Split has happy ending

TALENTED trio Standard Fare celebrate the release of their forthcoming split single with One Happy Island through the miracle of gig on Monday.

The Derbyshire via Sheffield band are the first 'product' from city label Thee Sheffield Phonographic Corporation, putting their seven-inch vinyl EP out there on January 31.

It follows last year's accomplished debut album The Noyelle Beat - described as "close to perfection" by Artrocker – and precedes TSPC's second release, namely a second album from Slow Down Tallahassee.

Curly Cuh is out on February 21.

Japanese Sleepers and Stoke indie sweeteners Horowitz support Standard Fare at their launch at The Redhouse on Monday.

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