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    some on dubious grinds on an unsuspecting shape shifting suburbia Of Montreal recruit Kinekt and Google SketchUp technology for their upcoming tour Of Montreal who s live shows have been known to have taken the occasional gloriously unexpected twist including spontaneous nudity horseback riding and wearing outfits made of shaving cream have unveiled the latest feat for their upcoming tour with the incorporation of Microsofot s Kinekt and Google s SketchUp technologies As reported in Wired Each song Of Montreal will play on the tour which begins Wednesday in Jacksonville Florida will be augmented by a unique visual element made from 300 images created by Barnes his wife Nina Barnes and his brother David Barnes To get the images up on the stage s 13 screens Kevin Barnes turned to production designer Nick Gould who used the Xbox 360 s Kinect attachment to turn the movements on the stage whether from the band or dancers into data the computers operating the projected visuals can translate On April 25th we are thrilled for the bands headline show at Koko and the surprises it may bring and in the meantime check out an acoustic rendition of the bands latest single Dour Percentage performed recently for Rolling Stones here Field Day Radio Episode One Field Day Radio Episode 1 by Field Day Radio on Mixcloud Tom Baker one of the main founders of Field Day presents Field Day Radio broadcasting monthly in the lead up to the Field Day festival on Saturday 2nd June 2012 Field Day Radio will showcase the best music exclusive interviews mixes and live recordings from artists playing at the Field Day festival in Victoria Park London Now in it s sixth year Field Day has built up a reputation for bringing the most bold innovative and imaginative artists

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  • MOUSE ON MARS
    electronics As ever he was not being entirely serious Both Jan and Andi were on stage throughout this hour long voyage playing their own digitally crafted sounds and processing the orchestra at the same time For this event Mouse on Mars have created their own musical software which they also used for the production of Parastrophics Plus support from SUBJECT DJS subjectyourself Tickets available from www seetickets com 0870 264 3333 www ticketweb co uk 0844 477 1000 www hmv com Follow on us Twitter here Join us on Facebook here Visit our Tumblr here MOUSE ON MARS SUBJECT DJS Village Underground Friday 20 April 2012 54 Holywell Lane London EC2A 3PQ 15 50 ADVANCE WWW MOUSEONMARS COM WWW SUBJECTYOURSELF CO UK Mouse on Mars is one of the few electronic bands to stand the test of time Constantly reinventing themselves they have taken electronica to new heights with a unique blend of sound annihilation fragmented melodies and an impassioned hatred of conformity For nearly two deacades Andi Toma and Jan St Werner have sweated over burning consoles to create a new musical language only to twist it again into thousands of myriad distortions Mouse On Mars sound links them to the club music scene as do their many remixes and collaborations with members of the dance music world Yet their association with the formalized and utilitarian world of dance music is ironic as the band s raison d etre is to place electronic flies in any aural ointment they choose to muck through A series of 10 albums and numerous remixes has come off as primarily intent on dashing expectations from the ambient house ectoplasms of 1994 s Vulvaland and 1995 s slightly more structured Iaora Tahiti to the flighty and funny electronics spluttering horns and acoustic guitar samples of 2000 s more organic Niun Niggung to the forest of sonic porcupine quills that is Idiology Radical Connector 2004 further granulated the MoM aesthetic into nine vaguely pop oriented songs ever heavier on the beats and increasingly hinging the tunes on the vocals and drumming of longtime collaborator Dodo Nkishi Varcharz 2006 entirely recorded at Mouse on Mars St Martin Ton Studios in Duesseldorf has been their most live sounding and diverse studio album to date 2012 will see a new Mouse on Mars once again Their upcoming LP Parastrophics is a thriving vision of the other side of experimental music Discordance turns into pop as Alice in Wonderland bounces her booty to laser bass sounds the likes of which would make Walt Disney jealously ponder the question Why didn t I think of that Parastrophics is glamorous funky and deep No speakers exist that could display all the details of such manic production Andi Toma and Jan St Werner have been more than busy in the intervening years since the release of their last studio album as a duo Varcharz 2006 They collaborated with The Fall s Mark E Smith as s Von Südenfed and released Tromatic Reflexxions on Domino Both Toma and St Werner produce independently for their Sonig label St Werner has worked on solo records under several monikers written pieces for classical instrumentation and electronics did music for installations and acted as the artistic director of the Amsterdam Institute for Electronic Music steim Toma has produced Moondog Stereolab Junior Boys and The Fall amongst others One of their most recent projects Paeanumnion has been as unique as the rest of their career an orchestral piece which didn t play by any of the rules As St Werner said it was a way for us to carry on being an electronic band only without electronics As ever he was not being entirely serious Both Jan and Andi were on stage throughout this hour long voyage playing their own digitally crafted sounds and processing the orchestra at the same time For this event Mouse on Mars have created their own musical software which they also used for the production of Parastrophics We are very please to announce Mouse on Mars will be playing Village Underground this April Mouse on Mars is one of the few electronic bands to stand the test of time Constantly reinventing themselves they have taken electronica to new heights with a unique blend of sound annihilation fragmented melodies and an impassioned hatred of conformity For nearly two deacades Andi Toma and Jan St Werner have sweated over burning consoles to create a new musical language only to twist it again into thousands of myriad distortions Mouse On Mars sound links them to the club music scene as do their many remixes and collaborations with members of the dance music world Yet their association with the formalized and utilitarian world of dance music is ironic as the band s raison d etre is to place electronic flies in any aural ointmentthey choose to muck through A series of 10 albums and numerous remixes has come off as primarily intent on dashing expectations from the ambient house ectoplasms of 1994 s Vulvaland and 1995 s slightly more structured Iaora Tahiti to the flighty and funny electronics spluttering horns and acoustic guitar samples of 2000 s more organic Niun Niggung to the forest of sonic porcupine quills that is Idiology Radical Connector 2004 further granulated the MoM aesthetic into nine vaguely pop oriented songs ever heavier on the beats and increasingly hinging the tunes on the vocals and drumming of longtime collaborator Dodo Nkishi Varcharz 2006 entirely recorded at Mouse on Mars St Martin Ton Studios in Duesseldorf has been their most live sounding and diverse studio album to date 2012 will see a new Mouse on Mars once again Their upcoming LP Parastrophics is a thriving vision of the other side of experimental music Discordance turns into pop as Alice in Wonderland bounces her booty to laser bass sounds the likes of which would make Walt Disney jealously ponder the question Why didn t I think of that Parastrophics is glamorous funky and deep No speakers exist that could display all the details of such