DEDWARDIANS UNVEIL VIDEO FOR NEW SINGLE

Rockabilly inspired quartet Dedwardians have unveiled a video for their new single Love Sick. The London group, with a sound compared to the likes of The Jim Jones Revue and The Cramps, will release the single, backed by AA side Like An Animal, on November 24. The four-piece formed in London over a shared love of 50s rock and roll and garage punk. In addition, they will play the Alley Cat in Denmark Street, London, on November 21. Dedwardians Official... Read More

LIVE: THE JIM JONES REVUE – 28/09/2014

The Jim Jones Revue - SOUND CONTROL, MANCHESTER - In an era when music is increasingly subjugated to seamless production, studio chicanery and the pursuit of a flawless product, it is refreshing to find a band who still celebrate the raw ebullience of a live performance, and find their triumph with the masses and not behind a studio mixing desk. The Jim Jones Revue, who are now on the final set of shows on their ‘last hurrah’ tour,... Read More

THE JIM JONES REVUE ANNOUNCE FAREWELL UK TOUR

The Jim Jones Revue will cease playing live and recording in October 2014. To celebrate 7 raucous years of blowing apart venues around the world & reinventing the rocknroll wheel with 3 skull cracking studio albums The JJR will embark on a final UK tour. The Last Hurrah tour will blast through JJR strong holds Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester, Leeds, Bristol, Brighton and Norwich before reaching critical mass at The JJRs biggest ever headlining... Read More

COMPETITION: STRUMMERCAMP – PAIR OF TICKETS UP FOR GRABS

The Jubilee Bank Holiday, June 1-3rd, sees the ‘Magnificent Seventh’ Strummercamp festival return to Manchester Rugby Club for another weekend of great music to celebrate the music and influence of Joe Strummer and the Clash. The Jim Jones Revue have been confirmed as Saturday night headliners with Dub Pistols, Rotten Hill Gang + a full supporting bill. The Jim Jones Revue are currently one of the best live bands in the UK, The BBC’s Johnny... Read More

SINGLE: The Jim Jones Revue – High Horse

The feeling is right. It’s raucous, punching, bleary eyed, spinning, upbeat, honky-tonk ruff rock’n’roll blues. But the song’s simple structure is nothing original, and the use of the radio effect on the singer’s voice is a style that gets old – it does not standout as anything to be noticed. The music video shot for this song is based around the dark and delectable fairy tale The Red Shoes: a vain tale of a girl’s desire for the... Read More