Hello and welcome to another edition of the weekly German Shepherd Records Newsletter
– Introducing sycloner
– Adventures of Salvador announce album launch
– German Shepherd acts at this years Strummercamp
– Unseasonal Beasts
– Gig news
We are pleased to announce a promotion partnership with Australian duo sycloner.
sycloner is a collaboration between Peter Greasley (Vocals) and Daniel Cunnington (Guitar) and is based in Brisbane-Gold Coast (Australia). Originally meeting as members of the band Dream Circle (BMG), Daniel and Peter reconnected in early 2018 to create the indie-pop sound of sycloner. Daniel writes music and plays guitar from a diverse music base, including classical concerts and recordings. Peter writes, sings, bass, and keyboards.
First coming to the labels attention through Bob’s Aural Delights radio show we agreed to work with Peter and Daniel to promote their already released pair of EPs with the idea of releasing a third EP in due course. We were impressed by the quality of their songs and their classy sound.
Their first three track ep “Not Without You” was released in December 2018
Their second four track ep “Lost and Found” was released in February 2019
A third EP is on the way.
Adventures of Salvador Album Launch
We are pleased to announce the album launch date for Bury’s finest exponents of Urban-Surf-Punk-Rock.
Adventures of Salvador play The Castle Hotel, Oldham Street, Manchester on 28th June following the release of the album on the 21st. Full details which can be found on Facebook included options of buying a ticket direct from Ticketweb and to purchase a ticket plus digital version of the album bundle direct from our merch page on Bandcamp.
In addition the two support bands on the night are also on the German Shepherd records roster – Chorley’s Electric Cheese and all the way from Haverhill in Suffolk the “Shed Punk” trio Umbrella Assassins.
The new Adventures of Salvador album is called “Welcome To Our Village” and will be released on June 21st, it includes the critically lauded single “Retroman” .
We are pleased to announce that three of our bands will be at this years Strummercamp – to be held at Oldham Rugby Club on the weekend of 24th – 26th May. Four Candles will part of the opening night celebrations and The Parish Church Fire and Adventures of Salvador will also be playing over the weekend. Our good pal and DJ supreme Stephen Doyle will be getting the crowds moving with his excellent DJ sets. With a host of excellent acts over a packed weekend the 13th edition of this popular festival is not to be missed.
The exciting new partnership between Ian Moss and Simon “Ding” Archer made their debut at The Castle Hotel, Manchester last week and following that we are pleased to announce the forthcoming release of four EPs from the duo – combining the infectious and compelling industrial electronica of Archer with Moss’s punk rock growl and always fascinating lyrics, this series of releases promises to be one of the highlights of the summer. We’ll keep you posted on progress and pending that here’s a capture of last weeks show by the ever reliable Paul Forshaw.
And finally here is a list of all the forthcoming gigs featuring our artists…..
1st to 31st – Moff Skellington has an art exhibition at Canwood Gallery and Sculpture Park, Checkley, Hertfordshire
18th -Weimar play the Eagle, Salford supporting St Lucifer
18th – Poppycock play Whalley Range Pride event at The Carlton Club
20th – Stewart Harris from Scissors on Dave Hammonds Smellypot Show on Cambridge 105 talking about the new live album
23rd – Inferior Complex play King Charles, Poole
24th – Inferior Complex play Royal Oak, Basingstoke
24th – Four Candles play Strummercamp at Oldham Rugby Club
25th – Sam Smith plays Strummercamp at Oldham Rugby Club
25th – Four Candles play PsyCo Circus All Dayer at The Peer Hat – we think they are on at 5:30pm
26th – Adventures of Salvador plays Strummercamp at Oldham Rugby Club
26th – Inferior Complex play Clockwork, Southampton
31st – The Mind Sweepers play Dickies Bar, Dundee
1st – Umbrella Assassins (Rebel Arts Stage) Bouquet of Dead Crows (Portland Ballroom Stage) and Keltrix play Strawberry Fair, Midsummer Common, Cambridge
2nd – Inferior Complex play Bandstand, Eastleigh
5th – The Junta plays West Street Live, Sheffield
6th – Adventures of Salvador and Matthew Hopkins play Liverpool Fringe Festival
7th – The Parish Church Fire and Four Candles are playing The Eagle, Salford
7th – Inferior Complex play The Alexandra, Southampton
8th – Keltrix play Pride!, Jesus Green, Cambridge
8th – Inferior Complex play The Red House, Yeovil
13th – Inferior Complex play Angola ’76 , Shaftsbury
15th – Paul Winter from The Mind Sweepers is supporting JD Meatyard at Leith Depot Edinburgh tickets are £5 with £1 going to local homeless charity.
20th – Inferior Complex play The King Charles, Poole
21st – Weimar play The Eagle, Salford
22nd – Inferior Complex play King Charles, Poole
24th – The Junta plays The Peer Hat, Manchester with Lucky + Love.
26th – Dominic Carlton Jones plays Cuckoo Calling (Featured Artist) Bury New Road, Prestwich
28th – Adventures of Salvador play The Castle, Oldham Street, Manchester – ALBUM RELEASE SHOW
28th – Inferior Complex play The Alexandra, Southampton
5th – Mark Corrin’s Elastikbande play The Railway, Didsbury
5th – Inferior Complex play The Shooting Star, Southampton
6th – The Mind Sweepers play Electric Fields Festival, SWG3, Glasgow
13th – Umbrella Assassins play The Smokehouse, Ipswich
13th – Electric Cheese play Indiefest 2019 at The Boulevard, Wigan
19th – The Scissors with Moonstrips at Blue Moon Cambridge
20th – Keltrix play Whoosh Festival, The Missing Sock, Sto-Cum-Quy
28th – Monkeys In Love celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing at The Klondyke Club, Levenshulme – afternoon show between 1pm and 5pm
31st – The Junta plays The Peer Hat
9th – Mark Corrin’s Elastikbande play The Railway, Didsbury
10th – Weimar play Scarborough Apollo
16th – Keltrix play The Green Man, Granchester
25th – Toska Wilde plays It Came From The Sea II at The Centre, Margate
12th October – Scissors play The Six Bells, Cambridge
26th October – Toska Wilde plays CULT 13 – Underground Alternative Night at The Venue Southend.