Sean from Drowned In Sound has just released a [PIAS] inspired playlist for our Spotify app called ‘Independent Spirit’.
It’s a celebration of truly independent music that goes far beyond jangly guitars and pin badges. Featuring tracks from Cat Power, Burial, Sonic Youth, The Cribs, Fuck Buttons, Mogwai and more.
Check it out in the Features section of the [PIAS] Spotify App.
CLICK! to listen, here: Independent Spirit
Kid Koala will release his new album, ’12 Bit Blues’, on 17 September 2012 via Ninja Tune.
Ninja say: “Never one to make the music making process easy on himself, Kid Koala has finally realised his child-hood dream of owning SP1200′s, and in the process has tackled the stripped-down blues tradition with the machines that spawned the golden age of hip-hop (and keeps floppy disks alive!)”.
Your humble web monkey says: very sexy rumours about some amazing packaging on this one. The Kid surpasses even himself.
Kid Koala, live in the UK!
11 O2 Academy Islington London
12 Fiddlers Bristol
13 Warehouse Project Manchester
One of Portland’s top feminist bookstore professionals, Candace of Women & Women First, spoke with J Mascis of Dinosaur Jr. about their forthcoming record, ‘I Bet On Sky’.
Watch their illuminating interview, below.
Dinosaur Jr – brand new album – ‘I Bet On Sky’ (Play It Again Sam)
UK street date: 17th September 2012
1. Don’t Pretend You Didn’t Know
2. Watch The Corners
3. Almost Fare
4. Stick A Toe In
6. I Know It Oh So Well
7. Pierce The Morning Rain
8. What Was That
10. See It On Your Side
Mega Monkey Mash Up! Featuring Animal Collective, Gallows, Hot Chip, Race Horses, Frank Turner and Vitalic
Hola my fabulous furry freak friends of the interwebs!
How you doin?
Your humble web monkey has the antidote to all this fuss over flag-waving physical exertions – who can run / throw / swim / dive….. the fastest / furtherest / quickest / longest etc etc. Yada yada yawn yawn.
Can you imagine Ian Curtis playing table tennis?
Kurt Cobain astride a horse, showjumping?
Patti Smith doing the old clean and jerk weightlifting?
Miles Davis playing water polo?
NO. There’s a time, a place and a temperament for sportiness, and this – your humble web monkey’s cyberhome is not it.
Aesthetic pursuits, not athletic pursuits – bass tones, drums, guitars, voices, strings and things electricity amplified – aural Art that lifts the spirit beyond the heavens, locates and illuminates your soul, makes excited pulses race harder and faster and provides soothing salve for life’s comedowns – these are your humble web monkey’s bag, daddio!
And a bumper bag o delights it is for you this week, let’s crack open the craic and crack and crack on.
Animal Collective – regular readers (all two of them – hello mrs web monkey and captain mayo – ha!) will be fully aware of YHWM’s long-lived and intense love of the furry fab four.
Reports that my firstborn child shall be named ‘BrianDaveJoshNoah AveyDeakinGeologistPandaBear’ are not to be believed. Or have been greatly exaggerated at the very least. hehe.
This mitzvah of a missive - below – *is* to be believed.
“Animal Collective premiere new single ‘Today’s Supernatural’.
Animal Collective and The Creators Project partner on Animal Collective Radio, a weekly online radio transmission.
New Album ‘Centipede Hz’ out Sept 3rd.
‘Today’s Supernatural’ is the first single from Animal Collective‘s highly anticipated new album ‘Centipede Hz’, out on Domino on Monday, September 3rd.
Animal Collective premiered ‘Today’s Supernatural’ live last night on the just launched Animal Collective Radio (radio.myanimalhome.net), a weekly online radio transmission in partnership with Domino and The Creators Project.
Every Monday morning at 2am GMT though til August 19th Animal Collective will broadcast a new radio show live.
Each week a member of the band – Panda Bear, Deakin, Avey Tare and Geologist – will take turns hosting their own show. The shows will feature unique mixes created by the band as well as a variety of guest DJ sets.
This week’s show, hosted by Panda Bear, featured his own mix and guest DJ sets by Black Dice, Sublime Frequencies and Haunted Graffiti.
The shows will loop for 24 hours after the live broadcast and then be made available as an on-demand stream via MixCloud.
The Creators Projectors website will host tracklist details and more information. The website’s look will evolve over the course of the broadcasts, so check back.
