UK Distributors of Wrath Records. Please feel free to contact them and
ask why the latest copy of you favourite Wrath release isn't available
in the Outer Hebrides.
Our partner for online sales. UK and international orders can be taken
through their well-organised online shop. All this and a nice bunch
of chaps they are too!
All the Wrath CD back catalogue and current releases will be availble
to download as MP3s here. How cool is that?
The preferred CD manufacturer for all our releases. As well as having
the patience levels of chess grandmasters, they produce the highest
quality CD’s to any specification. They can also do short-runs
(anything from 50 up) of CDRs in-house that are impossible to tell from
properly manufactured CDs. Good prices too - give them a call.
This is the website for GZ Digital Media in the Czech Republic. Very
reliable and easy-to-work-with manufacturers of all things vinyl. All
price lists are available on their site if you are after saucy 7-inch
Club night and leeds gigs
A bible-like guide to everything band-related in the Leeds area including
reviews, previews, news, views and shoes (it rhymes). Has a very lively
forum where Leedsbands insult each other on a daily basis.
A bible-like guide to everything band-related in the Manchester area
- similar in principle, content and usefulness to it’s Leeds counterpart.
The essential listings site for gigs in the Leeds area strangely enough.
The promotional arm of the LMS website.
Anna and her friends have been solely responsible for making Brighton
the bastion of culture it is with many top-notch gigs.
The gigging arm of Fierce Panda Records puts on rather splendid gigs
at various venues around Laahndan Taaaahn such as The Old Dublin Castle,
The Old Bull & Gate and The Old Plague-riddled Sewer.
Supremely loud and skill PA and Sound Engineering service based out
Wakefield, West Yorkshire. Strongly recommend getting in touch with
you want to actually wake the dead - if you have already woken the dead,
then they also offer web design and photography services so you can
online with the dead, and even photograph the dead!
What I remember of Kerrang! when I was a kid was a magazine full of
poodlerock poseurs like Def Leppard. Strangely enough things have come
round full circle and bands that sound like Sheffield’s finest
are being lauded once more! Kerrang is now the biggest-selling music
mag in the UK and surprisingly has a very open review policy - so far,
they have awarded both The Scaramanga Six & Galitza four of their
sacred ‘K’s each. Keep it up corporate friends.
Sandman run magazines in Sheffield, Leeds, Hull, York and Nottingham
- all of which are equally cool and all of which feature and highlight
all manner of regional and national music activity in a refreshingly
Utterly brilliant Punk online fanzine. A commendable dis-respect for
anything remotely establishment and a real sense of comradery makes
this zine stand out from the crowd. All this and they love les Flames!
too - are they mad?
With a complete passion for all things Rock & Roll, Artrocker do
a unique weekly emailout - a fantastic idea to get the message about.
This enables things to not get stale or too precious. Log on to their
website and subscribe to the mailout as soon as is humanely possible.
Cripes oh lordy! Artrocker also have a record label and regular gig
night in London. Is there no end to these people?
Ace all-round music site! Increasing coverage of all things Wrath by
this, one of the most popular online music magazines, has lead to several
good gigs and contactfrom people as far away as Italy & The UsofA.
Visit them nowwwwww.
Online music magazine with a great taste in music - they must have,
because they have reviewed many Wrath releases. Regular commentators
on the West Yorkshire scene.
As well as being a jolly good fanzine, Diskant should be in the resources
section too. They host websites for many labels such as Purr from Bath
and seem to glue together a lot of the underground music community.
does an all! No frills, honest and articulate review site.
Reviews and articles written by music fanatics says the title page of
this Mansfield-based webzine. And fanatics they are - I have met them
and fell hypnotised under the gaze of their insane, non-blinking lazer
Many reviews and interesting competitions from this online zine. Another
supported of all things Wrath.
Another jolly good website based around the old Charm magazine which
reviewsLeeds/Harrogate gigs and thinks everyone on Wrath are geniuses.
This web-based review zine is based in none other than Huddersfield.
Hoorah!. They have a penchant for prog all right.
Choke! Are a Bristol-based D.I.Y. collective and fanzine. Organise good
gigs and are well up for collaboration and gig-swapping.
