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Hail Spirit Noir to release new studio album “Mannequins” on September 10th 2021

Prolific shapeshifters Hail Spirit Noir, of Greek origin, discard their progressive robes to celebrate their 10th anniversary with a one-off, emotional, horror-like and disco-driven album, “Mannequins”. The record is slated for a September 10th, 2021, release on Agonia Records.

Rewind Festivals rescheduled for Summer 2021

The Rewind Festivals have been postponed until 2021.

Read the official statement:
“We are saddened to announce that Rewind Scotland, Rewind North, and Rewind South will no longer take place in 2020. The health and safety of all Rewinders, the artists, staff and community will always be our top priority, and it became clear that rescheduling the festivals was unavoidable.

Rewind 80s Festivals announce 2020 Line-up

Rewind The 80s Music Festival, the world’s first and biggest 80s music festival, returns with three amazing UK festivals for summer 2020. Tickets for all festivals go on sale at 10am on Thursday 30th January 2020, here.

Rewind Scotland will celebrate its 10-year-anniversary at Scone Palace in Perth from Friday 17th – Sunday 19th July 2020.

Cats In Space

Hi, Greg… congrats on “Daytrip to Narnia” – it’s has been chosen as the “Album of the Month” on Grande Rock! Great job dude once again!
 
G: Hi there guys! That’s awesome news, thank you so much for the support!
 
 
So, how are things out there in space?
 

Bugeye to release new single “Disco Dancer” on December 7th 2018

Croydon-based punk-purveyors Bugeye have announced their brand new single, “Disco Dancer”, coinciding with several shows across the South of the country.

Now fleshed out as a four-piece, Bugeye have reinvented “Disco Dancer”, a song they have had kept in the top draw as a demo, with legendary Indie producer Paul Tipler (Idlewild, Placebo, Stereolab), as well a new lyric, taking in themes of idolism and the battle of the sexes.

Space Elevator signs with Steamhammer/SPV & announces new album “Space Elevator II”

It’s official at last: Space Elevator, one of Britain’s most talented newcomer acts, has signed with Steamhammer/SPV.

The quartet featuring flamboyant vocalist The Duchess, with its mélange of tasteful classic rock and radio-compatible pop rock is currently among the hottest new acts on the British music scene.