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Watch The Murder Capital’s Live Session for Green & Blue

8 August 2019

Their album When I Have Fears is available August 16th In the run up to the release of their highly anticipated album, The Murder Capital have released a brilliant live [READ MORE]

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The Big Moon return with their first new music in two years

7 August 2019

The London outfit have released new single ‘It’s Easy Then’ ahead of their huge support slot on Pixies UK tour

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Declan Welsh and The Decadent West Announce Massive UK Tour

6 August 2019

The tour will follow the release of their debut album ‘Cheaply Bought, Expensively Sold’ (out October 18th) Kicking off on Brexit/Halloween, the band are looking to bring some joy to [READ MORE]

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Mystery Jets Release New Single, Announce Album and Tour

6 August 2019

Their 6th album ‘A Billion Heartbeats’ is set for release on September 27th. The brilliant Mystery Jets  have released new single ‘Screwdriver’, the first taste from their upcoming album A [READ MORE]

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Support announced for Two Door Cinema Club’s arena tour

2 August 2019

Following the release of False Alarm the band are heading out on tour this October.   Two Door Cinema Club will be joined by the brilliant Sports Team, Tom Grennan, [READ MORE]

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Emma McGrath announces MK Pride 2019

1 August 2019

Emma McGrath will play MK Pride 2019.

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Flume announces UK and European tour alongside new EP

1 August 2019

Flume unveils Quits EP alongside UK & Europe tour

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War Child Announce Industry and Live Music Events

1 August 2019

DIY have collaborated with the group for Sundara Karma and Stefflon Don headlined shows and a day of interviews and panels. As part of Safe & Sound, music blog DIY [READ MORE]

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Trangressive Records announce late-night set for Reading & Leeds festival

1 August 2019

Exclusive sets have been announced at this year’s Reading & Leeds festival, the sets include the likes of Let’s Eat Grandma, Mystery Jets, Steel Bangles and BBC Radio 1’s Jack [READ MORE]

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