Animal Collective would also like to encourage fansto create their own radio show mixes. To help people get started the band has provided a sample pack download of ‘Centipede Hz’ sounds and radio IDs as well as detailed instructions on how to create your own sounds. More details on user-generated mixes is available on the website”.
So – get all that?
Here are the droids you are looking for:
CLICK! For Animal Collective Radio.
CLICK! For more details / radio show tracklistings etc. from The Creator’s Project website.
LISTEN! To ‘Today’s Supernatural’ – below. Over 100,000 plays in less than two days!
Gallows’ brand new self-titled album is a-coming this way, like a cement hurricane levitating Vicarage Road to the land of Oz.
Due to hit us all in the face (repeatedly) from Monday 10th September (via Venn / PIAS Recordings) – here’s a sneak preview of the album’s ‘making of’ documentary, along with a muddy and rocking live clip.
Electro auteurs Hot Chip present their brand new video ‘How Do You Do?’ – a postmodern retrotastic green screen electric dream directed by Rollo Jackson - taken from the recently released longplayer ‘In Our Heads’ (Domino).
They had me toasting the mic with my woeful pidgin Welsh last week, like a right cunning linguist.
Here is Race Horses’ brand new video ’My Year Abroad’.
As reported earlier, Race Horses‘ album – ‘Furniture‘ – is due out on Monday 10th September (via Stolen Recordings / [PIAS] Recordings).
Read some groovy words about the band on the groovy CLASH website. Clickety Click.
Sir Frank of Turner - fresh from playing a pretty low key, intimate gig (at the bleedin-’lympics-stadium-to-a-trillion-gazillion-people!!) has a double deluxe fandabeedozee 2DVD out soon. Titled ‘Live At Wembley’ / ‘The Road To Wembley’ ’tis due to hit our eyesockets on September 3rd (via Xtra Mile).
Here’s a taste.
Cosmo-european Techno producer Vitalic has a brand new album – ‘Rave Age’ – due for release later this year (October 22nd, date fans!) via Different Recordings.
Here’s a lovely press release all about it, below.
If you’re very very good children there *might* be a FREE download of a track in it for ya.
Who loves ya baby?
“Techno maverick, Vitalic, will release his eagerly anticipated album, ‘Rave Age’ on October 22nd through Different Recordings. Renowned for his blistering, sought after productions, Vitalic will up the ante with an incendiary, brand new live show coming to a venue near you later this year.
Mixed by legendary production wizard, Stephane Alf Briat, known for his work with Air and Phoenix, ‘Rave Age’ is a ballsy, firecracker of an album that showcases not just a passion for big room, electro smashers and electronica, but a broad set of influences that stretch from punk and film soundtracks to disco and indie dance.
Showcasing a myriad of talent roped in to give this album added punch, it features the vocal efforts of Joe Reeves (Shit Disco) on ‘Fade Away’ and ‘Next I’m Ready’. French starlets Owlle and Rebeka Warrior (Sexy Sushi) appear on ‘Under Your Sun’ and ‘La Mort Sur Le Dancefloor’. Mickael Karkousse from Belgium electro rockers, Goose, lends his skills to ‘Rave Kids Go’.
‘Rave Age’ looks set to be one of the standout releases of 2012 and to kick start the summer party proceedings, Vitalic is giving away a free download of the aptly titled, ‘No More Sleep’, a fiery taster off the album. Get your rave on”.
Get your (cough!) ‘rave on’, HERE: Boom-Boom-Boom-Click!
Right, i don’t know about you, but your humble web monkey is freaking cream crackered after all that lot. Oof!
What time’s the World Tiddleywinks Championships on telly?
Adieu for now!
Hot new Stolen Recordings / [PIAS] Recordings signings Race Horses have announced their debut album – ‘Furniture’ – due to be released in the UK on 10th September 2012.
What Am I To Do
My Year Abroad
See No Green
Old And New
The album will be available on limited edition vinyl, CD and digital.
Here’s a lovely press release.
“Bright, theatrical pop with a soulful edge” – Guardian Guide
“When Welsh pop heroes Race Horses set out to make their new album, ‘Furniture’, they had one major rule – everything had to feel fresh. “All the new music I was hearing seemed to be hidden behind reverb, behind a veneer of cool,” says singer Meilyr. “We wanted to make something much more stark and direct.”
