August 12, 2013 § Leave a comment
“Vol. 3 Sine/Cure” is the new album by Paul Cook & The Chronicles and the third in less than 12 months from the London born songwriter.
The album is available now from all major music download and streaming services and as a specially priced bundle from iTunes for £4.99 GBP / €5.99 EUR / $6.99 USD here.
February 4, 2013 § Leave a comment
May 31, 2012 § Leave a comment
‘Songs That Got Lost In The Clouds’ by The Heart Strings
Out now on Grandpa Stan Records (STAN018DB)
November 11, 2011 § Leave a comment
Debut album of illustrated concept pop par les chiens indisciplinés!
“Perfectly executed, diverse and crammed with imagination
… buying is a recommendation.” Sounds XP
“One hell of an album!” Bikini Island
“All that’s good about alternative indie pop.” Believe In Sound « Read the rest of this entry »
September 7, 2011 § Leave a comment
Taken from the album ‘Bad As Me’
Released 25/10/2011 on Anti Records
Stan says: #Wednesday. Good to hear Tom sounding as reassuringly out there as ever on the title track from his forthcoming album – his first consisting of entirely new material since ‘Real Gone’ in 2004. We can’t wait to hear the record, and if by some small chance anything as amazing as ‘Fish & Bird’ (from ‘Alice’) has found it’s way on there, we will be filled with much joy and joyness indeed.
June 24, 2011 § Leave a comment
Stan says: Full stream of debut album by The High Wire.
Includes ‘Odds & Evens’, ‘Pump Your Little Heart’ and ‘The Midnight Bell’.
Live on BBC Introducing Stage, Glastonbury – Sat 25 June
“Twinkling lazy day loveliness …” Clash Magazine
“A narcoleptic wonderland … simply dreamy” NME « Read the rest of this entry »
May 30, 2011 § Leave a comment
Debut 9 track album by The High Wire.
“… psych-pop soundscapes of a billowing expansiveness that recalls MBV, Spiritualized and Mercury Rev at their most abundant … if you’re looking for the album to soundtrack your spring and summer escapism, Ahead of the Rain is it.” The Sunday Times
“… lusciously woozy affair, recalling the hazy, narcotic ballads of US dream-popsters Galaxie 500…potent stuff…” Q
” MBV – meets – Mercury Rev… gorgeous…” Uncut « Read the rest of this entry »