New Catalogue & Recent Licences

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

Rock ‘N’ Roll Fumble

One of Britain's finest rock'n'roll revival bands, Fumble toured with David Bowie, Chuck Berry and Bill Haley and played thousands of gigs across the UK and Europe between the late 60s and early 80s.   Cherry Red now control the rights to Fumble's under-utilised back catalogue of recordings, consisting of four albums (Fumble [pictured], Poetry In Lotion, Rumble with Fumble! and It's

Jason Crest

Cherry Red now represent the rights for the recordings of psychedelic pop band Jason Crest, who hailed from Tonbridge, Kent. Between 1967 and 1969, they issued five singles, which have been frequently compiled since then.   Key tracks include 'Black Mass', 'Turquoise Tandem Cycle', 'Place In The Sun' and a cover of The Move's '(Here

Bon Scott’s Fraternity

Immortalised as one of rock's greatest front men at the helm of AC/DC, Bon Scott had previously served time with two other Australian rock bands.   Cherry Red already represent the rights to most of his work with late 60s pop/psychedelic group The Valentines. But now we're proud to announce we

Psychedelic Apples

If you say Apple, in relation to late 60s music, most people think of The Beatles. However, Apple was also the name taken by a Welsh psychedelic band.   Founded in 1968, they were signed by Larry Page to his Page One label and made two singles and a hugely collectable album in 1969, An Apple

Matt Deighton

Having served time with C86 indie band The Wolfhounds before more famously fronting early 90s Acid Jazz hipsters Mother Earth, singer and guitarist Matt Deighton went solo, as well as playing with the likes of Paul Weller, Beverley Martyn, Chris Difford and Steve Nieve.   We now represent five of Matt's subsequent

Matchbox On Fire!

Matchbox were at the vanguard of a burgeoning rockabilly / rock'n'roll revival in Britain across the 1970s.   This culminated in a purple patch, when the band enjoyed various chart hits. Immediately prior to this, in 1978, they issued an acclaimed album Settin' The Woods On Fire on Chiswick Records.   We're now the proud