The album they created is exactly that: a pin-sharp pop record inspired by Queen, Dexy’s Midnight Runners, Soft Cell – and by the disco at the youth hostel they were staying at during the two-week recording sessions at The Pool in South London. “It was full of Spanish tourists dancing to Michael Jackson,” says guitarist Dylan. We were there on the dance floor trying to work out why it sounded so good, analysing Quincy Jones’ production and thinking, how did he get that hi-hat sound, or that groove?” The experience rubbed off onto the album. “It inspired us to make something quite rhythmic and groove-based that wasn’t computerised or perfect,” says Meilyr.
Though it’s frequently an upbeat piece of work, there’s a stark contrast in Furniture’s lyrics: its central idea speaks to universal feelings of frustration and the everyday erosion of relationships. “It’s about people that spend a lot of time together gradually starting not to see each other,” says Meilyr. “If you put a picture on your wall, over time it dissolves into the background. It’s the same when you’re living with someone; they become an object over time.” That’s the thought that fuels the chiming title track ‘Furniture’, the percussive ‘Mates’ and more. While the album sees the band’s rampant creativity boiled down into perfect pop, there are also surprises around every corner – lyrics inspired by DH Lawrence and Thomas Hardy, and an unusual sonic palette employed throughout, including clarinets and bassoons recorded on a 4-track in the boiler room of the Royal Academy of Music.
The core members of Race Horses grew up in Aberystwyth, a sleepy holiday town on the west coast of Wales that’s as far from the heart of the music business as is possible. “Our formative years were the opposite of something like Skins,” says Meilyr. “Teenagers weren’t shagging and taking drugs, they were listening to their dad’s record collections. I was wearing flares and listening to prog rock.”
With two members of the band having earned great praise in Wales as Radio Luxembourg, Race Horses debuted in 2010 with the critically acclaimed ‘Goodbye Falkenburg’. Now that harpist-turned-guitarist Mali Llewelyn and percussionist Dan Bradley have joined Dylan, Meilyr and Gwion, ‘Furniture’ has the five-piece feeling like they’re starting anew. “We’ve got the same name,” says Dylan, “but in a way, it feels like a totally different band.”
Download the track ‘Mates’ for gratis, free, nuffink – HERE!
Listen to the track ‘My Year Abroad’ – HERE!
Upcoming live dates:
8 Sept Llanrwst Gwyl Gwydir Festival
15 Sept Portmeirion Festival No. 6
22 Sept Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach (Album Launch Show)
25 Sept London The Lexington (Album Launch Show)
Diolch lovely Race Horses – Iechyd da!
Dead Can Dance – Brand New Album – ‘Anastasis’ – Out 13th August
Their first record in 16 years.
Royal Albert Hall 26th October – show sells out in under 48 hours
“Dead Can Dance will release their new album ‘Anastasis’ through [PIAS] Recordings on 13th August.
Available on CD, double LP and download, the album is their first since 1996’s ‘Spiritchaser’.
The band, who embark on a world tour in August, have confirmed a show at the Royal Albert Hall on 26th October.
Tickets for the show sold-out within 48 hours of going onsale.
1. Children Of The Sun
7. Return Of The She-King
8. All In Good Time
“On the cover of ‘Anastasis’, Dead Can Dance’s first album in 16 years: a field of sunflowers, ripened, and then blackened, by the sun, standing with sad, slightly crowned heads. Less dead than dormant, the heads and stems will one day be chopped, but then via the roots, will return. For ‘Anastasis’ is the Greek word for ‘resurrection’ and the seemingly dead will dance again.
“I thought ‘Anastasis’ was a good title given our reunion,” explains Brendan Perry, who, with Lisa Gerrard, formed the band in Melbourne, Australia in 1981, releasing seven studio albums, and one live album, before going their own ways after 1996’s ‘Spiritchaser’. “’Anastasis’ also means ‘in between two stages’,” he adds. “Regeneration comes with the next season.”
‘Anastasis’ is perfectly apt given how the album is an astonishing regeneration of the legendary beauty, power and spellbinding nature of the duo’s unique sound and vision. Age hasn’t withered DCD, not the passing of the years; if anything, the album sounds bolder, stronger, more confident in its vision..
