Part Time Heroes are currently working on their new album which, from the evidence of this track, will be one to watch out for in 2012. ‘So’ is jazzy and soulful (just the way we like it), featuring the vocals of Sarah Scott, and you can get your very own free copy from the link [...]
It’s lovely down at the Hollow with Adam Scrimshire. You get to listen to all sorts of beautiful and mesmerising music accompanied by some great singers and even a brass band. With this album, Scrimshire has managed to create an collection of diverse songs with a common vibe – one that is both soulful and sombre, sexy and sultry.
So, label boss of Wah Wah 45s, Adam Scrimshire, has taken a big leap by leaving his proper job, putting a band together and making an album. ‘The Hollow’ will actually be his second album, and ‘Home’ is the first single off of it. Reflective, soulful electronica is probably the long and short of it, [...]
We first came across Mark Dobson (aka Ambassadeurs) on the ‘Allo Love’ compilation from Wah Wah 45s, which we reviewed here. The boy from Brighton is actually signed to Jalapeno Records and will be releasing his debut EP, ‘Come A Little Closer’ on October 10th 2011. You can listen to the whole thing right here. [...]
This album came out a few weeks ago, probably whilst you were sunning yourselves on the beaches of the Riviera, so it’s worth highlighting, through the unquestionably authoritative power of a Meme Review, exactly how good the record is.
Trombone and trumpet pair (that’s Matt and Andrew, the Colman Brothers to you and me) have just released this atmospheric jazz / soundtrack tune on Wah Wah 45s. The release, orginally on their debut eponymous LP, is digital only, and features a rather good remix by label mates Part Time Heroes, which adds big beats [...]
There is a sub-sub-genre of achingly-hip brass bands around at the moment, including The Hypnotic Brass Ensemble from Chicago and the Hot 8 Brass Band from New Orleans. And now, from our very own London town, we have the Hackney Colliery Band…
We almost passed this album over. On first listen it all sounded a bit twee, but it has taken a month or two for us to come round, and now we get it. Stac‘s debut album on Wah Wah 45s is a beautiful acoustic soul effort put together with help from label-mate (Adam) Scrimshire and contibutions [...]