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  • News | Eat Your Own Ears
    of our favourite EPs from last year Siren Shacklewell Arms Thursday Check out the uber cool video for Buckets of Blood above Love this song Here We Go Magic Saturday Sebright Arms The new Here We Go Magic record is a product of their studio work with the amazing Nigel Godrich It s completely amazing but we can t get an older song of theirs out of our minds Fangela Take a fresh listen above In support we have the always brilliant Porcelain Raft Here s one from his most recent record White Rabbits While We Go Dancing Oldie but a goodie from White Rabbits to round off the week They play for us next Tuesday Liars No 1 Against The Rush Liars new record WIXIW is superb and they just released a video for that record s debut single No 1 Against The Rush Check it out above Stream Mystery Jets Radlands The reviews are in for Radlands and the impression is a resounding success We ve been listening to the record non stop since we got hold of it and now you can do over at the NME Mystery Jets return to play for us on the 18th

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  • News | Eat Your Own Ears
    of their brilliant debut album Over the past couple of years we ve seen the band go from strength to strength bolstered by an always amazing live show Headlining the Scala marks their biggest show to date TUE 24TH APRIL KISHI BASHI WED 25TH APRIL OF MONTREAL Kishi Bashi is a violinist who collaborated on Of Montreal s recent record He s over to play with the band at Koko on Wednesday but plays a free show at the Shacklewell Arms on Tuesday Wednesday s Of Montreal show marks a return to Koko to reprise what was one of our favourite shows of recent years last time they were in London You never quite know what to expect with Kevin Barnes and co but recent shows have been getting rave reviews and we can expect to see some highlights from the excellent Paralytic Stalks WED 25TH APRIL CHAIRLIFT Outfit Chairlift s Something is already one of our favourite records of 2012 and we expect it to stick around too lined with some of the best pop songs of the past few years The live show is intense fun and big In support are the excellent Outfit who will be playing tracks from their excellent debut EP out in May Tickets running low THU 26TH APRIL SANTIGOLD SOLD OUT A sold out return for one of our favourite bonafide pop stars The new record picks up where Santigold left off a couple of years ago and we can t wait to hear it live This show is sold out but if you re lucky enough to have scored tickets tweet us your pictures and videos eatyourownears FRI 27TH APRIL TRIBES The brilliant Tribes close off a huge week for us playing their biggest show to date at O2 Shepherd s Bush

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  • News | Eat Your Own Ears
    for any super fans out there and we are very excited indeed Stream Clock Opera Debut A band we ve loved for a long time take a listen to Clock Opera totally delivering on their debut record below They play for us in one week s time Mouse on Mars Guestlist Pitchfork s guest list features are always fun to read and often reveal something about artists we didn t quite know before This read for Mouse on Mars is the same grilling them on favourite movies strange displays of affection from fans and lots about records of course Sets us up nicely for their big show on Friday Mouse on Mars Guestlist Grimes in the NME Brilliant article on Grimes in the NME a short while ago The interview is now up for digital download on the NME website Watch Clock Opera Album Sampler Clock Opera have been very visually active over the past months a slew of great videos and teasers for the album and it culminates in this album sampler This has raised the excitement bar a little higher and features some great live footage at the start too Check it out and then come and see

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  • News | Eat Your Own Ears
    filmed Mouse on Mars live Whets the appetite for their show at Village Underground Elliphant TeKKno Scene Elliphant is the latest act to emerge from the management stable responsible for the amazing Niki and the Dove This time we re dealing with some seriously fun club pop music Take a listen to her new jam TeKKno Scene below and see her support Niki and the Dove for us soon Chairlift

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  • News | Eat Your Own Ears
    few years When Saints Go Machine released one of our favourite records of 2011 and return to play the hits and hopefully some new material too Unmissable for any synth pop aficionados out there Shearwater Tuesday Scala From the makers of one of 2011 s favourites to Shearwater who are responsible for one of our favourite records of this year so far Animal Joy is the sort of album you can sink your teeth in to and find a different piece of meat each time a Fabergé egg of a record that reveals itself more with each listen We re pretty excited about catching the definitive version at the Scala Dark Dark Dark Wednesday Bush Hall Dark Dark Dark are a pretty unique proposition they mix Eastern European influence with folk and Americana A lot of fixed geographical idioms that somehow dance with each other in pleasing ways on record It s intimate and Bush Hall marks a perfect setting for this sold out show Revere Wednesday Cargo Revere are another group with a unique blend of influences from performing with Toumani Diabate to their own epic anthemic music As anybody who follows the blog will know we re big fans of Revere They recently took over the Field Day blog and curated a YouTube playlist too revealing a love for Morricone Mike Patton Sigur Ros Nick Cave and much much more Expect to hear shades of all of that and more EXCLUSIVE REVERE These Halcyon Days Another exclusive from REVERE and an barnstorming performance video of the band playing These Halcyon Days For our money one of the best live bands in the UK right now they play for us on April 4th and the excitement is mounting for us New vid Niki and the Dove Tomorrow As promised

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  • News | Eat Your Own Ears
    of the best things he s done for ages and we will definitely picking up the limited Record Store Day 7 Session Martin Creed The brilliant Martin Creed takes us through his anthem for living Thinking Not Thinking in this Guardian session The performance is well worth sticking around for He puts similar thought mechanisms into making songs as his does to his artwork and that makes him a truly

