There’s an elusive yin-yang quality to these two tracks, Money and Temples from Bristol based post punk band Candy Darling and together they make a fantastic pairing as the bands debut single which will be released on September 1st on limited edition pink vinyl and digitally. The band are Emily Breeze (vocals & guitar) – who solo album The Penny Arcade is one to check out too ,Rob Norbury (guitars), and Adam Coombes (synthesisers).
Haley Bonar performs live in TPT’s Studio A and discusses keytar, her creative process and the South Dakota punk scene with hip hop artist Dessa.
Oct 27 Green Door Store, Brighton
Oct 28 Start The Bus,Bristol
Oct 29 The Lexington, London
Oct 30 Gullivers, Manchester
Oct 31 Nice N Sleazy,Glasgow
Nov 01 Liverpool Music Week
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First taste of the upcoming album from the upcoming album Distance, that’s out on the 18th of August 2014 on The State51 Conspiracy.
“Progressing from the minimal atmosphere of last year’s much-lauded long-player ‘Blindspot’, Dan Michaelson returns to a full-band sound on what he describes as a ‘misleadingly upbeat’ first single from the record. A romantic tale of two lovers dancing their way towards the end of the world.”
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Gruff Rhys announces the release of ‘Liberty (Is Where We’ll Be)’, the second single from his hugely acclaimed fourth solo album, with a new video and the confirmation of an autumn tour across the UK and Europe.
The single is due on July 21st on Turnstile and is taken from ‘American Interior’, Gruff’s highest charting solo record to date and part of a uniquely ambitious multi-format project telling the story of Welsh explorer John Evans’ fantastical journey across the States to find a lost tribe of Welsh speaking Native Americans.
‘Liberty (Is Where We’ll Be)’ sees Gruff takes Evans’ own diary entries to create lyrics for a gorgeously harmonic piece of string drenched baroque pop – nothing less than the sound of one of our greatest songwriters at the height of his powers.
4 Sept: Mareel, Shetland
5 Sept: ABC, Glasgow
6 Sept: Old Town Hall, Gateshead
10 Sept: Royal Northern College Of Music, Manchester
11 Sept: Woodlands Church, Bristol
13 Sept: Long Division, Wakefield
14 Sept: The Trades Club, Hebden Bridge
15 Sept: Glee Club, Birmingham
17 Sept: Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
18 Sept: St. George’s Church, Brighton
19 Sept: St. Mary’s Church, Ashford
20 Sept: Queen Elizabeth Hall, London
21 Sept: The Dylan Weekend, Laugharne
3 Oct: Debaser Strand, Stockholm
4 Oct: Vanguard, Oslo
6 Oct: Fahimi Bar, Berlin
7 Oct: Bitterzoet, Amsterdam
8 Oct: Theater der Wohngemeinschaft, Germany
9 Oct: Atomic Cafe, Munich
10 Oct: Covo, Bologna
11 Oct: Spazio 211, Torino
13 Oct: Marche Gare, Lyon
14 Oct: Cooperative de Mai, Clermont Ferrand
15 Oct: Point Ephemere, Paris
16 Oct: AB Club, Brussels