Posts Tagged: Wah Wah 45s

“Why Don’t You Do Right?”

Having wowed tastemakers across the board with her debut album, “Barefoot In Your Kitchen”, in 2012 saucy songstress and culinary linguist Bev Lee Harling returns with a one-off single covering one of her favourite songs of all time.

An anticipated album with a sound of his own

The first taster of Scrimshire’s highly anticipated third opus, “Bight”, exemplifies progressions made both as a singer-songwriter and producer since his acclaimed second album, “The Hollow”…

The Gene Dudley Group now for free!

This week we’re proud to announce that Wah Wah 45s are offering you the debut from their new signing, The Gene Dudley Group, entirely for free!

Coming from Wah Wah 45s…

The Gene Dudley Group represents an outpouring of deep soul and funk music from obscenely talented 27 year-old multi-instrumentalist residing in North London, Gene Dudley.

First taste of Scrimshire’s new album

The first taster of Scrimshire’s highly anticipated third opus, “Bight”, exemplifies progressions made both as a singer-songwriter and producer since his acclaimed second album, “The Hollow”.

Wah Wah 45s: Lea Lea

They call her the mistress of dark electronic soul. “Black or White” is her new single and the video for it is here!

VA – Wah friends electric

For almost a decade and a half Wah Wah 45s have been releasing music with a soulful feel, regardless of sub-genre, many of which have no doubt ended up as staples of your local underground dance floor on a Saturday night.

Colman Brothers Remixed!

After their great debut for Wah Wah 45s 18 months ago, Bristol siblings in jazz have finally succumbed to the remix project we’ve all been waiting for!

A Free EP: Forgotten Songs (by Scrimshire)

As he moves towards completing his third album, Scrimshire is finishing off a big 2012 by releasing a little Christmas present – A Free EP: Forgotten Songs!

Out now: Bev Lee Harling – “Robots And Angels”

She’s been described as “simply brilliant” and this final single is a pseudo-festive delight complete with Bev’s trademark ‘instruments’ including a drill, zippers…

Out today: “The Constant”!

For the last two years they have been releasing high grade dub and reggae on vinyl for Wah Wah 45s and it was all leading to this moment – their first album for the label!

Percussive piano?

Check out why there’s no better way to describe His piano but as a drumm! Mr. Henri-Pierre Noel is back!

The Constant

After signing with Wah Wah 45s, releasing four 7″ singles and playing at some of the top European festivals, Resonators are back with their second album! But that’s not all…