Monthly Archives: September 2011

Sonic Boom Six Tour

We’re pleased to announce that Sonic Boom Six are on tour in Oct and Nov in support of their new single “For The Kids Of The Multiculture” which will be out on Rebel Alliance Recordings. For press enquiries please contact … Continue reading

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SONIC BOOM SIX sign to Trashed Management

We’re very pleased to announce that Sonic Boom Six have signed a management deal with Trashed Management.   Having seen their amazing shows at this years festivals and hearing the new album we couldn’t miss this great opportunity. SB6 will … Continue reading

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Never Means Maybe announce Nov UK Tour

NEVER MEANS MAYBE  ANNOUNCE NOV/DEC UK TOUR! ‘Imagine the excitement you felt when FFAF burst onto the scene with their first EP. NMM evoke rather similar feelings of joy.’ – Rocksound 8/10  Melodic, heavy, raw, pure; dark yet uplifting” – … Continue reading

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Never Means Maybe sign to Trashed Management

We’re absolutely delighted to announce that Never Means Maybe have signed a management deal with Trashed Management. We were so blown away by Never Means Maybe on the 2010 Jagermeister tour that we wanted to work with them in some … Continue reading

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Marianne Harris joins the Trashed Management Photographer roster

We’re very pleased to announce that Trashed Management have signed Marianne Harris to their photographer management roster.  We’ve been a big fan of Marianne’s work and her signing gives the roster a great balance across all genres.   We look … Continue reading

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Stereo Decade – Release on Xtra Mile Recordings

We’re very pleased to announce that Stereo Decade are part of the Xtra Mile Recordings – Mile High Club Vol3 alongside some amazing artists including the brilliant Frank Turner,  The Xcerts, Sucioperro and Crazy Arm to name but a few. … Continue reading

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