15 June 2010
We are exited to announce that Sam Amidon's album I See The Sign and Ben Frost's album By The Throat are now both available on vinyl. These albums have been specially mastered for vinyl and have unseen album artwork specifically designed for this format. They can be bought from all good record stores and from the following online locations:
29 March 2010
Sam Amidon’s wonderful new solo album titled I See The Sign is now available.
This much anticipated follow up to Sam’s 2008 album All Is Well is already receiving rave reviews from the press.
17 March 2010
We are pleased to announce an exclusive pre-order offer for Sam Amidon's new album I See The Sign right here on the Bedroom Community website.
The official release date is March 29th, but if you pre-order the CD-digipak from our store you will receive an immediate download of the entire album, the CD will then be posted to you shortly.
Click here to order I See The Sign and start enjoying the music posthaste. (And while you're at it, remember to pick up other delicious Bedroom Community releases, either in a digital or physical format!)
22 February 2010
The official release of Valgeir Sigurðsson’s Draumalandið is today!
This is an original-soundtrack album from the film Dreamland, with music written for a 20 piece chamber ensemble and electronics. The recording features Nico Muhly (arrangements, piano, celesta, harmonium), Sam Amidon (vocals, banjo, guitar) Ben Frost (electronics), Hildur Guðnadóttir (cello), Borgar Magnason (double bass), Nadia Sirota (viola) and Daníel Bjarnason (piano-preparation).
Get your copy HERE. (also on Amazon, iTunes, etc.)
30 January 2010
We are now shipping Daníel Bjarnason’s debut album Processions. You can order a CD digipak or buy the record digitally.. An instantly downloadable code comes bundled with every CD purchase and the download includes Bonus Materials Extravaganza*
“Bedroom Community (whose last release was Ben Frost’s By the Throat), has shown remarkable prescience in choosing this album as its first release of 2010. The year may be in its infancy, but to this reviewer, Processions is already the one to beat.”
—The Silent Ballet