rock Tag

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

A World Divided

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 released in February. Her latest single, title track ‘Division World’, is a complex but accessible jam with

Carmen Electric!

Founded in 1970 by David Clark Allen, Carmen fused rock, progressive, and flamenco music, epitomised on their debut album Fandangos in Space (1973). Produced by Tony Visconti, the LP graced Rolling Stone’s list of 50 Greatest Prog Rock Albums of All Time. We represent all of their recordings from the first half

Getting Cozy In Bedlam

Cozy Powell was an English rock drummer who made his name with major rock acts such as The Jeff Beck Group, Rainbow, Michael Schenker Group, Gary Moore, Robert Plant, Brian May, Whitesnake and Black Sabbath. He was a major contributor to many albums and started a few groups of his

The Road To Damascus

Formed from the ashes of acclaimed Scottish punk act Skids, Big Country blazed a trail across the 1980s and 1990s alternative rock scene. Their music was driven by the distinctive and very Scottish-sounding guitar style of Stuart Adamson, who tragically took his own life at the end of 2001. We're now the

Raven Rock!

Hailing from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, hard rock band Raven were founded in 1974 by brothers John and Mark Gallagher and Paul Bowden. We now represent the rights to a raft of rare Raven recordings, including the albums Live At The Inferno, Stay Hard, The Pack Is Back, Life's A Bitch and many others. This is the latest

Bristol Boys Make More Noise

We now represent the Bristol Archive catalogue, which contains around 5,000 tracks in total. This collection is based on recordings from the Bristol area (mostly from the late 70s onwards) with the aim of showcasing music from the diverse local scenes and providing the historical context of all things

National Steel

We have just purchased the rights to the Metal Nation catalogue. The label was started by ex-Neat Records/Edgy Records boss Jess Cox in 2004, primarily to release NWOBHM material. Their output boasted records by such bands as Witchfynde, Prowler, Blitzkrieg, Sleepy People, Hologram and many more. This adds extra muscle to our

Crazy Brown Sound

Forever associated with his 1968 chart-topper ‘Fire’, the once crazy Arthur Brown is an old friend of Cherry Red’s. We represent most of his catalogue dating back more than a half century, from the mid-60s onwards. In addition to his albums under the Kingdom Come name from the early 70s (popular

Tokyo Nights

Heavy metal stalwarts Tokyo Blade return through our Dissonance Productions imprint with their tenth album, Fury, which boasts fifteen tracks of pure, unadulterated rock from the classic line-up of Alan Marsh (vocals), Andy Boulton (lead guitar), John Wiggins (rhythm guitar), Andy Wrighton (bass) and Steve