Digital Rebel

“one of the most productive and on point digital firms I’ve worked with, great vision and amazing results.”

Dani Stephenson, Straight Forward Music Group

“…creative ideas, great contacts, enthusiasm and general loveliness. A pleasure to work with!”

Olivia Walker, Sony Music

“…do the things that really matter in an effective campaign: excellent reporting, proactive, super creative …”

Kate Hendry, Absolute Marketing

“…brilliant to work with & full of ideas, filling artist schedules with interesting online promotion”

Nancy Coburn, Decca Records

“A dynamic PR team who are passionate about product”

M Jenkins, Universal Pictures

“A friendly, personable, committed team I would recommend Digital Rebel as an agency a cut above the rest.”

Tom Jarvis , E1

“Digital Rebel have quickly established themselves as one of the best Digital PR teams in the music industry.”

Daniel Hinchliffe - Soundcheck Ent

The Blow Monkeys & Dr Robert

The Blow Monkeys are set to release Halfway To Heaven: The Best Of The Blow Monkeys & Dr Robert on 17 June via Sony Music. The stunning retrospective collection features three CDs; The Best of The Blow Monkeys (the first career-spanning collection, which includes a brand new track – Chained – from their forthcoming album), The Best of Dr Robert and a fully remastered recording of their renowned 1984 Hammersmith Palais concert in its entirety.

The Blow Monkeys enduring career began in July 1981 when Robert Howard (Dr Robert) formed the band with Neville Henry and Mick Anker. After gigging extensively throughout London the band soon secured a record deal, along with an additional member – Tony Kiley, and released their debut album ‘Limping For A Generation’ in 1983.

The band broke through with their second album ‘Animal Magic’ which featured the worldwide hit ‘Digging Your Scene’. They had massive success throughout the eighties with a series of albums and singles such as ‘It Doesn’t Have To Be This Way’, ‘Wait’ a top five duet with soul diva Kym Mazelle and ‘You Don’t Own Me’ which featured on the Dirty Dancing soundtrack.

After the group disbanded in 1990, Dr Robert went on to carve a successful solo career; he has released several critically acclaimed solo albums. The Blow Monkeys thrilled fans by reforming in 2008 and released a brand new album. Their renaissance continues this year with the release of their latest album ‘Feels Like A New Morning’.

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