Labelicious Radio in Canada have run a special show on Engineer Records, and just in case you missed it you can listen in here:
It is hosted by Nathaniel Sutton (Hail Taxi) and has a few comments from me too.
Here’s the playlist:
1. Hunter Gatherer – Spelling It Out (Low Standards For High Fives)
2. Rydell – Fire At The End Of The Street (Hard On The Trail)
3. Breaching Vista – Desperation Move (Breaking the View)
4. Junior Achiever – California (All The Little Letdowns)
5. Ramona – Hanging On The Words (Mornington Cresent Now Open)
6. Son Of The Mourning – Glowing Orionid (Eulogy)
7. Come The Spring – For What It’s Worth (Echoes)
8. One Day Elliott – 100 Voices (Triple A-Side)
9. Elemae – Disappointment Book (Popular Misconceptions Of Happiness)
10. Cornflames – A Scoreless Draw (The Farewell Drive)
11. Blake – Superhero (I Was Young In The 90’s)
12. Crosstide – Not At All (Seventeen Nautical Miles)
13. Sirens & Shelter – Artist In Civil War (The Midnight Arrangement)
14. Eyeswan – River To The Sea (Domestique)
Son of the Mourning’s new CD ‘Eulogy’ is getting great reviews already and available now for radios, reviewers and distro partners, although not officially out for another month or so.
If you cant wait that long to check out this slice of HC heaven then go to https://sonofthemourninguk.bandcamp.com/releases and sate yourself.
It’s getting close now, ONE DAY ELLIOTT’s 20 Year anniversary show.
SATURDAY 9TH MARCH 2019. 3PM – 2AM.
£6 ENTRY (£5 IN ADVANCE OR ON THE DOOR WITH AN OFFICIAL ODE T-SHIRT)
THE ANTHONY MARTIN ALLSTARS
RED LIGHT RUNNER
SUM OF NOTHING
VICTOR AND THE BULLY
ONE DAY ELLIOTT
DJ LESS THAN CHEESE
2019 marks 20 years since One Day Elliott started gigging and to celebrate we’re putting on a huge show at our home away from home; The Red Lion in Gravesend. We have an absolutely awesome lineup of bands confirmed and a cracking afterparty to keep everything going till the early hours.
We’ll have a few surprises and some VERY special guests throughout the night.
We’re also donating every penny raised from the show to an amazing charity – Square Pegs Arts, who run Theatre, Music and other Arts projects for children, young people and adults with autism, learning disabilities or social communication difficulties. Check out https://www.squarepegsarts.com to see find out more about the excellent work they do.
We’re extremely honoured and feel infinitely lucky to have played together for such a long time and to have met so many cool people, played with too many awesome bands to mention, and have had some of the best, most memorable experiences we could have ever imagined. We’d love to share that celebration with you all.
Please note the early start – we’re going to make this a kind of mini festival to celebrate with some of our favourite bands so make sure you get down for the beginning.
T-Shirts – if there’s ever a time to dust off your old One Day Elliott T-Shirt and wear it, this is it! (If for no other reason than anyone wearing an official ODE T-Shirt gets in for a little bit cheaper!)
About ten years ago Son Of The Mourning, the screamo kings of Manchester, UK, recorded and released the ‘Forest Bank’ CD and then the split CD with My Shining One (from NJ, USA) and became pretty busy sharing stages with Converge, Beecher, Eden Maine, Number One Son, Aconite Thrill, Shaped By Fate and many others. They started to record a full album for us but unfortunately, and as sometimes happens, the band broke up. Now, a decade later, and mainly thanks to Gav Brady, the guitarist and now singer, those tracks have been finished and remixed. The resulting metal-core rifferama is aptly called ‘Eulogy’ and will be released on Engineer records in the next months.
We’ve been listening to the fierce and uncompromising final mixes and have to say this will go down very well with the original fans and anyone into Alexis On Fire, Black Dahlia Murder, Cave-In, Dillinger Escape Plan, Botch, Darkest Hour, Boy Sets Fire and Killswitch Engage.
Wes O’Connor has been working on the fantastic artwork (hit him up on twitter: @sickpatton) and here’s a peek at the cover art.
Trying out tracks from the upcoming album ‘Bigger Than Words’ Steve Hewitt played a set with a full band at the Trinity in Tunbridge Wells last night to a packed house.
He also had a few mates join him onstage for some tracks too and as there were cameras at the show too there will be a video from it soon.