2011 begins with a bang! A Soft UPdate

2011 has begun beautifully for us here at Soft Records. Following on from the boon of having Deviant Nature, Album Of The Week on FBi and 2SER, the album has been a Top 20, a Top Pick, it’s been playlisted and highly praised from radio around the country.
4ZZZ had this to say: “Having already been made feature album across a number of stations I thought we better pay more attention to the strangely psychedelic sounds floating out of Kevin Purdy’s corner of the world. Unsurprisingly it was well worth the effort. From cute slices of psych-pop to full blown prog epics, Deviant Nature is intricately detailed and lushly executed. In a time where a lot of mind-bending music gets put out, and a lot of it is very good, Purdy is some of the best”
Tim Ritchie announced on his program Sound Quality, “I’m pleased to say, this is a winner, I think it’s a winner record”
Paul Gough of Radio National’s Quiet Space and FBi’s Paul’s Playlunch voted the album #2 in his Top 20 for 2010.
On top of that Purdy has appeared on the Sound Lab on Triple J and the Night Air Live, with Brent Clough on Radio National, as well as a recieving fine review in Spectrum by Bernard Zuel, and it’s only been out for a matter of weeks.
Coming up we have the Deviant Nature Album Launch at the Red Rattler, 6 Faversham St, Marrickville, on the 18th of February.
This gig features a 5 piece band plus guests, reproducing a live version of the album plus sets by DJ mates Sir Robbo and Lars Cresta.
The door fee will be $18 / $15
Purdy will be appearing on FBi with Stephen Ferris and 2SER on the Band Next Door the week before the show, tune in for giveaways.
And even more news, a second show for the year will be at Raval, at the Macquarie Hotel, Wentworth Ave Surry Hills on wednesday the 23rd of March.
The Purdy band with be accompanied by a performance by the Maple Trail, plus DJ buddies.
Just a reminder that Deviant Nature (SOFT007) is available to buy direct via paypal on this blog, as well as through Waterfront Records, Red Eye and Missing Link.
You can also buy the album in Sydney from Red Eye Records, Title, So Music, Egg Records and Repressed Records, In Melbourne you can go to Missing Link and Greville St Records.
The album and tracks can be downloaded through iTunes, Amazon and many other suppliers.

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