Reading and Leeds poster

Reading and Leeds Festival announce complete line-up – adding The Horrors, AlunaGeorge, Blood Red Shoes and more to the bill

Reading and Leeds Festival organisers have today added 52 new acts to the line-up for this years event. Joining the likes of Arctic Monkeys and Queens Of The Stone Age on the line-up are The Horrors, AlunaGeorge, Blood Red Shoes, Pulled Apart By Horses and nu-metal veterans Papa Roach. Here’s the completed line-up poster: Looks […]

January new music playlist

Listen: January 2014 playlist – all the best new music from January in one handy playlist

Although January tends to be a bit of a depressing month – Christmas is gone, no-one has any money, the weather is dreary etc. etc… – it does have one thing going for it: new music.

January is typically the month where everyone starts the ‘big in 2014’ scramble – so there’s always a lot of cool new music floating around to get into on those dark nights.

I’ve put together the below playlist featuring the best of what’s come out in January, which includes new stuff from BANKS (who is definitely going to be big in 2014), Bombay Bicycle Club (already pretty big I think!), Yuck, Metronomy, James Blake, Blood Red Shoes, Elephant, Blood Cultures and loads more. There’s also a couple of tasty remixes in there as well. Read more about Listen: January 2014 playlist – all the best new music from January in one handy playlist

Blood Red Shoes new album plans announced…

Brighton pop-rock duo Blood Red Shoes have announced their return today – releasing details of their third album In Time To Voices. The follow-up to their brilliant 2010 album Fire Like This will be released in March 26 and will be preceded by lead single ‘Cold’ (above), which does the job of showing they haven’t lost […]

This week’s single releases – 16/08/2010

Klaxons- Echoes After instigating the ‘nu-rave’ movement and inspiring a host of new bands with their first album Myths Of The Near Future, Klaxons are back and eager to regain their crown as the world’s premier electro-pop psychedelics. This didn’t get off to the best of starts earlier this year when their label rejected their […]