Our forthcoming release Orange Blossom’s Everything Must Change has arrived it will be released on 16th March 2015 and is available to pre-order now

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This glorious rush of European electro beats, West African polyrhythms, Arabic and Middle Eastern melodies and all out rock, captures Orange Blossom at its best. This is music to dive into, bliss out to and make you giddy. Originally released in 2005 it is still just as relevant, joyous and heart stirring. A testament to the timelessness of this cross-cultural gem.


This delicious slice of vinyl will be released in January 2015 along with its companion USB stick which includes all album tracks from the record plus tracks Bendimina (My Heart is Aching) and Ayoub, alongside album notes, artwork and pictures be sure and order yours soon!



Our first vinyl outing Sheema Mukherjee’s debut album “Sheema” is available with companion USB card containing high quality music files and Street Spirit video.

Click here for a lovely review in The Observer by Neil Spencer

You can listen to clips of the tracks below



About ECC100 Records


Taking inspiration from the golden age of music in Britain, ECC100 releases vinyl records of the finest quality.

Hearkening back to a time when albums were eagerly anticipated, rushed straight home to the record player and listened to in one delicious sitting. A time when each and every element of the music, art, sleeve notes and lyrics were dissected, digested, discussed and enjoyed.

ECC100 seeks out exceptional new original music, explores the quirky and eclectic and celebrates the back catalogues of artists that we have loved for many years.

The artwork and notes surrounding ECC100 records are an extension of the music curated with respect for the compositions. The companion USB cards contain the highest quality sound files and additional media to enhance the listening experience.

In a world full of throwaway digital downloads and slews of singles ECC100 puts out albums designed to allow music fans to stop, sit and listen to the music, in all its glory, just as the artists intended.