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    out and ashes and darkness comes in One thing I know no matter what I had joy and love from many things I had a dog once named Lucy I had a good family I played hockey and liked to skate on the river my grandmother taught me guitar I had a girlfriend who was pretty sweet to me It s a strange combination cold and love http www myspace com tombrosseau SORRY FOR THE QUEUES Thank you to all those that came to the first FIELD DAY we hope you enjoyed the bands and other activities however we would like to address the issues of the bar and toilet queues and apologise for this we hope this didn t put too much of a dampener on your day Thanks again for coming to the first field day we will improve these issues next year and again we are very SORRY for disappoint FIELD DAY 11th AUGUST LAST FEW TICKETS ON SALE FIELD DAY Victoria Park E9 Saturday 11th August 2007 Victoria Park E9 Noon 10 30pm Ticket price 22 50 from www ticketweb co uk 1990 s Absentee Adem Alberta Cross Archie Bronson Outfit Bat For Lashes Battles Caribou Electrelane Eat Your Own Ears djs Euros Childs Fanfarlo Fence Collective presents 3 Craws and Pictish Trail Filthy Dukes Florence and The Machine Foals Four Tet Fridge GoodBooks Gruff Rhys James Yorkston Justice Kid Harpoon Late Of The Pier Laura Marling Liars Matthew Dear live Mystery Jets Pull Tiger Tail Strange Death The Aliens The Concretes The Earlies Vetiver www fielddayfestivals com www myspace com fielddaylondon Field Day is a brand new summer event bringing together the cream of London s alternative concert and club promoters to the East End s greenest of gardens Victoria Park Expect a day of incredible music dancing and maximum hoopla set in London s heartland Music is the main driver but It will have all the charm of a village fete and if you don t even catch a band you would still have a great time It is brought to you by London s leaders and lovers of the leftfield Eat Your Own Ears Adventures In The Beetroot Field Bugged Out and Homefires who have come together to bring you the most cutting edge line up of emerging bands and DJ s The track record of these event promoters proves that cutting edge music and wild parties are not mutually exclusive The hottest line up of bands include Scotlands freshest talent 1990 s The Aliens the ever foot stomping Erol Alkan and Jo Jo De Freq The legend that is Andrew Weatherall will also be performing alongside a sizzling summer line up that includes Metronomy Foals and Bat For Lashes amongst others Critically acclaimed post rock outfit Fridge will be playing their first live gig for 6 years featuring the formidable Four Tet and Adem who also both play live who will make a rare outing to deliver a set of new material

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    hay bales hog roasts and Tombola as well as the four main music stages and expect eccentric fun East End turns from Victoria Parks band stand Having announced Field Day there seems to be a really positive and exciting buzz about the event We are really happy with the line up and are now working on making the Village Fete vibe come alive with Morris Men A Barn Dance Bunting some traditional fair rides locally sourced food and much more Tom Baker Eat Your Own Ears Field Day Stages Outdoor live stage Adventures in the Beetroot Field arena Homefires stage Band stand Bugged Out arena Bloggers Delight bar Bloggers Delight presents Casper C Andrew Weatherall Ivan Smagghe Duke Dumont Beyond The Wizard s sleeve Cock n Bull Kid live El Plate Mac 3000 Matt Walsh Whiplash Matthew WOWOW Miss Odd Kidd live Nadia Ksaiba Naomi Patchwork Pirates P I X DJs Skull Juice The Lovely Jonjo UFO DJs Warboy Yo Yo DJs Young Turks Zombie Disco Squad In addition to the main musical activities there will be A diverse selection of food and drink which as much as possible will be organic and locally sourced Brass band on the Victorian Band Stand Coconut Shy Tombola Tea and Cake stall Welly throwing Barn dancing Tug of War Morris Dancing Largest Marrow competition BILL CALLAHAN Smog show coming up BILL CALLAHAN Smog plus special guests Thursday 16 August Doors 8pm Dingwalls Middle Yard Camden Lock London NW1 8AB 020 7267 1577 www dingwalls com Tickets 15 50 from www ticketweb co uk Tel 08700 600 100 www