After closing the doors to their physical space in summer 2019, Hot Salvation has been busy growing and expanding their online distro. We are chuffed that they will have a stall at this year's festival where you’ll be able to pick up releases from the labels they have been working with and some rare warehouse finds.
They’ll be in The Clearing all weekend.
Hot Salvation was formally set up in 2014 by Natalie Barker and George Clift. Functioning as record label, physical record shop and festival curators, Hot Salvation has evolved and now works in close partnership with Brighton's Phantom Limb to bring new and underground international music releases to the UK and EU as part of their distribution network. Labels included are Singapore's Evening Chants and Kitchen, as well as Seance Centre, figureight, Orange Milk, Where To Now?, Bedroom Community, Unseen Worlds and more recently, Tashi Wada's Saltern label, Lamin Fofana's Sci-Fi and Fantasy have joined the roster with more planned for 2020.