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    Angel She’s A Killer was a pet project of mine when I decided to stop playing music full time. I wanted something to funnel my creative energy in… Read More
    Angel She’s A Killer was a pet project of mine when I decided to stop playing music full time. I wanted something to funnel my creative energy into that was entirely my curation and creation. I loved that I had so many talented friends and I wanted to show them off, plus I am a huge vinyl fan so this was an obvious choice of medium for the project. Read Less
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Angel She’s A Killer was a pet project of mine when I decided to stop playing music full time. I wanted something to funnel my creative energy into that was entirely my curation and creation. I loved that I had so many talented friends and I wanted to show them off, plus I am a huge vinyl fan so this was an obvious choice of medium for the project.
 
 
From Norman Records, Leeds, April, 2008
This record left our Ant feeling happy.
We have a limited 10″ with art booklet all the way from sunny Ireland. Frend Volume One essentially a showcase for some fine visual artists and singer songwriters that includeAdrian Crowley, Goodtime John, MeNoFemBo ( Úna Mullally), and More Tiny Giants. The visual artists contributions come from. Lili Forberg, Aoife De Búrca, Ben Mullen and Caromy Corcoran AKA Crot,Laura Buckley, Sarah Fox, Patrick Mullen, Goodtime John and Adrian Crowley. I must admit that I’m only familiar with Adrian Crowley and Goodtime John so it’s refreshing to be exposed to some new talent. I’d love to go out on the piss in Ireland with Goodtime John. They serve pints of Smirnoff Ice there. No wonder Shane Mcgowan’s got no teeth.
 
 
From IMAGE Magazine, May, 2008
IN RECORD TIME
Spy played host to on of the year’s hottest parties when former bassist of JJ72 and Lluther, Sarah Fox launched her record label, Angel She’s A Killer’s first vinyl, Frend. Featuring four songs by different artists — Choice music nominee Adrian Crowley, Goodtime John, Úna Mullally’s MeNoFemBo, and More Tiny Giants — and accompanied by an inspiring booklet of works by eight visual artists, including photographer Lili Forberg, Aoife de Burca and Patrick Mullen, Frend is a multimedia treat. Over 300 guests arrived at the Dublin nightclub to join in the celebrations, including models Rachel Montague and Georgia Sapia, 2FM DJ Rick O’Shea and stylist Corina Gaffey. Guests sampled homemade cookies and bottles of Corona as Adrian Crowley played a selection of acoustic tunes, giving the crowd a taste of what was in store on the new album.