Steve Lamacq with Beck recorded live and the first part of Bedrooms and Hallways, a look at the indie labels who have set up from home. These varyfrom established outfits like Go Discs (Housemartins,
Paul Weller ) to new businesses like Fortuna Pop (the Butterflies of Love, Marine Research).
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