Tuesday, 16 February 2016
The One when JC met TQ12 -16/2/16
@TQ12online were a blast on #jccooperlive @rivierafm tonight . Check these guys out .https://m.facebook.com/TQ12-548604455241792/?tsid=0.19162342511117458&source=typeahead
The Sherlocks -Last night
NanG -Jet Disco
Astral Void -Bleed
Miel -Dazzle me diamond
Justin Faye -Diamond in the mud
James Kurman -The aviator
The Truebelles -If your heart is there
Matt Tiler -We're in this together
Iv Rox ft sneak boo -Pumping ( out of my speakers )
Audio -This table changes everything
Mohawk Radio -Two million Heart beats
Ashes to angles -Find hell
The hummingbirds -Knocking on my door
This can Hurt -Mindblower
Luke Frictitious -Just run
Celebrate Life -Swing your hair down
Stu Rawle -In Hindsight
Madam Guillotine -Blonde Silhouette
Look at me
NEW SINGLE RELEASE FROM THIS CAN HURT
back with our second single release!
first single Colder from the EP 'Some Days'
The 2 new single's are from the full album 'When Nothing Matters'
album will be out somewhere between 3 months.
The Hummingbirds have steadily been building a following in their home town on the Mersey with over 30,000
followers on their Social Media platforms (You Tube/ Facebook/ Twitter), making waves Nationwide when they launched their debut EP ‘Out Of The Rain’ in November '15. Downloadable wav link below and YouTube link to video. Their new single “Knocking On My Door” is to be released on 18th March from their new album “Pieces of You” to be released on 25th March.
They have been heavily influenced by the music of Merseyside and by the music of the 50's / 60's (citing their influences as The Beatles, The Eagles, The Hollies and Johnny Cash) but they deliver a 21st Century take on that heritage, creating their own
contemporary melodies, hook - laden choruses and dropping harmonies into Americana tinged acoustic guitar riffs.
With their feel good tunes and songs of love and heartbreak they are already selling out their live gigs, leaving their ever-increasing audiences screaming for more.
‘Knocking On My Door' was also included on the latest FA Cup music promotion, which took place from Friday 29th - Sunday 31st January (see attached) and there is also a piece in The Independent - below.
FEBRUARY 2016 TOUR DATES:
16TH Feb Glasgow – The Hug and Pint
17th Feb Newcastle – The Cluny
18th Feb High Wycombe – Buck Uni
19th Feb Bristol – The Golden Lion
20th Feb Bush Hall – London
Ashestoangels will be playing at Download Festival on Sunday the 12th of June 2016. Ashestoangels appearance was announced last night on the BBC Radio 1 Rock Show by Daniel P Carter.
The exciting news comes following Ashestoangels storming performance as main support on the final Aiden tour. The band are also preparing to release their eagerly anticipated fourth album 'How To Bleed'.
Ashestoangels recently launched 'Find Hell', the first single from their fourth album (UK release 15th of April) following an exclusive premier on Kerrang.com
new girl band from London at the moment called The Truebelles. Singer and front woman Grace is an excellent vocalist with a very quirky persona.
Check out their single 'If Your Heart Is There' here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBLqQWamFMg
WE'RE IN THIS TOGETHER is the debut single by British musical comedian, writer and television comedy producer MATT TILLER. This driving comic indie rock track is about kidnapping George Osborne, Britain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer. The song spiralled into a short story which Matt has published on Amazon.
Matt says, ‘George Osborne repeatedly telling us we’re in it together somehow drove me to an extreme idea of being in it together — a kidnap. The song about bundling the Chancellor into the boot of a car appeals to live audiences so I decided to record and release it. A little research into George’s life unfortunately showed we had more in common than I ﬁrst thought. That inspired the short story which combines true events with a ﬁctional narrative. Annoyingly, I think George comes out of it quite well.’
WE'RE IN THIS TOGETHER is released on all digital platforms.
Website: www.matttiller.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Matt-Tiller-167941806604580/?ref=tn_tnmn
Hailing from London and Essex, IV Rox are fast becoming the next big British girl group!
Natalie, Raquel, Nadine and Dolly have an infectious energy and impressive vocals complete with effortless harmonies.
Their already loyal and rapidly growing dedicated fanbase called 'Roxstars' are hugely important to the girls as they look forward to a big year and a big future!
IV Rox are a huge priority for 3Beat and Copmedia in 2016, so please feature for intro / spot and specialist plays to get things rolling.
