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Daily Archives: 1 April 2012

The Destroyers – Hole In The Universe

1 April 2012 |

There is no messing with The Destroyers. Right from the get-go, ‘Hole In The Universe’ slams into full speed with ‘Honga Bulgar’, which sways from ponderous brass-led dance into a whirling maelstrom of Balkan sound, with whispers of dirty … Read More

Brothers Cider Flavour of Freedom Tour w/ Beans on Toast

1 April 2012 |

Brothers Cider is proud to announce the ‘Brothers Flavour of Freedom Tour’ in association with Strummerville. Born at Glastonbury in 1995, Brothers, the original pear cider will be hosting a series of warm up gigs from some of the … Read More

The Wave Pictures – Long Black Cars

1 April 2012 |

Mid-mourning the end of Japanese Voyeurs, I should find reviewing confessional “anti-folk” pop should be the most onerous task imaginable. But lo and behold, The Wave Pictures have managed in ‘Long Black Cars’ to create something that is not … Read More


1 April 2012 |

London, 27th March

Classical Revolution, the new worldwide grassroots classical music experience, arrived in Soho on Tuesday night. It began in San Francisco six years ago and has since spread to over 25 cities worldwide. It brings classical music … Read More

Oberhofer & Fanzine play Co-op gig at The CAMP in April

1 April 2012 |

Two exciting recent additions to the Cooperative Music family will be live in action at The CAMP on 18th April 2012. After incredible live performances in the capital last month, New Yorker Oberhofer will take a trip across the … Read More

Jake Morley – Many Fish to Fry

1 April 2012 |

Jake Morley is a London singer-songwriter, floating in the realm of Ben Howard, Ed Sheeran and other associated acts. In such a saturated market it can be hard to stand out and compete. Luckily, Morley’s lap tapping and guitar … Read More

Seth Lakeman – Tales from the Barrel House

1 April 2012 |

Seth Lakeman is an English folk artist and multi-instrumentalist hailing from rural Devon. Tales from the Barrel House sticks close to Lakeman’s rustic roots to produce an earthy story of the everyday workman. And armed with a fiddle, a … Read More

Look, Stranger! – One for the King EP

1 April 2012 |

Look, Stranger are a spacey four-piece referring to themselves as ‘a vision of the future from the past’. You can see where they’re coming from with this, especially on title track, One for the King. 80’s synth and trippy … Read More

New Zammuto album streaming on Spin

1 April 2012 |

Nick Zammuto of experimental New York duo the Books has been releasing tracks since last summer including the Idiom Wind EP, with a new band simply titled, Zammuto. US label Temporary Residence is proud to announce the release of … Read More

The Futureheads – Rant

1 April 2012 |

Rant by The Futureheads is one of the biggest musical reinventions of the year, although, perhaps, not an unexpected one at that. This album is entirely a cappella and, as fans will know, there has always been a choral … Read More