manic production Andi Toma and Jan St Werner have been more than busy in the intervening years since the release of their last studio album as a duo Varcharz 2006 They collaborated with The Fall s Mark E Smith as s Von Südenfed and released Tromatic Reflexxions on Domino Both Toma and St Werner produce independently for their Sonig label St Werner has worked on solo records under several monikers written pieces for classical instrumentation and electronics did music for installations and acted as the artistic director of the Amsterdam Institute for Electronic Music steim Toma has produced Moondog Stereolab Junior Boys and The Fall amongst others One of their most recent projects Paeanumnion has been as unique as the rest of their career an orchestral piece which didn t play by any of the rules As St Werner said it was a way for us to carry on being an electronic band only without electronics As ever he was not being entirely serious Both Jan and Andi were on stage throughout this hour long voyage playing their own digitally crafted sounds and processing the orchestra at the same time For this event Mouse on Mars have created their own musical software which they also used for the production of Parastrophics Plus support from SUBJECT DJS subjectyourself Tickets available from www seetickets com 0870 264 3333 www ticketweb co uk 0844 477 1000 www hmv com Follow on us Twitter here Join us on Facebook here Visit our Tumblr here MOUSE ON MARS SUBJECT DJS Village Underground Friday 20 April 2012 54 Holywell Lane London EC2A 3PQ 15 50 ADVANCE WWW MOUSEONMARS COM WWW SUBJECTYOURSELF CO UK Mouse on Mars is one of the few electronic bands to stand the test of time Constantly reinventing themselves they have taken electronica to new heights with a unique blend of sound annihilation fragmented melodies and an impassioned hatred of conformity For nearly two deacades Andi Toma and Jan St Werner have sweated over burning consoles to create a new musical language only to twist it again into thousands of myriad distortions Mouse On Mars sound links them to the club music scene as do their many remixes and collaborations with members of the dance music world Yet their association with the formalized and utilitarian world of dance music is ironic as the band s raison d etre is to place electronic flies in any aural ointment they choose to muck through A series of 10 albums and numerous remixes has come off as primarily intent on dashing expectations from the ambient house ectoplasms of 1994 s Vulvaland and 1995 s slightly more structured Iaora Tahiti to the flighty and funny electronics spluttering horns and acoustic guitar samples of 2000 s more organic Niun Niggung to the forest of sonic porcupine quills that is Idiology Radical Connector 2004 further granulated the MoM aesthetic into nine vaguely pop oriented songs ever heavier on the beats and increasingly hinging the tunes on the vocals and drumming of longtime collaborator Dodo Nkishi Varcharz 2006 entirely recorded at Mouse on Mars St Martin Ton Studios in Duesseldorf has been their most live sounding and diverse studio album to date 2012 will see a new Mouse on Mars once again Their upcoming LP Parastrophics is a thriving vision of the other side of experimental music Discordance turns into pop as Alice in Wonderland bounces her booty to laser bass sounds the likes of which would make Walt Disney jealously ponder the question Why didn t I think of that Parastrophics is glamorous funky and deep No speakers exist that could display all the details of such manic production Andi Toma and Jan St Werner have been more than busy in the intervening years since the release of their last studio album as a duo Varcharz 2006 They collaborated with The Fall s Mark E Smith as s Von Südenfed and released Tromatic Reflexxions on Domino Both Toma and St Werner produce independently for their Sonig label St Werner has worked on solo records under several monikers written pieces for classical instrumentation and electronics did music for installations and acted as the artistic director of the Amsterdam Institute for Electronic Music steim Toma has produced Moondog Stereolab Junior Boys and The Fall amongst others One of their most recent projects Paeanumnion has been as unique as the rest of their career an orchestral piece which didn t play by any of the rules As St Werner said it was a way for us to carry on being an electronic band only without electronics As ever he was not being entirely serious Both Jan and Andi were on stage throughout this hour long voyage playing their own digitally crafted sounds and processing the orchestra at the same time For this event Mouse on Mars have created their own musical software which they also used for the production of Parastrophics We are very please to announce Mouse on Mars will be playing Village Underground this April Mouse on Mars is one of the few electronic bands to stand the test of time Constantly reinventing themselves they have taken electronica to new heights with a unique blend of sound annihilation fragmented melodies and an impassioned hatred of conformity For nearly two deacades Andi Toma and Jan St Werner have sweated over burning consoles to create a new musical language only to twist it again into thousands of myriad distortions Mouse On Mars sound links them to the club music scene as do their many remixes and collaborations with members of the dance music world Yet their association with the formalized and utilitarian world of dance music is ironic as the band s raison d etre is to place electronic flies in any aural ointmentthey choose to muck through A series of 10 albums and numerous remixes has come off as primarily intent on dashing expectations from the ambient house ectoplasms of 1994 s Vulvaland and 1995 s slightly more structured Iaora Tahiti to the flighty and funny electronics spluttering horns and acoustic guitar samples of 2000 s more organic Niun Niggung to the forest of sonic porcupine quills that is Idiology Radical Connector 2004 further granulated the MoM aesthetic into nine vaguely pop oriented songs ever heavier on the beats and increasingly hinging the tunes on the vocals and drumming of longtime collaborator Dodo Nkishi Varcharz 2006 entirely recorded at Mouse on Mars St Martin Ton Studios in Duesseldorf has been their most live sounding and diverse studio album to date 2012 will see a new Mouse on Mars once again Their upcoming LP Parastrophics is a thriving vision of the other side of experimental music Discordance turns into pop as Alice in Wonderland bounces her booty to laser bass sounds the likes of which would make Walt Disney jealously ponder the question Why didn t I think of that Parastrophics is glamorous funky and deep No speakers exist that could display all the details of such manic production Andi Toma and Jan St Werner have been more than busy in the intervening years since the release of their last studio album as a duo Varcharz 2006 They collaborated with The Fall s Mark E Smith as s Von Südenfed and released Tromatic Reflexxions on Domino Both Toma and St Werner produce independently for their Sonig label St Werner has worked on solo records under several monikers written pieces for classical instrumentation and electronics did music for installations and acted as the artistic director of the Amsterdam Institute for Electronic Music steim Toma has produced Moondog Stereolab Junior Boys and The Fall amongst others One of their most recent projects Paeanumnion has been as unique as the rest of their career an orchestral piece which didn t play by any of the rules As St Werner said it was a way for us to carry on being an electronic band only without electronics As ever he was not being entirely serious Both Jan and Andi were on stage throughout this hour long