Meursault announce London headline show with string section
Meursault have announced a show at Islington Assembly Hall on the 6th November with (rather excitingly) string section The Pumpkin Seeds following their sold out Edinburgh album launch. The show will be showcasing their third album, Something for the Weakened and will also be playing a selection from their older albums too. Their new album is streaming here.
Support will be coming from Rob St. John and Withered Hand.
Tickets are £10 with doors at 19:00 with the first act on at 19:30.
Well, it's Friday so I thought, why not put together a wee playlist ahead of the weekend? But what of the theme? Well, I figured that there is a LOT of focus on bands coming out of the musical hotbeds that are Brooklyn, Baltimore, Portland and Sweden at the moment but we seem to be neglecting some of our very own homegrown... Given this I thought I would go all patriotic on you and have a look at what Scotland has to offer at the moment. Now, given that I'm an ex-pat l... (continued) [read more]
Our beautiful friends over at Amsterdam Event Guide caught up with Scott & Grant Hutchinson of Frightened Rabbit to talk about their top tips and favourite bands to watch out for. The header image was created by the awesome Michael Parkin. Grant: âhere are a few of my current favourite things.â The Antlers â Hospice This album is definitely the album Iâve listened to more than any in the past year. The emotion in the songs is so raw and the imagery is so blu... (continued) [read more]
Welcome back to another edition of The 405 Gig Guide. Below you'll find a few gig recommendations for the week ahead. Hopefully we'll see you at one or two of them. Tuesday 26th October Nisennenmondai @ The Nest Link: Myspace Tickets: Click here to buy Argument: Listem to their music. Go on. Listen! Wednesday 27th October Yuck @ The Lexington Link: Myspace Tickets: Click here to buy Argument: One of the best bands to emerge from 2010. Thursday 28th... (continued) [read more]
This week was pretty good, right? We all got treated to fifteen different remixes of 'Video Games' by Lana Del Rey, the Stone Roses were probably on the front of about ten music magazines (again) and Noel Gallagher sold more albums than anyone else. Oh...wait. Something isn't right about that opening paragraph. It must be the Halloween build up. [read more]