Skilled multi-instrumentalist, and former member of Noah And The Whale, Fred Abbott is today releasing the deluxe edition of his critically acclaimed debut album, Serious Poke. Following a bout of fantastic live shows – including sold out sets at The Borderline...
Two bits of exciting news! First off, GigSlutz have premiered a new lyric video for the radio version of “Funny How Good It Feels“! A tongue-in-cheek homage to questionable 80’s TV advertising, channel hopping and VHS era living.
Secondly, the new Deluxe Edition of Serious Poke is out now on digital stores! It features 6 bonus tracks of live acoustic versions & remixes.
Walker’s last album, 2015’s Ryan Adams’ produced Afraid Of Ghosts, was a cathartic record that dealt with a devastating personal experience, the passing of his father. This one’s a celebration. In Butch’s words, “After coming out of the AOG album cycle and tour where, at the risk of sounding ridiculous, I spent a lot of time on stage bawling my eyes out, I felt a very calm sense of peace. Like I’d done what I needed to do to get it outta my system. Every song that came after that was almost a nostalgic, celebratory…for lack of a better word – ‘jam.’ And the songs just kept coming to me, which was good because that’s not always the case!”
British independent record label & music publisher.
Lojinx is a London-based independent record label. Our roster includes The Bad Machines, Ben Lee, Bill DeMain, Bleu, Brendan Benson, Butch Walker, Caroline Lost, The Click Five, David Mead, David Myhr, El May, Farrah, Fountains Of Wayne, Henrik, Josh Fix, Ken Stringfellow, Kim Richey, The Lost Brothers, Mike Viola, Montana, Nate Campany, Nina Persson, Pugwash, Sally, Seltmann, Tracy Bonham, Tsar, The Wellingtons and Young Hines.