voyage playing their own digitally crafted sounds and processing the orchestra at the same time For this event Mouse on Mars have created their own musical software which they also used for the production of Parastrophics Plus support from SUBJECT DJS subjectyourself Tickets available from www seetickets com 0870 264 3333 www ticketweb co uk 0844 477 1000 www hmv com Follow on us Twitter here Join us on Facebook here Visit our Tumblr here MOUSE ON MARS SUBJECT DJS Village Underground Friday 20 April 2012 54 Holywell Lane London EC2A 3PQ 15 50 ADVANCE WWW MOUSEONMARS COM WWW SUBJECTYOURSELF CO UK Mouse on Mars is one of the few electronic bands to stand the test of time Constantly reinventing themselves they have taken electronica to new heights with a unique blend of sound annihilation fragmented melodies and an impassioned hatred of conformity For nearly two deacades Andi Toma and Jan St Werner have sweated over burning consoles to create a new musical language only to twist it again into thousands of myriad distortions Mouse On Mars sound links them to the club music scene as do their many remixes and collaborations with members of the dance music world Yet their association with the formalized and utilitarian world of dance music is ironic as the band s raison d etre is to place electronic flies in any aural ointment they choose to muck through A series of 10 albums and numerous remixes has come off as primarily intent on dashing expectations from the ambient house ectoplasms of 1994 s Vulvaland and 1995 s slightly more structured Iaora Tahiti to the flighty and funny electronics spluttering horns and acoustic guitar samples of 2000 s more organic Niun Niggung to the forest of sonic porcupine quills that is Idiology Radical Connector 2004 further granulated the MoM aesthetic into nine vaguely pop oriented songs ever heavier on the beats and increasingly hinging the tunes on the vocals and drumming of longtime collaborator Dodo Nkishi Varcharz 2006 entirely recorded at Mouse on Mars St Martin Ton Studios in Duesseldorf has been their most live sounding and diverse studio album to date 2012 will see a new Mouse on Mars once again Their upcoming LP Parastrophics is a thriving vision of the other side of experimental music Discordance turns into pop as Alice in Wonderland bounces her booty to laser bass sounds the likes of which would make Walt Disney jealously ponder the question Why didn t I think of that Parastrophics is glamorous funky and deep No speakers exist that could display all the details of such manic production Andi Toma and Jan St Werner have been more than busy in the intervening years since the release of their last studio album as a duo Varcharz 2006 They collaborated with The Fall s Mark E Smith as s Von Südenfed and released Tromatic Reflexxions on Domino Both Toma and St Werner produce independently for their Sonig label St Werner has worked on solo records under several monikers written pieces for classical instrumentation and electronics did music for installations and acted as the artistic director of the Amsterdam Institute for Electronic Music steim Toma has produced Moondog Stereolab Junior Boys and The Fall amongst others One of their most recent projects Paeanumnion has been as unique as the rest of their career an orchestral piece which didn t play by any of the rules As St Werner said it was a way for us to carry on being an electronic band only without electronics As ever he was not being entirely serious Both Jan and Andi were on stage throughout this hour long voyage playing their own digitally crafted sounds and processing the orchestra at the same time For this event Mouse on Mars have created their own musical software which they also used for the production of Parastrophics We are very please to announce Mouse on Mars will be playing Village Underground this April Mouse on Mars is one of the few electronic bands to stand the test of time Constantly reinventing themselves they have taken electronica to new heights with a unique blend of sound annihilation fragmented melodies and an impassioned hatred of conformity For nearly two deacades Andi Toma and Jan St Werner have sweated over burning consoles to create a new musical language only to twist it again into thousands of myriad distortions Mouse On Mars sound links them to the club music scene as do their many remixes and collaborations with members of the dance music world Yet their association with the formalized and utilitarian world of dance music is ironic as the band s raison d etre is to place electronic flies in any aural ointmentthey choose to muck through A series of 10 albums and numerous remixes has come off as primarily intent on dashing expectations from the ambient house ectoplasms of 1994 s Vulvaland and 1995 s slightly more structured Iaora Tahiti to the flighty and funny electronics spluttering horns and acoustic guitar samples of 2000 s more organic Niun Niggung to the forest of sonic porcupine quills that is Idiology Radical Connector 2004 further granulated the MoM aesthetic into nine vaguely pop oriented songs ever heavier on the beats and increasingly hinging the tunes on the vocals and drumming of longtime collaborator Dodo Nkishi Varcharz 2006 entirely recorded at Mouse on Mars St Martin Ton Studios in Duesseldorf has been their most live sounding and diverse studio album to date 2012 will see a new Mouse on Mars once again Their upcoming LP Parastrophics is a thriving vision of the other side of experimental music Discordance turns into pop as Alice in Wonderland bounces her booty to laser bass sounds the likes of which would make Walt Disney jealously ponder the question Why didn t I think of that Parastrophics is glamorous funky and deep No speakers exist that could display all the details of such manic production Andi Toma and Jan St Werner have been more than busy in the intervening years since the release of their last studio album as a duo Varcharz 2006 They collaborated with The Fall s Mark E Smith as s Von Südenfed and released Tromatic Reflexxions on Domino Both Toma and St Werner produce independently for their Sonig label St Werner has worked on solo records under several monikers written pieces for classical instrumentation and electronics did music for installations and acted as the artistic director of the Amsterdam Institute for Electronic Music steim Toma has produced Moondog Stereolab Junior Boys and The Fall amongst others One of their most recent projects Paeanumnion has been as unique as the rest of their career an orchestral piece which didn t play by any of the rules As St Werner said it was a way for us to carry on being an electronic band only without electronics As ever he was not being entirely serious Both Jan and Andi were on stage throughout this hour long voyage playing their own digitally crafted sounds and processing the orchestra at the same time For this event Mouse on Mars have created their own musical software which they also used for the production of Parastrophics Plus support from SUBJECT DJS subjectyourself Tickets available from www seetickets com 0870 264 3333 www ticketweb co uk 0844 477 1000 www hmv com Follow on us Twitter here Join us on Facebook here Visit our Tumblr here MOUSE ON MARS SUBJECT DJS Village Underground Friday 20 April 2012 54 Holywell Lane London EC2A 3PQ 15 50 ADVANCE WWW MOUSEONMARS COM WWW SUBJECTYOURSELF CO UK Mouse on Mars is one of the few electronic bands to stand the test of time Constantly reinventing themselves they have taken electronica to new heights with a unique blend of sound annihilation fragmented melodies and an impassioned hatred of conformity For nearly two deacades Andi Toma and Jan St Werner have sweated over burning consoles to create a new musical language only to twist it again into