New Catalogue

‘Scanni’ – the new electro-acoustic collaboration from Scanner & Anni Hogan

An exciting electro-acoustic collaboration, new album Scanni fuses the sensibilities of pianist/arranger Anni Hogan (Marc & The Mambas, Marc Almond) with the avant-garde noise production and curation of electronic musician/sampler Scanner, aided by a wealth of guest musicians/vocalists from the alternative music scene (Martin Bowes

Eyes Of Blue titles now available for license!

Welsh band Eyes Of Blue might not be a household name but they made two highly-regarded albums for Mercury Records in the late 1960s. The Crossroads Of Time (1968) and In Fields Of Ardath (1969) are both now available to licence from Cherry Red. Neither

Paul Roland solo catalogue available for license through Cherry Red

Singer-songwriter Paul Roland has been writing vaguely sinister, often psychedelic songs since the late 1970s, melding gothic Victorian imagery with dark lyrics and 60s-influenced music. His entire solo catalogue is now represented by Cherry Red, to sit alongside other artists touched by the hand of

The Telescopes’ Creation Records catalogue now represented by Cherry Red

Hailing from Burton-on-Trent, The Telescopes emerged in 1988 with a raucous, psychedelic sound which won much acclaim. Cherry Red now represents the band's recordings for Creation Records 1990-1992. These include their Indie hits 'Precious Little', 'Everso', 'Flying' and 'Celeste', some of which were dreamier and

Melanie catalogue available to license through Cherry Red

Melanie made her name in the early 1970s with hits like 'Brand New Hey' and 'Lay Down (Candles In The Rain)'. Between 1972 and 1975, Melanie made four albums for her own label Neighborhood (Stoneground Words, As I See It Now, Madrugada, Sunset And Other

The Moody Blues added to Cherry Red’s catalogue

The Moody Blues' mid-Sixties recordings have been out-of-print for over a decade now. Finally, their early hits - namely, 'Go Now!' (a UK No. 1 and US Top 10), 'Everyday', 'From The Bottom Of My Heart' and 'I Don’t Want To Go On Without You'

Cherry Red to Represent David Essex Titles

Cherry Red is proud to announce the representation of several David Essex albums from the late 1970s and early 1980s (Hot Love, Imperial Wizard, Be-Bop The Future, Stage Struck, The Whisper, This One's For You), alongside several hit singles such as 'Oh What A Circus' (No. 3, 1978) and 'Me And My