Double Hip Records was a DIY label. It's only release was the first single by The Associates, Boys Keep Swinging' (DH-1; 8/79). Released on their own independent Double Hip Records label. It brought the band to the attention of MCA Records, who reissued it (MCA-537; 10/79). The Associates went on to record for several more companies, including Fiction and WEA, and hit the Charts seven times in the '80s. Associate Billy Mackenzie put out a single called 'Ice Cream Factory' on Double Hip in 1982, under the guise of 'Mackenzie Sings Orbidoig' (MAK-1. "Boys Keep Swinging" is a song by English singer-songwriter David Bowie. It was released as a single from the album Lodger on 27 April 1979. The Associates were a Scottish post-punk and new wave band of the late 1970s. They were known for the unique voice of singer Billy Mackenzie. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.