03.12.2012, Words by dummymag

No Pain In Pop are selling some rare test pressings for charity

Get yourself a piece of 21st century pop history while helping to raise money for homeless young people, with vinyl pressings from Grimes and Forest Swords.

London-based imprint No Pain In Pop are offering you the chance to get your hands on some super rare test pressings from the label’s back catalogue, with all proceeds going to Centre Point, a charity that offers shelter and guidance to homeless young people in the UK.

Among the most enticing wax on offer, each only being one of five ever produced, are a 12 inch pressing of Grimes’ debut album ‘Geidi Primes’, and the dub-psychedelics of Forest Swords’ ‘Rattling Cage/Hjurt’ on 7 inch. Other listings come from Veronica Falls, Telepathe and Trailer Trash Tracys – follow the links to view their ebay pages.

Bids are sure to fly in quick, so you’d be advised to get in there soon to avoid disappointment. A potentially excellent way to support a good cause and pick up a memorable stocking filler for someone this Christmas.

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