4 weeks ago
We have just produced this fantastic looking set of DVDs and packaging for Portsmouth Football Club and their documentary film 'Our Club' which tells the story of Pompey's fall after winning the FA Cup, through to community ownership in 2013.
Narrated by renowned broadcaster and Blues supporter Ian Darke and directed by Barney Fox, the film features the key protagonists in Pompey's journey from two administrations to becoming the biggest community-owned club in the country.
The DVDs are supplied in a DVD case with a custom sized fold-out poster - which features the names of the 2,500 fans who bought shares in the club - and are all neatly presented within a high quality metal display tin that we have printed with a matching blue UV-LED print on the front.
We also produced a 100% recycled card wallet and 16-page information booklet, which feature the same movie that will pull on the heartstrings of any Pompey fan.
Produced by Zanda Films in association with Dorney Productions and FC Media, the artwork was put together and poster designed by our own in-house season ticket holder Tom, before being hand delivered right to Fratton Park on matchday!
The film is available to stream on Vimeo, Amazon and iTunes, or the full metal tin DVD set can be purchased through the club shop both in store, at a pop-up stand in The Victory Lounge at home games and online on the link here: pompey.clubstore.co.uk/pm-11655-our-club-dvd ... See MoreSee Less
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We recently produced the new Sam Fender MiniDiscs for his debut studio album 'Hypersonic Missiles' on behalf of Polydor/Universal Music which went straight to number 1 in the UK Official Albums charts.
Unfortunately the MiniDiscs have all sold out already, however you can still purchase on CD, vinyl or cassette here: tinyurl.com/yydqngsq
Find out more about our MiniDisc production here:
www.bandcds.co.uk/all-others/minidisc-duplication-and-production/ ... See MoreSee Less
minidisc shit really, theyre more out of date than tapes no?
You should produce some more. They sold in a blink of an eye.
Do ‘the kids’ really buy mini-disks? Can they play them so to speak, or do they act like souvenir vinyl? Excuse my generalised line if questioning, but hopefully you get my drift..
I smell a Techmoan video coming on.
Is this the first new MD release in 15 years?
I’ve got quite a few radio shows recorded on Mini Discs and the odd compilation that I put together. I’d like to get my hands on a portable DAT recorder.
I stiil have my rackmount Tascam MD-350 Mini-disc recorder that i bought brand new in 2001. I used it more for the final mixes before the tracks were sent off for duplication to CD. Recorded over 30 albums to Mini-Disc, preferred it to DAT.
Lucy Wynne told you mini disks were in
Band CDs shared a post.
2 months ago
We recently produced these sweet-themed printed plectrums to go with a gift for a guitarist with a sweet tooth. Each pick was to be supplied with the corresponding chocolate bar or sweet! ... See MoreSee Less
3 months ago
Cassette tapes and MiniDiscs produced for Swedish rock band CRASHDÏET and their new RUST album. They are available for pre-order now from their online store: www.dietrecords.org/shop/crashdiet/rust
CRASHDÏET are also supporting Skid Row on their UK tour in November and December. Find out more about their UK and European tour dates here: www.crashdiet.org/tour ... See MoreSee Less
Do you have the old black -coloured mini disc?
We recently produced this fantastic looking set of CDs for The King Blues 6th studio album ’38 minutes’ which is a concept record based on the 38 minutes in-between the ballistic missile threat national alert and the false alarm sent out to residents of Hawaii in January 2018. The CDs come with a 24-page booklet that matches the artwork in the comic story book they had made.
The album, written by Itch and illustrated by Rebecca Lightbody, used each song to tell a story of the different reactions people have to being told that they were in their final moments.
Helped along by dedicated fans on Kickstarter, the album cracked the top 40 despite the band not taking out any advertisements, sending out any promo copies, hiring any publicists, pluggers or PR companies even with Glastonbury taking all the headlines the week prior.
The album launch was then accompanied by a sold out show in Camden Underworld which started with the album played in its entirety with a live punk rock puppet opera followed by a full set. Itch was kind enough to put our resident King Blues fan Tom on the guestlist who cannot recommend checking out both the band and the album enough!
The album and other 38 minutes merchandise has already sold out, but you can purchase their other work on the link here: thekingblues.bigcartel.com/
You can also listen to the album on Spotify here: open.spotify.com/album/6uWM78rzqspWv2buSyOiSk?si=a6E_Ll83SteJp6u_nzh1_g ... See MoreSee Less
Excellent. I just placed an order.Looking forward to dealing with you again.
Check out this awesome looking set of tapes produced for sludge/noise rockers GURT and their ‘Bongs of Praise’ upcoming release. They used a vibrant combination of green and blackberry purple cassettes to match their artwork and even used coloured cassette cases to finish the set off nicely! ... See MoreSee Less
So amazing thanks, order them here: gurt.bigcartel.com/product/bongs-of-praise-cassette-edition
Hah. Love GURT. great sense of humor in a scene that takes itself way too seriously at times.
5 months ago
We are delighted to have helped produce the cassette tapes for Ed Sheeran's new album ‘No.6 Collaborations Project’ on behalf of Warner Music Group.
This album is Ed's sixth collaborations project where each track features a different artist, including the likes of Stormzy, Justin Bieber, Khalid, Eminem, 50 Cent, Skrillex, Camila Cabello, Travis Scott, Bruno Mars and Chance the Rapper.
Only released last Friday, it is on track to be the number 1 selling album this week in the UK.
These cassettes are available to purchase along with CD and vinyl versions from Ed Sheeran's online store:
store.edsheeran.com/uk/ ... See MoreSee Less
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this is fucking embarrassing
How can you explain how a cassette works without a player? If you dont have one 1) you get one or 2) you keep them in the box in the attic until you found a player...
Where's the Memorex Man when you need him?!
And this is why I taught my boys about the finer things in life, like cassettes and records.
I really hope that it was all staged. 😀
Daily Mail readers, says it all!