Found will be releasing their album ‘factorycraft’ through Chemikal Underground and Domino Publishing on March 14th, and in preparation they’ve released a teaser video which can be viewed here.
What the press have already said about Found :-
“FOUND has stumbled upon a winning formula”
The Sunday Times
“Brilliant … fantastic circuit-bleepy-bloppy”
Huw Stephens – Radio One
”Theirs is an ever-evolving musical voyage gliding somewhere between The Earlies’ psychedelic pulse, Arab Strap’s woozy wonder-pop and an explosion in an Indie vinyl pressing plant.”
Find out more at foundtheband.com
Ochre’s ‘Infotain Me’ from his second album ‘Lemodie’ has been licensed for use in LittleBigPlanet 2 on Playstation 3. Released in January 2011 as the sequel to critically acclaimed LittleBigPlanet, the game focuses around user-generated content and community gameplay.
Learn more about the game and download the album ‘Lemodie’ for free.
The hugely anticipated new album by instrumental post-rock band Codes In The Clouds (Erased Tapes) is set for release at the end of this month, as a follow up to the brilliant Paper Canyon that caused such a stir with press and fans alike.
“Sob at the beauty of it. Ones to watch, for sure”
“This Kent-based quintet find themselves on the cusp of what looks to be a very promising career”
Ones To Watch – Rock Sound
“It’s sustainable in being timeless and luscious apart from the musical genre”
Music Is OK
Cacophony Music is delighted to announce the signing of space rock quartet Wooden Shjips.
“Wooden Shjips generate manic, warped pulses of pop-rock that don’t just make your ears bleed but get your toes tapping at the same time.”
The San Francisco group will be represented worldwide by ThinkSync Music, and are a valuable addition to an already diverse catalogue. The track ‘I Hear The Vibrations’ has also been used in a promotional video for international clothing brand RAOUL.
ThinkSync Music is pleased to announce the new album from Rosie Doonan. We represent both sides, please contact us if you would like a copy.
“… her ability to evoke heartbreaking yet redemptive emotions through slightly rambling and discordant, yet beautifully crafted songs is reminiscent of possibly the greatest songwriter of all, Tom Waits.”
Noise Noise Noise
“Pot Of Gold is both freewheeling and sunny, dark and urgent. Heartbreaking and joyful in equal measure there is an emphasis of a life loved, and lessons learned in every niche of this sophisticated album.”