22nd February 2016
The Mads release a tribute to the great late David Bowie: a live cover version of “The Jean Genie” recorded at the Sunfex Studio 20th February during rehearsals.
18th March 2016
The glorious ‘80s label Well Suspect (Eddie Piller, pre-Acid Jazz) is relaunched by Richard Searle (Corduroy / Acid Jazz)
1st new release is a digital Deluxe Edition of their own collection “The Beat Generation and The Angry Young Men” now including 5 tracks The Mads recorded between 1980 and 1982: the Italian Mod revival little anthem “The Mods Are Back In Town” plus “Velvet Gloss”, “This Is What I Can Get”, “Psycho Rock’n’Roll Art” and “Mrs Kate”.
22nd April 2016
“What I Need” one side of our 45rpm vinyl single (out last year on Area Pirata/Sexy Groovy Rhythms) is included on Well Suspect “Generation Mod”, a collection of great new and contemporary bands.
Out on <<< Vinyl >>> and CD. We can’t wait!
The Mads are in studio to record (original) new songs for the 2nd vinyl single (release date tbc, june/july is the target) and for the debut album.
The words “The Mads, yesterday, today and tomorrow” make totally sense, indeed!