Sunday Best

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London, United Kingdom

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Rob da Bank founded Sunday Best in February 1995, originally as a weekly Sunday night leftfield club with an ethos based on an anything goes musical policy plus mind blowing hallucinogenic visuals, good food, beer and cocktails. In 1997 Rob wanted an outlet for some of the amazing music he was hearing… and Sunday Best Recordings was born! The label in the early days was best known for releasing groundbreaking eclectic compilations that introduced the world to then unknown artists such as Groove Armada, Lemon Jelly and Bent. From 2003, Sunday Best’s own repertoire expanded significantly to feature an eclectic and talented roster of artists that has included the likes of Grand National, Max Sedgley, Lazyboy, Ebony Bones, Fear of Theydon, The Cuban Brothers, Misty’s Big Adventure, Subway, Kid Carpet, Kompis, Sportsday Megaphone, Plastic Operator, Solid State Revival, Kish Mauve, Christopher D Ashley, Bastila, The Hat, Lemonade, Boomclick, Daisy Daisy, Howdi and Alice McLaughlin. Jump forward to late 2011 and Sunday Best, still faithful to their ‘anything goes’ musical policy, find themselves at the very top of their game with the debut solo album by Hollywood icon David Lynch creating a buzz throughout the industry and The Cure‘s acclaimed 32 classic track Bestival Live 2011 album freshly released in aid of the Isle of Wight Youth Trust. Plus recent albums by Kitty Daisy & Lewis, Beardyman, Sound of Rum, dan le sac Vs Scroobius Pip, Dub Pistols, Lucky Elephant, David E. Sugar and more have gained them widespread acclaim. And 2012 is already looking like another spectacular year… Sunday Best is also the creative team behind the legendary and multi-award-winning Bestival and Camp Bestival festivals.

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