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‘Our new favourite band’ – Artrocker magazine

It's been quite a year for Redtrack who released the album via Club Fandango and have just signed a publishing deal with Peer Music Publishing and have also been snapped up by Mainstage Artists Booking agency following their jaw dropping performance at Leeds / Reading festival on the BBC Introducing stage.

The band feature on the cover of this months Artrocker magazine and also featured on Channel 4's Hollyoaks this summer and their last two video's have appeared on Topman TV and Burtons TV retail screens. This summer saw them play an exclusive set for Talksport Radio where they were introduced to the legend that is Eric Hall, who promptly presented lead singer Billy with Marc Bolan's jacket the next day due to the blow away performance in front of Mr Hall.

Numerous festivals and live dates have featured this year and the band tour Holland this month and will return in early 2011 with their new single.

‘Perky indie-punk scuffles’- NME



Limozine’s new single ‘Siamese Twins’, with B-side ‘Jennifer X’, is the bands fourth single and the first single to be taken from their forthcoming third album ‘Full Service’. Limozine were first picked up by BBC6’s Tom Robinson who chose the bands second single ‘You Da Boss’, and the B-side ‘Honey Yeah,’ to feature on his Fresh on the Net show. 'You Da Boss' also featured on the new music playlist on BFBS Worldwide Radio, was chosen for the A list on Total Rock Radio and received multiple plays by Gideon Coe on 6 Music. The single was featured on the 'Classic Rock Jukebox' in the March issue of Classic Rock magazine.

Limozine are a Rock ‘n’ Roll band based in West London inspired by The Cramps, The Birthday Party and The Ramones

In April 2010 Limozine released their second album ‘Evil Love’ to rave reviews

“Primitive to the point of retardation, but in a good way ” - Classic Rock

“...A great sound”- Tom Robinson BBC6

Limozine’s debut album ‘Car Crash Casino’, recorded and mixed in just eight days was released in October 2007. The eleven track album features live favourites ‘Russian Roulette’ and ‘King Cockroacher’. In early 2009 Limozine began gigging regularly around London. In June, Limozine started up the Rockin Bones Klub; a monthly club in West London with live bands and D.j’s.



“Face-slapping Glamfreakbeat”…We haven’t got a fooking clue what this means but we like it” - NME

Volcanoes emerge with their latest single, talons out, their familiar wit now bristling with menace. Monkey. Gossip. Cross. Tessaract is the new, genre transcending indie-fi single from Volcanoes. A record seething with energy, featuring lyrical comment on mass media, the decline of Hollywood, the pricks in the Sheffield music scene, a girl who becomes her shadow and the cosmological musings of Michio Kaku when it’s far to late at night.

"Smart lyrics, a tight, hungry, almost urgent feel to the music, an impressive back catalogue of EPs and a long, long list of great reviews leaves one question remaining. Why the hell are Volcanoes still unsigned?" - Altsounds

The band are already favourites of numerous indie titles and featured in Artrocker Magazine earlier this year. Unsigned for 5 years would be the death of many bands. Not Volcanoes. Their revolt, their defiance has given them a cause.

Monkey. Gossip. Cross. Tessaract follows the release of their Sugar and Snarls and Shaking the Brass EP’s, both EP’s showcase the multitude of ideas and enchanting song writing ability that Volcanoes possess, which has enabled them to garner huge media support in the past. Boasting an abundance of passion, catchy melodies and instantly infectious bass lines the new releaseconfirms that Volcanoes have their teeth clenched deep in to the UK Indie scene.

"This Leeds based foursome craft a fine indie pop record" - Best of Myspace

Volcanoes secured a wealth of national and regional radio support, including airplay on XFM (John Kennedy) and NME Radio's Best of MySpace podcast with Gill Mills. The band were invited to feature in session on BBC Radio Sheffield, BBC Raw Talent Introducing and BFBS Radio. Volcanoes were also featured in 2009 as one of Edith Bowman’s ‘Bedroom Bands’ on

“Refreshing and interesting. Volcanoes are extremely listenable, extremely entertaining and extremely exciting. 5 stars” Music News

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