This single (release date tbc) features Sneakbo and is delivered with mixes / mix edits from Cahill, Tazer, FoorR + 2 radio edits, with and without the rap.
IV Rox ‘Pumpin’ (out my speakers)
Release date: TBC / Label: 3Beat, Universal.
Justin Faye who is based in Denver, USA.
Originally from Senegal where he was surrounded by world rhythms, Justin Faye began learning music at an early age when his father began teaching him vocal techniques.
Since moving on to Denver in the USA, he has gone on to sign a publishing deal and release a number of singles; his latest being Diamond In The Mud which as been described as being a song that can inspire and make you a champion.
Details on this along with additional information on Justin Faye can be found on his website www.justinfaye.com or you can follow him on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Justin-Faye-154199464632575/
Bleed" is taken from their current EP "Blood From a Stone" (HTT)
Astral Void are a melodic heavy rock band established in 2007 and originate from Norfolk. Former Red Leaf front man Andy Martin began performing at local pubs doing solo Electric/Acoustic performances with his own original material. Wanting to form his ideas into a band format Andy advertised online and came across Chris Gedge, who had recently left covers/originals band Smoking Aces, in 2010. After meeting and jamming the pursuit was on for other members to join.
September 2013 Astral Void recruited Nathan Redgrave and Liam Ramsker, two amazingly talented musicians. With a new line up all the unsettled, unfinished business of before now resolved. New songs, new refreshed confidence, Astral Void are even more hard hitting than before and will continue to blast their brand of alternative rock into 2016.
Dazzle Me Diamond’ is a song of hope, as Miel explains:
“I had been asked to perform at a Sotheby’s diamond auction event taking place in the Alps and decided to write a song for this occasion. I looked at my engagement ring and thought of the hope and happiness that was symbolised by the ring and, in particular, the diamond with its sparkle and light.
The song is deeply personal and emotional….wishing and hoping that the powerful diamond might give, once again, the happiness of younger days.”
The song’s symbolism of strength and survival is united with a beautiful, pulsating soundscape to create an uplifting and hypnotic celebration of hope and faith. Having already scored a club chart hit (no.9 in the Music Week Club Chart) with Manhattan Clique’s remix of the album's title track,
Miel recently celebrated a return to these charts with their remix of ‘Dazzle Me Diamond’ (no.12), something that truly delighted her “It is a thrill to have a club hit with my songs, I love to dance and feel like a dance diva as a result of this!”
The last year has been an extraordinary and wonderful time for Miel. Having endured some difficult times in her family life, and searching for fulfilment, Miel took a giant step into the unknown and embarked on a music career. Her debut album ‘Magnetic’,
recorded in both English and French and produced by Andy Wright, is a musical autobiography that includes the songs of her early childhood growing up in Switzerland as well as self-penned songs inspired by her own life in England.
The year began with an album launch in the Southbank Centre’s Purcell Room, featuring Miel and her band, a string quartet, Rambert dancers and an immersive light show. Intimate, sold-out concerts at Crazy Coqs, The Pheasantry and Dean St Jazz Club saw Miel flourishing in the spotlight.
Supporting both John Barrowman and Rhydian Roberts on their UK tours gave Miel and her band the opportunity to perform for much larger audiences around the country, an experience that she embraced:
“What a privilege to tour with such talented artists! And what a fantastic experience to perform in front of such large audiences who were so warm and receptive.”
Looking back, Miel describes the past twelve months as “a truly magical, incredible year where dreams have come true and all the hard work really has paid off and has turned into joy.” As well as fulfilling her own dreams, Miel’s generous spirit sees her supporting other artists and causes.
Close to her heart is the YMCA Jerusalem Youth Chorus, a joint Israeli-Palestinian choir, who through music and dialogue work together for peace in their community and beyond. Miel sang with the choir last November at The Aldwych Theatre and continues to support them.
In November, in recognition for her philanthropic work, Miel received an honorary PhD from the Weizmann Institute of Science, whose areas of research include alternative energy sources, treatments for cancer and solutions to world hunger.
‘Magnetic’ includes ‘Birds Without Borders’, a song written by Miel for the RSPB’s campaign of the same name, which aims to tackle the problem of birds being killed illegally each year as they migrate across the Mediterranean.
New single for valentine’s day
The new single from Luke Fictitious is completed the official release date is Febuary 14th 2016
The single JUST RUN”