FatCat Records have provided a Christmas hamper full of purrfect prizes for ClashMusic readers to get their PAWS on.
2012 marked the 15th anniversary of FatCat operating as a label, and it was a vintage year for the Brighton based independent. Having began life as a tiny independent record store in Crawley back in 1990, FatCat later moved it's premises to a Covent Garden basement before settling on the south coast in its current incarnation as a record label.
Having previously discovered the likes of Sigur Ros, Múm, Frightened Rabbit, Animal Collective and No Age, 2012 saw Fatcat put out acclaimed records from PAWS and U.S Girls, both of which are included in the hamper they've provided us with.
Have a look at the full contents below:
U.S. Girls - Limited risograph print.
Hauschka - 'Salon Des Amateurs' risograph print.
U.S. Girls - 'GEM' vinyl LP.
Twilight Sad - 'No One Can Ever Know' - The Remixes LP vinyl
PAWS - 'Cokefloat!' LP vinyl
Hauschka - Salon De Amateurs - Remix EP-1 vinyl
Hauschka - 'Salon Des Amateurs - Remix EP-2 vinyl
Twilight Sad - 'No One Can Ever Know' CD
Sylvain Chauveau -'Simple' CD
'Words in Flux' - Semiconductor DVD
All you need to provide us with to win the lot is the answer to the following question... how many people make up U.S Girls?