Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin named Cultural Ambassadors to Russia
Even though the Andrew WK ambassadorship didn't work out, indie fans can still rejoice: Missouri band Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin have been appointed Cultural Ambassadors to Russia. In their first ambassador role, the band will perform as headliner of the Old New Rock Festival, becoming the first American act do so. The festival is actually sponsored by the Boris Yeltsin Foundation, so this will be the first chance the name and the person will somehow come together.
After the success of last yearâs SOLD OUT event OX4 is back! Come join Truckers for a celebration of Oxfordâs most creative quarter. Happening on 9th October, the second ever OX4 will take place across 10 or so venues along Oxfordâs (in)famous Cowely Road. Just announced, new additions to the line up include fantastic local bands such as, The Winchell Riots, Dreaming Spires, Glitches, The Half Rabbits and Hreda, as well as sets from Crocodiles, Dog Is Dead, Chad, Valley, ... (continued) [read more]
If you've been to the 405 before you'll know that we're big fans of Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin and the rather excellent music they've produced so far. Hailing from Springfield Missouri, SSLYBY recently released a follow up to the 2006 classic Broom with the even more fantastic Pershing and it's with our pleasure to present to you a mini interview with the Phil the drummer! Firstly, congratulations on your latest release. How do you feel about the record? How do you f... (continued) [read more]
Regular readers of this site will know just how much I (Oliver) love DaytrotterÂ but if you're new to this site, or indeed Daytrotter, I'll explain to you why i have so much love for them. Basically it's a website that review a lot of music etc but they also own a recording studio. Armed with the studio they get loads of amazing bands to come in and record sessions for everyone to download for free. Cool right? Well inÂ honourÂ of them heres my Best Of DaytrotterÂ Mixtape th... (continued) [read more]