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An independent record company home to recordings by cult rockers Jesse Hector and Dave Edmunds, Soul-Blues writer/singer/guitarist Mississippi MacDonald, the acoustic Blues of Imelda May sideman guitarist and singer/songwriter Oliver Darling, the maximum R&B of label-mates Sonic Blue, songs and recordings by Country Blues singer songwriter Niall Kelly, the amazing fifty years worth song catalogue of baroque balladeer John Howard, songs by the psychedelic moses Anton Barbeau, the new wave electronica songs and recordings of Ian North, the harmonic beatles-isms of Tom Hartman and The Aerovons, current ambient Blues and social commentary songs of Sean Taylor, classic Soul Funk recordings by Kokomo. Songs in films and TV, recordings on comps.. Recordings on all good digital media platforms, even some physical product – see our shop page. Licensing of recordings and songs welcomed.

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21 hours ago

Another Planet Music
more review action for APM, Blues Album of the month in August's issue of Mojo. Congratulations @mississippimacdonald1. See him at festivals in July / August, lives dates here mississippimacdonald.com/tourdates/. ... See MoreSee Less
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5 days ago

Another Planet Music
And appearing @glastonburyfestivaluk2022 this week is our songwriter Sean Taylor. Becoming at bit of a regular, this his fourth time. Touring his album #thebeatgoeson , which was Americana Album of the Month in Mojo on release in Feb this year.#glastonbury @glastofest @theamauk #americanauk @kassnermusic @mojo4music @americanafest #acousticblues #seantaylorsongs #singersongwriter ... See MoreSee Less
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And the Kokomo related release of The Mick Cox band album is out this Friday....ex-Eire Apparent (prod by Jimi Hendrix) songwriter/guitarist with own 1973 album prod by Shel Talmy, with four players later the same year to found Kokomo...first reissue , first time on CD, plus bonus tracks... ... See MoreSee Less
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Kool review of our album in the new issue of Record Collector, ahead of their two live shows next week at The Half Moon, Putney. ... See MoreSee Less
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