It’s been a busy time for The Senton Bombs as they released their album Mass Vendetta a couple of weeks ago and launched their new single from it – which immediately got played on Kerang! Radio (April 26th).
We’re hoping this is the start of a big campaign for the band – make sure you check them out live soon:-)
The single Train Wreck is available as a free download throughout May via the band’s website.
We’ve only just started working with The Ellipsis, but we were struggling to keep up with the feedback and the plays that they received – within minutes of us plugging them to radio!
The band will be opening this year’s Godiva Festival in their home town of Coventry, and they were over the moon to be played on Kerrang! Radio’s evening show with Johnny Doom last week (April 20th).
Wasted Potential Me is an awesome track and we think this band are heading for bigger things! Check them out:-)
We’re just wrapping up the plugging for Fahran’s single A Thousand Nights and we were thrilled to get the invite from Kerrang! Radio’s Johnny Doom to appear on his TV show “Amp’d” with him.
They recorded an interview and one of their video’s will be shown at the end of the show, which will be broadcast sometime in May. We’ll keep you posted!
Well done to Indya, who had another great week (w/c April 18th) with plays on Kerrang! Radio and Amazing Radio – on the Aaron Phillips rock show.
So many other stations all over the globe are getting in on the action, as they’ve been played on over 50 stations so far. Next week, they play at the Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds gig at the O2 Academy in Liverpool (April 25th)
The new Tess of the Circle album “Amplify” was released last week and it seems the new single You Take Me out Of My Head is being played all over the country right now!
Tess Jones from the band, appeared in session on Fubar Radio in London and he clinched more big plays on Kerrang! Radio, BBC Radio 2 and Planet Rock Radio too. The album is awesome – so make sure you grab a copy now!
It’s been a busy campaign so far for ex Catfish and the Bottlemen’s Billy Bibby, as he appeared on BBC Radio Jersey on Monday (April 18th).
He played acoustically and had a chat to Matthew Price on the morning show – and then his new single Don’t Fall was played to wrap things up. It was the start of a very jam-packed week for Billy and things don’t look like they’re slowing down yet!
Bring it on;-)
We’ve loved plugging The Mojo Slide over the past 6 months or so and we were over the moon when one of our radio contacts approached us about his new TV show and asked if they would like to appear on it. (We bit his hand off!!)
The presenter was Nicky Horne (radio legend and TeamRock) and the TV show is “The Friday Night Rock Show” shown on Vintage TV. The show launches soon, and The Mojo Slide will appear (we believe) on the first episode.
They filmed for a day this week (w/c April 11th) and we can’t wait to see them perform live.
Thanks Nicky, and well done to The Mojo Slide! Tv stars as well as radio stars!
We’ve been enjoying listening to the relaunched Virgin Radio and were especially loving Thursday night’s evening show with Tim Cocker – as he played two of our roster on the same show!
First up, it was Tess of the Circle and secondly, Tim played the new single from Billy Bibby & The Wry Smiles. They both sounded awesome and we’re hoping for more plays for both artists.
Make sure you check out the all-new Virgin Radio now!
3 singles: one album – and full support from Kerrang! Radio as Heel’s new single “Nothing New” was played on Johnny Doom’s evening show this week. (April 13th)
This band have had two storming campaigns with Pluggin Baby so far – and it’s looking like the third one is going the same way!
Make sure you check out their album The Parts We Save. It’s out now!
Marcella Detroit’s campaign continues to pick up more plays, and this week her new single Drag Queen was played on Manx Radio.
Manx Radio is massive on the Isle of Man and they’ve been big supporters of Marcy’s new Gray Matterz album – and we’re happy that Drag Queen has graced their airwaves this week (April 14th). Thanks, guys!