August 19, 2004 8:15


The cult Scottish indie label launches an online music store - with a few choice rarities available...

Cult indie label CHEMIKAL UNDERGROUND is going digital.

The Glasgow-based company, which is run by Delgados and gave the world Mogwai, Delgados and Aerogramme, launches its digital music store this week.

The label’s entire back catalogue is now available for worldwide download, including currently unavailable tracks such as Delgados' debut single ‘Monica Webster’ and Mogwai’s sought after ‘No Education’ EP.

Music is available to buy either as albums or individual tracks, and files are compatible with all existing digital music players.

To celebrate the launch, the label are giving away an iPod loaded with the entire back catalogue, including the forthcoming [a][/a] album ‘Universal Audio’.

To enter, just sign up to the label’s mailing list at The draw will take place on ‘Universal Audio’'s release date, September 20.

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