A new name ushers in a new chapter for the label formerly known as Black Night Crash Records
Melburnian independent record label Black Night Crash Records — with which you might be familiar via releases from acts such as Bo Ningen, Die! Die! Die! and Sincerely Grizzly — is ushering in a new chapter by killing itself off, in a sense, relaunching under new moniker Bad Health and singing local garage upstarts Oscar Galt & The Eventual Somethings in the process.
With a mission statement that includes "releasing and distributing a select range of both international and local releases, with a specific focus on building and developing local talent", it's nice to see the freshly minted Bad Health already walking the talk, with Oscar Galt & The Eventual Somethings set to release their forthcoming EP, Play Things, through the label on 5 November.
The band will be extra-celebrating the signing and EP itself with a launch show at The Workers Club on 29 November. In addition, Bad Health also has further cause for revelry — they'll be releasing a brand new EP from NZ noise-punk heroes Die! Die! Die! in January next year, to be supported by an Aussie tour in its wake. Hell. Yes.
For more information about the newly branded label, see Bad Health's website.
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