Inventory management exercise

UPDATE: Hilariously, our e-commerce plug-in has stopped working, so it's currently impossible to buy anything! If you can't wait for this to be sorted, please e-mail your order to info (at) antigenrecords (dot) com and I will sort it out personally. Thanks for your patience. Welcome to the antigen records winter sale. There's 50% off everything* in the webstore until the end of January!

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Rory and Ned on Riviera FM

We've had fun listening to some crazy local radio hi-jinks this year, mostly involving Nathaniel Robin Mann. But in the absence of a podcast, we have to imagine what went on this evening, when Rory and Ned were invited to be guests on Jackson Cooper's show on Devon's Riviera FM. In my head, it was something like an episode of The League of Gentlemen.

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Rory and Ned hit the trail

Rory and Ned (and Sam) hit the road for a handful of dates in April and May, including a triumphant return to the Liverpool Tattoo Convention, where they ripped it up in 2013.

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Friday night festive fun

We’re going out with a bang… or more accurately with ridiculously action-packed Friday night of light entertainment, courtesy of some of the biggest names on the antigen roster. The rural backwater of East Anglia is the only place to be, as Dead Rat Orchestra return to Colchester Arts Centre for their annual Christmas show with Danish oddball Goodiepal. Support is provided by Lee Ashcroft. Also in Colchester, the mighty Dingus Khan take their onstage antics to Tribal. Further east, Rory and Ned return to Ipswich for a one-off show at the Steamboat.In Norwich, Henry Homesweet makes his newly adopted hometown debut with…

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Fighting Music mini-tour

Rory and Ned follow up the launch of new album Fighting Music with run of live dates in the South East. This is another great opportunity to witness the trendsetting dance moves of Ned Rundell. On 7 July, he treated the audience at the Oak to some obviously well-practised white boy twerking. His mum looked a bit concerned, but the old men at the bar loved it.

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