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    calling for a feature length Artwork New Build Stream New Shearwater Record The excellent Shearwater return soon with a new record Animal Joy out on February 14th of course Take a listen to the whole thing at the always reliable NPR Shearwater Animal Joy This Week s Gigs Two very special gigs this week and a couple more exciting ones onsale to look forward to Here it is our run down of the week Niki and the Dove Thursday Sebright Arms The Sebright Arms isn t a large venue and we expect this will be the smallest audience Niki and the Dove will play to for the foreseeable future The excitement is palpable then for the opportunity to get up close and have your head blown back by some huge iridescent pop songs This one is SOLD OUT Toy Friday Shacklewell Arms Continuing their series at the Shacklewell is Toy The shows so far have been sold out and packed with many witnessing some shows we think people will talk about for a long time to come Get down early if you want in ON SALE Here are a couple of shows onsale but selling very quickly First is an

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    soon Rocket Number 9 Matthew and Toby We just announced another show from the excellent Rocketnumbernine this time at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen We re happy to use this as an excuse to once again post one of our favourite songs of the past couple of years the brilliant Matthew and Toby The duo are hard at work recording at the moment and we can t wait to hear some more Video Making of White Noise by Clock Opera Not long until Clock Opera reveal their first full length and as we approach that date they guide us through the making of what promises to be a very special record with a series of nicely shot slightly obscure videos Lovely This Week s Gigs This week sees a continuation of last week s residencies with Chilly in Soho and Toy occupying the Shacklewell Arms For more on those two check out last weeks preview HERE Elsewhere we have King Creosote Jon Hopkins pictured above Thurs Shepherd s Bush Empire These two brought us a couple of our favourite shows last year at Union Chapel and Queen Elizabeth Hall They step up to bigger surroundings this time and we can t

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    expense was spared in the making of this video 5 Chris Morris Brass Eye unseen interview with David Sullivan http youtu be nZAnj1pEcuw Being a huge Chris Morris fan I was delighted to see this unused Brass Eye scene with David Sullivan I don t know how Morris managed to keep a straight face Genius 6 Trio VD Tulisa ORIGINAL X FACTOR INSPIRED MUSIC Some of my mates making music together 7 Scott Walker Jolson and Jones Without equal Visually not the most engaging YouTube video in the world but given the music visual stimulation is irrelevant 8 Bat For Lashes Sad Eyes A song that saved me from throwing away the love of my life once upon a time I am a hopeless sentimentalist and I don t give a fuck who knows it 9 John Zorn Interview 2007 ROVA Arts Internet Archive NOTE Sadly Matthew Bourne s original idea for John Zorn was taken down before we could post so the video above is a substitute for the video here http www youtube com watch v dXKC t1vAjo It s difficult not to underestimate the influence that John Zorn s music thoughts and aesthetic has had on my own approach to music over the last 10 years or so and was lucky enough to perform with him at The Stone NYC in 2010 a lifelong dream realised This interview is an important document and should be watched by anyone interested in the creative process music making living life as a human being 10 Igor Stravinsky Lullaby and Final Hymn from The Firebird I find it almost impossible not to shed a tear during the Final Hymn This is some fantastic footage of Stravinsky himself conducting one of his most well known works Video How we wrote King Creosote

