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Daily Archives: 10 March 2013

THE PETER ULRICH COLLABORATION – The Painted Caravan

10 March 2013 |

Peter Ulrich, multi instrumentalist and once percussionist for the iconic Dead Can Dance and This Mortal Coil, has previously released two solo albums. His first, Pathways and Dawns, has been described as the album The Beatles might have made … Read More

Sonar continues its international journey to Japan, expanding its scope to two cities: Tokyo and Osaka

10 March 2013 |

Sónar continues its international journey to Japan, and for the first time expands its scope to two cities: Tokyo and Osaka

SonarSound Tokyo 2013 will be presenting around 40 Japanese and international artists over 2 days and on 4 … Read More

WAKESTOCK 2013 – LATEST LINE UP ADDITIONS

10 March 2013 |

RUDIMENTAL LIVE, WRETCH 32, THE TODDLA T SOUND, MISTAJAM, HUW STEPHENS, CYRIL HAHN, ANDY C, FRED V & GRAFIX, TCTS & JACOB BANKS are the latest acts to be announced for Wakestock 2013!

THEY JOIN THE ALREADY ANNOUNCED ACTS … Read More

Blissfieds Festival – Second wave of artists confirmed – MIKE SKINNER, FRIENDS, THEME PARK + MORE joining BASTILLE

10 March 2013 |

SECOND WAVE OF ARTISTS CONFIRMED:

BASTILLE AND MYSTERY JETS NOW JOINED BY

THE D.O.T. FEAT MIKE SKINNER + ROB HARVEY,

MAN LIKE ME, THEME … Read More

THE GHOSTS – Everything Will Do

10 March 2013 |

‘Everything Will Do’ is the new single from The Ghosts’ debut album The End. The lead singer at times sounds like Liam Gallagher. What do I mean at times? I was thinking ‘Oasis’ throughout the whole song. Still, despite … Read More

SOFT BULLETS – Posterity

10 March 2013 |

Posterity is the debut single from Soft Bullets. Soaring and cloudy indie electronica with a very commercial sound. It’s a pretty basic release: rhythm, synth and the hook of ‘don’t forget that you will rule the world.’ It’s catchy … Read More

Megan Henwood & Pete Thomas – Live @ The Fat Fox, South Oxfordshire

10 March 2013 |

At eighteen British folk singer songwriter Megan Henwood played and sung to crowds in Venice, Thailand, India and Malaysia. Her love of the people of Nepal led her to return twice to Kathmandu to record with well known Nepalese … Read More