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BOTW Interview: Guards

With their debut album, In Guards We Trust, leaving us shouting along gloriously to the heavens, we just had to have a chinwag with Manhattan threesome, Guards. Here, the trio tell us about their Coachella 2013 experience, dream festival line-ups, and their plans to tour the world.




News: Filmic Festival celebrates the music of film

Back for a second year, and with an even more exciting line-up, Bristol based Filmic Festival is a celebration of the diverse ways in which music and film work together: a collaboration between indepndent cinema Watershed and church turned concert hall St. George’s. A three month event featuring live …



BOTW Interview: Sonnymoon

After doing this Q & A with Sonnymoon, we love Sonnymoon even more. They talk about being Modern Day Musicians, being a girl-boy duo, America’s supposed war on drugs, and what new music they’re into – amongst other subjects. Have a read. They say cool things.

Do you think being



London In Stereo Presents… Gigs Of The Week #15

London In Stereo has some top notch listings this week – from a selection of free gigs courtesy of Hackney House, to some old-school mid-noughties alt (Head Automatica, PiL and Refused) at The Forum. Look out for some of the up and coming bands playing this week, as well –



BOTW Interview: Post War Years

Planet Notion caught up with our Band Of The Week about their new EP, their sci-fi influences, and (of course) the Olympics.

I’ve just watched the video for ‘Glass House’ for the first time and I am in a slightly scared state of awe. Was that the intended side effect?



Interview: Blackbird Blackbird

Writer and Blackbird Blackbird fanatic April Whitlow hangs out with the man behind the music, chatting about all sorts from the meaning behind the obscure name of his forthcoming Boracay Planet EP and food as an inspiration for music.

How do you go about touring Europe when you are a …



Club Beat #22 Lucinda Childs Dance Company – DANCE At The Barbican

Innovative and inspirational, it is a wonder that DANCE was lost to the archives for so many years. Unrelenting, as soon as the performance exploded onto the stage, it was a synergy of movement, sight and sound created by Lucinda Childs, Sol LeWitt and Philip Glass.

This work, split into …



Club Beat #21: Preview – DANCE

DANCE, the seminal collaboration between choreographer Lucinda Childs, composer Philip Glass, and visual artist Sol LeWitt, comes to the Barbican.

Originally created in 1979 and rarely seen, this exceptional performance has been termed ‘a visionary work… a shimmering edifice of sound, image and action’ (The Guardian). And it …



Interview with BOTW: Drugg

In anticipation of the debut EP ‘Shackled’ (released on Less Music) from noise-electronica duo Drugg, Seb Law caught up with Tom Hanley from the group to talk FlyLo, bedroom producing, and improvised sets. Here’s how it panned out…

PN: How did you two come together for the Drugg project?

Tom …