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Square and Birds Nest

We're proud to announce the acquisition of two fascinating, 'sister' labels from the 1970s.   Square Records was responsible for albums by Dear Mr. Time (the collectable Grandfather, pictured, from 1970) and Crispian St. Peters, as well as various singles by the likes of Mataya Clifford, Julie Bergen and Stephen Arlen.   Meanwhile, the later and more prolific Birds

Scheming Kennedys!

Schemers is a new feature film set in Dundee in 1979/80, dealing with the youth culture of the day and the dangerous business of music promotion.   It's the directorial debut of Scotsman Dave McLean, who used to manage Placebo and organise UK tours by the likes of Nirvana.   The

The Spectrum catalogue now represented by Cherry Red

Hailed as Britain's answer to The Monkees, The Spectrum issued a string of Swinging London-styled singles during the second half of the 1960s, such as 'Portobello Road' and 'London Bridge Is Coming Down'. Many of their recordings are now represented by Cherry Red, including most

Cherry Red acquire live Humble Pie recordings

Formed as a supergroup in 1969, Humble Pie boasted the talents of Steve Marriott (ex-Small Faces), Peter Frampton (ex-Herd), Greg Ridley (ex-Spooky Tooth) and Jerry Shirley. Cherry Red now represent a catchment of live recordings by the band, captured in their early 70s prime in