Imelda May

Born and raised in The Liberties area of Dublin, Imelda has become one of Ireland’s most celebrated female artists in history. Her 2008 self-written & produced album ‘Love Tattoo’ is the best-selling album of all time by a homegrown female artist in Ireland and her most recent album “11 Past the Hour” marks her fourth … Read More

The Longest Johns

The Longest Johns, the trailblazing band at the forefront of the recent transatlantic resurgence of sea shanties – being the instigators of the TikTok phenomenon and chart hit, Wellerman “From the very moment we met The Longest Johns they have brought pure joy and happiness to the label with their music, and all-round creativity. To … Read More

howard jones acoustic trio

The acoustic trio will feature Howard Jones on electric piano, guitarist Robin Boult (Roger Daltrey, Dave Stewart, Fish) and Nick Beggs (Kajagoogoo, Belinda Carlisle, John Paul Jones) on chapman stick. It was in 1983 that Howard Jones first burst upon the contemporary music scene with his very English songwriting, pioneering synthesizers and thought provoking lyrics. He set out his manifesto in … Read More

Solstice

‘ What a delight it is to welcome old friends Solstice back to the forefront of progressive music’ – PROG After 40 years, 2020 feels like we’re just starting out. It really does. Our 6th studio album, Sia, is out soon on GEP, recorded with our incredible new vocalist, Jess Holland. Although recorded remotely, Sia … Read More

Ferocious Dog

They’ve been hailed as “a representation of our gut feeling, savage and merciless” and at the same time, called “folk in the grand tradition of it being the peoples sound.” Ferocious Dog, however are all those things. More than a band, they are a family. “To listen to the Ferocious Dog as it snarls and … Read More

Del Amitri

Almost two decades on from their last album, Del Amitri easily remember the good old days, when a Glasgow indie band “who never really cut it as Orange Juice and Josef K copyists, which is kinda what we were” became, in effect, overnight successes. Suddenly, after a still-born first album (1985’s Del Amitri), with 1989’s … Read More

Clearwater Creedence Revival

CLEARWATER CREEDENCE REVIVAL Celebrating 50 years since the Woodstock Festival 2019 marked the 50th Anniversary of the legendary Woodstock Festival. Along with Santana, Ten Years After, Jimi Hendrix, Joe Cocker, The Who, Janis Joplin and a host of other iconic, or soon-to-be iconic artists, was Creedence Clearwater Revival. Five decades on, the spirit, power and quality of their iconic songs,  – ‘Proud Mary, ‘Bad … Read More

blazin’ Fiddles

Take a group of the hottest contemporary fiddle players from the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, mix with some wonderfully sympathetic piano and guitar arrangements and you’ve got the award winning Blazin’ Fiddles on your hands. And they are Blazin’, in the past decade no other band has quite captured Scottish fiddle music’s variety, energy and sensitivity like Blazin’ … Read More

skerryvore

Over the last 15 years, Skerryvore have brought their performances to audiences across the globe, from their early days in Scottish West Coast halls and bars, to Festival crowds in USA, Canada, Australia and throughout the UK and Europe. Picking up Scottish traditional music’s ‘Live Act of the Year’ twice on the way – in … Read More

Turin Brakes

Turin Brakes don’t hang about. The estimable London 4-piece release their eighth studio album through Cooking Vinyl on January 26th 2018, followed by a UK & European tour. The opening track “Would You Be Mine” is available as an ‘instant grat’ track from November 10th. You can listen to it here.  After seven studio albums and … Read More