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bearsuit artists include :
magnitophono / harold nono / bunny & the electric horsemen / jimmy rosso / taub / anata wa sukkari tsukarete shimai / haq / kirameki / emlp / jikan ga nai / yu-chi / aging children / hospital neon / n-qia / whizz kid...
anata wa sukkari tsukarete shimai (awsts) - "the lost charles underscore" (BS023 - 2013) - now available from Bearsuit Records, i-Tunes, Amazon, Spotify etc.
jikan ga nai - "plenty time" (BS022 - 2013) - now available from Bearsuit Records, i-Tunes, Amazon, Spotify etc.
ageing children - "ageing children" (BS021 - 2013) - now available from Bearsuit Records, i-Tunes, Amazon, Spotify etc.
haq - "nocturnals" (BS020 - 2013) - now available from Bearsuit Records, i-Tunes, Amazon, Spotify etc.
yu-chi / anata wa sukkari tsukarete shimai - "the original magnetic light parade" (BS019 - 2012) now available from i-Tunes, Amazon, Spotify, etc.
jimmy rosso - "32.32" (BS018 - 2012) now available from i-Tunes, Amazon, Spotify etc.
various artists : "run over by an elevator" (BS017 -2012) now available from i-Tunes, Amazon, Spotify, etc.
debut album from bunny & the electric horsemen, "fall apart in my backyard" (BS015) - now available from i-Tunes, Amazon etc. - and bearsuit records
the press have said :
The fearlessly inventive and always exciting Bearsuit label returns with a collection of experimental electronic works [v/a : "run over by an elevator"] spotlighting the best and brightest of the (predominantly) Scottish and Japanese electronics scene.
Bearsuit Records, a label that scurries away from cliché and stereotypes like silverfish from sunshine. [bunny & the electric horsemen - "fall apart in my backyard"] Like the other albums I have heard on this label (harold nono/awsts) this is f****** brilliant. Baffling, surreal and totally idiosyncratic...
The skewed brilliance of Bearsuit Records [have] recently brought us the likes of Bunny and the Electric Horsemen, Jimmy Rosso and Haq, among a whole load of other creative and brilliant artists.
Purveyors of the weird, the wired, the wayward and quite frankly wonky, this collective prides itself on scouring the global airwaves for strange sonic communications and offering safe haven to those aural alchemists operating on the distant outer post markers of pops cosmos.
[God is in the TV]
The amazingly brilliant Bearsuit Records - everything they release is either totally fantastic or ass-shakingly wonderful - depending on your choice of improvised adjective...
[Behind Closed Doors]
Scottish indie company who specialise in experimental music from all over the world …that there are many trans-national collaborations is another asset of a small yet fine indie label that does its best to present original music to the world. Experimentalists will have a field day!
...those nice people over at Bearsuit who in recent times have puzzled, perplexed and playfully messed with our heads courtesy of releases by the likes of kirameki, whizz kid and anata wa sukkari tsukarete shimai...
[Tales From The Attic]
If there’s one label you can rely on to produce oddball electronica, it would be Bearsuit Records, whose worldwide range of artists is matched by a similar amount of invention.
The artists here are not afraid to experiment and to take the musical format of their choice to new territories ; and for that I thank both them and Bearsuit Records for opening up those new vistas for me.
[v/a : captain woof woofs guitar] A nice compilation where melody and experimentation meet.
Having for my sins not heard of Bearsuit Records before, I can safely say they’re a jolly good record label. This sampler [v/a : captain woof woofs guitar] showcases the real creativity of what they have to offer, and experimental it most certainly is.
A label fast establishing a reputation for cosmopolitan and experimental electronic music. Bearsuit have assembled a roster of talent who want to do something different. In these times of imitations and revivals, they should be applauded for that. [awsts EP] Overall, it’s another winner from Bearsuit Records who seem to have a never-ending supply of wayward geniuses on their roster.
[AWSTS : ‘Sweetness & Light’]. This release has the familiar Bearsuit name tattooed to its backside which should at least give those of you who pay attention to such things fair warning that what probably lies within is guaranteed to be something unlike anything you’ve heard or experienced before.
[The Sunday Experience]