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    favourite track from the Kindness record above House is a heater full of humid textures and big harmonies The campaign for Summer Jam 2012 starts here New vid The Horrors Changing The Rain An amazing new video from The Horrors who collaborate with Pete Fowler for a take on Changing The Rain As a bit of bonus material you should head over the The Quietus and read their amazing feature with both Fowler and The Horrors Zulu Winter unveil debut album details In case you ve managed to miss them till now Zulu Winter are one of our favorite new London acts consistently churning out brilliantly soaring emotive anthems spiked with their own unique brand of icy elegant funk The band have recently unveiled details of their much anticipated debut album Language released May 14 on Play It Again Sam Recordings which is sure to flay it s mark in the guitar scapes of 2012 and which we are very much looking forward to hearing up close and personal when they play for us May 17 at the Boston Arms Language tracklisting Key To My Heart We Should Be Swimming Bitter Moon Small Pieces Silver Tongue You Deserve Better Let

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  • The Dø
    by Bush Hall in quick succession we are pleased to welcome back The Dø to The Garage this April They ve already had a Number 1 album in France with stunning debut A Mouthful and now France s best kept secret The Dø are set to conquer the UK Self produced with multi instrumentalist Dan Levy taking turns on sax piano harpsichord and trumpet to name but a few this is a brave LP stubbornly like no other We re looking for the diversity and richness of sound surprises in the details orchestral colours says Dan It certainly comes from our culture of classical music our love of contemporary music and of musicians like Charlie Mingus The types of music that follow no map Technically accomplished and full of rich orchestration and electronic flourishes Both Ways Open Jaws somehow still manages to keep a lightness of touch and an instant pop appeal no doubt thanks to Olivia s bewitching vocals and song writing skills Olivia says I m constantly after the ideal song I believe in a song s healing powers As long as the song exists in itself with just one instrument and vocals then we can start arranging it in a million ways The basic recipe will remain immutable She veers from the primal invoking the spectres of Fever Ray and Bjork with the percussion led Slippery Slope replete with tribal chanting and lead single Too Insistent with its tirelessly catchy propulsive melody to the childlike her sweet vocals offsetting the unsettling imagery on opener Dust It Off and the nursery rhyme rhythm of Bohemian Dances a little reminiscent of Joanna Newsom and CocoRosie Expect to be hearing a lot more of the pair as the year goes on Plus support from We Were Evergreen Tickets available from www seetickets com 0870 264 3333 www ticketweb co uk 0844 477 1000 Follow on us Twitter here Join us on Facebook here Visit our Tumblr here The Dø WE WERE EVERGREEN The Garage Wednesday 11 April 2012 Sold Out 20 22 Highbury Corner London N5 1RD 13 50 THEDOMUSIC COM WEWEREEVERGREEN COM After selling out Hoxton B K followed by Bush Hall in quick succession we are pleased to welcome back The Dø to The Garage this April They ve already had a Number 1 album in France with stunning debut A Mouthful and now France s best kept secret The Dø are set to conquer the UK Self produced with multi instrumentalist Dan Levy taking turns on sax piano harpsichord and trumpet to name but a few this is a brave LP stubbornly like no other We re looking for the diversity and richness of sound surprises in the details orchestral colours says Dan It certainly comes from our culture of classical music our love of contemporary music and of musicians like Charlie Mingus The types of music that follow no map Technically accomplished and full of rich orchestration and electronic flourishes Both Ways Open Jaws somehow still manages to keep a lightness of touch and an instant pop appeal no doubt thanks to Olivia s bewitching vocals and song writing skills Olivia says I m constantly after the ideal song I believe in a song s healing powers As long as the song exists in itself with just one instrument and vocals then we can start arranging it in a million ways The basic recipe will remain immutable She veers from the primal invoking the spectres of Fever Ray and Bjork with the percussion led Slippery Slope replete with tribal chanting and lead single Too Insistent with its tirelessly catchy propulsive melody to the childlike her sweet vocals offsetting the unsettling imagery on opener Dust It Off and the nursery rhyme rhythm of Bohemian Dances a little reminiscent of Joanna Newsom and CocoRosie Expect to be hearing a lot more of the pair as the year goes on Plus support from We Were Evergreen Tickets available from www seetickets com 0870 264 3333 www ticketweb co uk 0844 477 1000 Follow on us Twitter here Join us on Facebook here Visit our Tumblr here The Dø WE WERE EVERGREEN The Garage Wednesday 11 April 2012 Sold Out 20 22 Highbury Corner London N5 1RD 13 50 THEDOMUSIC COM WEWEREEVERGREEN COM After selling out Hoxton B K followed by Bush Hall in quick succession we are pleased to welcome back The Dø to The Garage this April They ve already had a Number 1 album in France with stunning debut A Mouthful and now France s best kept secret The Dø are set to conquer the UK Self produced with multi instrumentalist Dan Levy taking turns on sax piano harpsichord and trumpet to name but a few this is a brave LP stubbornly like no other We re looking for the diversity and richness of sound surprises in the details orchestral colours says Dan It certainly comes from our culture of classical music our love of contemporary music and of musicians like Charlie Mingus The types of music that follow no map Technically accomplished and full of rich orchestration and electronic flourishes Both Ways Open Jaws somehow still manages to keep a lightness of touch and an instant pop appeal no doubt thanks to Olivia s bewitching vocals and song writing skills Olivia says I m constantly after the ideal song I believe in a song s healing powers As long as the song exists in itself with just one instrument and vocals then we can start arranging it in a million ways The basic recipe will remain immutable She veers from the primal invoking the spectres of Fever Ray and Bjork with the percussion led Slippery Slope replete with tribal chanting and lead single Too Insistent with its tirelessly catchy propulsive melody to the childlike her sweet vocals offsetting the unsettling imagery on opener Dust It Off and the nursery rhyme rhythm of Bohemian Dances a little reminiscent of Joanna Newsom and CocoRosie Expect to be hearing

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