A Greek word to represent the album is equally derived from the music’s origins. While Perry can hear echoes of DCD past, “from right across our catalogue,” he reckons the core of Anastasis can be found, “slap bang” in the near-Eastern Mediterranean, from Greece and Turkey across to North Africa. “The music I listen to and research becomes both unconsciously and consciously part of a new project, and for this album, I’ve been fascinated by the classic immutable elements of Greek culture, the depth of their music and their love for song that you don’t get as much in the west; the way they combine philosophy and love songs, and throw a bit of science in there too. I love the eastern influence that comes from being a crossroads between east and west, the kaleidoscopic mosaic of those fused cultures, while the further west you go, the more it’s a mono-cultural society.
Perry says the duo have been talking about another album since Dead Can Dance’s world tour of 2005. But that extensive tour was exhausting, and the incentive was lacking, so it was put on the backburner until calendars could again be synchronised – not so easy since Perry lives in the centre of Ireland (the land of his ancestors), where ‘Anastasis’ was recorded (at Perry’s converted church studio Quivvy) and Gerrard lives in Southern Australia. Once upon a time, they left Melbourne for London, settling many floors up in a council block on the Isle of Dogs, putting whatever pittance they had into their music.
Signed by 4AD and releasing their first album in 1984, the duo drew rapturous reviews for albums that spanned neo-classical and folk across time and geography, each album selling to a progressively larger audience, the emotional drama of their coming to the attention of the San Francisco ballet, Hermes Perfume and a documentary on Hitler and Stalin; likewise motion pictures such as Heat, The Crossing Guard and Baraka. Gerrard developed her own solo film soundtracks – The Gladiator and The Insider, for example – while Perry worked on solo albums such as 1999’s ‘Eye Of the Hunter’ and 2008’s ‘Ark’. The pair dissolved their physical relationship in the early ‘ 90s but something keeps them together – a bond of deep friendship and musical compatibility and understanding, and so Anastasis is born, and Dead Can Dance regenerated”.
Hola cyber badgers!
How you doin?
Further to my bemoaning the lack of decent music telly t’other week, it seems that whatever neuromantic superpower that has jacked a mainline into my cerebellum – bugging my every thought, dark secret and brainwrong – has taken heed, and raised an entire army of music tellybots to feed our hungry eyes with a rolling smorgasbord of AV delights.
Tune in – HERE - for regularly updated playlists, artist channels and much much more.
Or ‘click the pic’ up top.
Be sure to subscribe, to ‘LIKE’ with a big ol’ thumbs up, and please spread the news far and wide, via your cyberhuman social networks and your fleshy analogue cakeholes too.
Pictured: the [PIAS] Tellybots Team, hard at work, yesterday
…. with this lovely youtube video playlist!
Hey again my web paw’d cyber-marsupial pals!
How you doin?
Your humble web monkey had noticed that you were looking a little drawn, perhaps a smidge tired by life, under the weather a little and fed up with the rain.
So… i thought i’d drop some more new musical goodness into your eyeholes, your earholes and your loveholes.
Because i care.
The fabulous Flying Lotus has announced his forthcoming album – ‘Until The Quiet Comes’.
T’will be released on the 1st October (UK) via Warp Records.
Huzzah! Be still my simian excitement!!
Check the Warp words (including Lotus’ tourdates!):
“Flying Lotus has scheduled the release of ‘Until The Quiet Comes’, the long awaited follow-up to 2010′s ‘Cosmogramma’ and his third on Warp Records, for a worldwide release on October 1st/2nd.
Composed, according to Flying Lotus, as “a collage of mystical states, dreams, sleep and lullabies”, ‘Until the Quiet Comes’ has the distinct feel of this nocturnal trip. From the twitching descent into a subconscious state and the out-of-focus time-ether of the journey that follows, the sound is an unhinged, yet elegant evolution of the melodic and rhythmic interplay that is woven into the DNA of Flying Lotus’ aural personae.
All this stylistic mingling and genre-melting has contributed significantly to shift music in a direction that makes intellectual leaps without forsaking the all-important heft of a bassline or unimpeded ‘swing’ of a drum beat – the same way so many masters of soul music have infused their songs for lovers and dancers with brilliant and heady subtext for decades. Until The Quiet Comes follows this tradition while clearing a path distinctly it’s own, which is a mark of a classic.
The album, featuring guests Erykah Badu, Laura Darlington, Niki Randa, Thundercat & Thom Yorke, is set for release on October 1 (2 in N. America), 2012 on Warp Records.
To celebrate the release, Lotus will embark on his most extensive period of touring ever; hitting cities across North America, the UK and Europe over a 3 month period.
