Sync News!

We have some more sync news for you this month, with placements in shows and video games including:

– Station 19 (TV – Disney ABC)

– Turn Up Charlie (Netflix)

– The Hills – New Beginnings (MTV)

– Made In Chelsea 

– Need For Speed (Game – Electronic Arts)

And some Syncs for the Rocky Horror Picture Show tracks:

-Faltenrock (German film) ‘Timewarp’

-Champs d’Amours exhibition Paris ‘Sweet Transvestite’

– ROCky short film (Spain) ‘Rose Tint My World’

New Music Friday!

Out today is new albums from The Blackheart Orchestra and Burnt Out Wreck, as well as singles from Paperface and Louise Connell!

Paperface ‘Little Monsters’ Taken from the new double album ‘Love In The Time Of Florida’. ‘Little Monsters’ is a track with a strong sci-fi lilt, and a beautiful hand drawn cover featuring giant lobsters, what’s not to like?

Louise Connell ‘Careful Unplanned’ Selecting a single from the 19 track behemoth ‘Squall Echo Rale’ was never going to be easy, but the shimmering, upbeat quality of ‘Careful Unplanned’ is bound to stave off any winter blues you might have! The track has also been chosen as Single Of The Week on The Afternoon Show on BBC Scotland!

The Blackheart Orchestra ‘Mesmeranto’ Getting into the albums, first up we have the new album from The Blackheart Orchestra. 2019 has been a very busy year for the band, who have been busy playing shows across the UK, as well supporting Hawkwind, who they have been invited back on tour with, for the groups special 50th anniversary tour.

‘Mesmeranto immerses us in a life-enhancing listening event’ Louder Than War

Burnt Out Wreck ‘This Is Hell’ If you like all things AC/DC, you will love Burnt Out Wreck. Fronted by former Heavy Pettin’ drummer Gary Moat, Burnt Out Wreck are back with their 2nd LP ‘This Is Hell’. Heavy riffs, and no nonsense Rock n’ Roll.

Catch Burnt Out Wreck supporting Pete Way at The Underworld in Camden on Oct 24th.

Hawk Eyes ‘Never Lead Me’

The new album from Hawk Eyes, ‘Advice’ is out, and the band are back in full swing!

Proving their hiatus hasn’t dampened any of their energy, ‘Never Lead Me’ is a gritted teeth, explosive track, with a killer live video to boot.

Catch the band at The Victoria (Dalston) on October 19th.

“Hawk Eyes’ return isn’t just welcome, it’s magnificent. KKKK.” (Kerrang”

Dan Reed ‘Alchemy’ project

Envisioned as a project to write music for Yoga, Meditation or simply just to relax, ‘Alchemy’ is latest musical offering from Dan Reed.

Written in collaboration with pianist Brooke Lizotte, tracks from the album can now be streamed on Spotify.

Artwork below is taken from the latest single, the hypnotically beautiful ‘Third Eye’.

New Albums On The Way!

On their way to you very soon are new albums from The Blackheart Orchestra and Burnt Out Wreck!

Releasing on October 11th, the new album by Burnt Out Wreck- titled ‘This Is Hell’, features all new tracks from the band, including the single ‘Dead Or Alive’ which you can check out here.

You can also catch the band supporting Pete Way at the Underworld in Camden on Thursday 24th October.

Back with their new album ‘Mesmeranto’, The Blackheart Orchestra are really hitting their stride, with a busy year in 2019 that looks set to continue into next year.

Keeping busy playing shows across the UK, BHO also have been invited for the second time to support the legendary band Hawkwind, this time on their special 50th anniversary tour in November.

Be sure to catch The Blackheart Orchestra at their album launch show at The Slaughtered Lamb on Oct 23rd, and listen to the latest single taken from Mesmeranto ‘Left To Right’.

Norwegian drama ‘Barn’

The track “Where to begin? Here” by St Etienne, a co write featuring Dolly Mixture member Debsey Wykes has been used in Norwegian drama Barn (translated as Children), released in September.

The film, directed by Dag Johan Haugerud, has received critical acclaim upon release, with a favourable 8.1/10 on IMDB.

Head to the IMDB link for a full synopsis of the film.

CHILDREN is about what children mean to society today: what it means to have and to be children. And by extension – what it means to be an adult.

Watch the trailer featuring the St Etienne track below.