It seems the world of music is alive and kicking as todays roundup is busy, busy, busy. We've got all the latest info on Blk Jks, Latitude Festival, Tartufi, ATP Festival, Bricolage and Bell. Plus some MP3's for you to check out! - The 405

Blk Jks

Blk Jks (picture above) will be heading out on their first ever UK tour in April, including dates with Errors, HEALTH and Squarepusher. April 9   London, Adventures In The Beetroot Field @ Fabric  9pm-late, £13 adv April 14   Colchester, Arts Centre w/Errors  8pm, £8, £7 adv April 15   London, The Lexington  8pm, £6 adv; box office: 08700 600 100 April 16   London, ICA w/Errors  7.30pm, £8.50 adv April 18   Newcastle, The End  8pm, £5 adv April 19   Glasgow, Captains Rest  7.30pm, £6 adv April 20   Leeds, Brudenell Social Club  8pm, £6 adv April 21   Bristol, Club NME @ The Lanes  9pm (onstage midnight), £4 adv; April 22   Manchester, The Deaf Institute  w/HEALTH 8pm, £7adv April 23   Reading, South Street April 24   London, Ether @ South Bank Centre w/Squarepusher  8pm, £20 adv April 25   London, Camden Crawl

Latitude Festival

The 405's favourite festival, Latitude, will be taking place on the 16th July through to the 19th of July. Head over to in the next couple of weeks when the 2009 website goes up!


Tartufi have been signed to Southern Records and will be releasing their next album Nests Of Waves And Wire in spring.

ATP Festival

ATP have added a few more bands to 'Vs the Fans' lineup. They include Killing Joke, The Mae Shi, School Of Seven Bells, Liam Finn, This Will Destroy You and Hush Arbors. To find out more click here!


Glasgows Bricloage will be releasing thie rnew album, which is self titled, soon on Slumberland Records. You can check the band out at or just listen to this song! MP3: Bricolage - Turn U Over


Moscow-born, Alaska-grown Olga Bell will be heading out on tour with Asobi Seksu, plus some dates with the Bowerbirds! You can find out more on Bell by going to MP3: Bell - Magic Tape