23 Los Angeles, CA, Hollywood Bowl (w/ Animal Collective)
07 New York, NY, Terminal 5
15 Toronto, CO, The Hoxton
16 Chicago, IL, Metro
18 Denver, CO, Ogden
19 Salt Lake City, UT, Urban Lounge
22 Vancouver, BC, Fortune
23 Seattle, WA, Neptune
25 Oakland, CA, Fox Theatre
03 London, UK, Brixton Academy (all-nighter w/ 2 special Flying Lotus performances)
04 Amsterdam, Netherlands, Paradiso
05 Leipzig, Germany, Conne Island
06 Paris, France, La Machine du Moulin Rouge
07 Fribourg, Switzerland, Fri-Son
08 Berlin, Germany, Gretchen
09 Manchester, UK, Manchester Warehouse Project
Flying Lotus – Until The Quiet Comes
1. All In
2. Getting There feat. Niki Randa
3. Until the Colours Come
5. Tiny Tortures
6. All the Secrets
7. Sultan’s Request
8. Putty Boy Strut
9. See Thru to U feat. Erykah Badu
10. Until the Quiet Comes
11. DMT Song feat. Thundercat
12. The Nightcaller
13. Only if You Wanna
14. Electric Candyman feat. Thom Yorke
15. Hunger feat. Niki Randa
16. Phantasm feat. Laura Darlington
17. me Yesterday//Corded
18. Dream to Me
Speaking of Thom Yorke (sorta)…
Other Lives - one of our favourite new bands in the world (we in the monkey enclosure love ‘em!) – are back, with new NEWS:
“Having wrapped up a series of successful tours throughout 2012, including dates supporting Radiohead in the US, Other Lives are pleased to announce a new remix of their single ‘Tamer Animals’ by Atoms For Peace.
Listen to the remix now via Pitchfork.
Other Lives, having just played to a packed tent at Latitude Festival, are currently on tour in Europe, and will be heading off to Japan and China in August before returning to the US & Canada for a headline tour this autumn.
An EP featuring new material and previously unheard tracks will be released this autumn”.
Speaking of Other Lives… (see how seamlessly my bits segue from one to another…. with all the grace and subtle elegance of a drunken elephant. On ice!)…
A wee reminder – this Saturday, 21st July – our dear friends and comrades over the water at [PIAS] Ireland will be hosting their inaugural [PIAS] Nites concert event, in the glorious surrounds of The Iveagh Gardens, Dublin.
Curated by the wonderful Lisa Hannigan – the line up also features the aforementioned Oklahoma wonders Other Lives, Cathy Davey and Champs.
For more information / details etc - CLICK…. HERE!
It promises to be an amazing day out – and, as we speak, your humble web monkey is performing an ancient anti-raindance ritual to ward off any pesky precipitation.
Still, even if it *does* rain – consummate professional that she is – Lisa is well able to perform underwater, like that Bobby Ewing in ‘The Man From Atlantis’:
Have a brilliant time Dub!
Adieu for now my furry freak friends!
Hola wonderful worldwide webbers!
How you doin?
Your humble web monkey here – at your service! – with a look ahead to some of the forthcoming juicy sonic treats nestled just on the horizon – soon to make passionate sexy love to your lugholes. Erm, or something.
The xx return with their massively anticipated second album ‘Coexist’ (via Young Turks / XL) on September 10th (UK).
Here’s the beautiful packshot (we’ll be seeing a few of these tattooed on glam young things’ wrists and ankles next year, no doubt) along with the tracklist and – after the ‘jump’ (whatever the hell that means) – the first aural fruit to fall from the boughs of the new longplayer.
The xx – ‘Coexist’
10. Swept Away
11. Our Song
T’will be available on Future Sailor formats i imagine, but also on lovely CD, even lovelier vinyl LP (which includes a copy of the CD) and an even *even* lovelier limited edition deluxe vinyl version, the motherlode of physical fetishism. Check these words:
“LP (Deluxe) to include 180 gram heavyweight vinyl & CD, die-cut gatefold sleeve, 24 page 12″ booklet with rainbow mirriboard cover inserted in die cut side”.
Instant HORN, imho.
To while away the minutes and hours til ‘Coexist’ hits the shops:
Listen to ‘Angels’ on The xx‘s site – by clicking HERE.
Errors return with a brand new 8 track mini album – ‘New Relics’ – due (via Rock Action) in October.
Drowned In Sound have an exclusive track on their site, listen to it, by clicking HERE.
