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Daily Archives: 8 January 2012

Memoryhouse free track + new album release date + UK tour dates

8 January 2012 |

‘The Kids Were Wrong’ is the first song taken from the excellent Memoryhouse’s debut ‘The Slideshow Effect’, out on Sub Pop on 27th February.

You can hear the track and get it for free over at this LINK.

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Frankie Rose ‘Know Me’ single out 20th Feb

8 January 2012 |

After deciding to drop her band, Frankie Rose (Vivian Girls, Dum Dum Girls and Crystal Stilts) as she is now just known will be releasing her new single ‘Know Me’ on 20th February taken from her second album ‘Interstellar’ … Read More

First Aid Kit unveil official ‘Emmylou’ video + February UK tour dates

8 January 2012 |

First Aid Kit have unveiled the official video for their brand new single ‘Emmylou’. Set for release on 14th February via Wichita Recordings, the new single pays tribute to some of First Aid Kit’s favourite country musicians including Emmylou … Read More

ACOUSTIC ALCHEMY @ Pizza Express

8 January 2012 |

London, 22nd December

Over 25 years Acoustic Alchemy have become well established with a huge worldwide audience that tends to unite both adult and indie followers. Eclectically and creatively they fuse jazz, rock, funk, world, country and reggae.

 

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Dear Reader – Idealistic Animals

8 January 2012 |

Solitude and loss of faith represent the core of new Dear Reader’s album. The sophomore long playing by South African artist Cheri Macneil sounds like a guide on how to cope with pain.

 

From the departure of bassist … Read More

Pandamonium Day 4: Krakatoa, Hawk Eyes, Sissy & The Blisters @ The Bull & Gate

8 January 2012 |

London, 6th January 2012

The other day I was in Denmark Street, that haven of guitar shops, and I overheard a man at the counter bemoaning the death of rock n roll in the face of a lazy music business … Read More

Jeff Green – Jessica

8 January 2012 |

I always possess a certain trepidation regarding albums with strong sentiment and good intentions behind them, considering a fair amount of my childhood was dogged by that celebrity rework of Feed The World. But this is not a seasonal … Read More