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Video of the Moment #747: Strange Boys

 
By on Tuesday, 27th March 2012 at 6:00 pm
 

Strange Boys start a UK tour on Thursday; all the details are below. Ahead of the tour, take a look at their video for ‘Doueh’, from their current album ‘Live Music’. Featuring singer Ryan Sambol, he describes it as follows: “The Doueh video tells the tale of how I got turned on to the music of Group Doueh recreated using the backdrop of America’s San Francisco.” Does it turn you on? You won’t know unless you watch the video below.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NfMO5qQbBnw[/youtube]

Thursday 29th March – Manchester Deaf Institute
Friday 30th March – Glasgow Captain’s Rest
Saturday 31st March – Newcastle Cluny
Sunday 1st April – Leeds Brudenell Social Club
Monday 2nd April – London Garage

 

Strange Boys / April 2010 UK Tour

 
By on Thursday, 25th February 2010 at 10:00 am
 

Championed last summer by Steve Lamacq, Austin rockers the Strange Boys will be touring the UK in April.

You can buy tickets for this tour from Gigs and Tours.

Thursday 15th April 2010 – Leeds, Nation of Shopkeepers
Friday 16th April 2010 – Glasgow, Nice ‘n’ Sleazys
Saturday 17th April 2010 – Manchester, Deaf Institute
Sunday 18th April 2010 – Birmingham, Academy 3
Wednesday 21st April 2010 – London, ICA
Thursday 22nd April 2010 – Brighton, Freebutt
Friday 23rd April 2010 – Bristol, Louisiana
Saturday 24th April 2010 – Southampton, Lennon’s

 

Steve Lamacq’s In New Music We Trust Programme to End

 
By on Tuesday, 11th August 2009 at 6:52 pm
 

The end of an era. Steve Lamacq‘s “In New Music We Trust” Radio1 programme will be broadcasting its last-ever show at its usual Monday night 21.00-22.00 later this month. You have two chances left to hear the programme – on 17 August, there will be a session by Sheffield band Crookes (presumably named after the suburb), and on 24 August, Lammo will be hosting the Strange Boys from Austin, Texas.

Being on what I consider the wrong side of the pond, in a town where radio stations on the whole are terrible, I get most of my new music news and heads-ups on new bands from British radio. And specifically, I owe Lammo a lot – he turned me on to a lot of new bands that I never would have heard or learned about otherwise. Skint and Demoralised, borne of Wakefield pubs and new Northern soul, would have never hit my ears if Steve had not chosen their “The Thrill of Thirty Seconds” as one of his “Top 60 of 2008”. There’s a reason he’s often called “the indie rock oracle”. (Bloc Party took a chance and gave him a demo in the toilet during a Franz Ferdinand gig at the ICA. Smart move.) Not to mention he’s an all-around nice chap. He never hesitates to provide a nod on air to his global legion of fans, from Leicester to London, Stockholm to Seattle, from Warsaw to my own Washington D.C. Lammo, your Monday night programme will be missed.

But all is not lost. The Colchester United stalwart who still wears Doc Martens to this day will still be spinning records on his 6music programme Mondays through Fridays at 16.00 to 19.00 and on Radio2 on Wednesday nights at 23.00 to 0.00.

 
 
 

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