seetickets com 0871 2200 260 http www dragcity com bands smog html http www myspace com toomuchtolove BILL CALLAHAN Smog radiates a peculiarly male energy an unspecified kind of careworn rage an acute sense of restlessness As an autobiographer Callahan is a rogue trader with an unreliable commodity a conscientious objector to the confessors club that constitutes singer songwriting Boasting the propulsive glittering and classically pretty arrangements of Neil Michael Hagerty BILL CALLAHAN Smog manages to bypass the trends of the modern day while shunning retro entrapments With a mix of gospel backing vocals by Deani Pugh Flemmings of the Olivet Baptist Church the incendiary guitar work of Pete Denton and the honeyed violins of Elizabeth Warren plus special guests ANDREW BIRD at HOMEFIRES IV on Sunday June 3rd HOMEFIRES IV next weekend June 2nd and 3rd at Conway Hall Andrew Bird now plays Sunday June 3rd alongside Bat For Lashes Richard Swift Emily Haines of Metric Death Vessel Michael Andrews and a spcial acoustic set from Adem plus many more SCOUT NIBLETT tonight at Bush Hall Eat Your Own Ears presents SCOUT NIBLETT plus special guests Joe Gideon The Sharks LoneLady Monday 21st May Doors 7 30pm Bush Hall 310 Uxbridge Road London W6 020 8222 6955 Tickets in advance 9 50 from www ticketweb co uk Tel 08700 600 100 www seetickets com Tel 08701 201 149 and Rough Trade Covent Garden London

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    side of the force and constructs fine electronic music that is both warm and emotive His beautifully structured highly melodic and richly layered electronica that while making nods to heroes Brian Eno Neu and Phillip Glass and recalling more contemporary artists such as Ulrich Schnauss Boards Of Canada and Mogwai is distinctly his own Featured by the mighty Bleep com as one of their album s of the week the record is set to win over fans of richly layered electronic music everywhere DEXTRO Consequence Music Out Now aspires to the windswept upperslopes of ambient grandeur where Sigur Ros or Mogwai might pitch camp Uncut an album that combines the electronics of BOC and the guitar crescendos of Mogwai with a touch of My Bloody Valentine s Loveless 4 5 DJ Magazine a narcoleptic dreamworld of lush orchestrated ambient soundscapes Highly Recommended Rocksound A significant and exciting addition to by definition a bold and experimental field Consequence Music is a tender yet energising classic Clash Magazine BOBBY CONN this week BOBBY CONN plus special guests LAST MAN STANDING Wednesday April 25th Doors 7 30pm Bush Hall 310 Uxbridge Road London W6 T 020 8222 6955 www eatyourownears com Tickets 11 from www ticketweb co uk Tel 08700 600 100 www seetickets com 0870 060 3777 www bobbyconn com www myspace com bobbyconn After the acclaimed release of The Golden Age BOBBY CONN is back this time with a vengeance to promote his new album King for a Day out on Thrill Jockey on February 20th BOBBY CONN and his band play an energetic live set of songs that will make you want to bang your head to shake your fist to and dance along to with its disco guitar wah Prince like funk pounding huge beats and driving strings over Bobby Conn s T Rex esq vocals and sexually charged Iggy Pop like stage presence BOBBY CONN filters the maddest excesses of 70 s rock glam and disco through the mind of a natural punk NME TRANSGRESSIVE ROAD SHOW It s that time of year again We re venturing out into the wilds of this isle with our friends from our roster past present and future Please join us for what promise to be the gigs of the year Tickets are available now from www seetickets com type Transgressive Roadshow Diesel Jeans shops and from the venue s box offices Glasgow goes on sale 2nd April Glasgow Arches May 9th Venue Box Office 0870 240 7528 http www thearches co uk LARRIKIN LOVE BATTLE FOALS JEREMY WARMSLEY GOODBOOKS POLYTECHNIC ABSENTEE Birmingham Custard Factory May 10th Venue Box Office 0121 224 7777 http www custardfactory com LARRIKIN LOVE JEREMY WARMSLEY BATTLE GOODBOOKS FOALS POLYTECHNIC ABSENTEE Liverpool Academy May 11th Venue Box Office 0151 707 3200 http www liverpool academy co uk YOUNG KNIVES BATTLE POLYTECHNIC GOODBOOKS JEREMY WARMSLEY FOALS ABSENTEE Bristol Anson Rooms May 12th Venue Box Office 0117 954 5830 http www ansonrooms co uk LARRIKIN LOVE FOALS GOODBOOKS BATTLE

