Tag: Rockmedia

Rock/Media: Mollie Marriott Album & Tour

Mollie Marriott, which we went to see at The Borderline earlier in June, is due to release her newest album Truth is a Wolf, available on 3rd November 2017 via Amadeus Music. The album is available for pre-order through www.molliemarriott.com and is available as Limited Edition Red Vinyl and Deluxe CD and Standard CD. Fan favourite bundles are available with exclusive signed merchandise ranging from T-Shirts, Posters, Set Lists, Unique Polaroid images and even house gigs. Anyone who pre-orders any of the bundles will receive Mollie’s first single Control as a thank you on Friday 28th July. “I’m really...

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Dhani Harrison, All About Waiting & New Album IN///PARALLEL

Grammy Award winning musician Dhani Harrison’s first solo album  IN///PARALLEL will be released on October 6 through BMG. Today, he also shares the first single from the album All About Waiting and on first (and second) listening it sounds amazing! Dhani Harrison has been busy since the release of his last album with his collective thenewno2. In the past four years Harrison has scored a handful of feature films, marking his big screen debut as a composer on Warner Bros.’s Beautiful Creatures, which the LA Times praised for its “cool alt-rock sound thanks to the haunting music of Harrison”, as well...

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Rock Media: Steve Craddock 3rd Solo.

Album release: Travel Wild – Travel Free, by Steve Cradock Release date: 30 September Label: Proper Listen: on Steve Cradock website  Renowned guitarist Steve Cradock announces the release of his third solo album, Travel Wild – Travel Free, on Monday the 30 September through Proper Records. A founding member of the iconic Britpop band Ocean Colour Scene and guitarist for Paul Weller since 1992, the Solihull native has long been regarded as one of Britain’s most talented musicians and a part of the country’s musical heritage. The affection and knowledge for his craft amassed over the years are truly tangible on the...

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