Pulp Music Records was a DIY label. The only release seems to have been a three-track EP, 'Low Flying Aircraft', by Pulp Music (PB-1; 10/79). Presumably the record was financed by the band, which consisted of Paul Burwell and Anne Bean. The few examples that I have seen have had no labels at all, just the word 'LOW' or a number tippexed on to the naked vinyl; the sleeve had an equally home-made appearance. The music on the EP has been described as a fusion between Avant Garde and Punk. Pressing was by Polydor. Distributed By Pulp Music Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.