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Artrocker UK Tour Featuring the Chapman Family and O.Children / March 2011

By on Wednesday, 2nd March 2011 at 9:00 am

Artrocker Magazine is presenting a special tour this month featuring co-headliners the Chapman Family (pictured above) O.Children. Support will come from the Tunics (dates 8 to 15 March) and John and Jehn (dates 17 to 23 March).

Tuesday 8th March 2011 – Lemon Tree Aberdeen (14+)
Wednesday 9th March 2011 – Sneaky Pete’s Edinburgh (14+)
Thursday 10th March 2011 – Georgian Theatre Stockton (14+)
Friday 11th March 2011 – Fruit Hull (14+)
Saturday 12th March 2011 – Lock 42 Leicester (16+)
Monday 14th March 2011 – Fibbers York (14+)
Tuesday 15th March 2011 – Ruby Lounge Manchester (18+)
Thursday 17th March 2011 – Esquires Bedford (16+)
Friday 18th March 2011 – HMV Institute Birmingham (18+)
Sunday 20th March 2011 – Lancaster Library Lancaster (all ages)
Monday 21st March 2011 – Buffalo Bar Cardiff (18+)
Tuesday 22nd March 2011 – Coalition Brighton (14+; under 16’s to be accompanied by an adult)
Wednesday 23rd March 2011 – XOYO London (18+)


This Week’s Gonzo – Klaxons have a visit with Alexa

By on Friday, 29th October 2010 at 12:00 pm

On tonight’s episode of MTV Gonzo, Klaxons spend some quality time with host Alexa Chung and reveal to us some little-known facts. Take this quote from Jamie Reynolds (who also guested as a panelist for Lammo’s Roundtable yesterday evening): “We asked Charlotte Church if she’d sing with us, she said she didn’t know who we were and she had a boyfriend.” Ooh, snap!

O Children from Liverpool make an appearance, as does Andy Serkis…you know him better as Gollum in the Lord of the Rings films and even more recently as Ian Dury in ‘Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll’. For a bit of a blast from the past, the recently reformed Suede provide you the viewers their ‘Greatest Hits for a Blagger’s Guide’, while London parody band the Midnight Beast boys point their fickle finger at ‘Pop Divas’. There’s even a performance by hotly-tipped Darwin Deez, playing his brilliant single ‘Constellations’. You won’t want to miss this episode of Gonzo.

Watch this week’s MTV Gonzo tonight at 7 pm on MTV Rocks, with a repeat at 9 pm on MTV.


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