Record Club

In association with The Vinyl Factory

‘When I die, just keep playing the records.’ Jimi Hendrix

With ‘songs for a summer's night,’ this month’s Record Club is selected by Jackson Scott, flamenco guitarist, composer and frontman of band Mano de Dios. Their blend of flamenco, punk, blues, rumba and samba has been compared by Vogue to ‘gypsy jazz Ian Drury Madness’ and Bryan Ferry has called them ‘one of the best party bands around’ following performances everywhere from Glastonbury to the Guggenheim museum. Following the success of their debut album, ‘Sleep Through The Morning Light,’ described by the Guardian as ‘exuberant and abandoned as Rio Carnival… kinetic, irreverent, life affirming,’ listen out for the release of ‘Midnight Sketches,’ the first of Jackson’s two solo albums on limited edition vinyl.

A beautiful sunset that was mistaken for a dawn,’ Claude Debussy