Deep Cuts Records was a Punk / New Wave Record Label. Deep Cuts was owned by Johnny Waller, and was based in Edinburgh. It issued just two singles, both of them in 1979: The Visitors', 'Electric Heat' (DEEP-1) and The Fakes', 'Production' (DEEP-2; 9/79). The Fakes were from Stirling and Sauchie in Scotland. Band members were: Johnny McGuire - vocals Jamzy McDonald - bass Mairi Ross - guitar Brian Kemp - drums. The Fakes came to the attention of Johnny Waller (RIP) who was a music journalist for Sounds & Melody Maker and had a fanzine called Kingdom Come. He also managed The Visitors. Johnny wanted The Fakes to make a record for his Deep Cuts label .It was recorded at the infamous Cargo Studios in Rochdale. It came to a tragic end on 1st November 1979, when Brian was killed in a motorbike ccident. The band didn't want to work with another drummer so decided to call it a day. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

79 Visitors Electric Heat DEEP CUTS DEEP 1
79 Fakes Production DEEP CUTS DEEP 2