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Daily Archives: 4 July 2011

THE BRONZE MEDAL – DEBUT SINGLE

4 July 2011 |

   

 

The Bronze Medal release debut single ‘Milk’ On July 4th on East City Records.  

Milk’ is the enchanting debut single from the hotly tipped young Bristolians The Bronze Medal. With over … Read More

JESSIE J CANCELS FESTIVAL APPEARANCES

4 July 2011 |

Due to a serious injury, having broken her foot in two places Jessie J has had to undergo emergency surgery. As a result of this, under strict orders from her doctor she will not be able to perform for … Read More

Cynic Guru – Catastrophe / Secret

4 July 2011 |

Cynic Guru: ideal fusion of genres you have to like if you are a Kasabian’s, but most of all ratm’s fan. They define theirselves as an “alt/pop/rock band that’s formed by a crazed, classically trained violinist”, and this crazy … Read More

Jimmie Vaughan – Play More Blues, Ballads And Favourites

4 July 2011 |

Let me introduce you to Jimmie Vaughan and his new album Plays More Blues, Ballads And Favourites. Eldest brother of the almighty Stevie Ray, he has something to deal with almightiness too! Thirteen tracks for this work which I … Read More

Slow Club Secret Session

4 July 2011 |

Official Slow Club secret pop-up session press release text

HP and Last.fm recently announced a partnership, celebrating the Beats audio technology that comes with HP Premium PC, laptop and tablet devices through a series of live music events and artist interviews, curated by Last.fm.

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Isaac’s Aircraft – Two Is A Crowd

4 July 2011 |

First album for Cambridge four-piece Isaac’s Aircraft, four years after the EP Holding Up The Line. 10 tracks of indie-pop, honest but refined at the same time, based of the intertwinement of Zak Tomas’ voice and Martin Seidel’s piano.

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Buddy Holly – Rave On

4 July 2011 |

Fantasy Records and Concorde Music group gather a fantastic line-up for a Buddy Holly tribute. Besides, to cover Charles Hardin Holley, one of the most influential figures of rock, you need no one less than Lou Reed, Paul McCartney, … Read More

Pulp Announce London Shows

4 July 2011 |

Pulp have announced details of two London show, set to take place in August.

The band, fronted by Jarvis Cocker, will play O2 Academy Brixton on August 31 and September 1.

The shows will be the band’s first own headline … Read More

Morrissey Announces London Shows

4 July 2011 |

Morrissey  has announced a pair of London shows for August.

The former singer of The Smiths will headline O2 Academy Brixton on August 7 before moving across town to the London Palladium on the following night, August 8.

Morrissey is currently … Read More

Joanne Shaw Taylor – Back In The UK!

4 July 2011 |

Following her critically acclaimed May tour, blues rock guitarist/singer Joanne Shaw Taylor returns to the UK for a 10-date November, kicking off at the Buxton Arts Centre on Tuesday November 15th.

UK November tour dates:

15 . Buxton Arts … Read More