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Daily Archives: 1 June 2011


1 June 2011 |

After endless touring on the rollicking one-two punch of their debut ‘Head Home’ and sophomore barnburner ‘Broken Hymns, Limbs and Skin’, the band was sidelined in the midst of their 2009 tour when drummer David Rogers-Berry was diagnosed … Read More

Mono Stereo and the single “Girle, I love you”

1 June 2011 |

Following on from the success of last year’s releases in the form of ‘On and On/A Matter of Confusion’ and ‘Me and My Machine’, Sweden’s Mono Stereo are due to return in June with new single ‘Girl, I Love You’. … Read More

The Procession Single: Sun Comes Around Released: OUT NOW

1 June 2011 |

The Procession, with their soaring choruses and meaty guitar riffs, are a 4 piece Alternative Indie / Rock band based in the Midlands. Having built up a following on the local scene with their unique, varied sound and vibrant … Read More

KAZANTIP REPUBLIC 30th July – August 27th 2011 | Crimea, Ukraine

1 June 2011 |

KaZantip Republic returns to the beautiful Crimean Black Sea coast from 30th July – August 27th 2011 for it’s 19th year of celebrations! Best described as the wildest, longest, craziest, liveliest and most unusual electronic music event you could … Read More


1 June 2011 |

On July 11th, just for the sheer hell of it, Enter Shikari release a brand new stand-alone single. This release does not herald the arrival of album #3, nor does it really coincide with any live dates. It was … Read More

Fear No Fish Now Or Never July 4th – Baltar Records

1 June 2011 |

Some UK bands consistently slip under the radar, eking out sold out show after sold out show and playing to rapturous audiences, but for whatever reason never garnering quite the deserved praise for their output to give them a bigger … Read More

Jonathan Powell set to release new single, ‘Brave Captain Mallard’

1 June 2011 |

Jonathan Powell’s childhood was filled with music and his career began when, as a teenage viola virtuoso, he won the National Chamber Music Competition five times followed by a scholarship to study at London’s Royal Academy of Music.

By the … Read More

The Glass Canoe Makes You “Happy”

1 June 2011 |

The Glass Canoe was formed in spring of 2009, spending a little over two years writing and molding demos which would eventually become their debut album, Chimera. Chimera was mostly recorded at home in North County, San Diego, CA. … Read More

LaFaro Confirm New Album, Single & Tour With Ash

1 June 2011 |

Next single release: Monday 29th August: “Meat Wagon” on 7″/DL Album release: Monday 12th September: “Easy Meat” on CD/LP/DL Polar opposite to the delicate poise of the influential jazz bassist Scott LaFaro from which this Belfast quartet takes their name, … Read More


1 June 2011 |

Critically acclaimed contemporary Indian folk star Raghu Dixit returns this summer for an exclusive series of UK dates. Following the success of his show at the Queen Elizabeth Hall earlier this year, Raghu will play four dates this July and … Read More