New Catalogue & Recent Licences

Mighty Baby In Action!

Created in 1969 out of the ashes of Mod favourites The Action, Mighty Baby embraced the "playing" style of West Coast psychedelic bands like The Grateful Dead, alongside a fascination with Sufism.   The result was a unique fusion of psychedelia, blues, world music and other styles.   Cherry Red now represent their cult 1971 album A Jug Of

Trapeze With Ease!

Formed in 1969, Trapeze were part of an explosion in British heavy rock music. The band were fronted by the soulful tones of Glenn Hughes and signed to Moody Blues' label Threshold in 1970.   Three albums followed, Trapeze,Medusa and You Are The Music

Cherry Red Get Brett

Having cut his teeth in the Sixties with psychedelic bands Tintern Abbey and Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera, Paul Brett fronted his own band (Paul Brett's Sage) before going solo in 1973 to develop is considerable skills on guitar.   Cherry Red now present some twenty albums by a maestro

Blancmange on TV!

White House Farm is the name of a new ITV six-part crime drama, which recalls the brutal horror of a whole family on the farm in question in 1985.   The soundtrack to this harrowing story includes a remake of 'Feel Me', a memorable slice of 80s synth pop by Blancmange,

Killing Eve In America!

Co-written by Phoebe Waller-Bridge(Fleabag) and Emerald Fennell, Killing Eve is back with season 2, initially screened in the States but due to start in the UK on 8 June.   The soundtrack includes one of the most popular hits in Cherry Red's catalogue, 'Kids In America' by Kim Wilde.   We represent Kim's first three albums (originally issued on RAK).

The June Brides’ Nest

The June Brides were a quietly influential mid-80s Indie band who pre-empted the whole C86 movement with a string of memorable records.   Their 1985 Indie hit 'No Place Called Home' (issued on Marc Riley's In Tape label) can be heard in TV series The Nest, a new UK drama described as "thrilling and provocative" by theBBC.    It's been created by Sue

Andy Pawlak’s Secrets

Tyneside singer-songwriter Andy Pawlak's debut album, Shoebox Full Of Secrets, was a critic's favourite back in 1989.  But despite acclaim and airplay for singles 'Mermaids', 'Secrets' and 'Mother's Day', it failed to cross over.   Since then, it's become a cult classic and Cherry Red are proud to now

Let’s Sing Kim!

Kim Wilde's classic 1981 hit 'Kids In America' features in the latest edition of Koch Media's app-based singing game Let's Sing, which mixes cutting edge contemporary pop with classics from yesteryear.   There are four game modes, depending on your taste: "classic", "mixtape", "feat." and "world