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BOTW Interview: Oliver Wilde

With his debut full-length, A Brief Introduction to Unnatural Lightyears, quietly shuffling its way to being one of this summer’s most promising indie – in the truest sense of the word – records, Bristol-based ‘dad rocker’ Oliver Wilde appears to be on to a really great thing. Here, he

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BOTW Interview: Feathers

Ahead of Feathers‘ long-awaited debut full-length, the equally forward-looking and backwards-glancing ‘If All Now Here‘, finally seeing release later this month, Alex Cull caught up with the quartet’s leading lady, Anastasia Dimou, over a crackly phone line. Read on for an insight into the group’s sci-fi, dystopian

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In Pictures: The Bands of ATP

We sent our fantastic photographer, Laura Lewis, down to Jeff Mangum’s ATP this weekend with two briefs: capture the bands and capture the spirit. And capture them she did: here’s the bands of ATP at play.

Photography: Laura Lewis, www.lauralewisphotography.co.uk

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In Pictures: The People of ATP

We sent our fantastic photographer, Laura Lewis, down to Jeff Mangum’s ATP this weekend with two briefs: capture the bands and capture the spirit. And capture them she did: here’s the boys and girls of ATP at play.

Photography: Laura Lewis, www.lauralewisphotography.co.uk

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BOTW Interview: Sam from S.C.U.M.

It was one of London’s rare sunny, summer days when we met with Samuel Kilcoyne, the Moog player from BOTW S.C.U.M. His soft, spoken speach was peppered with enthusiasm and a bloody marry as we chatted away about recording in the countryside, live shows, and the band’s unique SIGNALS project,

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Field Day in Review

After each year’s Field Day, it feels entirely justified to wonder whether this festival is all about the music, or instead more about providing a chance for the cool kids of East London to spend a lot longer than usual  planning their outfits, before paying money to preen about in …

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Introducing Band of the Week: Washed Out

When most kids take some time off to save money and move back in the parents it’s a year (or four) spent working at the local shop you used loiter outside of when you were kid and a lot of time on a sofa. But when Ernest Greene moved home …

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Preview: ATP Curated by Animal Collective

ATP has a long tradition of promoting festivals curated by talented artists, from Belle and Sebastian’s Bowlie Weekend to events led by Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, Sonic Youth and Portishead. This 14th and 15th May, the celebrated Animal Collective has stepped up to curate and headline All Tomorrow’s …

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ATP Hosts ‘Made in Japan’ to Raise Money for Japanese Disaster Victims

Unless you’re horribly oblivious, you know that last month, Japan was hit by a devastating earthquake and tsunami.  On top of that, there’s been a constant struggle to prevent nuclear meltdown at multiple power plants, most notably in Fukushima.  Relief efforts have been plagued by dwindling resources and a complete …

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Animal Collective announce European dates around ATP show

Animal Collective fan’s alert your attention in this direction, as I bombard you with exciting news. Fresh from the announcement that the Baltimore band are curating and performing at the only ATP this May, running from the 13th to the 15th in Minehead, they have also announced a …

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