Happy Monday! Today's roundup includes This Town Needs Guns, The Dodos, Clues, Girls and A Place To Bury Strangers.
This Town Needs GunsThis Town Needs Guns (pictured above) will be touring their album Animals for the last time this year. Catch them at the following venues:
01/10/09 Glasgow Classic Grand w/ Jocasta Sleeps
02/10/09 Aberdeen Snafu w/ Jocasta Sleeps
03/10/09 Middlesborough Uncle Alberts w/ Jocasta Sleeps
08/10/09 Birmingham Flapper w/ Great Eskimo Hoax
09/10/09 York Fibbers w/ Great Eskimo Hoax
10/10/09 Oxford The Bullingdon - OX4 w/ The Big Pink, Dalek, Jonquil, Stricken City
11/10/09 Nottingham Bodega w/ Great Eskimo Hoax
17/10/09 Norwich Marquee Co- Headine w/ Tubelord !
18/10/09 Reading Oakford Social Club Co- Headine w/ Tubelord !
20/10/09 Cardiff Barfly
21/10/09 Bath Moles w/ Talons
22/10/09 Plymouth Hippo Co- Headine w/ Tubelord !
27/10/09 Brighton The Freebutt Co- Headine w/ Tubelord !
28/10/09 London Hoxton Bar and Grill w/ Tropics & Talons
29/10/09 Southampton Joines Co- Headine w/ Tubelord !
30/10/09 Cheltenham Frog & Fiddle Co- Headine w/ Tubelord !
31/10/09 Leeds Brudenell - Brainwash w/ Tubelord, Pulled Apart By Horses, Talons ...
This Town Needs GunsThe Dodos
Californian Indie rockers The Dodos have a new video for their single Fables'.
The band play a one off show at the Scala in London on the 15th November.
Montreal's Clues are to play an in-store gig in Pure Groove (London) at 1:15pm on Tuesday 27th October. If you can't wait that long why not catch them at these locations:
Oct 19: Manchester, Drowned In Sound Stage @ In The City Festival @ The
Oct 20: Sheffield, The Harley Oct 21: Edinburgh, The Electric Circus
Oct 22: Dublin, Whelans
Oct 23: Liverpool, Korova
Oct 24: Bristol, Start The Bus
Oct 25: London, The Lexington
San Francisco's Girlsl release their new single Laura on 9th November, taken from their debut album, um, Album, released today.
They also embark on a UK tour this October:
09 - Nottingham, Bodega Social Club
10 - Liverpool, Korova
11 - Manchester, Night & Day
13 - Glasgow, Captain's Rest
14 - Edinburgh, Sneaky Pete's
15 - Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
16 - Bristol, The Cooler
17 - Birmingham, Academy 3
19 - Brighton, The Albert
20 - London, Hoxton Bar & Kitchen
21 - Tunbridge Wells, Forum
23 - Cardiff, SWN Festival
GirlsA Place To Bury Strangers
Psychedelic rock group A Place To Bury Strangers release their new album Exploding Head on October 12th.
Tour dates below:
6th November-Nottingham- The Social
7th November-Birminghamâ Flapper
8th November-Cardiffâ Barfly
9th November-Dublin- Whelan's
11th November-Belfast- Auntie's Annies
12th November-Glasgow- Captain's Rest
13th November-Newcastle- Digital (Club Night)
14th November-Manchester- Moho Love
15th November-Leedsâ Cockpit
17th November-Cambridge-Portland Arms.
18th November-Londonâ Garage.
6th December, ATP Nightmare Before Christmas (curated by My Bloody Valentine), Minehead.
A Place To Bury Strangers
Today's 'News In Brief' features Lounge On The Farm, A Place To Bury Strangers, This Town Needs Guns & The Slits.
The Lounge On The Farm (of 9-11th July 2010) is looking pretty good this year. Check this lot out:
Martha Reeves & The Vandellas / Toots & The Maytals / DJ Yoda / Courtney Pine / Fionn Regan / Kitty, Daisy & Lewis / Tunng / Crazy World of Arthur Brown / Thomas Gandey (Cagedbaby) / Male Bonding / Gaggle / Man Like Me / King Charles / Circulus / Jesca Hoop / Treeto... (continued)
Today's roundup includes Editors, Girls, Loverman, Clues and The Tragically Hip.
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To celebrate the release of their third studio album, âIn This Light And On This Eveningâ this week, Editors have created a unique listening experience for their new album by appearing to 'hack' Google Street View.
The experience allows fans to use a version of Google... (continued)
Perhaps post-release blues are setting in after Girls’ third record Father, Son, Holy Ghost’s initial hype wave has past. Christopher Owens has become even more personal for record number three and he admits, as expected, that his song writing process is "a very spontaneous thing."