January 2016 gets off to a cosmic bang with the unveiling of the debut release from new Manchester private press label Nevertime Records. Crate-digger Dom Thomas (Whyte Horses) bring together his favourite musical discoveries hoarded from DJ jaunts across the world. Assembling an anti-compilation of vintage and contemporary music from lesser known and obscure artists ranging from the late sixties to the present day. Disparate music that defies catergorisation and mixtape sensibili-ties are the order of the day, a definite statement echoing the sign of the times. Thomas presents a mutilated Back to Mine hybrid, allow-ing songs from different times and genres to rub shoulders together. Cosmic Disco is pitted against Aussie minimal post-rock, circular tripped out electronic dubs fade into instrumentals that could have soundtracked an opium-den era Ira Cohen photoshoot. Lesser known and unheralded heros find a new outlet, some songs seeing their first outing on vinyl. These lovingly crafted albums come housed in zebra-flecked hand made wibalin sleeve with hand-stamped artwork and insert. As a bonus track to round off proceedings is the first ever recorded piece of work by The Go! Team's Ian Parton, Dom's co-writer on some of the recently sought after Whyte Horses recordings. Keep an eye out in 2016 for more releases from this instantly collectable vinyl-only label producing. Strictly short run compilations, new music and re-issues featuring guest contributors are soon to be revealed..