Out Now! Nothing Ventured Nothing Gained by The Fabulous Artisans

Films, Indie, Jeremy Thoms, Music, Neil Crossan, Orange Juice, post punk, Punk Noir Magazine

Stereogram Recordings are delighted to announce the release of “Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained” a brand new track by The Fabulous Artisans on September 25th. It was mostly recorded prior to lockdown, with finishing touches, mix and mastering completed in July.

Founded in 2007 and named after the iconic Orange Juice track, The Fabulous Artisans is a collaboration between Glasgow based Oscar and BAFTA award winning actor, former stand-up comic and singer Neil Crossan and Edinburgh based songwriter, singer, multi-instrumentalist and producer Jeremy Thoms (also of The Cathode Ray and Stereogram label boss). “With a sound fed from Bacharach to Barry, Brel to Bowie, Cave to Collins, Magazine to Morricone and Wilson to Walker, this is timeless music for or from any era…

Written, arranged and produced by Jeremy Thoms, “Nothing Ventured Nothing Gained” is only the fourth new track The Fabulous Artisans have released since their warmly received debut album “…From Red to Blue” came out on Swedish indie label Bendi Records in 2008. It continues their lineage of mixing up the classic pop sounds of the past with a modern twist, whilst adding their characteristic big lyrical themes of life and death.

Released September 25, 2020

Lead vocals: Neil Crossan
Written, produced and arranged by Jeremy Thoms.

Big Gold Dream

Grant McPhee, Indie, Music, Orange Juice, Paul Research, post punk, punk, Punk Noir Magazine, Subway Sect, Vic Godard

big gold dreamFrom Wikipedia:

‘Big Gold Dream is a 2015 film documenting the story of Scotland’s post-punk scene, focusing on record labels Fast Product and Postcard Records. Directed by filmmaker Grant McPhee, the film’s name is taken from the 1981 Fire Engines single of the same name, the final release on the Pop Aural label. The film won the 2015 Edinburgh International Film Festival Audience Award.

 

 

Johnny Britton

Indie, Johnny Britton., Music, Orange Juice, post punk, Punk Noir Magazine, Subway Sect, The Clash
johnny britton
Johnny Britton’s career has beaten a strident path as an innovator through the cutting-edge first wave of punk, the sophistication of post punk, as a solo artiste protégé, a catalyst for new acts, as an in-demand singer/musician in the prominent musical groups Subway Sect and Orange Juice and the DJ of Soho’s Club Left and the WOMAD festivals
Singer/guitarist with Subway Sect, Orange Juice and solo artist protégé of Clash/Specials/Dexys/Subway Sect/Joboxers manager Bernard Rhodes.
This album is a ‘best of’ encompassing the wide range of musical styles in the world of Johnny Britton, from his singles ‘The One That Got Away’ and ‘Perpetual Emotion’, to rare acoustic Latin, Cool Bop and Swing, Punk and Classic Rock. Many of these tracks are now heard for the very first time.

credits

released November 23, 2018

MUSICIANS
Johnny Britton: vocals, guitars
Chris Bostock: spanish guitar, bass
Sean McLusky: drums, percussion
Rob Marche: electric guitar
DC Collard: keyboards, bass, trumpet
Alfonso: Bass
Charlie Llewellin: drums