The Blacklight – Aurovine. The debut album from West Yorkshire & Manchester band the Blacklight. Intrinsically northern in attitude and ambition, the Blacklight capture a vibrancy and energy reminiscent of some of the great musical giants of the north of England. From the laugh out loud funny ‘Older Women’ to the pop-emotional intensity of ‘Tooley’s Tune’, written for the death of a teenage friend in a tragic hit and run accident, from the angry rant of ‘Twisted Animation’ to the chilled and easy style of ‘Smoke Rings’ and ‘Summerblime’, the sheer scope of this debut album makes it an unusual one, and the originality of the songwriting gives it a style all of its own.
Bill Madison has released a specially recorded track to help the Hurricane Sandy Relief Effort. Inspired by the storms that have ravaged this country over the years and how people need to come together to overcome both natural and human adversities. All proceeds go directly to the American Red Cross Sandy Relief Fund – Aurovine.
Idoleyes – Aurovine. An artist influenced by rap music in the 90’s. Experiments in styles ranging from Westcoast, New York, and southern rap.