Tin Angel Records was founded by Richard Guy, owner of The Tin Angel café and live music venue based in Coventry, and launched in 2007 with Devon Sproule’s Keep Your Silver Shined. The album received critical acclaim and led to Sproule appearing live on Later… with Jools Holland. Other notable records for the label in 2007 were by Paul Curreri and Adrian Crowley, with Crowley’s album Long Distance Swimmer receiving a nomination for the 2007 Choice Music Prize. In 2008, Tin Angel released the self-titled album by Polar Bear, the follow-up to their Mercury Music Prize-nominated Held On The Tips Of Fingers. The label has since released records by the likes of Baby Dee, Charlie Parr and Evening Hymns (whose album Spectral Dusk was longlisted for the 2013 Polaris Music Prize and branched into book publishing in 2012 with the release of Little Annie’s autobiography You Can’t Sing The Blues While Drinking Milk. Tin Angel hosted a showcase at North by Northeast 2013 in Toronto.

Nicholas Krgovich releases new video for 'Along the PCH on Oscar Night' New album ‘On Sunset’ out September 22nd via Tin Angel Records

Nicholas Krgovich releases new video

Nicholas Krgovich releases  full-length studio album On Sunseton September 23rd (UK). He recently premiered his new video ‘Along The PCH On Oscar Night’. The video was shot over two days…

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OPAL ONYX announce debut LP DELTA SANDS 25th Aug, Give away new track Black and Crimson’ from their debut album ‘DELTA SANDS’ out August 25TH via Tin Angel

OPAL ONYX announce debut LP, Share Single

Brooklyn based duo Opal Onyx are set to release their debut album, Delta Sands, 25th August on Tin Angel Records. From experimental electronic basements to psychedelic loft spaces of Bushwick in Brooklyn, Opal Onyx have been welcomed, with:

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