DIY label established 2005



Jason Kerley


The big news on the streets this month is the release of Jason Kerley - ‘Infinit’ CDR. Better known for his beautiful illustration work and breakbeat project Blackpepper, Dorset based artist Jason Kerley unveils a more experimental side with his debut album featuring 19 sound based pieces. Lovingly packaged in white digi-pack cases, hand numbered edition of 100 with a personal pen squiggle on each by Mr Kerley himself, plus insert and label sticker featuring one of a series of 8 different designs.

Here is a short animation made by Jason featuring music taken from ‘Infinit’ to promote the album.


All orders placed before the 31st of April will recieve a FREE copy of Dead Wood - ‘Amber’ CDR (DirtyCDR 043).
This disc clocks in at just over 35 minutes, features 7 tracks, and WILL NOT be available in the shop or distros. ‘Amber’ is a limited edition of 100 copies, rubber stamped disc with insert and each cover contains a section of various photographs taken from my own personal collection. The only way to get one is by placing an order this month.

In other news, Dirty Demos will be slowing down it’s CDR release schedule slightly and concentrating on a few vinyl releases again. I recently did a small interview for web zine Tokafi which explains more and can be found here.

Lastly, A big thanks to those who attended the church show at the end of last month. It was a very special evening and nice to see some new faces there. Unfortunently Arcam from London couldn’t make it, so instead we were treated to a stylophone work out by Nemeton, and a short debut sinewave and clatter collaboration by Dead Wood and Phantom Heron Seas.
Jason Kerley hit us with some jagged glitch and shards of broken sounds, then Yaaard stepped up with with some blissful electronica and vocals. We were delighted to witness his amazing cover of Chaka Demus and Pliers - ‘Tease Me’, real nice touch I thought.
To round off the night No Context were joined by Dogeeseseegod for an hour set of drone, clatter and clang, vocal acrobatics, circuit bent toys, zither, turntable abuse and all things good.

Special thanks goes out to Jason, Chris, Wayne and Steve - We love you all. There should be some video footage recorded from the evening floating around the internet sometime soon.




Dirty Demos is a UK based experimental label, releasing limited edition 7” vinyl, cassette and CDR.


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