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We Are Scientists apologise to fans for cancelling part of their upcoming UK tour, due to Keith Murray experiencing vocal issues.

Posted in Be There, Music on 24 Jun 2011 • Print This PostRead More...

Glasto is finally here and despite all the hype on the headliners, pop-politics or mud wrestling, there is a little stage that almost didn’t make it but is now giving some disabled artists an opportunity to play the UK’s most coveted festival.
Organised by Attitude is Everything, a charity dedicated to improving deaf and disabled people’s access to live music, Glastonbury 2011 will see a takeover of Shangri LA’s top venue club DADA with beauteous acoustic bands, street folk poetics and punk rock legends inter-spiced with beats, bleeps and signed rap!
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Posted in Be There, Music on 22 Jun 2011 • Print This PostRead More...

THE1234 Festival which comes to Shoreditch Park on the 9 July, have announced their collaboration with Noisey.com, a new music discovery platform that launched earlier this year. The partnership for the 2011 festival seems a natural fit for the partnership as THE1234 Festival continues in its maverick tradition of setting the agenda with their chaotic and inspirational line-ups.
Headlining the Noisey stage are the inimitable and much-anticipated Black Lips, who will be joined by their label-mates The Raveonettes, both of whom are signed to Vice Records, plus post-punk pioneer Lydia …

Posted in Music on 21 Jun 2011 • Print This PostRead More...

Ana Lola Roman challenges the vision of a renaissance woman; multi-talented she a songstress, video artist and an incredibly charismatic performer. Her new single Jigsaw is no less eclectic, combining a dark meditate soundscape with intelligent social commentary that is contagiously danceable.
The single was recorded and co-produced in NYC with visionary producer and computer game composer Jean Luc Sinclair (Nine Inch Nails, Scissor Sisters). Jigsaw sounds almost tribal as Roman contrasts a hypnotic early nineties riff with a torch song-esque chorus, dissolving into a final emotive cry, ‘They taped …

Posted in Be There, Music on 20 Jun 2011 • Print This PostRead More...

Macmillan’s Big Mix festival took over East London’s Shoreditch with over 80 acts showcasing the best of cabaret, comedy and music performing across 10 venues.
Formerly known as The Brick Lane Takeover, the hottest spots including Rich Mix, The Light, Cargo, Concrete, The Brickhouse, Spitalfields and Vibe saw top class acts including Newton Faulkner, Edith Bowman, Clare Maguire, Tim Burgess, James Yuill, Treetop Flyers, Zero 7 DJ set from Sam Hardaker, CocknBullKid, The Pipettes and comedy from Rufus Hound, Kevin Eldon, Diane Spencer and Chris Mayo.
The one day metropolitan music festival, …

Posted in Lifestyle, Music on 20 Jun 2011 • Print This PostRead More...

Gone are the days when a muddy tent, a pair of Doc Martens and a bottle of Asti Spumante was all a girl needed to have a good time at a summer festival.
Infact a new survey by Alpro who spoke to more than 1,000 female festival goers, predominately under the age of 44, shows how times have changed. Most women now want posh accommodation – think tents with inflatable mattresses et al, with almost one third insisting they definitely won’t be camping in the conventional way at their favourite festival …

 

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