Punk to electronica record label Horseglue, put together by Add N To X’s Barry 7 and Soul Jazz Records’ Ethan Reid, launches on 12 November with an identity (pictured) and other artwork by graphic designer Sam Oakley. The label’s first release will be a double A-side, ‘Manhattan on Fire/Working All Day’ from Roxy Music-and-Ramones-influenced Pink Grease, which features a screen-printed fluorescent sleeve. The logo is inspired by a post-punk, photocopied and cut-and-paste aesthetic, according to Oakley, and this fanzine-style approach has been carried over in the sleeve design.
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