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Siberia Records Announce Singles from Kirin J Callinan & Forces

Written by Michael Carr on October 6, 2011

Longtime Music Feeds favourites Siberia Records have just announced a dual release with Kirin J Callinan and their latest signing, Melbourne duo Forces as part of the Siberia Postcard Vinyl Series, that will see the tracks released on postcards – that’s right, postcards that you can play on a record player.

The release is strictly limited to 250 copies each, with no re-press, and is but the first in a series of new music that Siberia will be putting out in the coming months, and are sure to be snapped up by collectors and fans alike. Speaking of which, you can pre-order them here, and you can purchase a downloadable version here, as well as listen to the tracks.

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