Category Archives: condate projects

We like music, you like music, here is some music…

So, over a sporadic period of time we have been making these Spotify playlists that are made up of each person at the label’s top tracks over that time. Sometimes they come together quite well. Other times they are lists … Continue reading

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Condate Records & Dose of Metal…

When you run a small DIY outfit like ours it can be hard at times to fit it all in around life. We don’t make any money from this and it is done purely out of the love of the … Continue reading

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…and you’re back in the room.

It’s been a while. We use the word “while” because it is kind of the softest way of saying “it’s been too long”. The months in between our last update about the release of Split Roast and it’s subsequent excellent … Continue reading

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Condate Projects number two (haha number two…)

Over the next few weeks we are going to be uploading a bunch of gig footage from Colonel Blast and Face of Christ for you to download and watch completely free! Keep an eye out for the links and spread … Continue reading

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2011 – The only way is UP, BABY! You and me, NOW.

So out goes 2010 and in comes 2011. In February it will be a year since we set up Condate Records and in that time we have had some really cool things happen. Colonel Blast released their debut “For the … Continue reading

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Podcast numero duh

So here it is in all it’s majesty, Condate Records podcast number 2. And what a number two it is… Enjoy. Download. Spread it like a prison pussy.

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