We're pleased and relieved to have completed a near-total redevelopment for World Music Network, based around a digital downloads store and augmented by tons of content; news, blog, event calendar, features, band competitions & more. This has been a big job and has kept us pretty busy for the last few months.
Showing our age here, as Magnetic Man are apparently a radical hybrid of at least three electronic sub-genres that we've never even heard of. Non Format supplied the styling.
Guess who's back
(from shutting the hens in).
Kathryn Tickell is a Northumbrian Smallpipes player & recording artist. She wins awards for this kind of thing by the cartload, and is well respected in the folk/trad. music community. She even plays the pipes and fiddle for St*ng.
We built the site with drinking buddies Kiosk.
A refresh for The Script's site — working with their sleeve designers Amp Visual. Client: RCA/Sony Music.
informationhurts.com — a site for new RCA signing Hurts.
A site for recent Deconstruction signing, Diagram Of The Heart.
Seminal label Deconstruction Records has been reactiviated, and we were asked to build this site for them based on their uncompromising new identity designed by Farrow.
Press-ing matters (No.2 in a series of 3)
And finally, this list wouldn't be complete without our friends at .net magazine, who feature us once again — this time showcasing our work for Studio Output.
Continuing our love affair with the design press, where our recent work for Studio Output gets scrutinised in true Britain's Got Talent style by the Creative Review Reader panel. No X's for us though.
—Process Journal 1
Press-ing matters (No.1 in a series of 3)
We start this quick roundup of recent publicity with a nice feature about us in the brand new Australian design publication Process Journal. Our work has never looked so good on Knight Vellum 140gsm.
Here come the girls (No.3 in a series of 3)
Ladies’ Week at Kleber wraps up with a site for new Mercury Records signing, Tiffany Page. Sounds like Lou Reed, looks like Susanna Hoffs. Sorta.
—Daisy Dares You
Here come the girls
(No.2 in a series of 3)
Continuing the theme, here's a site for new Jive Records signing Daisy Coburn a.k.a Daisy Dares You.
Daisy was 2 years old when we formed Kleber. Nuff said.
Here come the girls (No.1 in a series of 3)
Ladies’ Week at Kleber commences with a site for Amy Macdonald, supporting her 2nd album ‘A Curious Thing’.
We've just given Studio Output a brand new site for a brand new decade.
A 50’s-style toxic retro paint job for Epic Records' signing, Scouting For Girls.
A site to coincide with Sade's new album.
A portfolio site we created last summer for Jason Tozer, designed in Build.