thousands of myriad distortions Mouse On Mars sound links them to the club music scene as do their many remixes and collaborations with members of the dance music world Yet their association with the formalized and utilitarian world of dance music is ironic as the band s raison d etre is to place electronic flies in any aural ointment they choose to muck through A series of 10 albums and numerous remixes has come off as primarily intent on dashing expectations from the ambient house ectoplasms of 1994 s Vulvaland and 1995 s slightly more structured Iaora Tahiti to the flighty and funny electronics spluttering horns and acoustic guitar samples of 2000 s more organic Niun Niggung to the forest of sonic porcupine quills that is Idiology Radical Connector 2004 further granulated the MoM aesthetic into nine vaguely pop oriented songs ever heavier on the beats and increasingly hinging the tunes on the vocals and drumming of longtime collaborator Dodo Nkishi Varcharz 2006 entirely recorded at Mouse on Mars St Martin Ton Studios in Duesseldorf has been their most live sounding and diverse studio album to date 2012 will see a new Mouse on Mars once again Their upcoming LP Parastrophics is a thriving vision of the other side of experimental music Discordance turns into pop as Alice in Wonderland bounces her booty to laser bass sounds the likes of which would make Walt Disney jealously ponder the question Why didn t I think of that Parastrophics is glamorous funky and deep No speakers exist that could display all the details of such manic production Andi Toma and Jan St Werner have been more than busy in the intervening years since the release of their last studio album as a duo Varcharz 2006 They collaborated with The Fall s Mark E Smith as s Von Südenfed and released Tromatic Reflexxions on Domino Both Toma and St Werner produce independently for their Sonig label St Werner has worked on solo records under several monikers written pieces for classical instrumentation and electronics did music for installations and acted as the artistic director of the Amsterdam Institute for Electronic Music steim Toma has produced Moondog Stereolab Junior Boys and The Fall amongst others One of their most recent projects Paeanumnion has been as unique as the rest of their career an orchestral piece which didn t play by any of the rules As St Werner said it was a way for us to carry on being an electronic band only without electronics As ever he was not being entirely serious Both Jan and Andi were on stage throughout this hour long voyage playing their own digitally crafted sounds and processing the orchestra at the same time For this event Mouse on Mars have created their own musical software which they also used for the production of Parastrophics We are very please to announce Mouse on Mars will be playing Village Underground this April Mouse on Mars is one of the few electronic bands to stand the test of time Constantly reinventing themselves they have taken electronica to new heights with a unique blend of sound annihilation fragmented melodies and an impassioned hatred of conformity For nearly two deacades Andi Toma and Jan St Werner have sweated over burning consoles to create a new musical language only to twist it again into thousands of myriad distortions Mouse On Mars sound links them to the club music scene as do their many remixes and collaborations with members of the dance music world Yet their association with the formalized and utilitarian world of dance music is ironic as the band s raison d etre is to place electronic flies in any aural ointmentthey choose to muck through A series of 10 albums and numerous remixes has come off as primarily intent on dashing expectations from the ambient house ectoplasms of 1994 s Vulvaland and 1995 s slightly more structured Iaora Tahiti to the flighty and funny electronics spluttering horns and acoustic guitar samples of 2000 s more organic Niun Niggung to the forest of sonic porcupine quills that is Idiology Radical Connector 2004 further granulated the MoM aesthetic into nine vaguely pop oriented songs ever heavier on the beats and increasingly hinging the tunes on the vocals and drumming of longtime collaborator Dodo Nkishi Varcharz 2006 entirely recorded at Mouse on Mars St Martin Ton Studios in Duesseldorf has been their most live sounding and diverse studio album to date 2012 will see a new Mouse on Mars once again Their upcoming LP Parastrophics is a thriving vision of the other side of experimental music Discordance turns into pop as Alice in Wonderland bounces her booty to laser bass sounds the likes of which would make Walt Disney jealously ponder the question Why didn t I think of that Parastrophics is glamorous funky and deep No speakers exist that could display all the details of such manic production Andi Toma and Jan St Werner have been more than busy in the intervening years since the release of their last studio album as a duo Varcharz 2006 They collaborated with The Fall s Mark E Smith as s Von Südenfed and released Tromatic Reflexxions on Domino Both Toma and St Werner produce independently for their Sonig label St Werner has worked on solo records under several monikers written pieces for classical instrumentation and electronics did music for installations and acted as the artistic director of the Amsterdam Institute for Electronic Music steim Toma has produced Moondog Stereolab Junior Boys and The Fall amongst others One of their most recent projects Paeanumnion has been as unique as the rest of their career an orchestral piece which didn t play by any of the rules As St Werner said it was a way for us to carry on being an electronic band only without electronics As ever he was not being entirely serious Both Jan and Andi were on stage throughout this hour long voyage playing their own digitally crafted sounds and processing the orchestra at the same time For this event Mouse on Mars have created their own musical software which they also used for the production of Parastrophics Plus support from SUBJECT DJS subjectyourself Tickets available from www seetickets com 0870 264 3333 www ticketweb co uk 0844 477 1000 www hmv com Follow on us Twitter here Join us on Facebook here Visit our Tumblr here MOUSE ON MARS SUBJECT DJS Village Underground Friday 20 April 2012 54 Holywell Lane London EC2A 3PQ 15 50 ADVANCE WWW MOUSEONMARS COM WWW SUBJECTYOURSELF CO UK Mouse on Mars is one of the few electronic bands to stand the test of time Constantly reinventing themselves they have taken electronica to new heights with a unique blend of sound annihilation fragmented melodies and an impassioned hatred of conformity For nearly two deacades Andi Toma and Jan St Werner have sweated over burning consoles to create a new musical language only to twist it again into thousands of myriad distortions Mouse On Mars sound links them to the club music scene as do their many remixes and collaborations with members of the dance music world Yet their association with the formalized and utilitarian world of dance music is ironic as the band s raison d etre is to place electronic flies in any aural ointment they choose to muck through A series of 10 albums and numerous remixes has come off as primarily intent on dashing expectations from the ambient house ectoplasms of 1994 s Vulvaland and 1995 s slightly more structured Iaora Tahiti to the flighty and funny electronics spluttering horns and acoustic guitar samples of 2000 s more organic Niun Niggung to the forest of sonic porcupine quills that is Idiology Radical Connector 2004 further granulated the MoM aesthetic into nine vaguely pop oriented songs ever heavier on the beats and increasingly hinging the tunes on the vocals and drumming of longtime collaborator Dodo Nkishi Varcharz 2006 entirely recorded at Mouse