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Music News: Rock Trio Katalina Kicks Announce Tour Dates

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Purveyors of the finest in scuzzed-up rock’n’roll – KATALINA KICKS – make their return with a thrilling new long-player ‘Vices’ and a feast of UK live dates this May. Whetting appetites in the run up to the new album, the band accompany the announcement with the release of adrenaline-laced new single and featured track: ‘Cut It Up’. The new album, Vices, presents Katalina Kicks at their loudest, scuzziest and most politically aggrieved yet. But then opening with a “cameo” from Donald Trump, how could it not be? Fans of the band will already be familiar with the Seattle-sized quake of…

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Alt J Announce 3rd Album ‘Relaxer’

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ALT-J have announce their third album, ‘Relaxer’, due for release on 9 June via Infectious Music on heavyweight vinyl, CD, cassette and digital formats. The record is the follow up to their number one GRAMMY and BRIT Award-nominated album THIS IS ALL YOURS. The album was recorded all over London – from Shoreditch to St John’s Wood; Crouch Hill to Brixton – with producer Charlie Andrew for a third time. A first taste of the LP in the form of its opening track ‘3WW’ is available to stream and download now. Relaxer Track Listing: • 3WW • IN COLD BLOOD • HOUSE…

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Steve Hackett discusses The Night Siren In new video & Genesis revisited with classic Hackett tour

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Guitar virtuoso and rock legend, Steve Hackett (formerly of Genesis), is set to release his latest album ‘The Night Siren’ on 24th March 2017 through InsideOut Music (Sony). As implied in the title, ‘The Night Siren’ is a wake-up call… the warning of a siren sounding in this era of strife and division, and he discusses the album in detail in this brand new interview video which you can find here Steve recently revealed the first track to be taken from the new album ‘In The Skeleton Gallery’ Steve had this to say about the song: “I’m excited by the…

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All Them Witches Announce Headline Tour Dates & Festival Appearances

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Nashville’s All Them Witches release their new album ‘Sleeping Through the War’ today via New West Records and announce UK headline tour dates for October. New album ‘Sleeping Through The War’ out today via New West Records. Following appearances confirmed at the Secret Garden Party and Truck Festivals, All Them Witches will return to the UK in September and October for their biggest UK headline tour yet, including a show at London’s Koko.“Following appearances confirmed at the Secret Garden Party and Truck Festivals, All Them Witches will return to the UK in September and October for their biggest UK headline…

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NEW MUSIC: At The Drive In ‘Incurably Innocent’

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  With praise still reverberating from December’s unveiling of ‘Governed By Contagions’, At The Drive In has issued another clarion call from its first album in 17 years: ‘Incurably Innocent’ is the second track to be released in advance of that record, titled in • ter a • li • a, now available for pre-order and confirmed for release May 5th on Rise Records. Pitting spacey phaser and thrash-y riffing against a sidewinder hook and siren wail, “Incurably Innocent,” described by vocalist Cedric Bixler-Zavala as “a song about sexual abuse and being able to finally speak out,” reveals additional facets…

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New Album From The Vultures ‘Three Mothers Part 2’

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Following from their acclaimed ‘Three Mothers Part 1’ album in 2015, London genre-busters The Vultures are releasing the anticipated second part on April 14th, via vital independent label Ciao Ketchup Recordings. Released April 14th on Ciao Ketchup Recordings Comprising of three part vocals, cello, violin, viola, bass and drums – London sextet The Vultures say they’re on a mission to “breath fresh life into rock n’ roll”. The concise conclusion to their story is an avant-garde medley of Serge Gainsbourg influenced story-telling and Baroque musical arrangements. With gothic themes and cinematic sounds ‘Three Mothers Part Two’ invites the listener into…

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Westworld re-release review

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Westworld was recently re-introduced to the wider masses in a new format, packaged together nicely over a much grander scale this time around. I’ll forgive you if you thought I was referring to the recent TV series Westworld, but it couldn’t possibly be any further from the truth. Westworld is a post-punk belter of an album from Theatre Of Hate. The album, which was produced by Mick Jones of The Clash fame, entered the UK charts at a respectable No.17 when it was originally released back in 1982, with the lead single ‘Do You Believe In The West World’ becoming…

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