Gigs This Week | 11th – 18th July

A day late this week, sorry but it’s been a bit mentile. Anyway as I’m typing this, the best gig is actually happening! Lots of iTunes gigs and shows at Somerset House, if you’re going, you’re very lucky and I’m very jealous.

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Gigs This Week | 31st January – 6th February

Pick of the gigs in London town this week.

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Gigs This Week | 15th – 21st November

The pick of the gigs this week in London.

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Gigs The Week | 4th – 10th October

The pick of the gigs this week in London, actually there’s a pretty decent lot on this week. Go nuts!

Tuesday
Villagers The Scala
Wednesday
Everything Everything Scala
PVT Cargo
Of Montreal KOKO
Thursday
Carl Barat Rough Trade East
Blood Red Shoes & Male Bonding Electric Ballroom
Band Of Skulls The Forum
Black Mountain Shepherds Bush Empire
Friday
Plan B Brixton Academy
Summer Camp & Frankie & The Heartstrings The Lexington
Saturday
Hurts Shepherds Bush Empire

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More Stuff I Founded On Soundcloud Part. 4

I’ll admit I’ve been a little bit lazy this month, lots of other stuff going on, but I have been listening to a shitload of great new albums lately, I’m toying with the idea of doing a Top 10 of the 1st half of 2010. Anyway here’s just a few great bits I’ve been into lately, through the medium of the wonderous Soundcloud.


Kanye West – Power

On the strength of this I may forgive for the 808’s & Heartbreak album, and the Taylor Swift malarkey.
Janelle Monae – Tightrope
It bothers me that this track has been on Soundcloud for 4 months, and I only heard it a few weeks ago. It’s fuckin’ Brillopads, reminds me of a cross between Amerie’s One Thing and Beyonce’s Crazy In Love. Bravo.
Mystery Jets – ‘Dreaming Of Another World (WoodenShjipsRemix)’

I’m quite looking forward to getting my hands on the new Mystery Jets album, and this remix is something of a taster for things to come. I’m liking it, muchly.

Hurts – Mother Nature

The buzz band of the year, and it’s starting to get close to the crunch time, will Hurts album be able to live up to the hype? All the signs are pointing to the positive, and this is a pretty epic piece o’ balladry. Sheena Beaston with the link.
Tame Impala
The whole albums here!!! It’s fuckin’ brilliant. Listen to it off yer tits, you’ll kiss the frickin’ sun.
M.I.A. – Born Free (High Contrast Remix)
I was listening to the PMA Podcast last week and this track kicked it off, twas a great start to prolly one of their best efforts.
Teamrandalism – Les Ailes Du Papillon

Really enjoyable mixtape sent to me by some German doods. It’s a bit of a treat.


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Gigs This Week | 10-17 May 2010


The pick of the gigs this week in London….

Monday
HURTS w/Everything Everything & Darwin Deez KOKO
Foals Electric Ballroom
Tuesday
Pavement Brixton Academy
Wednesday
Surfer Blood Highbury Garage
Best Coast Old Blue Last
Thursday
Newislands Notting Hill Arts Club
Friday
Band Of Skulls w/Thomas Tantrum Electric Ballroom
Saturday
Hawksley Workman Borderline

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Two Door Cinema Club – Something Good Can Work (The Twelves Remix)

Do I like Two Door Cinema Club? It’s funny, my mate sent them to me ages ago, and I dismissed them out of hand, yet lately I’ve heard their tune on the radio, done a little Shazam magic and then been surprised at the result.

So yeah it would then appear that I do like Two Door Cinema Club. For now anyway. With regards this tune, I haven’t bothered looking for the original, so I’m just basing this whole piece on what is coming out of my speakers at THIS MOMENT.
I can see why they’ve been signed, what with the success Friendly Fires have had in the last year, Friendly Fires who were one of my festival highlights last year, I should point out. Could 2DCC do the same? On the strength of this, and the few other little titbits I’ve heard, I’d say it’s highly likely. Oh and they are from N’orn I’ron, so I already have a bit of an affinity to them.
The lucky bastards.

This track features on the rather splendid Kitsuné Maison 9 – The Petit Bateau edition compilation which features Washed Out (who rock), Hurts (also rock), Monarchy (rock more) and Silver Columns (rock less so). It’s an aural delight.


Two Door Cinema Club – Something Good Can Work (The Twelves Remix)

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