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Pre-order Steve Hewitt’s ‘Bigger Than Words’ CD now

Steve Hewitt’s brand new album ‘Bigger Than Words’ is a work of pure alt-pop beauty with ten awesome and heartfelt new tracks that you’ll want to listen to again and again, and need to own now. Simply paypal a tenner to info@engineerrecords.com (or drop us a line at the same address) and pre-order your … Continue reading

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Hidden Cabins at The Ship

Three years ago today Hidden Cabins played at The Ship in Gillingham with label-mates Red Light Runner and One Day Elliott as part of a UK tour. James Vince put on the show and here’s a pic of him with the hairy crew…

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Seize the day with Son of the mourning

Son of the mourning’s first single from the ripping blast of HC energy that is the ‘Eulogy’ CD is ‘Carpe Diem’ and it is getting a lot of radio airplay. Thanks this week to Radio Kaos in France, Banks radio in Australia, Lurch’s Lair, Indie Alliance, UK Independent, Only Rock, Smile and Castleblakk www.castleblakkradio.com … Continue reading

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Steve Hewitt’s playing at the Forum and the Hopyard

Tonight sees Steve Hewitt playing tracks from his new album ‘Bigger Than Words’ at Tunbridge Wells Forum and tomorrow night sees him jamming them out again through a drunken haze at the Hopyard Brewery in Forest Row, East Sussex. Get along if you can and say you saw him before he became famous.

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Hail Taxi ‘Rocket’ on the radio

Hard on the heels of the singles ‘Magic Spark’ and ‘Wild Rose Country’, Hail Taxi’s latest single getting radio airplay is ‘Rocket’. You can hear it on no less than twenty independent radio stations right now and we will be posting links to as many shows as possible. The CD (five track EP) can … Continue reading

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Post Punk Press and Live a little louder review ‘Echoes’ by Come the spring

PostPunkPress (Jessy Morgan) review – https://postpunkpress.com/2018/03/19/come-the-spring-echoes-review/ “Come The Spring are emotionally charged in every aspect of their musicality. 13 Months kicks off the album with a huge surge of power, emphasising the sovereignty of the drums as it underlines the depth of the track, complemented by a weighted bass leading the rhythm. With such … Continue reading

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