100% Records

  1. Sam Roberts Band

    The Sam Roberts Band are a platinum-selling, Juno Award-winning band from Canada. Sam Roberts has been recording since 1999 and following great success in Canada and America, his band are finally ready to make an impact on the UK scene with their spectacular new album “Lo-Fantasy”. The album was produced by Youth (Primal Scream, The Verve, Embrace).

  2. We Are Scientists

    Since their breakthrough studio album ‘With Love and Squalor’ in 2005, Keith Murray & Chris Cain’s band We Are Scientists have steadily evolved in formation and sound to become a staple in the modern indie scene, having acquired the drumming talents of Andy Burrows (ex-Razorlight) in 2010. Their forthcoming 4th major album will be released in 2014

  3. Skunk Anansie

    Skunk Anansie were formed in London in 1994 and were one of the most successful acts of the 90′s, scoring many chart hits and headlining Glastonbury Festival in 1999. With 4 previous albums under their belt, the band released their 5th studio album ‘Black Traffic’ in 2012, co-produced by Chris Sheldon (Foo Fighters, Biffy Clyro)  and are set to released their first ever live album in September 2013

  4. OMD

    In these electro-friendly times OMD’s influence has become ubiquitous. The XX, Brandon Flowers, LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy and MGMT have all citied OMD as inspiration. 2010 saw their return with the release of the album ‘History of Modern’.  Three years later the band released their 12th studio album ‘English Electric’ to great critical and commercial acclaim

  5. Zebra & Snake

    Best friends Tapio and Matti blend analogue electronics and haunting vocals to transform into their beastly alter egos, the zebra and the snake. If you don’t care to be too modest, a spin of the Finnish duo’s record could conjure up images of The Knife crossbred with Stevie Nicks and a dash of Bowie. As the band goes back to the basics of gothic feeling tunes drenched in kraut-y soundscapes, they’ve managed to capture and record some timeless pop music on their debut album ‘Healing Music’ which was released in 2012

  6. Izabo

    Izabo, Israel’s best export since The Bible, are a spoonful of tasty alternative pop. Best described as a “brilliant, action packed combination of psychedelic rock, disco, punk and Arabic spices,” they have picked up the attention of press worldwide with the likes of Uncut calling them “promising and infectious”. Their album ‘Life is on my Side’ was released in 2012

  7. Monarchy

    Monarchy have a knack for transforming the every day into something otherworldly. Keeping their identities secret in order to direct attention to their product rather than their personal lives, Monarchy only appears publicly under the cover of masks. But anonymity does not make for a low profile; in 2010 the group’s debut concert was the first ever live show to be broadcasted into space. But high concepts and mystery aside, these guys continue to produce some very slick pop jams

  8. Matisyahu

    Grammy award nominated Matisyahu creates music with meaning. A member of the Hasidic Jewish community, he uses his infectious melodies to convey messages of hope, peace, and understanding. He has captivated the attention of music fans worldwide, but Matisyahu explains his success in humble terms saying, “Consciousness and positivity spread like a wave. It starts with one person doing one good thing and links like a chain, going from one positive thing to the next.”

  9. Killa Kela

    Killa Kela is regarded as one of the best beatboxers in the world and is recognised as a leading figure in the scene. Using his unique talents as a driving force, Kela lives, breathes, and speaks creativity. So far, he has released 3 full length albums that explore genres reaching far beyond beatbox. His craft has led him around the globe to perform alongside the likes of Prince, Pharrell & N*E*R*D, Justin Timberlake, Super Furry Animals, De La Soul and Plan B