Moshi Moshi Records is excited to announce their foray on to North American soil with the spring release of albums from Slow Club (March 30th, 2009) and The Wave Pictures (April 27th, 2009). The much-loved UK indie label has garnered a reputation over the past decade for exquisite taste. Aside from the brilliant aforementioned acts, they have played a significant role in launching, fostering, and participating in the careers of artists and bands including Bloc Party, Hot Chip, Kate Nash, Lykke Li, Florence and The Machine, The Drums, Au Revoir Simone, and Mates of State among many others.

Spring 2010 will see the North American release of indie pop darlings Slow Club’s full length debut Yeah, So, and a double CD set from lo-fi literary troubadours The Wave Pictures comprised of their two most recent UK releases If You Leave It Alone, and Instant Coffee Baby. Success at home across the sea, a few dates played in the states over the last year, and word of mouth have earned both bands a burgeoning cadre of Yankee fans. Slow Club was recently featured as a Paste “Best of What’s Next,” while The Wave Pictures picked up honors from Spin as one of the “10 Best Albums You Might Have Missed In 2009”.

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