At The Helm PR offers tailored PR solutions for your upcoming releases. We cover Radio, Print and Online media and pride ourselves on working closely with out partners to build successful campaigns.

We have strong track record of Radio support from the BBC (Bob Harris, Ricky Ross, Ralph McLean and many more across the network), have had reviews in UNCUT, Q Magazine, MOJO, RNR Magazine (formely R2), Maverick Magazine, Country Music People & more. In addition we have wide range of contacts across the roots online community - covering Country, Americana, Folk & beyond.

For any PR related enquiries please contact us direct on: jeremy@atthehelmpr.com

Recent clients include: Ana Egge, River Whyless, Slaid Cleaves, Elliott Brood, Jaime Wyatt, Hans Chew, Bap Kennedy, Robert Vincent and Dean Owens.

Please see below for some successes:


“Brave, bold and captivating, the record has many and varied charms..8/10” Uncut Magazine

“..Tennessee country-blues rocker shines broad rays of psych-folk warmth” 4* MOJO

"This is an adventurous, interesting listen. At its core, though, it’s just damn good rock n’ roll. 8/10“ Glide

‘Album of the Week’ Resident Brighton

 "If you're a fan of unique songwriters, this is an album you should explore.” AXS

"These aren’t just songs, they are movements and events.“ Twangrila

“An odyssey through an exciting and ever-changing vivid aural landscape.“ Folk & Tumble

Heather Horton - Don't Mess With Mrs Murphy
"Amazing songs that get under your skin. 10/10" - AmericanaUK

Robert Vincent - I'll Make The Most Of My Sins
"Far from being the dip in quality that many second albums are, this one takes off into the stratosphere with its depth, scope, quality, imagination and the sheer mind numbing soulfulness of his incredible voice" - AmericanRoots UK

Ags Connolly - Nothin' Unexpected
“The best singer-songwriter in the country field that this country has ever turned out.” 
- Country Music People  (5/5, Album of the Month)

Beth Bombara - Map & No Direction
"I could play so many tracks, it's beautiful" Eve Blair, BBC Radio Ulster

Oddfellow's Casino - Oh Sealand
"electro-acoustic pop that joins the dots between Pentangle and The Pet Shop Boys, Basil Kirchin and British Sea Power." - The Quietus
For any PR related enquiries please contact us direct on: jeremy@atthehelmrecords.com