Golden Robot Records welcome veteran music industry publicist Chris Maric as their new International PR Manager, working alongside GRR’s Label Manager & Head of PR & Publicity, Nardia Drayton.
Chris will be part of the expansion of the Golden Robot roster into Europe and the USA via the labels new distribution deals with Soulfood and Amped/Alliance respectively, whilst continuing to operate his own PR business, Maric Media, and is thrilled to be taking on his roll at Robot.
“GRR have signed some killer Aussie bands lately! Rock n roll is very much alive and well and the proof of that is contained within the Robot roster. They have snapped up a few legends of the scene plus some incredible new bands that I can’t wait to share with the world.” – Chris Maric
“We are very excited about the growth of both SFR and GRR in Australia and especially OS, so the next step was beefing up our PR team to work closely with our team in Germany, US and the UK. Chris was the obvious choice with his experience and love for music and the fact he has a contact list as long as my arm around the world!” – Mark Alexander-Erber, President & Founder, Golden Robot Global Entertainment.
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT
Golden Robot Records have a number of brilliant new singles out at the moment.
Sydney’s premiere rock n roll party band, The Lockhearts recently released their Tom Petty inspired new track Goddamn Pretty. With a down home swagger, infectious choruses and a healthy dose of attitude, the track is just a sample of what’s to come on their soon to be released new album Americana Doom Fuzz. Listen to it here.Flickertail: Talk
Brash and honest, yet vulnerable and impenetrable, these Irish/Aussies play rock n roll the way it ought to be. Delicate melodies that give way to big guitars and even bigger drums, Flickertail’s new single Talk is like the love child of Abba and Thin Lizzy with a bit of Biffy Clyro attitude thrown in. Listen to it here.
The Cherry Dolls: Begging You Please
Filthy, fuzzy guitars, liquid rhythms and primal voodoo jams. That’s The Cherry Dolls. Begging You Please sounds like it came out of the UK in the early 90’s with its Verve like swagger, Oasis drawl and organic drums. Listen to it on Spotify.
High Tropics: Better Days
Melding the turn of the century indie rock of The Strokes and The Killers with 2017 arrangements, gives the High Tropics and instantly familiar feel. Better Days screams Glastonbury and will stir your favourite memories of other garage rock greats. Listen to it here.
Palace Of The King: It’s Been A Long Time Coming
Melbourne rock saviours have unleashed a four on the floor belter with their new single It’s Been A Long Time Coming. Stadium hooks with Oz Rock trimmings, POTK have played all over the world and their latest release will further cement their position as leaders of the Australian rock revival. Listen to it here.
Groom Epoch: Cosmic Artifice
The brainchild of former drummer of The Church, Richard Ploog and featuring members of The Go-Betweens, Died Pretty and Lime Spiders, Groom Epoch is an all-star cast of uber cool musical iconoclasts combining their talents creating a super stellar sound. Listen to it here.
Dizzy Reed: This Don’t Look Like Vegas – Nov 27
Guns N’ Roses keyboard player and Rock N Roll Hall Of Famer, Dizzy Reed will release the first single, This Don’t Look Like Vegas, from his debut GRR album on Nov 27. Vegas featurs an all-star rock n roll cast, including Ricky Warwick (Thin Lizzy, Black Star Riders, The Almighty), Richard Fortus (GNR, Psychedelic Furs) and WASP’s Mike Duda and Mike Dupke.
The Iron Horses: April Rain – Nov 27
These Sydney via UK rock n rollers released their debut EP in 2016 and have toured relentlessly. Their breakthrough track Traffic, produced by Thirsty Merc’s Sean Carey, was released earlier this year and their first single for Golden Robot Records, April Rain will be released on November 27.