The Veldt East Coast Tour with Seefeel & Oak City Session 2019

Pioneering shoegazers The Veldt have announced East Coast tour dates, including a mini-tour with legendary UK electronic gaze outfit Seefeel for their debut North American tour. Other appearances also involve other artists along with way. The tour kicks off on Friday, October 18 in Raleigh, when the band perform with Creation Records legends Swervedriver. The Veldt... Continue Reading →

LIFE on the road

Following the release of their critically acclaimed second album ‘A Picture Of Good Health’, a recent A-listing on BBC 6 Music for ‘Hollow Thing’, a blistering BBC Radio 1 Maida Vale session for Jack Saunders and a packed out album launch in a Camden kebab shop, Hull outfit LIFE are currently halfway through their UK headline album tour.... Continue Reading →

Redd Kross return to UK and Europe

Today, California legends Redd Kross have announced their first UK and European headline dates in several years including two intimate dates at The Lexington in London which promise to be evenings to remember. Steven McDonald had the following to say: "This is the most comprehensive headlining tour we’ve done of the UK and Europe since ‘97. We... Continue Reading →

Charly Bliss release Capacity ahead of album and tour

NYC's Charly Bliss return by signing to Lucky Number (Sunflower Bean, Dream Wife, Hinds, Sleigh Bells and more) for the World excluding America and announcing their highly anticipated new album, Young Enough, with a video for its lead single Capacity. Young Enough is available for pre-order now and due out May 10th via Lucky Number. Charly Bliss' Eva Hendricks says  "'Capacity' is... Continue Reading →

Larkin Poe tour dates announced

Following a sold-out headline show at London’s Islington Assembly Hall, LARKIN POE will be touring their new album ‘Venom & Faith’ at a string of 2019 UK & European headline dates. The Nashville-based sister duo comprising Rebecca and Megan Lovell have also today been confirmed for next June’s Black Deer Festival.   LARKIN POE HEADLINE UK TOUR 2019 March... Continue Reading →

The Limiñanas tour heads towards UK

French psych duo The Limiñanas will release their new album 'I've Got Trouble In Mind Vol. 2'through Because Music on 16th November. Featuring rare recordings, 7" singles and unrelased material, the collection is the follow up to 2014's album 'I've Got Trouble In Mind'. They have just announced a string of UK dates in February, in addition... Continue Reading →

Lydmor live in the UK

Lydmor is Copenhagen based Jenny Rossander, an electronic producer, composer, singer, writer and general troublemaker. This November she plays a handful of UK live dates in Bristol, London and Manchester; promising to stir the minds and hearts of her audience with her thrilling energy. With lots of initiative, Lydmor has made her dream come true... Continue Reading →

Ryan Vail announces new album and tour dates

Celebrated genre-defier Ryan Vail is returning this April with his anticipated new album ‘Distorted Shadows’, a call for art, soul and self-belief during difficult times. The music is informed by generations of electronic pioneers and reveals an interest in classical forms. ‘Distorted Shadows’ is what it sounds like to be a creative person in 2018,... Continue Reading →

Nite Fields US Tour

Nite Fields return with a new single and a forthcoming album and those in the USA will be pleased to hear that they have announced a North American tour. The dates are as follows. 03.10 Brooklyn @ Sunnyvale 03.11 Chicago, IL @ Levitation Festival 03.12 Lafayette, IN @ The Spot 03.13 Indianapolis, IN @ State... Continue Reading →

Reverend and The Makers Tour Dates

“Inspired – The best album of their career” – NME “Sounds like nothing I’ve heard since the great concept albums of the 60’s” – Noel Gallagher “Mirrors is a magnum opus” – Carl Barat November 13 Manchester Ritz 14 Sheffield Academy 16 Wolverhampton Wulfrun 17 Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms 18 London Koko 20 Leeds Stylus 21 Liverpool Academy 1... Continue Reading →

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