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The Rakes / New London Show

 
By on Tuesday, 4th September 2007 at 11:21 am
 

The Rakes - press shotThose tall guys The Rakes have announced a one off hometown show in London in early November.

The fourpiece look set to finish their European tour in the capital on Friday 9th November at the SEOne club near London Bridge.

Tickets go on sale tomorrow (thats Wednesday 5th September) at 9am from the usual sources, or here now. Tickets are £17.50 each.

The event runs from 9pm – 3am across 4 rooms at the club,

So far confirmed to join the Rakes at the event are The Metros, We Start Fires and The Ghost Frequency. The DJ Room will be hosted by Adventures in the Beetroot Field DJ’s Crispin Dior and Casper C and will also feature Terry Hall (The Specials), and the Filthy Dukes.

 

The Coral / October UK Tour

 
By on Tuesday, 24th July 2007 at 9:41 pm
 

The Coral - Press ShotLiverpudlians The Coral are back on the road again in October, doing a 12 day jaunt around some of the UK’s most well known haunts.

They’ll call at:

Monday 8th October – Nottingham Rock City
Tuesday 9th October – Bristol Carling Academy
Thursday 11th October – London Roundhouse
Friday 12th October – Manchester Carling Academy
Saturday 13th October – Leeds University
Sunday 14th October – Birmingham Carling Academy
Tuesday 16th October – Oxford Zodiac
Wednesday 17th October – Southampton Guildhall
Thursday 18th October – Sheffield Octagon
Saturday 20th October – Glasgow ABC1

Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday morning.

 

Live Review: The Thrills @ Scala

 
By on Friday, 20th July 2007 at 2:37 am
 

The Thrills live @ ScalaSo, last night I was lucky enough to catch The Thrills and Palladium at Scala in London. I’ve already written a quick bit on Palladium for Londonist (who gave me the free tickets), but now for The Thrills, a highlight of the month for me.

I caught The Thrills for the first time last month at the Millennium Dome, and loved their short set, and now I’ve finally got to see a full set I must say they’re a brilliant live band… full of energy, pizzaz and Conor sure knows how to work a crowd.

Working their way through all of the favourites and a lot of their new album, the guys from Ireland via America bought a tiny bit of summer to a rain swept London. Introducing new song “Restaurant” Connor jokes “This is the bit the whole band hates – I’m on rhythm guitar, holding it all together, and, well, my rhythm is non-existant”. Still, the track passes without a hitch. Undoubtedly the highlights of the evening are the ol’ classics “Big Sur”, “Santa Cruz”, “One Horse” and “Corey Haim”, however “Long Forgotten Song” definitely has the chance to join the favourites, sounding brilliant both on record and live.

After the jump find some pictures and the setlist. If anyone wants any of the pictures bigger just shout or leave a comment.
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Full T on the Fringe lineup announced

 
By on Tuesday, 17th July 2007 at 3:53 pm
 

T on the FringeThe complete line up for this summer’s T on The Fringe has now been announced, which seems to be a totally top notch collection of bands… be sure to catch The Shins and Interpol along with Kate Nash, who are my personal highlights in this stellar collection of bands…

Meadowbank Stadium:
Tuesday 21st August Foo Fighters, Nine Inch Nails, Silversun Pickups
Friday 24th August Kaiser Chiefs, The View
Sunday 26th August Razorlight, Editors

Corn Exchange:
Friday 10th August James
Saturday 11th August Silverchair
Thursday 16th August Kanye West
Monday 20th August Guillemots
Wednesday 22nd August Interpol
Thursday 23rd August The Shins
Friday 24th August Happy Mondays

Liquid Room:
Monday 6th August Isobel Campbell & Mark Lanegan
Thursday 9th August The Magic Numbers
Sunday 12th August Calvin Harris
Monday 13th August Duke Special
Tuesday 14th August Seasick Steve
Friday 17th August Stephen Fretwell
Saturday 18th August Best Of T Break
Sunday 19th August Jamie T
Tuesday 21st August Willy Mason
Thursday 23rd August Kate Nash
Saturday 25th August Turbonegro
Sunday 26th August The Sounds
Monday 27th August Dinosaur Jr
Tuesday 28th August Eagles Of Death Metal

Cabaret Voltaire:
Saturday 4th August Tom Baxter
Sunday 5th August The Law
Thursday 9th August Candie Payne
Friday 10th August Emma Pollock
Monday 13th August Pete & The Pirates
Wednesday 15th August Amy MacDonald
Thursday 16th August Kharma 45
Friday 17th August Paul Steel
Saturday 18th August Union Of Knives
Sunday 19th August Crash My Model Car
Monday 20th August Figure 5
Thursday 23rd August Hot Club De Paris
Friday 24th August Soma night
Tuesday 28th August Jack Penate

I believe all tickets are now on sale (and some sold out) through the usual sources…

Photo taken from Gary Thomson’s flickr stream

 

The Verve / November / Tour

 
By on Tuesday, 26th June 2007 at 4:57 pm
 

Richard Ashcroft - The VerveThe Verve have announced that they’ll be reforming for a new tour and album in November this year. The band split acromoniously in 1999 when Richard Ashcroft and Nick McCabe fell out.

If only I was in the country I’d be there. A bit gutted that I’m not, as they’ll be awesome shows (if they’re still all on talking terms by then). It’ll be interesting to see what their new album is like, and if they can come out with anything anywhere near as good as Urban Hymns. They’ll play:

Friday 2nd, Saturday 3rd November – Glasgow Academy
Monday 5th, Tuesday 6th November – Blackpool Empress Ballroom
Thursday 8th, Friday 9th November – London Roundhouse

Tickets are on sale NEXT Friday, July 6th at 9am.

 

Ticket alert: Biffy Clyro

 
By on Wednesday, 13th June 2007 at 1:42 pm
 

Biffy ClyroEveryone’s favourite rockers Biffy Clyro are off on their biggest tour to date in November, stopping just about everywhere it seems. Tickets are on sale at 9am on Friday morning. They’re playing:

Tuesday 6 November Dundee Fat Sams Live
Wednesday 7 November Glasgow Barrowland
Thursday 8 November Glasgow Barrowland
Friday 9 November Edinburgh Corn Exchange
Sunday 11 November Newcastle Academy
Monday 12 November Manchester Academy
Tuesday 13 November Birmingham Academy
Wednesday 14 November Nottingham Rock City
Thursday 15 November Sheffield Octagon
Saturday 17 November Cardiff University
Sunday 18 November Bristol Academy
Tuesday 20 November Southampton Guildhall
Wednesday 21 November London Brixton Academy
Thursday 22 November Norwich UEA

 
 
 

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