New Catalogue

Johnny Remember Me-ek

John Leyton is a singer and actor known for his hit song ‘Johnny Remember Me’, which was produced by Joe Meek and reached No. 1 in the UK Chart in 1961, despite being banned by the BBC at the time for being a so-called ‘death

The Fox And The Hound

British band Yellow Dog were founded by former Fox songwriter Kenny Young. A going concern during late 70s and early 80s, they scored a significant hit ‘Just One More Night’ (No. 8 UK, No. 6 Australia, 1978) plus a near-miss ‘Wait Until Midnight’ (Top 75).

Synth City!

As the dust settled following the punk rock explosion, countless new genres emerged. Chief among these was Synth Pop – a suitably descriptive umbrella for the new electronic pop sound which had emerged, inspired by the likes of Kraftwerk. While synthesizers had previously perhaps been considered a

Chelsea Grin!

Led by formidable frontman Gene October, punk band Chelsea formed in 1976 and have continued in different guises, off and on, ever since. We already control the rights to all of Chelsea’s landmark early music issued on Step Forward in the late 70s and early 80s. In addition,

Manafest The Impossible!

Manafest, whose real name is Christopher Greenwood, is a renowned Christian musician hailing from Canada. With his fusion of rock, hip-hop, and electronic elements, Manafest has gained a loyal following and has become a prominent figure in the Christian music scene. Cherry Red, in partnership with MVD, now represents

Classical Chorus

The influence of classical music on rock and pop is well documented – and we boast some wonderful recordings which fused the two worlds. Chief among them is the catalogue of the band Sky, a quintessential supergroup of talented musicians, from their 1979 hit single ‘Toccata’ to a string of


Award-winning guitarist/composer Jane Getter has carved out a niche at the intersection of jazz, metal and rock with her unique singer-songwriter approach. Division World, the latest album from her band Jane Getter Premonition, is out today. Listen to the title track, ‘Division World’, a complex but accessible jam with an

Glammed Up

Back in the early 1970s, Glam Rock was de rigeur. At its most primal, Glam regurgitated classic rock'n'roll riffs over a sledgehammer stomp, all performed by bands in flares, platform boots and questionable haircuts.  From the art school pretensions of Glam's thinkers (namely, David Bowie and Roxy Music) to the hipshaking

The Genesis Of Guitar

Cutting his teeth as a founding member of Genesis, multi-instrumentalist Anthony Phillips left the band in 1970 to pursue a solo career. His acclaimed albums include Wise After The Event and the long-running Private Parts & Pieces series of demos and out-takes. His masterpiece, the 1977 album The Geese & The Ghost, includes an

“Break Out” The Beats!

Pop combo Swing Out Sister are best known for their 1986 hit ‘Breakout’. Formed by A Certain Ratio keyboardist Andy Connell and Magazine drummer Martin Jackson with singer Corinne Drewery, the band enjoyed successful stints with Mercury and Fontana. We now have exclusive rights to several of their later albums (plus associated B-sides, demos and unreleased tracks), namely