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    Richard Walters returns with an album co-written and produced by Bernard Butler.

    After the underground success of ‘Animal’, Richard returns with an album that’s more expansive and outward looking.

    Richard’s new songs are bigger in sound and more immediate: ‘Where We Stand’, with its driving rhythm, orchestral flare and proper chorus, is the first glimpse of uncharted territory for Walters.

    Though there is a definite trace of Butler’s influence, both in the production and the occasional riff, this is an album of depth and variety. ‘Black Hair’, for instance, is a tale of romantic obsession set to a shimmering digital melody and metronomic beat that wouldn’t feel out of place on a New Order record, whilst ‘14 Days’ is perhaps Walters’ boldest moment yet: stirring, huge-sounding and emotional.

    Readily finding new fans with this release (the Sunday Times Culture said of recent single ‘Where We Stand’: “Dreamy string-driven pop heralding a superb new album”), Richard will be taking his guitar and songbook out on the road to support ‘Pacing’.

    What the critics are saying:
    “Finally, a male singer-songwriter that we actually enjoy!” - The Guardian
    “Walters writes songs on the same unhurried mode as Josh Ritter or ‘Morning Glory’-era Tim Buckley” - Uncut
    “Gonna be fascinating to see where he goes from here” - The Independent
    “Tracks that alternate between sparse severity and well-judged drama” - The Mail
    “Pure iceberg beauty” - The Fly.


    When You’re Young
    14 Days
    Where We Stand
    Mattress Fire
    Elephant In The Room
    Black Hair
    Night’s End
    End Of The World



      Peaches has announced the release of her new album ‘Rub’, out September 25th on her own I U She Music label. ‘Rub’ is the Canadian singer and producer’s first new album for six years.

      A follow up to ‘I Feel Cream’, ‘Rub’ is a heavy-hitting, 11-track, fiery statement from this infamous and enigmatic artist. Renowned for her tracks ‘Fuck The Pain Away’ and ‘Boys Wanna Be Her’, Peaches is back to her best. Featuring guest spots from Kim Gordon on album opener ‘Close Up’ and Feist on album closer ‘I Mean Something’, everything in between features politically and sexually charged lyrics on top of impressive, contemporary, genre-bending songwriting and production as exemplified by melodic lead track ‘Dumb Fuck’, the sharp-tongued title-track ‘Rub’ and an epic, sinister ‘Free Drink Ticket’.

      Son Of Dave

      Ain't Nuthin' But The Blues

      “You are going to hear Rhythm & Blues the way I personally likes to pervert it” - Son Of Dave.

      Twenty-first century blues man Son Of Dave returns with new single ‘Ain’t Nuthin’ But The Blues’, produced by Jimmy Hogarth (Paolo Nutini, Amy Winehouse). A feverishly contagious three and a half minutes of twisted voodoo pop.

      Infamous for his one-man band style, both in the studio and on the road, this new recording of the song (previously released on the Steve Albini produced ‘Shake A Bone’ album) sees Son Of Dave’s lo-fi sound expanded and built upon with full horn section, bubbling Hammond organ, handclaps and a Stax style rhythm section.


      Ain’t Nuthin’ But The Blues
      Shake Your Hips

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