Saturday, 10 January 2009

Attic Lights Are So Good For You/Want a free CD?

Attic Lights have reworked Dennis Waterman's "I Could Be So Good For You" for Channel 5's remake of 80s favourite "Minder". The show airs in February and Attic Lights version of the classic theme tune will be released on 16 February, although it'll be available digitally from 12 January. The new six-part "Minder" stars Shane Richie as Arthur Daley's nephew Archie. See the video HERE. (The Cat will be at the gig on Saturday at the ABC in Glasgow. Say hello, if you think you know what I look like!)

Site News: I've given the Jocknroll website a bit of a spring (or should that be winter) clean, especially on the Hame page, and I shall endeavour to work my way through it page by page to ensure that everything is up-to-date and working. If there are any features you'd like to see on the site, by all means let us know. Also, if you would like a plug and a link to your band on the site or here, get in touch.

If you're a Scottish act and you'd like us to give you an honest review of your single/album/digital release/gig then contact us and we'll tell you where to send stuff.
Talking of great stuff, I have five copies left of Neon Tetra's wonderful compilation "Independent and Free", which features many of the acts on their roster. The first five to get in touch will get one for nothing/nowt/zilch/FREE, assuming you live in the UK. (Sorry, but have you seen the price of postage?). I can't recommend the label's output highly enough because there are some cracking bands featured - Green Peppers, Our Lunar Activities, Joe Kennedy, The Goldenhour, The Ronelles, Daniel Wylie, The River Detectives (yes, they're still going), The Fast Camel, Ally Kerr and Water School. There are also guest appearances, on the Green Peppers tracks, from Justin Currie and Isobel Campbell. You know you want one.

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