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Analogue Catalogue is a small indie label and a big analogue studio complex.
Formed in 2000 in Manchester by Julie McLarnon, it is now located in the Mountains of Mourne in the North of Ireland.
Julie McLarnon is a recording engineer and record producer, known for working solely to analogue tape. The label was started to self release Julie's project Bridget Storm, she then produced and released the debut solo album from Frances McKee (half of Scottish indie cult heroes The Vaselines). Manchester songsmith Aidan Smith then jumped ship from Badly Drawn Boy's Twisted Nerve label to join Analogue Catalogue along with Sheffield's art rock madman Supreme Vagabond Craftsman.
Following the demise of indie record distributors Pinnacle and the birth of her 2nd daughter Juno, the label went to sleep in 2008. It reawoke in 2019 with the release of an award nominated single by Belfast indie riff masters Buí.
2020 sees the Analogue Catalogue records return to full power with the release of an Epic debut single and video from Aoife Wolf, more from Buí and gems from the ACAT back catalogue.