on Mars St Martin Ton Studios in Duesseldorf has been their most live sounding and diverse studio album to date 2012 will see a new Mouse on Mars once again Their upcoming LP Parastrophics is a thriving vision of the other side of experimental music Discordance turns into pop as Alice in Wonderland bounces her booty to laser bass sounds the likes of which would make Walt Disney jealously ponder the question Why didn t I think of that Parastrophics is glamorous funky and deep No speakers exist that could display all the details of such manic production Andi Toma and Jan St Werner have been more than busy in the intervening years since the release of their last studio album as a duo Varcharz 2006 They collaborated with The Fall s Mark E Smith as s Von Südenfed and released Tromatic Reflexxions on Domino Both Toma and St Werner produce independently for their Sonig label St Werner has worked on solo records under several monikers written pieces for classical instrumentation and electronics did music for installations and acted as the artistic director of the Amsterdam Institute for Electronic Music steim Toma has produced Moondog Stereolab Junior Boys and The Fall amongst others One of their most recent projects Paeanumnion has been as unique as the rest of their career an orchestral piece which didn t play by any of the rules As St Werner said it was a way for us to carry on being an electronic band only without electronics As ever he was not being entirely serious Both Jan and Andi were on stage throughout this hour long voyage playing their own digitally crafted sounds and processing the orchestra at the same time For this event Mouse on Mars have created their own musical software which they also used for the production of Parastrophics We are very please to announce Mouse on Mars will be playing Village Underground this April Mouse on Mars is one of the few electronic bands to stand the test of time Constantly reinventing themselves they have taken electronica to new heights with a unique blend of sound annihilation fragmented melodies and an impassioned hatred of conformity For nearly two deacades Andi Toma and Jan St Werner have sweated over burning consoles to create a new musical language only to twist it again into thousands of myriad distortions Mouse On Mars sound links them to the club music scene as do their many remixes and collaborations with members of the dance music world Yet their association with the formalized and utilitarian world of dance music is ironic as the band s raison d etre is to place electronic flies in any aural ointmentthey choose to muck through A series of 10 albums and numerous remixes has come off as primarily intent on dashing expectations from the ambient house ectoplasms of 1994 s Vulvaland and 1995 s slightly more structured Iaora Tahiti to the flighty and funny electronics spluttering horns and acoustic guitar samples of 2000 s more organic Niun Niggung to the forest of sonic porcupine quills that is Idiology Radical Connector 2004 further granulated the MoM aesthetic into nine vaguely pop oriented songs ever heavier on the beats and increasingly hinging the tunes on the vocals and drumming of longtime collaborator Dodo Nkishi Varcharz 2006 entirely recorded at Mouse on Mars St Martin Ton Studios in Duesseldorf has been their most live sounding and diverse studio album to date 2012 will see a new Mouse on Mars once again Their upcoming LP Parastrophics is a thriving vision of the other side of experimental music Discordance turns into pop as Alice in Wonderland bounces her booty to laser bass sounds the likes of which would make Walt Disney jealously ponder the question Why didn t I think of that Parastrophics is glamorous funky and deep No speakers exist that could display all the details of such manic production Andi Toma and Jan St Werner have been more than busy in the intervening years since the release of their last studio album as a duo Varcharz 2006 They collaborated with The Fall s Mark E Smith as s Von Südenfed and released Tromatic Reflexxions on Domino Both Toma and St Werner produce independently for their Sonig label St Werner has worked on solo records under several monikers written pieces for classical instrumentation and electronics did music for installations and acted as the artistic director of the Amsterdam Institute for Electronic Music steim Toma has produced Moondog Stereolab Junior Boys and The Fall amongst others One of their most recent projects Paeanumnion has been as unique as the rest of their career an orchestral piece which didn t play by any of the rules As St Werner said it was a way for us to carry on being an electronic band only without electronics As ever he was not being entirely serious Both Jan and Andi were on stage throughout this hour long voyage playing their own digitally crafted sounds and processing the orchestra at the same time For this event Mouse on Mars have created their own musical software which they also used for the production of Parastrophics Plus support from SUBJECT DJS subjectyourself Tickets available from www seetickets com 0870 264 3333 www ticketweb co uk 0844 477 1000 www hmv com Follow on us Twitter here Join us on Facebook here Visit our Tumblr here MOUSE ON MARS SUBJECT DJS Village Underground Friday 20 April 2012 54 Holywell Lane London EC2A 3PQ 15 50 ADVANCE WWW MOUSEONMARS COM WWW SUBJECTYOURSELF CO UK Mouse on Mars is one of the few electronic bands to stand the test of time Constantly reinventing themselves they have taken electronica to new heights with a unique blend of sound annihilation fragmented melodies and an impassioned hatred of conformity For nearly two deacades Andi Toma and Jan St Werner have sweated

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    Nina one encounters an emotionally raw Barnes struggling to contain his savage thoughts So much violence in my head How are we still alive Authentic Pyrrhic Remission And though it s easy to become totally immersed within the captivating power of these revelations song after song focusing only on the lyrics would prevent you from fully comprehending the true depth of Barnes s work Because in a different yet equally enthralling manner Paralytic Stalks s musical dimension proves itself similarly worthy of preoccupation For on a sonic level the album recorded at Barnes s home studio in Athens GA and mixed at Chase Park Transduction with the assistance of engineer Drew Vandenberg Deerhunter Toro y Moi is a stimulating array of densely packed ideas presented with stunning agility Never before has an of Montreal record moved so fluidly from one song to the next each track feeding off the last in what seems a singular album long movement that never allows you to rip your ears away After the addition of classically trained violinist K Ishibashi to of Montreal s touring line up Barnes embraced the idea of working with session musicians many of whom were Ishibashi s friends for the first time in his career During this period Barnes forged a special connection with Zachary Cowell a session musician who subsequently arranged all of the album s brass and woodwind parts and is now the band s newest member The experience also emboldened Barnes to venture into previously unexplored territory with his songwriting As a result Paralytic Stalks at times resembles modern classical with its intricate compositions while at others echoes of neo prog pseudo country and 60s pop can be heard Examples of these new elements abound throughout the record notably on Wintered Debts which witnesses its hushed vocal and acoustic guitar intro giving way to a country shuffle replete with pedal steel guitar as well as the flute driven ELO inspired single Dour Percentage And yet above all Paralytic Stalks remains absolutely defiant of any