Blog Posts (Page 103 of 108)
Sometimes you just need something to clear your head – a state of neither neither if you will. This mix was created to be used in our car when traveling to gigs and to the studio for the sole purpose of clearing our heads of all the jingles/sayings/other peoples music/soundbytes/shite that creeps in, the viruses that nag and chip away like a small child asking “are we nearly there yet?”.
Posted on 1st August 2007 in News
It’s been a while since we released some new mixes so we’ve taken two edits for our recent live shows, we hope you enjoy them.
Posted on 26th July 2007 in Gigs
Looks like a great line up:
Bjork, Modest Mouse, Beastie Boys, Mogwai, Rilo Kiley, Regina Spektor, LCD Soundsystem, The New Pornographers, The Go! Team, Echo & the Bunnymen, M.I.A., Nouvelle Vague, Primal Scream, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Antony and the Johnsons, Hot Chip, The Polyphonic Spree, Patrick Wolf, Super Furry Animals, Idlewild, Tilly and the Wall, Dirty Pretty Things, Teenage Fanclub, Cansei de Ser Sexy, The Divine Comedy, Vashti Bunyan, Big Star, Sons and Daughters, The Only Ones, The Black Dog, Alex Smoke, Aereogramme, Jarvis, My Latest Novel, The Twilight Sad, James Yorkston and The Athletes, King Creosote, Bat for Lashes, The Trash Can Sinatras, 1990s, Optimo
Connect Music Festival is Scotland’s new three-day boutique event taking place on 31 August, 1 & 2 September 2007. The festival is held in the stunning grounds of Inveraray Castle, situated on the banks of the beautiful Loch Fyne in Argyll.
Connect will be an intimate festival that offers not only the best in music, but also a wealth of unique, remarkable, alternative and truly entertaining experiences.
Posted on 13th July 2007 in Gigs
Another great festival, we’ll be playing with Derrick May, Jim Masters and Vince Watson on the Vapour Stage.
It was never going to be easy!!! After the floods in Sheffield 3 weeks earlier we knew better than to set off on Friday, we figured we’d give it 24hrs before making a call, there would be less chaos for sure or that’s what we hoped.
It only took us 4hrs to get to Glade from Sheffield on Saturday afternoon but you could see why the day before had been mental. The water levels were dangerously close on several parts of the M40 and M4. Still, a quick stop off for some pies and we’d be safe (wouldn’t we?). After pulling into the car park and getting our passes sorted it absolutely binned it down with rain from 45 minutes solid, welcome to Glade! Earlier in the day we’d been all cover Sheffield looking for welly’s and scored no luck so this was going to be messy, very messy.