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Following the release of the ‘Glorious You’ EP on Virgin/EMI, North London newcomer Benjamin Clementine has announced a headline London show at the Emmanuel Centre on October 29. Tickets are available here.

“MOVIE are here to save indie…perfection” Noisey “Big and bold…packed with warped funk grooves” NME Radar “Short, sharp, smart…step this way for intelligent indie-funk” Guardian  “A fresh and reinvigorated take on classic sounds, it potentially marks the start of a new era for guitar music” Crack in the Road “MOVIE are packing some seriously ravenous hooks. You bring the […]

The ‘Remixes’ EP sees four very different takes on Fyfe’s releases to date, as reinvented by some of the 23-year-old’s hand-picked artists and producers. Jeremy from Summer Camp transforms Dixon’s breakout moment – the brooding, XX-like ‘Solace’ – into a shuffling disco groove (Fyfe has already returned the favour, offering an atmospheric take on the […]

Following the recent success of ‘Bodies’, London-based Sivu was named NME’s Radar Band of the Week (issue out August 14th 2013). Read the feature in print and online at the NME website. Furthermore, Sivu will be on tour later in the year; hitting the road with London Grammar in October before heading out with Stornoway […]

“It’s sure as hell intriguing” NME “Blissful…we’ll be hearing an awful lot more about them in the near future ” Line of Best Fit “A big step-up…the six-piece finding their voice in nu-soul ” This is Fake DIY Hotly-tipped South London six-piece The Hics released their debut EP, ‘Tangle’, on August 19 and played their […]

Frank Turner has announced his biggest ever headline tour for February 2014. The 7 date run includes his first ever headline date at the huge London O2 Arena as well as other impressive arenas in Cardiff, Manchester, Nottingham and more. Turner, who headlined Wembley Arena last year and was also chosen to open Danny Boyle’s […]

It’s official. Sam Amidon has burnt everything to the ground. It smells good, now that the rain has come. I can see the tips of the blades rising Bon Iver   Very little of Amidon’s material is ‘original’; a folk singer in the traditional sense, what he does is craft old songs in new ways… […]

Twenty-year-old Roc Nation signee Arlissa has been announced to play The Garage on March 28, alongside the hotly-tipped King Krule, Night Works, and DJ sets from Ghostpoet and The Line of Best Fit. Tickets for the show are being given away on Twitter, but have already sold out. Arlissa’s debut solo single, ‘Sticks & Stones’, […]

“Grandiose…erupts into a warm, forceful patter and swelling horns like the onset of a tropical rainstorm” Pitchfork “Paul Dixon might be a familiar name to some…but none [are] finer than this new project” NME “Turning heads at breakneck speed…the understated grandeur of a downbeat Miike Snow” Neon Gold “Glorious…with an affinity for pop hooks as strong as his, […]

Cult Los Angeles heroes Rilo Kiley have announced their new unreleased and rarities album RKives for a UK release through Little Record Company on 6 May 2013. RKives is a long awaited collection of unreleased songs, b-sides, and rarities spanning Rilo Kiley’s decade-long career.  The record includes nine never before released songs, a variety of […]