labels that attempt to completely pin down the type of music Barnes creates As such ultimately it doesn t matter what angle you choose as your entry point Because the album s true value is that it even forces you to question how to approach it at all Conceived on the fringe of a contemporary pop music landscape that seldom encourages listeners to dig beyond the surface level to receive satisfaction Paralytic Stalks is the rare album with the audacity to DEMAND such a response Hear a preview of the album here 16 event Plus support from NZCA LINES and YIP DECEIVER Tickets 14 50 available from www seetickets com 0870 264 3333 www ticketweb co uk 08444 771000 www hmv com Follow on us Twitter here Join us on Facebook here Visit our Tumblr here OF MONTREAL NZCA LINES YIP DECEIVER Koko Wednesday 25 April 2012 1a Camden High Street London NW1 7JE 14 50 ADV WWW OFMONTREAL NET Of Montreal release their new album Paralytic Stalks on 7th February and we are proud to announce their headline show at Koko this April The band hailing from Athens Georgia have developed quite a reputation for their spectacular live shows and the release of Paralytic Stalks promises something new yet again Click here to read Rolling Stone s interview with front man Kevin Barnes How do you approach an album as tantalizingly complex as Paralytic Stalks You could begin from a lyrical perspective and appraise the occasion it provides for an unobstructed view directly into the psyche of Kevin Barnes of Montreal s principal songwriter But be prepared one listen to I spend my waking hours haunting my own life I made the one I love start crying tonight And it felt good Spiteful Intervention immediately reveals this is not Barnes filtered through the lens of an adopted persona or invented alter ego Rather these are confessions of an infinitely more personal nature than anything he s written since 2007 s Hissing Fauna Are You the Destroyer Amidst dark ruminations on human existence revenge self hatred and his relationship with wife Nina one encounters an emotionally raw Barnes struggling to contain his savage thoughts So much violence in my head How are we still alive Authentic Pyrrhic Remission And though it s easy to become totally immersed within the captivating power of these revelations song after song focusing only on the lyrics would prevent you from fully comprehending the true depth of Barnes s work Because in a different yet equally enthralling manner Paralytic Stalks s musical dimension proves itself similarly worthy of preoccupation For on a sonic level the album recorded at Barnes s home studio in Athens GA and mixed at Chase Park Transduction with the assistance of engineer Drew Vandenberg Deerhunter Toro y Moi is a stimulating array of densely packed ideas presented with stunning agility Never before has an of Montreal record moved so fluidly from one song to the next each track feeding off the last in what seems a singular album long movement that never allows you to rip your ears away After the addition of classically trained violinist K Ishibashi to of Montreal s touring line up Barnes embraced the idea of working with session musicians many of whom were Ishibashi s friends for the first time in his career During this period Barnes forged a special connection with Zachary Cowell a session musician who subsequently arranged all of the album s brass and woodwind parts and is now the band s newest member The experience also emboldened Barnes to venture into previously unexplored territory with his songwriting As a result Paralytic Stalks at times resembles modern classical with its intricate compositions while at others echoes of neo prog pseudo country and 60s pop can be heard Examples of these new elements abound throughout the record notably on Wintered Debts which witnesses its hushed vocal and acoustic guitar intro giving way to a country shuffle replete with pedal steel guitar as well as the flute driven ELO inspired single Dour Percentage And yet above all Paralytic Stalks remains absolutely defiant of any labels that attempt to completely pin down the type of music Barnes creates As such ultimately it doesn t matter what angle you choose as your entry point Because the album s true value is that it even forces you to question how to approach it at all Conceived on the fringe of a contemporary pop music landscape that seldom encourages listeners to dig beyond the surface level to receive satisfaction Paralytic Stalks is the rare album with the audacity to DEMAND such a response Hear a preview of the album here 16 event Plus support from NZCA LINES and YIP DECEIVER Tickets 14 50 available from www seetickets com 0870 264 3333 www ticketweb co uk 08444 771000 www hmv com Follow on us Twitter here Join us on Facebook here Visit our Tumblr here OF MONTREAL NZCA LINES YIP DECEIVER Koko Wednesday 25 April 2012 1a Camden High Street London NW1 7JE 14 50 ADV WWW OFMONTREAL NET Of Montreal release their new album Paralytic Stalks on 7th February and we are proud to announce their headline show at Koko this April The band hailing from Athens Georgia have developed quite a reputation for their spectacular live shows and the release of Paralytic Stalks promises something new yet again Click here to read Rolling Stone s interview with front man Kevin Barnes How do you approach an album as tantalizingly complex as Paralytic Stalks You could begin from a lyrical perspective and appraise the occasion it provides for an unobstructed view directly into the psyche of Kevin Barnes of Montreal s principal songwriter But be prepared one listen to I spend my waking hours haunting my own life I made the one I love start crying tonight And it felt good Spiteful Intervention immediately reveals this is not Barnes filtered through the lens of an adopted persona or invented alter ego Rather these are confessions of an infinitely more personal nature than anything he s written since 2007 s Hissing Fauna Are You the Destroyer Amidst dark ruminations on human existence revenge self hatred and his relationship with wife Nina one encounters an emotionally raw Barnes struggling to contain his savage thoughts So much violence in my head How are we still alive Authentic Pyrrhic Remission And though it s easy to become totally immersed within the captivating power of these revelations song after song focusing only on the lyrics would prevent you from fully comprehending the true depth of Barnes s work Because in a different yet equally enthralling manner Paralytic Stalks s musical dimension proves itself similarly worthy of preoccupation For on a sonic level the album recorded at Barnes s home studio in Athens GA and mixed at Chase Park Transduction with the assistance of engineer Drew Vandenberg Deerhunter Toro y Moi is a stimulating array of densely packed ideas presented with stunning agility Never before has an of Montreal record moved so fluidly from one song to the next each track feeding off the last in what seems a singular album long movement that never allows you to rip your ears away After the addition of classically trained violinist K Ishibashi to of Montreal s touring line up Barnes embraced the idea of working with session musicians many of whom were Ishibashi s friends for the first time in his career During this period Barnes forged a special connection with Zachary Cowell a session musician who subsequently arranged all of the album s brass and woodwind parts and is now the band s newest member The experience also emboldened Barnes to venture into previously unexplored territory with his songwriting As a result Paralytic Stalks at times resembles modern classical with its intricate compositions while at others echoes of neo prog pseudo country and 60s pop can be heard Examples of these new elements abound throughout the record