The website arm of Organ Magazine - a well-respected and long running
fanzine turned into a national glossy recently. Started out as Cardiacs
fanatics and still are.
Misfit City are an online zine with very eloquent reviews and a penchant
for The Scaramanga Six.
Online radio channel that has supported Wrath Records releases on Laurence
Arnold and Danny Garlick’s programmes.
Another online fanzine with a broad range of coverage.
The Research will probably be huge. Their utterly infectious music should
ensure that will not be able to forget them - even if your brain was
erased with mind rubbers.
Falconetti - star wars influenced sound-scapes with samplers and trumpet
The inimitable Chris T-T first came to our attention with his excellent
album ‘The 253’. Soon after that a single called ‘Eminem
Is Gay’ came out - can’t fault the lad.
Home of THE BILDERBERG GROUP - Not the mysterious organisation formed
by Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands in 1952, but instead it’s
Leeds’ finest country pop tunesmiths. Check out ‘Good Bad’
as part of Wrath Super Sevens 2003 and I guarantee you will be cheered
The Scubas have been peddling their Yorkshire/Scouse crossover of angular
indie pop for a few years. They have a penchant for cardboard boxes,
very loud live shows and their drummer looks like a James Bond bad guy.
Cayto are Great-o and they come from Glasgow. Live shows include maniacal
piano playing, big fuzzy wigs and toy police helmets.
These Huddersfield popsters are so tall that they can easily look over
walls, touch ceilings, browse on tree leaves and develop their own climate.
top pop band from the big smoke
Bristol’s very own breakbeat dirge-merchants. Excellent live performers
and healthily obsessed with PiL’s Metal Box album.
Any band with two drummers, four sets of personalised jumpsuits and
a motorised dodgem car are surely worthy of interest.
One of the most insane and beautiful bands that have ever existed. Visit
the site and kiss the big ugly shark. Look out for future collaboration
between Cardiacs main man Tim Smith and our very own The Scaramanga
Dance To The Radio, run by former Les Flames man Whiskas, is fast dwarving
our efforts to be totally omnipotent. And well done to them too - they
add to the ever-rich seam of Leeds-based record labels. How great.
Magoo's own recording label featuring only the cream of British songwriting
talent, and Stuffy/The Fuses.
Oxford-based indie label, home to such luminaries as Smilex. They also
fortnightly radio programme, so get in contact with them now.
Manchester-based like-minded cohorts of evil treachery. Home to the
likes of Palo Alto, Bynatone, Double Jo(H)n Grey etc. Collaborators
on last year’s Les Flames!/The Scaramanga Six split 7” single.
Jolly nice chaps too.
Based in Baaaaath and have released records by such ace bands as Gravy
Train!!!!, M.A.S.S., J*R, Intentions Of An Asteroid, Aqua Vista and
Sammo Hung. They started out from a hugely successful gig night at the
Moles Club in bath - check out the website for details of who’s
Another Leeds label with hideous plans for dastardly aural terrorism.
Home to The Onion Volts, Mr Shiraz & Catylyst. Secretly plotting
to destroy us, but are still our friends.
Bristol-based label full of hipsters such as Big Joan.
Oxford’s purveyors of fine discs by the likes of Fonda 500, Black
Neilsen etc. They put on a bloody marvellous festival in a farmer’s
field just outside Oxford every year. The label started from this festival
They have done alright for themselves over the years. Used to have CHEST
signed to them (Emma from Galitza was in).
Lego and death. A fine combination!
film film film and more film and cool links
John Pilger investigative journalist / lefty lovey / all round saviour
of the world site
more film. sorry. archive of everything (everything!) ever made. Find
out what that film you loved when you were 4 but can't remember anything
about the title apart from the word 'blob' was in it.
frankly indispensable sight for those of us stuck in the west yorks
area without a vehicle and only our legs.
You can make pictures up with the Powerpuff girls in them. Yummy fun
A primitive, absurdly stupid and very addictive game website hosted
by none other than Bruce Forsythe. You can use weapons such as 'nads
of steel' or even 'the lovely Debbie Magee'.
Two blokes who like nothing better than taking surprise pictures of
old people as one of them mimics them in the background. As purile as
knocking on someone's door and then legging it.
Hot chair on chair action.
and Bob love pie
-if only for the biscuit review archive