funk rock

Sunset Eyes to release debut single “Hey Baby” on September 27th 2019

Sunset Eyes began as jam sessions with Ola Himberg (guitar) and Vegard Liverød (bass/vocals) and lots of friends. A wild André Drage appeared on drums, booked a gig and claimed they should start a band. Some jams, songs and gigs later the band figured that they were missing something. Magnus Johansen joined on Hammond, and the sounds emanating from the guys’ heads was complete.

Joe Louis Walker to release “Viva Las Vegas Live” on May 10th 2019

On May 10th, 2019, Cleopatra Entertainment - in association with Cleopatra Blues - will release a brand new concert film “Viva Las Vegas Live” from Grammy Award-nominated Blues legend Joe Louis Walker.

Directed by Brent Backhus, this stunning 85-minute concert was captured in all its glory at the infamous Boulder Station Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada last summer during Walker’s 2018 U.S. tour.

Jizzy Pearl returns to the UK for four special shows

One of the last truly unmistakable frontmen of our rock age Jizzy Pearl puts his feet back firmly in the UK in late October and early November with 4 special shows.

With a career that would make even today’s most egotistical maniac’s head explode, its just another day in the office at chateaux Jizzy Pearl’s Love/Hate.

Off of the back of the highly acclaimed “All You Need is Soul” solo album released in May on Frontiers Records - described as the strongest challenger to 1990s career defining “Blackout in the Red Room”.

Jizzy Pearl


What was the inspiration behind the album?
 
J: The aim was to recreate the energy from the album, in “Black out in the Red Room”. (i.n.: I personally think, mission accomplished! The red lights and energy filled the room.)
 
 
What is your favourite song on the new album?
 

Jizzy Pearl of Love/Hate - All You Need is Soul

Jizzy Pearl’s new album encapsulates the classic vintage vibe of 80s/90s Glam Metal and Hard Rock. The album art gives you a clue to the vibrant, energetic and electric vibes and psychedelic harmonies that it contains. Jizzy dragged the 80s/90s into the modern day with high energy riffs and vocals, so still a great listening for anyone not familiar with the Love/Hate days.