Welcome to Snowstar Records, a Dutch indie label since 2003. Make yourself at home, feel free to listen to our releases and let us know what you think. Enjoy the music!
11 oct 18
Due to technical problems our webshop isn't available at the moment.
In the meantime you can order all our releases on Bandcamp.
We're very sorry for the inconvenience, and are working hard to solve this problem as soon as possible.
04 oct 18
Town of Saints just released their new album 'Celebrate'. After releasing the songs ‘Up In Smoke’, ‘Weeds’ and title track ‘Celebrate’ their third album is now available everywhere. The band will also go on tour through Germany and The Netherlands. Tickets are on sale now.
How will we behave when the 'end of the world' is suddenly imminent? The third album of Town of Saints, ‘Celebrate’, is not about the end of the world itself, but about human behaviour around the apocalypse. At the same time it’s symbolic for leaving behind a chaotic, unpredictable time.
27 sep 18
Dutch vintage pop band Donna Blue is back with an exciting new single called ‘1 2 3’, I's a cheeky French song about the lack of passion in a relationship. inspired by 60’s yé yé movement. Instead of a regular music video, the couple behind Donna Blue chose to create a visual monologue alongside the song. Used to announce the single to the public, it shows intimate footage, strengthening the nostalgic feeling of longing for the perfect relationship.
Listen to 1 2 3 right here.
20 sep 18
I am Oak releases a new single and video called 'Golden Pavilion' today!
Before heading out on tour in Japan together with Kim Janssen, I am Oak releases new single ‘Golden Pavilion’ which is now available everywhere. After releasing their last studio album ‘Our Blood’ on Japanese label Sign-Pole Records, I am Oak will now go to Tokyo to play four shows. ‘Golden Pavilion’ is based upon Kinkaku-ji, a Temple in Kyoto. Thijs Kuijken (I am Oak) made the video accompanying the single himself.
In light of the four upcoming shows in Japan, I am Oak decided to write a new song for the occasion. Thijs Kuijken: “I grabbed my Casio SK-1 keyboard, which is a Japanese invention, fired up its built-in ‘Rock’ rhythm and went to work on a song inspired by Japan. This song became 'Golden Pavilion'”.
13 sep 18