As well as being a music production hub we also operated a record label "Renegade Maverick Records Ltd." where we can release music we really care about.
Below is an example of our roster.
The Rising are a songwriting and production duo. Whilst their music may cover a range of genres they are perhaps best described as blending the fresh-faced sounds of today’s Pop/Rock with Modern Country Rock Stylings fresh from Nashville. They were based in Leamington Spa, UK for several years. But, due to pressures associated with lockdowns the duo have had to move back to their native home in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
To date the duo have received support from the likes of BBC Introducing, BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio London, Guitarist Magazine, Maverick Magazine, Hot Press Magazine and many others.
Constant touring across Ireland, UK and Europe has allowed the band to build up a healthy fanbase as well as perform at prestigious events such as Country 2 Country Festival in London’s 02.
The duo have released two albums and several EPs. However, in 2020 the duo embarked on a strategy of releasing a single every six weeks. This constant work ethic resulted in the band being named Band Of The Month on BBC Introducing. One of the band’s singles “Even The Stars Fall For You” was adopted by LGBTQ rights organisations after the band highlighted the fact that equal marriage rights were not available in their home country at the time.
The Duo host an interactive live streamed show every Monday night at 8pm on their Facebook page. Filmed in High definition with studio quality sound.
“A glorious amalgamation of Rock, Country and Folk" - Jim Gellatly (XFM/Amazing Radio)
“If your after big songs with big choruses then you could do little better" - R2 Magazine
“Choruses and tunes which aim for anthem status.. The Rising are definitely a band to watch.” - Golden Plec
“Anthemic choruses and a sound that fans of Keith Urban and Lady Antebellum will love” - Hotpress Magazine
"This impressive song from The Rising is sure to make a lasting impression on its listener. With a contemporary vibe, bubbling banjo undercurrents and guitar-driven arrangement reminiscent of one of Keith Urban's many hits, this one is sure to do well." - Maverick Magazine