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Todd Rundgren’s Utopia to release “Live at the Chicago Theatre” on April 5th 2019

After a thirty-year-plus hiatus, Todd Rundgren’s Utopia graced the Chicago Theatre stage, with the hopes of promising fans an extraordinary, other-worldly concert experience. The original 70’s-formed band established a stellar reputation for stretching the prog rock/pop envelope and infusing their mostly original material with verve and state-of-the-art technique. On this occasion the band featured Todd Rundgren, Kasim Sulton, Willie Wilcox and Gil Assayas.

Cats In Space to release new studio album “Daytrip to Narnia” on March 1st 2019

UK pomp rockers Cats In Space have released a new music video for “Thunder in the Night”, the track is taken from their 3rd album “Daytrip to Narnia”, which will be released on March 1st, 2019, via Harmony Factory/Cargo Records. The video can be viewed below.

Cats In Space invite you to join them on a “Daytrip to Narnia”. An album crammed with even more outrageousness than all their predecessors combined. Jam packed with incredible artwork and extras it is very special.

Todd Rundgren announces Spring 2019 World Tour

Current Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominee Todd Rundgren will be embarking on the world’s first hybrid concert/book tour this Spring, highlighting both his hits, as well as “deep tracks” spanning his 50-year career.

Produced by Live Nation and presented by SiriusXM, the North American leg of the tour starts in Atlanta, GA and hits major markets before wrapping in San Francisco, CA. The North American dates will be preceded by dates in Europe/UK and followed by dates in Japan.

24 Club releases music video for first single “Tell Me What You Want”

Timeless” is the first EP release from the 24 Club and the song “Tell Me What You Want” is featured in the 2018 film ‘Postcards from London’.

Described as a stylish, sexy film about a young man’s journey into an unusual form of escort work, the film was premiered as the closing nights ‘Gala Presentation’ at the BFI Flare Film Festival in London, April 2018.

Watch the video for “Tell Me What You Want” below.

Two other 24 Club songs in the film feature the inimitable Debra Rossiter on lead vocals.

Supercharger releases music video for new single “Off We Go”

Supercharger’s 3rd single “Off We Go” is being released on April 13th, 2018.

Watch the video for “Off We Go” below.

A song that tells the story about leaving the port of their hometown. And nothing is holding them back, now they got rid of the chains that tied them to the studio for too long. Raising the anchor, setting sails, searching the wide horizons across Europe for new adventures. Lose yourself and join in on a journey to discovering the old band in a new light! Don’t you wanna do it?
 

Supercharger to release new studio album “Real Machine” on June 1st 2018

Time to fire up Supercharger once again. Time to start the “Real Machine”.

It’s been a long time but Supercharger is here to stay and with the release of their 4th studio album, the band will soon be roaring from European stages, doing what their fans love about them: Delivering great shows with an unstoppable, pounding energy and a disarming charm.

“Real Machine” was created entirely at Sound Matters Cph. with bass player Karsten Dines Johansen as main producer. The new album will be released on June 1st, 2018, via Gain Music Entertainment.

Todd Rundgren’s Utopia announces Spring/Summer 2018 North American Tour

For 32 years, fans have been clamoring for a reunion - The wait is over.

No longer able to turn a deaf ear to the unceasing requests from fans and the media alike, Todd Rundgren, Kasim Sulton, Willie Wilcox and Ralph Schuckett are reuniting for their first North American tour since the Chernobyl nuclear reactor exploded.

Presented by Sirius XM and produced by Live Nation, Todd Rundgren’s Utopia will be performing across North America beginning on April 18th, 2018.

Cats In Space


Hello Greg and congrats on a sophomore album, Scarecrow”, that managed if not to top your debut at least come shoulder to shoulder with it…
 
G: Hi there! Yes, we are all very pleased so far. The reviews have been amazing and we feel “Scarecrow” is a big leap forward.
 
 
What’s new in the world of the “cats”?
 
G: New? Nothing really, we are from the 1970s!
 

Cats In Space - Scarecrow

I was surprised, scratch that, amazed, when I heard the debut album by UK sextet Cats In Space, who feature in their ranks a number of seasoned musicians who had success in decades past but only came together a couple of years ago to form this new band. Taking only a year they came up with an equally amazing album as their debut, if not better. Their 70s classic rock, with big hooks and AOR sensibilities owes a lot to Kansas and Boston as it does to ELO and 10CC, but all their influences are accumulated perfectly and their identity is quite unique in its own right.