New Catalogue & Recent Licences

Bring On The Broughtons!

We're proud to announce the acquisition of four albums by legendary progressive rock act The Edgar Broughton Band: Bandages (1975), Parlez-Vous English? (1979), Live Hits Harder! (1979) and Superchip (1982).   In related news, Cherry Red also represent the rights to five albums by occasional Broughton Creepy John Thomas, who made two collectable prog LPs in 1969/70, Creepy John Thomas and Brother

Them Psychedelic Gypsies

After Van Morrison disbanded what were indisputably Northern Ireland's finest R&B band, Them, in 1966, some members re-emerged with a new band, The Belfast Gypsies.   Playing a tougher, more psychedelic style of R&B (now often labelled freakbeat), they made just one album, entitled Them Belfast Gypsies (issued on Sonet) in 1967 before dissolving. Cherry Red now represent the rights

Rupert Hine Is Thinking….

In the mid-1980s, renowned producer Rupert Hine created synth pop solo project Thinkman presented as a group, with actors hired for live / TV appearances (including Julian Clary as keyboardist Leo Hurll!).   Fighting Apathy With Shock is the title of a new compilation of Thinkman's recordings, which are now available for licence.

Chris, Bill…And Jean

American DJ/record producer Chris Malinchak has been making music for nearly a decade.   One of Chris's recent tracks, 'Photograph', sampled a Be Bop Deluxe song, 'Jean Cocteau', taken from their classic 1975 album Futurama and written by their singer/frontman Bill Nelson.   Rights to all of Be Bop Deluxe's original albums are available from Cherry Red.

1980: Do It With Mataya Clifford

Born in Zimbabwe, Mataya Clifford Chewaluza moved to London in 1967 and recorded for a variety of labels before ending up at North London-based Do It Records in 1980.   Clifford's sole single for Do It, 'Living Wild', was an infectious fusion of NYC-styled No Wave, funk, disco and post-punk, with a sleeve

Kim’s Mixed-ish Kids

Mixed-ish  is an American single-camera sitcom TV series created by Kenya Barris, Peter Saji and Tracee Ellis Ross which debuted on ABC in September last year.   It's a prequel spin-off of Black-ish. Episode 7 includes within its soundtrack Kim Wilde's classic 1981 hit 'Kids In America'.   All of Kim's RAK recordings (i.e. her first

Billion Dollar Bruce!

Founder member of the original Alice Cooper, guitarist and musical all-rounder Michael Bruce eventually left the band in 1974 to pursue a solo career, alongside a new Alice Cooper spin-off band Billion Dollar Babies.   Cherry Red now represent much of Michael's back catalogue, from solo LPs In My Own Way (1975), Rock Rolls

Back To Girlschool

One of the few all-female bands to emerge from the so-called New Wave Of British Heavy Metal in the late 1970s, Girlschool made the musical headlines when they collaborated with Motörhead on their St. Valentine's Day Massacre EP in 1981.   Cherry Red now represent four of the band's later albums: Girlschool (1992), 21st Anniversary: Not

Cherry Red On Safari

Formed early in 1977 by ex-Deep Purple-related industry veterans Tony Edwards, Andreas Budde and John Craig, Safari Records enjoyed huge success with Toyah and other artists during its near-ten year existence between 1977 and 1985.   Other artists included pioneering New York punk band Wayne County & The Electric Chairs, Mod Revival

Deal Wiv Patrik Fitzgerald

'Deal Wiv It' by Guernsey-born artist Mura Masa, featuring Northampton rapper Slowthai, has been attracting rave reviews since being released late last year (the NME voted it as one of the key tracks of 2019). Having already been streamed over four million times on Spotify, the track includes a spoken-word sample