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Shader return with new single There Was A Time

Can Shader manage to capture the magic again with their fourth single? After a trilogy of behemoth singles that set the bar high, the band continue that successful trend with the release of There Was A Time. The song flows with upbeat energy which fills you with a summery vibe that makes you want to get up and savour the moment as if it was your last. From the opening… Keep Reading

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NEW RELEASE: Shader Release Third Single ‘Silver’

If the four-piece were hoping for a trilogy of great singles then they have succeeded. The song’s guitar work is a spiky, epic assault on the system as it thumps along relentlessly with a sense of freedom and joyousness. The track was recorded at Faktory Studios by Si Jones of The Verve fame, and mixed by Tom Twemlowe. It was always going to be fascinating to hear what Shader would… Keep Reading

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Shader Release Second Hit Single ‘Streets Tell Stories’

Shader return in glorious fashion with their second single and it’s simply brilliant. After whetting our appetites back in January with their first single, ‘Broken Minds’, the four-piece from Macclesfield have unleashed what is quite possibly one of the best track of 2018. ‘Streets Tell Stories’ possesses the quality of a seasoned band which wastes no time in embedding itself into your brain. It’s big, powerful and has a confident… Keep Reading

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INTERVIEW: with Shader

We first met Shader late 2017 at The Underground, Stoke and they blew us away! We recently caught up with the bands front man Stu Whiston to get the low down and to find out whats coming up. Obligatory, What’s the origin of the band’s name question? We have a band whatsapp group and there were a few dodgy names flying about. Mike (lead guitar) sent a message saying Shader and… Keep Reading

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Shader ‘Broken Minds’ ‘An Impressive First Single

Shader are a four-piece rock ‘n’ roll band hailing from the Macclesfield and Manchester areas and have just released their sensational début single to the world. Having received praise on the live circuit, have the band managed to capture that magic and transfer it across to recorded music? A lot of bands fail to make an impact when releasing records after having gained a certain level of popularity on the… Keep Reading

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Shader, The Underground, Stoke

An eclectic swirl of rock and roll descended into Stoke’s The Underground as upcoming rock band Shader delivered their own blend of British guitar music. You could easily be forgiven for thinking at times that this was a well established band promoting a critically acclaimed third album by the huge sound and effortless confidence they delivered the performance with, however the gig becomes all the more electrifying when it is… Keep Reading

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