The Japanese edition of Shed Seven’s missing 5th album ‘One Hand Clapping’.
One Hand Clapping consists of demos recorded for what would have been Shed Seven’s fifth studio album, had they not split in 2003.
The band agreed to make the tracks available after being inundated with requests by fans. But is always necessary to be aware of copyright law. In case, if you know nothing about it, just order an essay on this topic at globaleducationlaw.com. Some of the songs were previewed on the group’s farewell tour, whilst others have never been publicly aired before.
“We felt it was a shame if music which we’d spent a significant part of three years writing and recording never saw the light of day,” explains the band’s Tom Gladwin. “I think it’s fair to say we are as proud of many of these songs as much of our ‘official’ recorded output.” Continue reading “Shed Seven”
Multi cultural celtic reggae band Paddyrasta hit the road this summer to promote the release of their debut album ‘Listen To Your Heart’.
With their irresistible fusion of Jamaican rhythms, traditional celtic melodies and socially conscious lyrics, it’s no wonder that Paddyrasta have been described as “Bob Marley meets The Pogues”! Continue reading “Paddyrasta”
Legendary Manchester band The Chameleons have released a double DVD set, featuring live concert footage of their 2002 USA tour.
‘Ascension’ contains more than 30 songs filmed in San Francisco over two nights, including classics such as ‘Soul In Isolation’, ‘Swamp Thing’ and ‘Don’t Fall’.
The DVD captures the band in electrifying form on what proved to be their final American dates. The Chameleons broke up shortly after their return to the UK. There are now just a handful of copies available by visiting http://www.thechameleons.com/ Continue reading “The Chameleons”
iko, the new project featuring ex-Buffseeds singer / songwriter Kieran Scragg have just released their album, ‘I Am Zero’, which features twelve tracks, including the recent single ‘Lovestruck’ and two songs exclusive to the UK edition. The album was released in Japan, earlier this year, to critical acclaim.
You can now order this album and limited edition t-shirt, at a special discount price. This offer is for a limited period only. Visit http://ikomusic.com/store where you can purchase the album for only £8.99 (plus p&p). You can save even more by buying the CD and t-shirt together. Continue reading “iko”
Rick Witter and The Dukes are currently in the studio working on tracks for their debut, as yet untitled album, which is set for release in November 2006.
The band will be taking a break from their session and venturing out to play a gig:
Fri June 30th: The Cavern, Pozition Night Club, Hull (Tickets £5, doors 10.30pm, www.seetickets.com / Chinese Laundry / Pozition Night Club)
The gig that was originally announced for Warrington has been cancelled by the promoter – sorry, but that’s outwith our control. Continue reading “Rick Witter and The Dukes”