M-22 UNVEIL THEIR HOT NEW TRACK ‘GOOD TO BE LOVED’
RELEASED ON OCTOBER 16 THROUGH CAROLINE INTERNATIONAL
M-22 have unveiled their brand new track ‘Good To Be Loved’, a blissed-out vocal smash, perfect for the summer sun. The track shows off M-22’s songwriting expertise, as well as their signature impeccable house production.
The British-German duo burst onto the scene in April with the uplifting piano-led anthem ‘Some Time’. The track has been getting massive support from the likes of The Magician, Roger Sanchez, GRADES, Beth Yen and Tiesto.
Sarah-Jane Crawford made it her Record of the Week on Radio 1Xtra,and the track has been steadily climbing the club charts, so far gaining over a quarter of a million streams on Spotify and Soundcloud.
M-22 are Matt James and Frank Sanders. The two producers became friends in 2014 and have been busy creating hit after hit since.
Matt James started his career as a DJ at the age of 14, and within two years he made his club debut, playing alongside the likes of Pete Tong, Roger Sanchez and Erick Morillo. When word of his productions spread, Ministry of Sound signed him up as a writer/producer and he was responsible for hits by H two O among others. Frank Sanders’ producer career includes credits for the likes of Jason Derulo and Amanda Wilson, as well as a host of huge hits in Germany.
Gorilla Punch Radio, an exciting new alternative rock band from Leeds, are proud to announce the release of their debut single ‘No Retreat’.
After touring extensively in support of artists such as The Struts, The Pigeon Detectives and New City Kings with his former band Titans Troubadours, guitarist and singer Paul James decided to pursue his own sound and formed Gorilla Punch Radio in late 2014.
Mixed by the acclaimed engineer/producer Elliot Vaughan, whose previous clients include: Pulled Apart by Horses, Frank Turner and They Fell From The Sky, ‘No Retreat’ kicks off with an explosive guitar riff that’s sure to have fans banging their heads and punching the air.
The song’s theme focuses around the gritty realities of standing up in the face of seemingly overwhelming odds, with lyrics that are designed to inspire courage and a refusal to back down.
“We’re really excited about this song as it has taken a while to craft and perfect. Elliot has successfully captured the energy of Gorilla Punch Radio in this recording, and we can’t wait to share it with everybody!” – Paul James of Gorilla Punch Radio.
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Back in the mid to late eighties The Train Set emerged from the Crewe/Winsford indie music scene to make an impact on the Manchester and Liverpool gig circuit as well as the national music press. The band released two 12" singles which both broke the Indie Chart and performed at venues across the country including gigs at Dingwalls, the Astoria in London and Manchester's Hacienda.
The nucleus of the band, Clive Jones (vocals), Andy Boote (guitars) and Mark Shaw (Bass) met at school. They recruited Adam Halford (drums) from Winsford and Dave Hassall from Chester (keyboards) and soon became the tight unit that was eventually signed by renowned Manchester DJ Dave Haslam to his Playhard label.
Briefly managed by Nathan McGough, also manager of The Happy Mondays, the band embarked on a national tour with the Happy Mondays and supported the likes of James at the London Astoria. They were featured in both the NME and Melody Maker through interviews and features by Stuart Maconie and Robin Denslow.
Compilation album 'Never California', released on Firestation Records, features The Train Sets highly sought after singles including 'She's Gone' which was the band's first record, recognised as a stunning debut by the press and selected as NME's single of the week when it was originally released in 1988. Writing in NME, James Brown said "The Train Set have done their growing up in private and will now have no trouble copping off with the entire teenage nation of orphaned Smiths fans". Stuart Maconie described Shes Gone as "sleek and shiny, fizzy and witty", predicting "The Train Set will be huge when the world sees sense". Well, whilst we wait for the world to take heed, immerse yourself in these finely crafted songs and enjoy a band that made a significant impact on the music scene amongst the abundant indie/jangle bands of that era.
This compliation contains previously unreleased tracks from a band that had promised so much but disappeared far too soon. The original members have come together to oversee the release of this retrospective album, providing a vital listening experience and an opportunity to discover The Train Sets material again, or perhaps for the first time.
Mathew Schulz featuring Jim Jones
We Own the Night
Hailing from New Jersey, Mathew Schultz, has already made waves in the music industry with his first single “Money or Me” creating a huge impact across the USA. That track, which melded hip-hop with a rock element, produced by Armando Guarmera, and earned him a nomination in the 2013 EOTM Awards, as well as best male artist. In a short time he has accumulated a he fan base.
Mathew is no newcomer to the industry, having played guitar in Chris Daughtry’s first band before venturing into other areas of the entertainment industry, landing a lead role on “Real Housewives of New Jersey” along with appearances in several films roles.
Now having returned to his music roots with the hit track “Crazy Heart,” One Take/GFX Records have released his new track “We Own the Night.”
Mathew has collaborated with fellow American Jim Jones, American rapper and actor, who was featured on VHI, Love & Hip Hop and Chrissy and Mr Jones. He is also an original member of hip hop collective “The Diplomats” AKA “Dipset.”
Enjoy their collaboration promoted worldwide by Musik & Film and Tabitha Music Limited.