Here’s Kitty

KittyWe are delighted to announce that singer-songwriter and artist Kitty Finer has joined he Wardlaw roster.

Kitty is a committed songwriter and performs her songs in bands of her own devising and solo.

Lobby Star Kitty’s debut EP was recorded and engineered/co-produced by Brian O’Shaughnessy (Primal Scream, My Bloody Valentine, Shampoo). Guest musicians on the EP include Kitty’s father Jem Finer alongside his own band mates Andrew Ranken and Darryl Hunt of The Pogues, Debsey Wykes (Dolly Mixture, Coming Up Roses and St Etienne) Finn Andrews (The Veils) and brass provided by The JJ Horns. The six tracks set the tone and welcome you to her sound which crosses genres, spans time, travels the world and lands on your decks today.

Kitty is currently working on the follow to “Lobby Star”.

From Reverieme to Louise Connell…..

SquallLouise Connell (ex-Reverieme) is releasing a series of three EPs, Squall, Echo & Rale, with sleeve designs by the artist James Marsh (Talk Talk, Jamiroquai). Previously performing and releasing her music under the name Reverieme, she has earned a considerable reputation as an outstanding songwriter, with a particular knack for framing intelligent, literate lyrics in haunting and beautiful melodies, delivered by “a voice that would melt iron” (Ravechild)

The first EP, Squall is released October, with parts 2 and 3 (Echo and Rale) following in January and March 2018 respectively.

The single, ILO, is the first track to be taken from the Squall EP.

 

Team Scope

12742583_551150741725012_3808209217501088008_nBritish hip-hop artist and song-writer ‘Scope’ has joined the Wardlaw stable.

The past year has seen Scope in Europe and the United States working on material with producers including Wizzy Wow, EY, Quab, Da Beat Freakz, Cy Fyre, Macho Psycho and more.

Scope has also performed alongside international rapper Obie Trice, grime heavyweight Frisco, J-Hus, Not3s, & Tinie Tempah, as well as a headline show at King Tuts Wah Wah Hut.

Scope is now gearing up for festival season and a fruitful 2018.

Born To Live

ChrissyAward-winning British songwriters, composers and multi-instrumentalists Chrissy Mostyn and Rick Pilkington, The Blackheart Orchestra, are back with the new music video for their latest single “Born To Live”.

One of the must-see bands of 2017, the pioneering folktronica duo blend musical styles seamlessly sidestepping boundaries to create music huge enough to fill a cathedral. Always producing something beyond all easily marketed genres, fusing acoustic fragility and pulsing electronica, The Blackheart Orchestra bring together stringed instrument dexterity with 80’s synthesizers and clear classical influences. One moment their sound is minimal and molecular, the next a mountain-like wall of sound with vast symphonic climaxes.

 

Mirrors in the Pin Cushion

PinCushionSally Oldfield’s classic tracks ‘Mirrors’ & ‘Boulevard’ both feature in upcoming British movie ‘Pin Cushion’, a story of super close Mother LYN and daughter IONA who are excited for their new life in a new town. A story told with poetry and colours, about the love between a mother, her daughter and their efforts to fit-in, at the expense of valuing their own unique identity.

The film was premiered at the Venice Film Festival in August, and will be shown at Fantastic Fest in  before general release.

For more details on Sally’s current projects visit here.

It’s not Winter yet

Mary-Jess+Winter+Tour+2017It’s not Winter yet but Mary-Jess is about to begin her wonderful Winter Tour. With 27 dates across November & December, theres certainly somewhere near you Mary-Jess will be performing.

Prior to her tour, Mary-Jess will again be joining G4 for their ‘Live in Concert’ showsws this September.

And as if not busy enough, Mary-Jess is also commencing recording of her forthcoming EP release, further deatils at mary-jess.com .

 

Summer 2017 – Cannes!

CannesKnucks has joined forces with producer WizzyWow for this new joint “Cannes”.
As always Knucks brings the suave to rap on this one. This track is effortlessly cool and smooth, seamlessly combining old school and new school pop culture references. It’s all mad.