Eyesore & The Jinx’s ‘The Exile Parlour EP’ marks our first physical release

We’re delighted to have pressed our debut vinyl from the West Derby’s nicest snides, Eyesore & The Jinx. Available now from all good record shops and bandcamp in sweet sweet gammon pink. At the average price of only 6 and a half Fray Bentos pies, it’s a stone cold bargain that will leave you feeling […]

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Ana Mae releases ‘That I Would Do’

The song that made us fall in love with Ana Mae, ‘That I Would Do’ first caught our attention on Soundcloud. One of our favourite runny eggs ‘That I Would Do’ is a heart worn lo fi classic which catches all the doo wop romanticism of a sixties murder ballad with raw lo fi energy. […]

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