“Errors have announced the release of a brand new 8-track mini-album due for release on Rock Action Records in October and UK tour including a show at Heaven in London. The new record entitled ‘New Relics’ follows on from the critically acclaimed ‘Have Some Faith In Magic’ released earlier this year. ‘New Relics’ was recorded by the 3 piece during the Spring of 2012 in their Glasgow studio and will be released via Rock Action Records on CD, 12″, Digital Download and a VHS version limited to 200 copies only that will see the band collaborating with Rachel Maclean (director of their stunning Pleasure Palaces video) and other visual artists to provide a unique visual representation of their music”.
Errors website is HERE.
The band are playing out a bunch, check it out:
19 Aug – Beacons Festival, UK
8 Sep – Bestival, Isle of White
10 Oct – Soup Kitchen, Manchester, UK
11 Oct – Sound & Vision Festival, Norwich, UK
12 Oct – Hoults Yard, Newcastle, UK
13 Oct – Electric Circus, Edinburgh, UK
17 Oct – Bodega, Nottingham, UK
18 Oct – Heaven, London, UK
19 Oct – The Cooler, Bristol, UK
20 Oct – SWN Festival, Cardiff, UK
Here’s a live clip to whet your appetite.
Errors most recent album – ‘Have Some Faith In Magic’ (also on Rock Action Records) (and one of Drowned In Sound’s favourite albums of 2012) is still available in all good record shops, check it out!
Holy Other release their debut longplayer ‘Held’ – the follow up to the phenomenal ‘With U’ EP – on 27th August (UK) via Tri Angle Records.
PLUS! Holy Other have been asked to support Beach House on their European tour.
PLUS PLUS! Holy Other have also announced their own debut UK tour. Check the lyrics from the Tri Angle site:
“Following on from the announcement made at the end of last week that Holy Other would be touring the US with Amon Tobin ISAM Live this Fall, we now have some more exciting tour related news.
Starting in August Holy Other will embark upon his first ever headline UK tour. He’ll be supported by fellow Tri Angle artist Vessel (whose debut album Order Of Noise is out Sept 24th) and Not Not Fun affiliate Fort Romeau. You can purchase tickets here and the dates are as follows:
Aug 23 Stereo – Glasgow UK
Aug 24 Menagerie – Belfast UK
Aug 26 Venue TBA – Nottingham UK
Aug 27 The Croft – Bristol UK
Aug 28 Hare & Hounds – Birmingham UK
Aug 29 Village Underground – London UK
Aug 30 The Haunt – Brighton UK
As well as this we’re psyched to say Beach House have invited Holy Other to tour Europe with them this October. Starting in Belfast Holy Other will be the sole support for the Baltimore duo’s entire European tour which goes on into November. Some dates have already sold out, but there are still tickets available for some shows, so be sure to check in on the Beach House website for more details. The Beach House dates are as follows:
Oct 26 Mandela Hall – Belfast UK
Oct 27 Cork Opera House – Cork Ireland
Oct 28 Vicar Street – Dublin Ireland
Oct 29 The Arches – Glasgow UK
Oct 30 Stylus – Leeds UK
Oct 31 Ritz – Manchester UK
Nov 02 Roundhouse – London UK
Nov 03 Anson Rooms – Bristol UK
Nov 05 Kampnagel K2 – Hamburg Germany
Nov 06 Vega – Copenhagen Denmark
Nov 07 Berns – Stockholm Sweden
Nov 08 Sentrum Scene – Oslo Norway
Nov 10 Astra – Berlin Germany
Nov 12 Meetfactory – Prague Czech Republic
Nov 13 Flex – Vienna Austria
Nov 14 Feierwerk – Munich Germany
Nov 16 Gloria – Köln Germany
Nov 17 Les Docks – Lausanne Switzerland
Nov 18 Ab – Brussels Belgium
Nov 19 Paradiso – Amsterdam Netherlands
Now some non tour related news; we thought it was time to unveil another track from Holy Other’s debut album ‘Held’, so here it is, the title track, a 6 minute long schizophrenic beauty”:
CLICK HERE to visit the Tri Angle site and be enveloped in the embrace of ‘Held’s’ titular triumph.
Right, just time for your humble web monkey’s mantra, then i’m off for me tea.
Recite with I…
SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MUSIC! Get yourself down to your local record shop / internet webshop / high street retailer / mail order co. / digital download store and buy more music!
Adieu for now!