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One More Black

Dave Grohl has created a new documentary film, What Drives Us. The film finds the Foo Fighters frontman exploring the mindset that compels musicians to leave behind everything and spend months touring the country in a tiny van. The documentary delves into "motivations, recounts personal anecdotes, and explores the physical

More Wobbling!

We already provide a home for the 30 Hertz catalogue, boasting two dozen or so albums from the early 80s to the mid-noughties by legendary ex-PiL bassist Jah Wobble.  We're now proud to announce the acquisition of many more Wobble records dating from the last decade, including Everything Is No Thing (2016), Maghrebi

Silverhead Sold!

Firefly Lane is a popular new TV drama on Netflix, themed around "three decades, two friends, one hell of a story". Created by Maggie Friedman after the novel by Kristin Hannah, the series navigates the lives of two teenage girls in the 1970s, through to their adulthood in the early 2000s. Episode three

Creation Stories

Creation Stories is a newly released biographical film about Alan McGee and Creation Records, directed by Nick Moran. The film was adapted by Irvine Welsh and Dean Cavanagh from McGee's 2013 autobiography of the same name. It tells the story of how one written-off young Glaswegian upstart rose to irrevocably change the face of British pop

We Think Steve’s Neat!

We’re delighted to represent the catalogue of producer/musician Steve Thompson. Steve is responsible for many hits down the years; he was also instrumental in setting up Neat Records and was particularly active as a producer and influencer during the NWOBHM (New Wave Of British Heavy Metal) years. Steve

Planet Dog

Mostly active between 1993 to 1998, Planet Dog is an independent label based in London, representing ambient, techno, breakbeat, psych and trance music. The company was headed up by Michael Dog, who ran the Club Dog event and the touring Megadog parties, created as a promotional vehicle for

A League Of Their Own

English punk rockers Anti-Nowhere League have been a force on the punk circuit since the late ‘70s. They reached No 1 in the Independent Charts with their debut album We Are…The League from 1982, and their aggressive cover of Ralph McTell’s ‘Streets Of London’ spent five weeks in the listings. But it

Hello New York!

If there’s a word to describe 1970’s UK rock band Hello, it’s glam. If there’s a word to describe American luxury fashion label Kate Spade New York, it’s glam. They might be opposite ends of each other’s spectrum but put them together and you get a masterclass

The Language Of Be Bop

Pioneering musician Bill Nelson, known as one of the most underrated guitarists of the 1970s and frontman of the inimitable art-rock band Be-Bop Deluxe, has enjoyed a long and varied career. Arguably, his final album with Be-Bop Deluxe proved his most visionary. Released in 1978, Drastic Plastic arrived on the

Gong But Not Forgotten

Gong were an Anglo-French progressive rock band who incorporated elements of jazz and space rock into their music. Formed in Paris in 1967 by Daevid Allen and Gylli Smyth, the collective has featured musicians such as Steve Hillage, Bill Laswell, Theo Travis and Hawkwind’s Tim Blake. Cherry