Marshall Teller Records was started in the summer of 2010 by Leon Diaper and friends, with the idea to champion new music that we would want on vinyl, something special. MT001 would set the mood for the label, with a four way split 7″, featuring friends Dignan Porch, Cheatahs, Not Cool and Colours. From the start all the bands were very much involved with the release, Nathan from Cheatahs designing the label logo, Criag Bowers [Sleep All Day Records and Weird Dreams] giving some much needed guidance and Joe Walsh [Dignan Porch] helping with the press side.

With all the help and involvement, the first record was a great success and it sold out within a few months.

Following the four way split we have managed to release Total Slacker from New York our first international act, Weird Dreams, Warms Brains and even have chart success with the The Vaccines.

Almost 2 years on we have released 13 records, 2 albums, various EPs and 7″s, and hope to have the opportunity to keep on doing so!

As a label we aim to bring a very hands on approach to releasing music, with the main aim to help promote new bands and new music.

The History of Apple Pie shares the Wes Anderson inspired video for "Jamais Vu,"

The History of Apple Pie shares new video

This week marks the release of The History of Apple Pie’s sophomore album ‘Feel Something,’ out September 30 via Marshall Teller Records. Today the band shares their video for “Jamais Vu.” The video’s vibrant color palette and compositional elements were influenced by Jean-Luc Godard’s ‘Weekend’ and Wes Anderson’s:

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Review of The History Of Apple Pie's New LP 'Feel Something'
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Review of The History Of Apple Pie’s New LP

English rock band, The History of Apple Pie are to release their second album Feel Something at the end of this month on Marshal Teller Records. Following last year’s release Out of View, this album is also produced and engineered by the band’s guitarist Jerome Watson with engineering by Joshua Third of The Horrors as well:

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The History of Apple Pie shares new track "Jamais Vu" from their upcoming album 'Feel Something' out September 30th via Marshall Teller records

The History of Apple Pie shares “Jamais Vu”

The History Of Apple Pie are set to release their second album ‘Feel Something’ onSeptember 30 via Marshall Teller Records. Recently the group shared the first taste of the upcoming release with the psych-pop track “Tame.” Today they share album:

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The History of Apple Pie shares video for "Tame," new album 'Feel Something' out Sept 30th on Marshall Teller records

The History of Apple Pie shares “Tame” Video

The History Of Apple Pie are set to release their second album ‘Feel Something’ on September 30 via Marshall Teller Records. Recently the group shared the first taste of the upcoming release with the psych-pop track “Tame.” Today they share the VHS:

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HUMAN HAIR share 'Dinner Date' video their Debut album ‘My Life as a Beast and Lowly Form’ is out now on Marshall Teller/Bad Vibrations

HUMAN HAIR share ‘Dinner Date’ video

Set to headline the Marshall Teller/Bad Vibrations All-Dayer at London’s Shacklewell Arms tomorrow (Saturday 26th July) – alongside performances from nine bands including Echo Lake, Parlour, Dignan Porch and Warm Brains – Human Hair,

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The History of Apple Pie announces second album 'Feel Something,' shares new track "Tame," The LP comes out onSeptember 30th via Marshall Teller records

The History of Apple Pie Announce New Album

‘Feel Something’ follows up last year’s critically acclaimed ‘Out Of View’, and features ten brand new tracks. The album was recorded over the last few months at Sublime Studios in London, and like it’s predecessor was produced and engineered,

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PARLOUR return with new track 'Devil's Eyes' and live dates inc. London's Birthdays tonight

PARLOUR Return With New Song ‘Devil’s Eyes’

Having caused a stir a year ago with the debut of the track ‘My Love’, on Marshall Teller’s second birthday compilation, psychgazers Parlour return with new song ‘Devil’s Eyes’, plus three additional band members and a plethora of live dates.

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