• 01 Dec, 2017

    Circa Waves, The Horrors & Pale Waves: For Live At Leeds

    Circa Waves, The Horrors & Pale Waves have all been announced for next year's Live At Leeds festival, which is previewed in The Independent.

    www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/news/live-at-leeds-festival-lineup-2018-circa-waves-the-horrors-pale-waves-headliners-tickets-a8083251.html

     
  • 30 Nov, 2017

    Sextile: UK & European Tour Dates

    Sextile have announced their UK & European tour dates for January / February 2018.
    See their artist page for full details.

    www.facebook.com/sextileband

     
  • 30 Nov, 2017

    Cattle & Cane: UK Christmas Tour

    Cattle & Cane's Christmas Tour, beginning on Saturday, in the UK is now almost sold out.
    See their artist page for details.

    www.cattleandcane.co.uk

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  • 30 Nov, 2017

    Martha Ffion: New Album 'Sunday Best'

    Irish-born, and now Glasgow based singer-songwriter Martha Ffion announces new album entitled 'Sunday Best' which will be released on Turnstile in early 2018. To celebrate the news Martha Ffion has also released a track from the album - the wonderful 'We Make Do'.

    'Sunday Best' is by far her most adventurous and accomplished work to-date, the lush instrumentation bringing her detailed lyrical vision to life through a series of gleaming guitar-pop songs that drift between soft-centred balladry and something altogether more cutting and forceful.

    It's perhaps true to say that our relationship with music is steered solely by connection. Sometimes that's a very direct thing; the words we sing along to relatable to our own desires and experiences. Occasionally, however, it manifests itself in other ways, a captivation drawn from something we can't conveniently place or pigeon-hole; songs and sentiments we watch from afar, trying to find a way inside.

    Martha Ffion's work has always flourished within the latter of these two paths. While her Irish roots and current home city of Glasgow have undoubtedly informed her work, so many of her songs resonate all the more for feeling wildly devoid of time and place, an alluring cast of characters drifting in and out of focus, each one examining Ffion's own thoughts on what it means to be "good" in a society that has such determined expectations.

    Initially breaking through with a 'postcard single' on Scotland's flourishing Lost Map label, Ffion's reputation soared with last year's 'Trip' EP, a swooning five-track collection that was released by Turnstile Music (Cate Le Bon, Gruff Rhys, Charlotte Church, Emmy the Great etc.) and championed by GoldFlakePaint for its "beautifully melodic sway".

    www.facebook.com/marthaffionmckay

     
  • 30 Nov, 2017

    Martha Ffion: Debut Album & UK Tour

    Irish-born, and now Glasgow based singer-songwriter Martha Ffion announces new album entitled 'Sunday Best' which will be released on Turnstile on 9th March 2018.
    She has announced a UK for March.

    www.facebook.com/marthaffionmckay

     
  • 29 Nov, 2017

    Live At Leeds 2018

    Live at Leeds will take place across the city on 5th May 2018, and will feature from the Primary Talent International roster.

    ...Circa Waves
    ...The Horrors
    ...Anteros
    ...Blaenavon
    ...Pale Waves
    ...Benny Mails
    ...BLOXX
    ...The Pale White

    www.liveatleeds.com

     
  • 28 Nov, 2017

    The Horrors: Rock The Pistes Festival

    The Horrors will play the Rock The Pistes Festival in the French Alps on 22nd March 2018.

    www.rockthepistes.com

     
  • 28 Nov, 2017

    The Horrors: Boardmasters 2018

    The Horrors have been announced for Boardmasters 2018 in Newquay, Cornwall, between 8th-12th August.

    www.facebook.com/events/169022287007021

     
  • 28 Nov, 2017

    The Horrors: At Synasthesie Festival Review

    Excellent live review of The Horrors, at the Synasthesie Festival in Berlin, from Drowned In Sound.

    www.drownedinsound.com/in_depth/4151515-dis-does-syn-sthesie-festival

     
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