notably on Wintered Debts which witnesses its hushed vocal and acoustic guitar intro giving way to a country shuffle replete with pedal steel guitar as well as the flute driven ELO inspired single Dour Percentage And yet above all Paralytic Stalks remains absolutely defiant of any labels that attempt to completely pin down the type of music Barnes creates As such ultimately it doesn t matter what angle you choose as your entry point Because the album s true value is that it even forces you to question how to approach it at all Conceived on the fringe of a contemporary pop music landscape that seldom encourages listeners to dig beyond the surface level to receive satisfaction Paralytic Stalks is the rare album with the audacity to DEMAND such a response Hear a preview of the album here 16 event Plus support from NZCA LINES and YIP DECEIVER Tickets 14 50 available from www seetickets com 0870 264 3333 www ticketweb co uk 08444 771000 www hmv com Follow on us Twitter here Join us on Facebook here Visit our Tumblr here OF MONTREAL NZCA LINES YIP DECEIVER Koko Wednesday 25 April 2012 1a Camden High Street London NW1 7JE 14 50 ADV WWW OFMONTREAL NET Of Montreal release their new album Paralytic Stalks on 7th February and we are proud to announce their headline show at Koko this April The band hailing from Athens Georgia have developed quite a reputation for their spectacular live shows and the release of Paralytic Stalks promises something new yet again Click here to read Rolling Stone s interview with front man Kevin Barnes How do you approach an album as tantalizingly complex as Paralytic Stalks You could begin from a lyrical perspective and appraise the occasion it provides for an unobstructed view directly into the psyche of Kevin Barnes of Montreal s principal songwriter But be prepared one listen to I spend my waking hours haunting my own life I made the one I love start crying tonight And it felt good Spiteful Intervention immediately reveals this is not Barnes filtered through the lens of an adopted persona or invented alter ego Rather these are confessions of an infinitely more personal nature than anything he s written since 2007 s Hissing Fauna Are You the Destroyer Amidst dark ruminations on human existence revenge self hatred and his relationship with wife Nina one encounters an emotionally raw Barnes struggling to contain his savage thoughts So much violence in my head How are we still alive Authentic Pyrrhic Remission And though it s easy to become totally immersed within the captivating power of these revelations song after song focusing only on the lyrics would prevent you from fully comprehending the true depth of Barnes s work Because in a different yet equally enthralling manner Paralytic Stalks s musical dimension proves itself similarly worthy of preoccupation For on a sonic level the album recorded at Barnes s home studio in Athens GA and mixed at Chase Park Transduction with the assistance of engineer Drew Vandenberg Deerhunter Toro y Moi is a stimulating array of densely packed ideas presented with stunning agility Never before has an of Montreal record moved so fluidly from one song to the next each track feeding off the last in what seems a singular album long movement that never allows you to rip your ears away After the addition of classically trained violinist K Ishibashi to of Montreal s touring line up Barnes embraced the idea of working with session musicians many of whom were Ishibashi s friends for the first time in his career During this period Barnes forged a special connection with Zachary Cowell a session musician who subsequently arranged all of the album s brass and woodwind parts and is now the band s newest member The experience also emboldened Barnes to venture into previously unexplored territory with his songwriting As a result Paralytic Stalks at times resembles modern classical with its intricate compositions while at others echoes of neo prog pseudo country and 60s pop can be heard Examples of these new elements abound throughout the record notably on Wintered Debts which witnesses its hushed vocal and acoustic guitar intro giving way to a country shuffle replete with pedal steel guitar as well as the flute driven ELO inspired single Dour Percentage And yet above all Paralytic Stalks remains absolutely defiant of any labels that attempt to completely pin down the type of music Barnes creates As such ultimately it doesn t matter what angle you choose as your entry point Because the album s true value is that it even forces you to question how to approach it at all Conceived on the fringe of a contemporary pop music landscape that seldom encourages listeners to dig beyond the surface level to receive satisfaction Paralytic Stalks is the rare album with the audacity to DEMAND such a response Hear a preview of the album here 16 event Plus support from NZCA LINES and YIP DECEIVER Tickets 14 50 available from www seetickets com 0870 264 3333 www ticketweb co uk 08444 771000 www hmv com Follow on us Twitter here Join us on Facebook here Visit our Tumblr here OF MONTREAL NZCA LINES YIP DECEIVER Koko Wednesday 25 April 2012 1a Camden High Street London NW1 7JE 14 50 ADV WWW OFMONTREAL NET Of Montreal release their new album Paralytic Stalks on 7th February and we are proud to announce their headline show at Koko this April The band hailing from Athens Georgia have developed quite a reputation for their spectacular live shows and the release of Paralytic Stalks promises something new yet again Click here to read Rolling Stone s interview with front man Kevin Barnes How do you approach an album as tantalizingly complex as Paralytic Stalks You could begin from a lyrical perspective and appraise the occasion it provides for an unobstructed view directly into the psyche of Kevin Barnes of Montreal s principal songwriter But be prepared one listen to I spend my waking hours haunting my own life I made the one I love start crying tonight And it felt good Spiteful Intervention immediately reveals this is not Barnes filtered through the lens of an adopted persona or invented alter ego Rather these are confessions of an infinitely more personal nature than anything he s written since 2007 s Hissing Fauna Are You the Destroyer Amidst dark ruminations on human existence revenge self hatred and his relationship with wife Nina one encounters an emotionally raw Barnes struggling to contain his savage thoughts So much violence in my head How are we still alive Authentic Pyrrhic Remission And though it s easy to become totally immersed within the captivating power of these revelations song after song focusing only on the lyrics would prevent you from fully comprehending the true depth of Barnes s work Because in a different yet equally enthralling manner Paralytic Stalks s musical dimension proves itself similarly worthy of preoccupation For on a sonic level the album recorded at Barnes s home studio in Athens GA and mixed at Chase Park Transduction with the assistance of engineer Drew Vandenberg Deerhunter Toro y Moi is a stimulating array of densely packed ideas presented with stunning agility Never before has an of Montreal record moved so fluidly from one song to the next each track feeding off the last in what seems a singular album long movement that never allows you to rip your ears away After the addition of classically trained violinist K Ishibashi to of Montreal s touring line up Barnes embraced the idea of working with session musicians many of whom were Ishibashi s friends for the first time in his career During this period Barnes forged a special connection with Zachary Cowell a session musician who subsequently arranged all of the album s brass and woodwind parts and is now the band s newest member The experience also emboldened

