Eden Festival 2015

Distilled Records acts appearing at this years Eden Festival are Steve Dowling & The Obliviates who will be previewing material from their soon to be released third album…  also on the bill are Sticks And Stones who will be playing tracks from their debut album Into The Wild – out now…  for stage times etc please visit the live page on this site…


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Mano McLaughlin Live Review & Video

Mano McLaughlin’s latest gig in Manchester received an excellent review from the equally excellent Even The Stars blog…  the blog also contains video footage from the night of Mano preforming Chick Feet, the footage was kindly taken by MancMusic, it and the review can be found HERE


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Sticks And Stones NEWS

Sticks And Stones received an excellent write up from Emerging Indie Bands this week There is an earthy dirtiness to the sound which gives the music credence. Sticks And Stones play an in-store this Saturday 20 December at Jurassic Hard Copy Music & Film, the action starts at 1pm.


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Friday 24th October…

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This Friday sees Sticks And Stones play live at The Swan Inn, Stranraer with special guest label mate Steve Dowling playing a solo set.  Also this Friday we see the launch of Spider Mike Kings new band ‘Spider King’ with a gig at Mono Bar, Chorlton, Manchester…
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Into The Wild by Sticks And Stones OUT NOW

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Sticks And Stones debut album Into The Wild is out NOW and available direct from Distilled Records HERE.  The Dumfries trio celebrated the albums release with two sell out shows over the weekend.

Sticks And Stones show a maturity well beyond their years, the arrangements are superbly judicious and thoughtful,  the lyrics are full of tenderness and passion in equal measure.   As a unit, they work together sympathetically and – it would appear – seamlessly.  Amongst the many things to love about Into The Wild is Sticks And Stones willingness and confidence to go for unusual song structures and their general tendency to avoid unnecessary repetition…”   Neil Pickersgill


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