Grant Creon & Golden Kanine. Friends and fans of both bands know, that the connection between these two is based on way more than just living in the same city called Malmö. Mattias Larsson acted as a producer for GK9’s album “Oh Woe!” and Linus Lindvall contributed on several songs on Grant Creon’s debut album “Damn Those Things”. Besides that they are very close friends and speak the same musical language. Now they merged and founded Cub & Wolf.
Their debut album will be released on January 16th on vinyl only and it will sound like this:
What seems to be a whole orchestra is actually just a single man and his guitar. But Carl Mathson – the mastermind behind The Lancaster Orchestra doesn’t need more than that to create his melancholic but beautiful sound. Listening for the first time to a live version of “Heart Of Stone” left me starring at the computer screen and wondering how this man could make everything stop for a little while.
Let’s stop again for a second to say: Welcome Carl Mathson, Welcome The Lancaster Orchestra. It’s a pleasure.
The very first of you who preorder the new album “Brothers & Devils” on CD or 180g vinyl (white) will receive an exclusive, extraordinary and beautiful Bertholinis towel (as long as stock lasts). The pricing of 10 Euro (CD) and 15 (LP) includes postage within germany. EU customers simply add 2 Euro – international orders are also welcome – please ask for postage! To save your copy of this piece of art simply send an email to homeshopping(at)stargazerrecords.de in order to receive payment details.
Wow – it’s been a while! It’s not as if nothing happened in the meantime – far from it! So in case it slipped out of your attention that The Great Bertholinis released a videoclip for their first single out off their upcoming album “Brothers & Devils” for a while – feel free to watch it now!
A restless night with less than three hours of sleep. The alarm bell. Somnolence. Coffee. Checking news – checking mails. Routine.
Clicking on a mail. Sender : “AHRM”. Clicked on a youtube link. Still somnolent. Listening to the first chords of a song called “All The Bells”. Awake. Instantly. Damn! Wondering why the heck I never heard of them before after I realized that these guys do come from Malmö. The mission: signing these guys!
It’s an addiction. I just cannot stop listening to the 8 tracks of their debut album. Repeat. Satisfying my need.
Their selftitled debut album is going to be released in late summer. On vinyl. Promised!
Almost a week ago “Northern Ghost”, Bring The Mourning On’s third album came to life. You now have the chance to see this outstanding band live – or, if you do not live near one of these cities, enjoy their brand new videoclip, once again made by the brilliant Björn Wahlström.
Watch the clip here: click. Watch the band in real life here:
11.04.14 Norderstedt – Music Star
12.04.14 Göttingen – Pools
13.04.14 Offenbach – Hafen 2
14.04.14 Innsbruck (AT) – Die Bäckerei
15.04.14 Pfarrkirchen – Club Bogaloo
16.04.14 Düsseldorf – Die Kassette
17.04.14 Hamburg – Hasenschaukel
18.04.14 Hamburg – Dying Lizard Studio
Circles. I first met the guys of The Great Bertholinis in 2009. Back then Golden Kanine supported one of their shows and Stargazer Records came to life just a couple of months before. This evening turned out to be a game changer, meanwhile Gábór and László Bertholini became constant members of Golden Kanine.
Five years later. I received an email with new Bertholini tunes and the question if I wanna release their upcoming record on Stargazer. These songs blew me away and it seemed to be an obvious decision to make.
Please welcome The Great Bertholinis!!