Support for recent album release – Push On
BBC 6 Music Album of the Day
‘That’s a great song for the summer’ – Alan Carr
“I challenge you not to get down to this!” – Zoe Ball (Entitled to That quote)
‘Entitled to That’ – Radio 2 (Zoe Ball, Alan Carr & Mel Sykes, Craig Charles) 6Music (Craig Charles, Steve Lamacq, BBC introducing Bristol)
‘Main Event (feat. Andy Cooper)’ ‘Since You’ve Been Gone’ – 6Music (Nemone)
Love That I’m In (Craig Charles, Nemone)
WW International and specialist radio: Jazz FM, WNCW, Solar Radio, Radio One Italy, Radio Krimi, WNCW, Radio Nova Portugal, Kane FM, Radio Pepper Greece, Radio Fg, Radio Z Nurenburg, WUTK FM 90.3, 100.3 Thessaloniki, 1BrightonFM, FM4 Vienna, Radio Z Nuremburg,
Online press: We Plug Good Music, Stereofox, 45Live, Monkeyboxing, The Dutch Guy, Life Support Machine, KBPS magazine, Flea Market Funk, Sphere Of Hip Hop, 45’s Corner, AAA badboy,
DJ support: JFB, DJ Food, Renegades Of Jazz, Basement Freaks, Utah Saints, Qdup, Nutritious, Kid Kenobi, Doc Scott, Featurecast, Mat The Alien, Marc Hype, DJ Love, DJ Format
Summary for previous album ‘As We Do Our Thing’
Album of The day on BBC 6 music with additional support from Shaun Keaveny, Lauren Laverne, Nemone, Craig Charles, Don Letts, and Radcliffe and Maconie
Andy Cooper (Ugly Duckling) and the Allergies also performed a Dermot O’ Leary BBC Radio 2 session and a Loose Ends session on BBC Radio 4.
Hit top 3 in the iTunes UK Hip Hop chart (47 main overall)
#1 on Juno Download
The previous single Rock Rock featuring Andy Cooper was featured on TV Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch and
Rock Rock used to soundtrack Euro football qualifiers on ITV (both National television station)
Rock Rock was Tune of the Month in Mixmag
Rock Rock also went to # 1 on Juno Download Hip hop chart on release.
DJ Support: DJ Yoda, Renegades of Jazz, Featurecast, A Skillz, Dom Servini , The Next Men, Aldo Vanucci, All Good Funk Alliance, Mr Benn, Marc Hype, Smoove, Dr Rubberfunk, Fab Samperi, Slynk
The Allergies’ debut album introduced the world to the way they effortlessly fuse funk, soul, disco, hip-hop and breaks into dancefloor-ready nuggets of ear candy. Taking classic sounds and reshaping for the modern age is the signature that won them plaudits across the globe.
Not ones to rest on their laurels, it hasn’t taken long for them to deliver more of the goods on their second full-length album, ‘Push On’. As well as taking the successful formula of the first record and expanding on the sound with raw Funk, Psych, Northern Soul, and Boogie influences, The Allergies enlisted two giants of underground Hip-Hop to bless mics on the album as well.
After a hugely successful collaboration on their debut LP, once again the dynamic lyricism and production skills of the inimitable Andy Cooper (Ugly Duckling) are present and correct in this new collection. Besides bringing the party on tracks like ‘Main Event’, he also settles scores with ‘It Won’t Be Me’, before destroying all-comers on the battle Rap behemoth, ‘Buzzsaw’. Also joining in on the action is UK MC veteran, Dr Syntax (The Mouse Outfit, Foreign Beggars) who prescribes some more healthy Hip-Hop advice on the track ‘Remedy’.
Other highlights include the vintage Soul stomper, ‘Entitled to That’, Sixties uptempo groover, ‘Hold You Close’, and the fantastic little strutter, ‘Get Down On You’. All in all it’s a brand new set of future classics from your new favourite funky beatmakers, The Allergies.