Wednesday, May 25, 2005

Microphonic gets a mention... Music Week

Music Week has been the weekly guide to Europe's most influential music market for more than 40 years. In this weeks issue they have written a three page article on Reggae entitled "Feelgood factor is flooding back."

Microphonic gets a mention; "The strength of the reissue market has led Blood & Fire A&R director Steve Barrow to set up two new labels - Hotpot and Microphonic. The former will focus on artists without previous exposure on labels; the latter will concentrate on reissuing the early works of Jamaican deejays. The first output will be a Glen Brown album on Hotpot and a Peter Rankin release on Microphonic."

Its great to get some PR. However, for accuracy, Microphonic will not be releasing Peter Rankin as a debut release. We currently have contracts for two albums and Peter Rankin is not featuring in either of them. More on these releases will be published on our website when we have mustered enough fuel to get this venture off the ground and actual release dates are known.

Music week is available from most high street news agents at a cover price of 4.25 (GB pounds). There is a link to Musicweeks website below but it is a subscription service and most articles cannot be viewed unless you are a subscriber.
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