PREVIEW - Rawcuss - Debut album nearly finished...


Rawcuss, a self-functioning band; now needed in the current record industry, from helping to start up a record label “Longevity Records” the band has always done it their way and even helped a dozen other local bands and artists do it their way!

Rawcuss have supported bands such as The Futureheads, Dodgy, The Whip, Mercury Rev and Toploader and have played up and coming festivals such as The Goodwood Vintage festival, Cloud 9, The Big White Powder in Bulgaria and more in the UK and parts of Europe . The band over the past 5 years have recorded tracks at Abbey Road Studios, The Chapel Studios in Lincolnshire and their home based Blueprint Studios in Manchester home of Elbow. All of this has been targeted to build a fan base and the boys have spent time crafting a self-titled debut album “Rawcuss” out on July 18th 2016.


Steve Lamaq  “This is for all you hollyoaks fans of the show from a great new Manchester band called Rawcuss, this track is a perfect end to the show” 

Mudkiss: ‘…acrobatically musical break dance; tantalising, nimble shoe shuffle bass; tightrope tiptoe, to thrilling roll, of tumbling Adam Ant drums

John Robb – “Here’s a great New Band, they can’t Spell, but expect great things from Rawcuss”

Paul Travis – “Rawcuss, one of the freshest, most original bands on the current Manchester scene, they have wonderfully crafted pop/punk/ska tunes, clever, witty, lyrics to brighten the dullest of days. This music is the new britpop and deserves to grace the airwaves of our great nation- Music that makes you dance and smile- – go and buy it, see it rocket up the charts”

Gareth Brooks – “Yes i’ve heard Rawcuss, I had a listen to them on the way down here, i do like them. I get what they’re about” 

Kimi Ramone – “I love this sound its a mix between The Kinks and The Buzzcocks with a smidgen of Talking Heads in their”

Artum Online – “great classic britpop exactly what is missing in our time, in the best traditions of blur and mansun”


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