Monday, 13 June 2011

see Joe's Twitter for the latest on our releases and other, less relevant things


Tuesday, 28 September 2010

Field latest

Pete Lawrie has recently sold out The Social in London and appeared in The Sun and The Daily Star. His next release the In The End EP will be out in November.

Kyla La Grange will play the first gigs with her new band in October. There is a new song Courage on her MySpace.

Stromae's single Alors On Danse has sold over 60,000 in the UK so far (not a Field release but Joe Taylor is doing the UK A&R for Island Records).

Friday, 23 April 2010

Thursday, 18 February 2010

Itch from The King Blues and Rou from Enter Shikari on the cover of last week's Kerrang!


Kyla La Grange


We at Field are managing Kyla La Grange in partnership with ATC Management.


Kyla is just about to play her first gigs with her new band.

www.myspace.com/kylalagrange

Pete Lawrie's next residency

will be at the Buffalo Bar in Cardiff on March 31st with Erik Hassle and Lauren Pritchard

meanwhile, he is putting the finishing touches to his album and it is very exciting

here's Pete being tipped for success in 2010 by the South Wales Echo:

Monday, 9 November 2009

Pete Lawrie & Friends at the Buffalo Bar in Cardiff

Pete Lawrie has started a monthly residency in Cardiff. Turin Brakes were the guests for the first night, which sold out. Athlete will headline the second night on Thursday November 26th. Sign up to the email list at Petelawrie.com to get free mp3s.

The King Blues

The King Blues' UK tour was a huge success, including 1200 tickets sold in London and 1000 tickets sold in Manchester.

They're now playing supports with Carter USM and The Pogues (their legendary Christmas shows) before another national tour in February, this time supporting Enter Shikari.

Meanwhile, they are writing the next album.

For live reviews and other press see http://www.kingbluespress.blogspot.com/

And here's the front cover of the Big Issue that was guest edited by Itch:

Wednesday, 9 September 2009

Wednesday, 24 June 2009

The King Blues on their Glastonbury shows

"If you’re heading down to Glastonbury Festival this weekend, then come watch us! We are playing on Saturday 27th in the following places:

1.20pm: Itch will be doing a solo poetry set at the IGLOOVISION DANCE DOME.
3.30pm: The King Blues full set on the AVALON stage.
10.50pm: The King Blues full set on the QUEENS HEAD stage."

Friday, 19 June 2009

the next Field Live will be on Tuesday June 30th at the Enterprise, Chalk Farm


and it will be the last one for a while as Sarah Levy who organises it is leaving Field for pastures new.

Monday, 18 May 2009

the next Field Live

Field Live no. 8 will be on Tuesday May 26th from 8pm at The Enterprise, Chalk Farm

Line-up: The Savage Nomads, Sara Schiralli and Medi with an open mike slot at the start of the night (for more more info on this, email Sarah)

£5 entry or £3 NUS

The King Blues vs Lord Byron

The King Blues covered Bonkers for Radio 1's Live Lounge


if you type "King Blues" Bonkers into Google you should be able to find it

Monday, 27 April 2009

Friday, 24 April 2009

Tuesday, 21 April 2009

the new music business

some links to interesting articles about how the music business is changing: http://twentyfirstcenturymusic.blogspot.com/

Thursday, 2 April 2009

King Blues news

The new King Blues single I Got Love was added to the Radio 1 C list yesterday and is also on playlists at XFM London, XFM Manchester, Absolute Extreme, Heat Radio, Nation Radio in South Wales, and the WM Network (four stations in the Midlands including
BRMB).

The video has been added to the Q TV playlist.

And a film set to What If Punk Never Happened is on the homepage of NME.com - check it out.

excellent Field Live on Tuesday

with Charlie Brown, Joe Rose and Murray James. There will be no Field Live in April - the next one will be on Tuesday May 26th at the Enterprise in Chalk Farm.

Wednesday, 11 February 2009

Thursday, 5 February 2009

Wednesday, 4 February 2009

Going to war to prevent war was the most stupid thing I ever heard

If you've seen a sticker or a poster saying "Going to war to prevent war was the most stupid thing I ever heard" then the explanation is here: http://kingbluespress.blogspot.com/2009/02/going-to-war-to-prevent-war-was-most_07.html