Near the end of 2017, singer-songwriter T.E. Yates released his debut album ‘Silver Coins & White Feathers’. The long-player was the dictionary definition of “mixed bag” and T.E. chose a vocal style that wasn’t always easy to appreciate, but that didn’t stop it being an interesting record. In fact, there were some hidden gems.
The full specifications of this super deluxe box set are now known.
Heavy independent label Riff Rock Records – home to Tuskar and cult band Vodun – are to host their first ever live showcase, featuring two of their signings plus French band Atomic Trip.
The full details of the London gig are detailed in the below press release.
Paradise Asylum released their debut EP ‘The Storm Queen Cometh’ in 2013. The release was recorded on a meagre budget and vocalist Carla Warnes sang fairly flat throughout, but a couple of tracks demonstrated a can-do attitude that showed that even when they got it wrong, the band clearly loved playing together. Subsequent releases trod pretty much the same path.
Are you looking for some good old style 90s jangle and drone to fill your January? Look no further! A new band on the scene, Nova Flares, have just unveiled their debut track with a suitably retro video clip.