This article was published in 2007.

Leeds-based record label Brew Records will release a compilation album in December. The label started in June 2007 when Thomas Bellhouse received community grant funding from the Scarman Trust and set out, along with fellow enthusiast and musician Simon Glacken, to document more of the experimental music bursting out of Yorkshire.

The 16-track compilation will be officially released on 10th December 2007 through independent record shops and online, costing £5. The release will also be previewed at the Brew Records launch at the Brudenell Social Club (Leeds) on 8rd December with live performances from Humanfly, These Monsters plus guests. Advanced copies will be available on the night.

The tracklisting for the album includes songs by The Butterfly, i concur, The Plight, Year Of The Man, Solus Locus, Bilge Pump, The Pattern Theory, Cowtown, Mucky Sailor, Immune, Humanfly, Vessels, Glissando, Jon Gomm, These Monsters and Chickenhawk.

Brew Records Volume 1 can be pre-ordered now from the label's MySpace page.