Wipe Out Music Ltd is an independent music publishing company.
We started in January 1996 and have gradually expanded the roster, working with many older punk artists who are the subject of reissues as well as new independent up-and-coming artists and anyone we consider interesting.
We are members of the Music Publishers Association, the M.C.P.S. and the Performing Right Society.
We accept unsolicited material, but by CD only and only CDs that are commercially available. No demo CDs please and no MP3s!
To learn more about our company and what we do please look around the site and if you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact us.
In alphabetical order here is the latest band news:
We have expanded not once but twice. Steve is now working in the Newcastle office and handling the synchronisation side of the business with an emphasis on film, TV and video games, whilst Daniel has just started and will be working with Steve but concentrating on advertising and special projects.
Latest signings are the enigmatic and highly original singer-songwriter Richard Dawson and Rob Heron & The Tea Pad Orchestra who play an eclectic and original musical brew of 1930s swing, gypsy jazz, hokum blues, country and soulful folk songs, all with similar themes of debauchery, dandyism, disasters and drink.
New album 'The Song-Crowned King' out in April. Phil has a solo banjo album 'We Sunk The Ship To Get Rid Of The Rats' out in the summer.
'Lady Margaret' used in the Australian film 'In Transit'.
Toured with in November with Rancid and touring the USA with them later this year.
New album 'Ballads of the Working Man' released on Randale this summer.
'Stand Up & Fight' included in the film Green Street 2.
Track 'Out Of Luck' included in the German film 'First Try'.
Greatest Hits album out now.
Alt-folk with a difference.
Music used as a trailer for the Movies 4 Men TV channel and in Grimm Tales.
'Get Nicked Get Fined Sixty Quid' being used as bedding music in MTV's wrestling show.
Reissue album of singles & demos 'Smash Guitar Solos' out now.
Sample of 'Tube Disaster' being used by Professor Green on his single 'Hard Night Out' which can be viewed here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6CsdXAoY4Wg
'Strive To Survive' being reissued by One Little Indian.
New album 'The Terror of Modern Life' out now. Check out the great reviews it's been receiving.
New album 'Dinosaur Planet' now available on Artists Against Success.
Writing a new show for Edinburgh Festival 2013.
'California Sun' appears in the movie Shut Up Little Man
Reissue vinyl campaign being planned.
'Don't think What Jack' and 'Jetson's Theme' used in BBC TV documentary 'History Of The Future: Cars' and various MTV and Nickleodeon shows.
'The Mirror Breaks' appears in the UK film Carl Marks.
Paranoid Visions become the first Irish punk band since the late 70s to have a Top 10 single in the national Irish charts as 'Der-Election' enters the charts at No. 6.
New album 'Welcome To The Austerity Complex' out now. Music from this album appears in the film Yell(ow).
Recorded new album 'When...?' to be released in the Autumn.
A Punk-Rock, Hip-Hop, Jump-Up Ska Soundclash from Manchester.
'For The Kids Of The Multiculture' appears in The Sims 3 Showtime video game.
Signed to Xtra Mile single Keep On Believing released in February and new single 'Karma Is A Bitch' released this month.
Last Autumn completed a massively successful tour supporting The Specials.
Their music has recently been used in the TV shows: The Finder, Franklin & Bash and Wilfried.
Fresh from his Channel 4 Random Acts appearance, check out his You Tube Channel: The Singing Man
Has become the first person to be invited to appear twice on Random Acts. The second performance can be viewed here: The Singing Man 2
Music used as a trailer for the Cartoon Network.
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