With only days to go until Record Store Day on Saturday 21st April, we’re delighted to announce our participation in a special exhibition. Held at the Idea Generation Gallery in Shoreditch, ‘Secret 7″‘ is a unique project held in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust. Run by Kevin King (Universal Music), The event sees seven artists submit a track each. Ben Howard, The Cure, Florence and The Machine, Noah and The Whale, CSS, DJ Shadow and Bombay Bicycle Club will see their tracks met with 700 7″ Vinyl sleeve designs from the country’s leading artists and designers. The exhibition opens to the public on Wednesday 17th April and will run until Sunday 22nd. All sleeves will be on sale on Saturday for National Record Store Day with 100% of the proceeds donated to Teenage Cancer Trust. The tracks contained within the sleeves and the designers who created the packaging will remain secret until the buyer has opened them. We are delighted to submit a set of four exclusive Quenched Music designs from our own Creative Director and co owner Ben Tallon in a one off collaboration with Andrew Thomson of Sector 4 Illustration, Matt Hollings and Kingsley Nebechi. Check out more details on the site here: http://www.secret-7.com/
We would like to say a massive thanks to all designers and Kevin King for this beautiful project.