Our roster

We’ve worked with bands and artists across all genres and in lots of different ways – from helping them set up their social media profiles through to music PR campaigns for their releases. If you’re interested in working with us check out what we do and get in touch.

Current roster

Useless Cities

Useless Cities band portrait by Keira-Anee Photography

Image: Keira-Anee Photography

We’ve worked with London-based indie band Useless Cities on their social media, streaming and direct-to-fan approach across two 2019 singles, as well as providing online and radio PR for their November 2019 release.

Working with producer Paul Tipler (LIINES, Elastica, Placebo) the band create bittersweet melodies evoking The Horrors or Idlewild. Our work builds on their earlier coverage in publications including XS Noize, Gigslutz, Emerging Indie Bands, and Fresh on the Net.

Find Useless Cities on their website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Reckless Yes Records

Reckless Yes rosterWe provide the in-house PR and direct-to-fan marketing services for independent record label Reckless Yes and their growing roster of bands, for who Sarah Lay is co-founder and Head of Creative.

Upcoming releases for which we’re handling online, print, radio and TV PR as well as digital and direct-to-fan marketing include Panic Pocket (debut EP), Japan Review (debut EP), Mark Morriss (album Look Up), Pet Crow (second album – online, print and D2F), and Turkish Delight (album reissues).

Past campaigns have included LIINES (debut 7″, single On and On), Pet Crow (debut album), Unqualified Nurse Band (album), and Dactylion (debut EP). Find out more about Reckless Yes here.

See our full roster of past clients here.

Work with us

If you’d like to find out how we can help you reach new audiences with online, print or radio PR for your next release or how you can get the most from the efforts you put in to connecting with fans on social media check out our range of services or email for a chat.

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