The Spacer set for impressive release featuring Peter Cox

This hit is seriously a sweet beat!

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‘Creature’ the debut single from The Spacer is available now



Track Of The Day – The Rebellion!

This is a seriously sweet beat!

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Music is in the very fabric of their beings – Japanese Fighting Fish

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Japanese Fighting Fish, the Leeds born, London based outfit are returning with their hard hitting single ‘U Ain’t Gonna Win This’. The band are described as ‘an eclectic semi-genius, semi-ludicrous mix of metal, dance, pop, Latin/Cuban beats and more stuff that probably shouldn’t ever go together.’ The band have evolved from the South American rhythms of their debut album to their punk rock sophomore and now their latest offering draws on funk, fuzz and infectious hooks.

“U Ain’t Gonna Win This” is an evolving beast with psychedelic undertones and a distinct rocky edge. This is the first song the Fish have written collectively and it is evident that a little piece from every member is encapsulated in the song. The track explores the themes of split personalities and is also homage to boxing greats like Ali and Rocky. What began as guttural hum quickly became a fully fledged song and thus “U Ain’t Gonna Win This” was born. It is an angsty, aggressive, brooding and punchy funky space rock tune with post punk elements and nods to the likes of Q.O.T.S.A., and Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds.

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Japanese Fighting Fish have an equally impressive live catalogue as well as fantastic releases. The outfit have supported Space Hog on their UK tour and played alongside Wild Beasts, The Stranglers, De La Soul and UB40 across their many festival appearances. They have also headlined legendary venues such as The 100 Club and The Barfly in London. With radio support from XFM, Planet Rock, Absolute, Amazing and Kerrang! and throngs of loyal fans, the group are on track for another huge release.

Japanese Fighting Fish are dedicated to the purveyance of fine music. In the process of recording their upcoming album which “U Ain’t Gonna Win This” features on, the Fish spent 12 hours a day for two weeks playing music. Music is in the very fabric of their beings and this magical time resulted in large quantities of laughter, tears, conflict, and light bulb moments.

“U Ain’t Gonna Win This” is out on 13th November 2015



Morris and his Brand New EP Due November


Showcasing the full range of his vocal ability, the versatile singer has taken on very different C19th & C20th settings of English Jacobean poets – a marriage of sentiment and purpose, between poets and composers separated by four centuries. Opening with arguably Quilter’s finest song ‘By a Fountainside’, Morris then moves to the playfully theatrical set of three ‘Songs for Ariel’ by Tippett, before closing with Hubert Parry’s luxuriant ‘Lucasta on Going to Wars’.

This EP, due in November, is only the first step in a process which Iestyn Morris is hoping will see the release of a full album very soon. His ambition is for a full length LP featuring a wide range of English composers, showing that at its best, English song can stand up against exponents from any other song tradition, before potentially turning his attention to another album – this time celebrating classical Russian repertoire.


Brand New Track From Roberta Howett

Born in Dublin, Roberta Howett has always been musically inclined. From a young age she competed in national competitions in Ireland and trained with the Royal Academy.

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‘Water to Fire’ is available from October 23rd.

Roberta’s latest track is a heady, brazen mix of classic pop sensibilities with a singer songwriter’s touch.  She cites the likes of Kate Bush, Florence Welch and Michael Jackson as key influences in her music. With this release she is certainly working towards cementing herself as a pop icon just like her heroes.

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Sweet Beat Of The Week : ON MY WAY (GIFTED REMIX)


This remix puts Rebecca in a totally new space which only goes to show off her versatility, her stunning vocals blend well with the trap style synths and compliments this more gritty remix with charm and bold expression.

After lining up on stage next to some of the UK’s biggest artists at The Wembley Arena and completing her own national schools tour, this has already been an impressive year for the Welsh born singer, and with her mixtape due out November 2015 as well as other exciting things planned for 2016, it would be best to keep an eye on Rebecca James for the coming year.

‘On My Way (Gifted Remix) will be available from November 23rd