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    three artists that are attracting praise from the likes of The Guardian Pitchfork Zane Lowe NME Huw Stephens and many more With the announcement of solo artist and comic Amateur Best for their tenth release Double Denim looks set to continue their chameleon like journey through the echo chamber of new music Entering into its sixth year Field Day will be returning to Victoria Park with its unique formula of pioneering line up coupled with village fete mentality all in the heart of east London Due to the London 2012 Olympics Field Day will now take place over the Diamond Jubilee June Bank Holiday weekend on Saturday 2 nd June Ever the musical chameleon Devonté Hynes formerly of Testicicles and Lightspeed Champion fame will be appearing at Field Day as his latest incarnation Blood Orange a sexed up groove infused chapter Elsewhere Glasgow based artist Koreless will be following in the footsteps of fellow progressive dubstep artists and Field Day alumni James Blake and Mount Kimbie with his unique combination of two step and take on 80s ambient in the vein of Talk Talk while newcomer Kindness will be taking the sound of the 80s NYC disco scene and creating minimalist dance grooves like Ariel Pink or Washed Out before him After a decade of making music together Brooklyn based experimental post punk group Liars are still pushing boundaries exploring new sounds Reminiscent of the late 70s early 80s bands that added danceable rhythms to punk music expect plenty of synthetic keypads and interspersed prearranged compositions along with angular yet melodic vocals Also coming from Brooklyn are girl fronted outfit Friends The quintet s self described weird pop and mid set instrument swapping have caused a stir in their native NYC and with a place on the long list of the BBC s Sound of 2012 poll they are certainly making ripples over in the UK too Hosted by forward thinking promoters Eat Your Own Ears Bugged Out Bleed and Lanzarote Field Day is a festival that has become synonymous with imaginative and progressive bills and 2012 is certainly shaping up to be no exception to this rule Promoter Tom Baker of Eat Your Own Ears says I m really excited about the line up for Field Day 2012 It s been something of a challenge after last year s was so strong but with Franz Ferdinand closing the Eat Your Own Ears stage and with acts like Tortoise playing I m hoping it will be just as good As ever it s hugely exciting to welcome acts from further afield I m particularly delighted to announce Afrocubism featuring Toumani and some incredible Cuban musicians they re going to blow people s minds As with years gone by Field Day will be providing ample entertainment for those looking for respite from the music in the Village Mentality area on The Village Green Expect traditional side stalls inspired by country pastimes and weird and wonderful fete games such as Blindfold Sweetcorn

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    Very interesting and very of the moment Apple Cart Festival First Names New Sounds o F F Love o F F Love just signed to a subsid of Kompakt and while their music might be a bit of a step away from the techno that label is known for there s a similar attention to detail albeit a little more visceral Check them out below and then come and see

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    Machine SBTRKT Field Day King Creosote and Jon Hopkins Summercamp and more Field Day 2012 Spotify Playlist via Field Day Blog Here s a nice reminder of the state of Field Day 2012 so far with much more to come as a Spotify playlist The list features a song from every artist on the bill so far and jumps from Andrew Bird to Rustie and back via Afrocubism The eclectic

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    time Niki and the Dove appeared on Huw Stephens Radio One show this week performing and chatting a little too Catch up on it via this Soundcloud stream via The Line of Best Fit EYOE 2012 Playlist 2012 is upon us and so too a whole new raft of shows that we have been carefully planning We start with Toy on the 18th of January and going up to Field

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    live show too Sappho demo by TRIBES Rocketnumbernine Rocketnumbernine is another one that has been bubbling under nicely for some time we loved their TEXT single We caught them at the Shacklewell recently and were impressed with the strides they have made Rocketnumbernine Matthew and Toby TEXT008 by Four Tet Lana Del Ray Who Just kidding This little lady has caused a bit of a stir over the past few months and the record drops on January 1st Fitting date for a project that will be talked about all year no doubt Lana Del Rey Video Games by PurplePR The Weeknd It s been about a year since Drake s ringing endorsement of fellow Canadians The Weeknd Two huge mixtapes later and we are all firmly aboard 2012 sees a third mixtape to complete the trilogy and maybe we will see something more official an album or official single Nobody knows It s possible he could keep releasing these tapes forever The Weeknd Initiation by The Weeknd Spector 2011 was already pretty big for Spector a slot on Jools Holland and three barnstorming singles Next year they will spoil us with an entire album out on Fiction and we imagine it will propel them away from Dalston and into your living rooms Spector Never Fade Away by Luv Luv Luv Theme Park Theme Park seem like a friendly bunch their sharp upbeat pop songs are family radio friendly and live they effuse the kind of charm you could take home to your parents Those silky pop songs worm your way deep into your head though A debut record comes courtesy of Transgressive records in 2012 Spector Never Fade Away by Luv Luv Luv Duologue The deep dark pop music of Duologue has flown under the radar so far but with

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