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    line up and details There s a suprise act to come too BLOOD ORANGE Watch CHAIRLIFT Watch CLOCK OPERA Watch DJANGO DJANGO Watch DZ DEATHRAYS Watch HUSKY Watch KINDNESS Watch TWERPS Watch ZULU WINTER Watch Eat Your Own Ears headin to Texas Eat Your Own Ears will be presenting some of it s newest and shiniest bands at SXSW next week alongside our mighty friends from across the globe The Windish Agency and Laneway Festival Hopefully see you there for a cocktail and 10 of the best bands at SXSW BLOOD ORANGE CHAIRLIFT CLOCK OPERA DJANGO DJANGO DZ DEATHRAYS HUSKY KINDNESS TWERPS ZULU WINTER SPECIAL GUESTS TBA New show Grimes at Heaven Fresh from selling out XOYO and conquering the internet with her excellent new video we are pleased to announce a new date for Grimes She will play Heaven for us on the 5th of September and of course plays Field Day the first weekend of June too Watch The Horrors and Florence and the Machine do Still Life The much anticipated collaboration between The Horrors and Florence and the Machine happened at the NME Awards and they performed Still Life turning it into even more of an epic

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    Florence and the Machine Thursday Friday Saturday Alexandra Palace Friend of EYOE Florence returns for three headline dates this week at Alexandra Palace These dates are long sold out and a special opportunity to catch highlights from the new record and much more in the splendor of Ally Pally Support comes from The Horrors and Spector Thurs Theme Park Fri and Alpines Sat New Build New Build Afterparty Friday Corsica Studios W e ve fallen heavily for the charms of New Build lately and can t wait to shake two legs at their show on Friday It s a bit of a Hot Chip love in all round New Build 2 Bears DJ Al and Felix Hot Chip DJ plus Dominik Euberg Hannah Holland Teamy All Night Wrong Bang Olufson DJs keeping things warm well into the night The show is sold out but the after party still has an open door Peaking Lights Remixes We re big fans of Peaking Lights here They play for us in London soon as well us a slot a Field Day Recently we ve been delving into some of the great remixes that trailer their last record and really enjoying them Here s a selection of our favourites from Sunless 97 to Main Attrakionz Mouse on Mars Spotify Mix Mouse on Mars formed in 1993 and have spent almost 20 years on the frontier of electronic music Even though they have changed shape and sound by slight increments over that time their music is always characterized by a certain amount of playfulness and beauty It s fun music They just release a brand new LP which is already garnering great reviews from the likes of FACT magazine and this one from Pitchfork If you haven t dug into the depths of Mouse on Mars fear not there s still time We have pulled together a Spotify Mix of some of our highlights and some of their biggest tunes Give it a spin this afternoon Mouse on Mars play Village Underground on April 20th EYOE Guide to Mouse on Mars Spotify Mix Kindness World You Need a Change of Mind Preview The debut Kindness record is almost upon us and we caught the band at the new Arcola Tent last week It was a show to remember and talk about for a long time to come and everything seems in place for Kindness to really blow up The reviews are coming in thick fast and gushing in praise Mojo The new prince of bedroom pop Q Deftly blending the celebratory and contemplative a dance album that works as much on the mind as the body Uncut Remarkable 9 10 Notion This record is nothing short of a masterpiece Spend a bit of time in the world of Kindness before the album comes out on his excellently curated YouTube channel Kindness on YouTube Session Revere for 6 Music Here s an old session we dug out of Revere for 6 Music They are one of

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    Bush Empire Here s one band you definitely won t see in a small venue again especially after their huge number 1 hit A leap year happens only ever four years Gotye play on that rare 29th day in February and this one promises to be just as special SBTRKT Thursday KOKO This one at KOKO sold out in the blink of an eye and now we only have to mention SBTRKT in passing for people to load up the ticket websites One of the best and most popular live acts in the country right now We re hugely excited to see SBTRKT at KOKO before two huge dates later in the year which you can still get tickets for HERE Spector Thursday 100 Club The singular Spector will also be making some noise on Thursday at the legendary 100 Club This ought to be a special and cosy show for Spector before conquering the world with a debut album this year Sleigh Bells Charli XCX Thursday Electric Ballroom If those two shows weren t amazing enough then how about a band with one of the most fun shows on Earth Sleigh Bells return to London to perform songs from their new and excellent record We can t wait Charli XCX a little further down the bill is a bonus and has impressed us with her dark pop over the last few months Unmissable NLF3 Saturday Shacklewell Arms French pan global psych trio NLF3 two brothers in blood and a third in passion play drifting yet highly focused instrumental music NLF3 s music is cyclical textured and emotional halfway between movie scores and innovative psychedelic transgressions The band cites influences such as Aphex Twin Fela Kuti Ennio Morricone or Sonic Youth mixing a lot of electronics together with a wide

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    week but two that are raising the temperature already Here are our gigs of the week Loney Dear Monday Bush Hall We are hugely excited to present Loney Dear at Bush Hall returning after his beautiful set towards the end of last year This time he brings a full band in tow for the first time since 2008 and that qualifies this show as doubly unmissable There are some tickets left for anybody with no plans tonight Baxter Dury Thursday XOYO Baxter Dury s Happy Soup is one of our favourite records of the past couple of years and we are eagerly anticipating this sold out soireé at XOYO The record is a bit of a word of mouth hit and we expect those mouths to all be singing along on Thursday night Artwork Mouse on Mars EYOE Spotify Mix Feb March Here s a late week treat for anybody planning to catch up on some new music this weekend a Spotify guide to the next couple of months of EYOE shows The mix takes in the new pop aural delights of Charli XCX and Sleigh Bells who play together soon the heartfelt swoon of Loney Dear who is with

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    visual treatment Stream Grimes Visions The new Grimes record has attracted a healthy new sum of fans to her bizzaro world pop jams a very good thing in our books The album is one of our favourites of the year make sure to check out late album highlight Skin and is now streaming for your pleasure at NPR the album stream website de jour STREAM GRIMES VISIONS This Week s Gigs Another week and another three shows for us to get ridiculously excited about Matthew Bourne Wednesday Cafe OTO The first of which takes us to Cafe OTO and a performance from piano maestro Matthew Bourne Anyone who has seen him before in person or on video knows to expect the sort of virtuosity you don t see every day Highly recommended Errors pictured Thursday XOYO Errors have had an amazing start to the year Their new record has garnered accolades far and wide and deservingly too the three piece finally deliver on their enourmous potential We can t wait to see it in a packed and sold out XOYO Niki and the Dove Thursday Hoxton B K Another date with Niki and the Dove following an intimate brilliant show

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