We met up with our long-time lovers Ghost Outfit at Manchester Museum to film this bone bending live session beneath the creaking bones of Stan the T-Rex. We were treated to three mighty tracks from their debut long player ‘I Want You To Destroy Me’ which is available on 12″ … Read onRead on...
Posts by MonthNovember 2013
White Fence return to the UK this winter, and will be playing a Manchester date alongside their ATP performance at the End Of An Era weekender alongside the likes of Loop, Slint, Mogwai, and Goat.
White Fence’s trippy, distortion-laced, psychedelic pop-influenced tunes (sounding, in other words, something … Read on
Sideways Saloon is back at Fallow Cafe this month with a corker of a line up. We’ve got Bells in the Birches, Aidan Smith and his Indulgent Friends and David Rybka all playing live! Don’t miss this one. All this as well as The Travelling Band DJs all … Read on
Five piece groove addicts Championlover release their debut LP, Make Out, at the end of the month on Sheffield’s The Audacious Art Experiment label (home to 6 Music faves like Cowtown and Blood Sport). And you can celebrate the occasion with a big knees up at Soup. The band … Read on
The Dismemberment Plan is a Washington D.C. based indie rock band formed on January 1, 1993. Also known as D-Plan or The Plan, the name comes from a stray phrase uttered by insurance salesman Ned Ryerson in the popular comedy Groundhog Day.
The band members … Read on
Sydney born Sarah Blasko is a rare talent. She is a fiercely-independent free spirit whose haunting sound critics have run out of superlatives to describe. Blasko’s solo career launched in 2004 with her debut album The Overture & The Underscore becoming a platinum seller. She began her career by … Read on
Slint formed in 1985 in Louisville, Kentucky, with the idea of making music that sounded like plants. It members were Ethan Buckler, Britt Walford, and David Pajo. Brian McMahan was soon asked to join. They went on to record their first record, Tweez (1989,) with Steve Albini, after which … Read on
One of the UK’s best-loved bands, The Magic Numbers, are heading out on the road this autumn.
On their first ever acoustic tour they will cover new ground by visiting a series of smaller towns. The band will play in the intimate surroundings of some the most beautiful theatres, … Read on
Arcane Roots announce their final 2013 UK headline tour, with seven dates in late November. These will include their London show/appearance at XOYO, which will be the bands largest headline show to date. Support comes from very exciting new UK talent Empire and Verses. These dates will start as … Read on
The Leisure Society is a British folk-pop band formed in Brighton in 2009 by Nick Hemming. Their debut single, “The Last of the Melting Snow”, was honoured with a 2009 Ivor Novello nomination for Best Song Musically & Lyrically. Their single “Save It for Someone Who Cares” was also … Read on