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The Legendary Candi Staton Sends Special Message to Seek Fined Fan


Legendary Soul and Gospel singer Candi Staton, famous for incredibly catchy tracks like 'Young Hearts Run Free' and 'You Got The Love', which was covered not so long ago by Florence and The Machine, is trying to get hold of one of her fans for the amazing chance of meeting Candi!

Recently a fan was fined for playing their music too loud, with one of the tracks being one of Candi's biggest hits. The lady herself is now trying to find this fan and give them the opportunity to bring them on stage during her upcoming show at the London Jazz Cafe later this year.

Check out the message from Candi:

The message has gone out onto YouTube and the hunt has begun! Spread the word, share the video and help Candi on her mission!!

Also stay tuned for the latest news on her new UK release and tour dates!


King of Vintage, Si Cranstoun gets playlisted on BBC Radio 2 and Magic...What's next for the Rock n Roll Star?


After twenty years of busking on the pavements of the UK and making a name for himself on the ‘Vintage’ scene with his Jackie Wilson-esque original song writing style, Si Cranstoun is finally breaking into the wider public eye with new single ‘Caught In The Moonlight’.

He’s now delighted to see his efforts come to fruition having signed a deal with Warners and gained support from Radio 2 and in particular Terry Wogan.

Now on the playlist of the UK’s biggest radio station, Si Cranstoun is keener than ever to share his unique musical sensibility. His fresh take on old school soul has seen him compared not only with the aforementioned Jackie Wilson but also the excellent Imelda May. It’s a style that has grown from years of honing and busking and improving his sound, writing a back catalogue of top quality material that has stood the test of time, but also led to saw him meet his wife as she passed on the pavement!

Si has a number of shows coming up so make sure you catch one of hisperformances!


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Pavilions - 'The Futures Mine to Make' out August 11th!


Pavilions, have release debut single ‘Futures’ off their new album The Futures Mine to Make. The band, hailing from The Wirral, has taken their local area by storm with their post-hardcore sound influenced by musicians such as Don Broco, Sleeping with Sirens and Emarosa.

Pavilions’ have certainly found their musical direction with new album The Futures Mine to Make, seeing exciting collaborations with the likes of producer, Dan Lancaster (Don Broco, JLS, Rita Ora, Little Mix) and track features from Johnny Craig and Violet front man, Charlie Bass.

Their career highlights include a support slot with Jonny Craig and playing to an almost sold out crowd supporting Fearless Vampire Killers and the o2 academy in Liverpool. They have also played a whole host of hometown shows supporting the likes of Deaf Havana, Alkaline Trio and Lower than Atlantis.

With such charisma and dedicated support, the potential this band has is colossal and 2014 is looking like it could be their breakthrough year.

Tour Dates:

Mon 14th July - Decade (Liverpool o2 academy)

Fri 1st Aug - The Blackout (Liverpool o2 academy)

Fri 12th Sep - Headline (The Alma Rock and Metal Band, Bolton)

Sun 14th Sep - MedRock Festival, Manchester

Sep - Nov - Violet (Leicester)

Dec - Liverpool Festival



Wonder Villains track Zola is available as a free download to mark the release of the album

Wonder Villains are brother and sister Kieran and Eimear Coyle, Cheylene Murphy and Ryan McGroarty.

From Derry, N.Ireland, they make blistering alternative-pop not entirely dissimilar in spirit from that legendary Derry band the Undertones. They smash through two minute pop songs while cranking the distortion on their keyboard sounds.

Their singles have received support nationally on BBC Radio 1, Radio 2, 6 Music, XFM, Absolute Radio and in Ireland on Cool FM, RTE 2fm and Today FM among others.

Radio support also came in the form of a Maida Vale Huw Stephens session and a BBC Radio 1 Introducing play list addition on the band's first single ‘Zola’ (which will be the lead track for week of album release). ’Blonde’ picked up a ‘Next Hype’ and ’Brand New Sound’ on Radio 1, while most recent single 'Marshall' picked up more radio play and saw the band featured on ITV's Saturday morning programme 'Scrambled'. Their track 'Ferrari' is the theme tune for CBBC's Dani's Castle

About the record, the band say - “Rocky is our 12 favourite songs written since we started the band in 2010. We grew up so much while writing this album. Some songs were recorded after school and at weekends, singing about TV characters and footballers. When we left school and moved into a big house together in Belfast called the ‘Wonder Villa' we wrote about new experiences like moving away from home and being hungover. Rocky captures a cool time in our lives and we can't wait for you to hear it! Yeoo”

The band have toured with They Might Be Giants, played SXSW & the Great Escape in 2014 and have more dates lined up to support their debut album release.


May 24-26 - Dot to Dot Festival, UK
June 17th - Huw Stephen’s Presents…Social, London
June 21st - All Ages Show, Oh Yeah Music Centre Rooftop (2pm) SOLD OUT
June 21st - Sub Bar, Queens University, Belfast.
June 28th - Dicey Riley's, Strabane
July 11th - State Faces, Dublin


#BringBackOurGirls: Former X-Factor Star Annastasia Baker Releases 'Let Me Go' In Support


With an incredible voice that has seen her through to the X Factor judges’ houses on two previous series, vocalist Annastasia Baker is set to release a new single focused on raising awareness for the 200 schoolgirls recently kidnapped in Nigeria. The single, ‘Let Me Go’, sees Annastasia on powerful vocal form as she highlights an issue close to her heart.

A mother with a young daughter of her own, Annastasia cannot imagine what the families of the lost girls are going through. And without the financial means to directly impact the ongoing campaign to find them, she has turned to music as a tool to keep the situation in the public eye.

It’s not difficult to see from the track why Annastasia Baker’s voice has seen her so close to the X-Factor live finals on two occasions, and this isn’t the only time she has been successful on screen. Crowned winner of Gospel TV Show ‘Time2Shine’ last year, Annastasia is looking to build on that success and use it as a springboard for her own career, as well as continuing the fight to improve the situation in Nigeria.

‘Let Me Go’ is released June 16th – please use #BringBackOurGirls to support the campaign.

Twitter: @AnnastasiaBaker