New Catalogue & Recent Licences

Byzantine Rock

Formed during the Progressive Rock boom at the dawn of the 1970s, London-based band Byzantium made two now collectable albums for A&M - Byzantium and Seasons Changing - which were followed by a self-released effort, Live & Studio. Founder member Jamie Rubenstein had previously been in Ora, who made an obscure eponymous LP for the independent Tangerine

Pink Skies Ahead

Written and directed by Kelly Oxford and starring Rosa Salazar, Mary J. Blige and Henry Winkler, Pink Skies Ahead is the title of a new independent comedy-drama telling the story of a young woman who struggles with an anxiety disorder after dropping out of school. Premiered as part of SXSW's virtual-only film competition in March, Pink

A Huge Folk Heritage!

From the late 1960s to the 1980s, Alan Green was a one-man cottage industry, recording and releasing over 200 folk and country albums, based largely around local acts playing in Wales and the North West of England. Alan ran several labels, including Folk Heritage, Midas and Westwood. As the records were pressed in

1995: J.P. Sunshine

We recently acquired a batch of obscure psychedelic albums involving DIY maestro Rod Goodway.   Down the years, Rod made numerous albums, which only received limited release on cassette or privately-pressed vinyl.   We're now home to such hidden gems by J.P.Sunshine (issued 25 years ago but actually dating from the

Undead Post-Punk

Formed in South London in the late 70s, The Disco Zombies were typical of the "DIY" bands championed by DJ John Peel. Across 1978/79, they self-released three EPs, 'Drums Over London', The Invisible E.P. and 'Here Come The Buts', as well as another EP as Fifty Fantastics, on their

Black Star Riders’ Finest Hour

Fronted by Northern Irish rocker Ricky Warwick, alongside ex-members of Thin Lizzy (including guitarist Scott Gorham), Black Star Riders have made a mark on the classic rock world of the past decade with a string of albums on Nuclear Blast. We now represent some of the band's key tracks

Alternative Eurostar

Alternative TV were at the vanguard of the original Punk scene of the late 1970s. Led by Sniffin' Glue fanzine writer Mark Perry, they released a string of incendiary 45s, including the clarion call that was 'Action Time Vision' in 1978.   The track is being used for a major new continental TV and online

Girls Strike Back

Strike Back is a hugely popular UK/US action-adventure/spy-drama TV series based on a novel by former S.A.S. soldier Chris Ryan, available to view in the UK on Sky One. First aired in the spring, Season 8 includes, in its soundtrack to one episode, 'Getting Nowhere Fast', a post-punk

1970: Take Your Medicine Head

Five decades ago,  Radio 1 DJ John Peel launched his own record label, Dandelion. And one of their strongest signings were blues/roots band Medicine Head, who tasted chart success with hits like '(And The) Pictures In The Sky'.   In addition to their debut album New Bottles

1965: The Mickey Finn Are Good Sports

The Mickey Finn were a London-based beat/R&B band who recorded for a variety of labels across the Sixties.   Produced by Shel Talmy (The Who, The Kinks), their 1965 single, a version of Ian Whitcomb's 'The Sporting Life', has just been used in HBO's US TV mini-series I Know This Much Is True.   Based on