Secret 7” takes 7 tracks from 7 of the best-known musicians around and presses each one 100 times to 7” vinyl. We then invite creatives from around the world to interpret the tracks in their own style for every 7”. 700 sleeves are exhibited and then sold for £50 apiece. You don’t know who created the sleeve, or even which song it’s for, until you have parted with your cash - the secret lies within.Discover the tracks Submit a sleeve Explore the archive
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The space is designed as a social, collaborative home for artists and communities working across music, art and technology. That aim is perfectly aligned with our mission and we look forward to putting on a show with
We are putting together a program of special event again this year, starting with sleeve making workshops with some very special hosts.See What's on
The exhibition is open to the public from Tuesday - Sunday, 10AM - 6.30PM
All our sleeves go on sale on a first come first served basis
Our personal favourite from Chvrches’ terrific 2015 album ‘Every Open Eye’. This synth pop track builds and build before exploding into something very special.
The oldest track we’ve ever pressed! Originally released in 1960, this song is the definition of timeless and continues to soundtrack magic moments.
Jack is destined for big things in 2016 having already bagged the BRITS Critics Choice. ‘Worry’ is taken from his debut album due in February.
Taken from the band’s 1977 debut album ‘In The City’. Only the title-track was released from that record, we think we're finally giving Art School the release it deserves.
Arguably the most iconic track of all time. As Rolling Stone once eloquently put it, “it is now impossible to imagine a world without "Imagine." And we need it, more than he ever dreamed”.
Taken from an 8 hour album which made Rough Trade’s top 5 albums of 2015 and is believed to be the longest single piece of classical music ever recorded. It’s also our first release with no lyrics!
Tame Impala’s third studio album ‘Currents’ was in the mix for pretty much every publications ‘Top Records of 2015’ and rightly so.