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Christian Madden & The Enemy Chorus

The Extra Weight

    ‘Whatever Best Serves’ is a whirlwind rush of organ led instrumental soul from Christian Madden & The Enemy Chorus, an ensemble of friends and cohorts fronted by the founder member of The Earlies and keyboard player in Liam Gallagher’s band.

    The album is scorched with the psychedelic funk rock heat of Booker T and Brian Auger, the punchy brass arrangements of Chicago Transit Authority and Tower of Power, and the kosmische motorik wonders of Can, Cluster and Harmonia.

    “I can honestly say I’ve never heard anything he’s played” – Liam Gallagher.

    “The only other keyboard virtuoso who can hold a candle to Christian wears a cape and performs on ice sometimes, he’s great but I’d go for this chap everytime personally” – Marc Riley.


    Laura says: Super excited about this release from Piccadilly Records favourite keyboard wizard and friend of the shop Christian Madden.


    1. Freakish Bones
    2. Last In Line
    3. Bad Intent
    4. Athletico Talbot
    5. Whatever Best Serves
    6. The Cooling Stone
    7. Good Hunting
    8. All Five Chambers
    9. The Extra Weight
    10. The Backstop
    11. Moved To Wrath

    Claude Cooper & Brain Fog

    More Myriad Sounds

      Bristolian producer Claude Cooper has joined forces with Brooklyn vocalist Brain Fog on 'More Myriad Sounds'; an inspired, turbo-speed bonus round to Cooper's hotly received 2022 debut. With Brain Fog embellishing the original album with a bounty of pyretic vocal performances, and Cooper moulding the instrumentals accordingly, the duo has elevated 'Myriad Sounds' into a rough ‘n’ tough transatlantic rampage of punk-spirited, psychedelic-jazz-breaks colliding with all that New York’s rich musical legacy has to offer.

      The irrepressible ‘Myriad Sounds' caught the attention of the UK's press and radio alike. Mojo's four star review described it as “Bristol’s beat scene backdrops late night jams”, Uncut enjoyed the "rugged psych-funk romp" and Louder than War declared "it’s vital and vibrant and exactly what we need to kick start the year”. BBC radio DJs including Cerys Matthews, Gideon Coe, Huw Stephens, Jamie Cullum, Lauren Laverne, Stuart Maconie, Tom Ravenscroft rinsed the singles, with Huey Morgan inviting Cooper to contribute a Block Party Mix for his show.


      01. Joining Of Forces
      02. Metaphysical
      03. Ancient Residue
      04. Grey Skull
      05. This Is Not A Test
      06. Tree Of Knowledge
      07. What's The Plan?
      08. Cross The Pond
      09. Got Your Back
      10. On The Loose
      11. The Meat & The Bones
      12. You Suck

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