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Don’t Sound Like No Sonet?

Sonet was a famous Scandinavian label founded in 1957 in Denmark - but in 1970, they launched a UK office, which originated their own productions.   Cherry Red now represent rights to much of Sonet's UK output by acts such as Brett Marvin & The Thunderbolts (see above), US

1979: Red Noise Revolt!

After the demise of 70s art rock legends Be Bop Deluxe, their front man quickly re-emerged with a new incarnation, Bill Nelson's Red Noise, in 1979.   This highly promising band were only ever granted one album, Sound On Sound, for Harvest Records before Nelson called it a day and concentrated

Edgar Jones And The Stairs

Ever since emerging with his unashamedly retro combo The Stairs in 1991, Edgar Jones (alias Edgar Summertyme) has carved a splendid niche in exhuming the spirit of mid-60s US garage rock and British R&B.   The Liverpudlian singer, songwriter and bassist has now brought his extensive catalogue of over a dozen albums to Cherry

The Expelled on Doom Patrol!

Doom Patrol is an American web TV series based on the DC Comics superhero team of that premiered in February on the DC Universe channel.   Included in the soundtrack was 'Blown Away', an obscure punk gem by The Expelled - both sides of which are controlled by Cherry Red.   The track originally appeared

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

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

No Strangers to Folk Rock

Released on the Grapefruit label on 29 March, Strangers In The Room is a new 3-CD box set devoted to the UK Folk-Rock boom of the late 60s and early 70s. Cherry Red control the rights to many of tracks, from acts on John Peel's