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Daily Archives: 16 April 2013

Portico Quartet Live THIS WEEK: Wed 16 April

16 April 2013 |

Portico Quartet – Tomorrow at KOKO

Portico Quartet are one of AAAmusic’s absolute favourite bands – an atmospheric fusion of contemporary jazz, experimental electronic music and minimalist post rock. Their Roundhouse show last year was thrilling, but it was their … Read More

VODUN – Eat Up The Sun

16 April 2013 |

Sometimes when you least expect it, a band comes completely out of the blue, and redefines your expectations of what today’s music is all about. I approached Vodun’s debut EP with, yes, some complacency. Their … Read More

DOUR FESTIVAL: 24 NEW NAMES!

16 April 2013 |

120 NAMES ALREADY ANNOUNCED! THE 25TH DOUR FESTIVAL IS ADDING EVEN MORE NAMES IN EVERY GENRE!

The line-up for the 25th Dour Festival is already filling out with 120 of the 200 planned acts announced. Now, after 3 weeks … Read More

The Secret Garden Party and Wilderness launch The Sunday Papers Live

16 April 2013 |

A day of intimate performances, talks & food that brings the Sunday Papers to life.

First Edition May 26th 2013. 11am – 11pm

Cecil Sharp House – Home of … Read More

MATORS OF MIYAZAKI – Human Resources

16 April 2013 |

With a band name like Mayors of Miyazaki and a press release promising short and sweet, you’d be forgiven for thinking ‘Human Resources’ is a sunshine-y little ditty, possibly by some otaku indie-pop outfit. The smiles are there, yes, but … Read More

SULK – Graceless

16 April 2013 |

There are few pleasures quite like that found by a certain soul in the small hours listening to a wash of flanged guitar and sighing hooks. There may be greater pleasures, yes, but London-based SULK do occupy “that niche” … Read More

BORIS CARLOFF – The Escapist

16 April 2013 |

Genres meld and mix beautifully in this eclectic offering from Czech composer, producer and performer Boris Carloff. There is no doubting the scope and ambition of The Escapist; during the course of the album we can hear elements of … Read More

EVENING HYMNS – Spectral Dusk

16 April 2013 |

Canada’s Evening Hymns comprises Jonas Bonnetta and a rotating folk collective of musicians including members of Ohbijou, The Wooden Sky, The Burning Hell, The D’Urbervilles and Forest City Lovers. His music probably appeals to fans of Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, … Read More