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    ST VINCENT BARBAROSSA EMMY THE GREAT STRANDED HORSE NOT APPLICABLE ARTISTS ANNI ROSSI MEN AN TOL SUNDAY JUNE 3 BAT FOR LASHES VERY SPECIAL GUEST EMILY HAINES THE SOFT SKELETON RICHARD SWIFT DEATH VESSEL ADJAGAS BABY DEE DAVID KARSTEN DANIELS BASIA BULAT ONE LITTLE PLANE The Aliens ULU March 19th 07 Show Postponded I am sorry to announce but THE ALIENS MARCH TOUR HAS BEEN POSTPONED The Aliens regret to announce the cancellation of their tour dates due to an unfortunate episode involving lead singer Gordon Anderson and some overly high jinx On Saturday afternoon Gordon fell and broke his clavicle whilst climbing a tree with band mate John As a result the band will be unable to play the following dates MARCH 14th Sheffield Leadmill 15th Nottingham Social 18th Bristol Fleece 19th London ULU 20th Leeds Fathersham 21st Newcastle Cluny 23rd Glasgow Classic Grande 24th Belfast Speakeasy 25th Dublin Crawdaddy Fans that have bought tickets can use them again when the dates are rescheduled this is likely to be June 14th at the ULU Details will be posted here this week when all is 100 confirmed On a lighter and less painful note the album Astronomy For Dogs is out on Monday 19th March This already acclaimed album is a formidable work of alt pop genius Latest single Setting Sun manages the tricky feat of marrying retro acid rock stylings to a timeless pop song and then sprinkling this sublime concoction with a healthy dash of sonic spacedust Put it alongside previous singles Happy Song and Alienoid Starmonica and you can imagine what excitement the album delivers across its eleven tracks Just don t get so exited that you run up a tree BERUIT Tuesday 26 June tickets selling fast Eat Your Own Ears presents BERUIT plus special guests Tuesday 26 June KOKO 1A Camden High Street Camden London NW1 0870 432 5527 Tickets 12 50 from www ticketweb co uk Tel 08700 600 100 www seetickets com 0871 22 00 260 and Rough Trade Covent Garden London 0207 240 0105l www beirutband com www 4ad com beirut BEIRUT is the work of the 20 year old Zach Condon His music is inspired by a love of European folk music as filtered by a fertile imagination raised in New Mexico and currently resident in Brooklyn Tonight they deliver orchestrated pop for fans of Sufjan Stevens Calexico Arcade Fire the Magnetic Fields Klezmer Neutral Milk Hotel and the Boban Markovic Orchestra There are no guitars instead horns violins cellos ukeleles mandolins glockenspiel drums tambourines congas organs pianos clarinets and accordians all build and break around Zach Condon s deep voiced crooner vocals swaying to the Eastern European beats like a drunken 12 piece carnival band Their live set is a glorious sweep of music striking in its emotional content and stunning in its scope plus special guests PANDA BEAR of Animal Collective AT 93 FEET EAST PANDA BEAR of Animal Collective plus special guests Thursday 8th March Doors 7 30pm

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    bass drawing on influences from Zappa Dylan to Will Self and Chris Morris FIONN REGAN at Dingwalls tonight Tudesay 6th February Dingwalls Middle Yard Camden Lock London NW1 8AB Tel 020 7267 1577 www dingwalls com Doors 7 30pm Tickets on the door Praise for The End of History Fionn Regan s beautiful and beguiling debut album With little instrumental decoration this is similar to Dylan s early albums but with the flow of a Nick Drake a stunning combination The Times 4 Stars Woven through the wonder is Regan s gorgeous voice as spellbinding as anything his imagination can conjure up Folk has a new Pied Piper The Guardian 4 Stars A beguiling amalgam of Jackson C Frank Paul Simon and Mark Kozalek A debut that oozes rare confidence startling maturity and originality MOJO 4 Stars A wonderful album Regan sets his cap at the genre and sweeps it off its feet Sunday Times 4 Stars Dublin s most luminescent songwriter WORD a slow burning beauty of a debut album The Independent on Sunday 4 Stars Despite evocations of folk acoustic music s long history here the truth is there are no reference points and The End of History is a singular and original vision of folk s shining modernity The Fly 4 Stars Fionn is one of the most gifted young Irish folk singers since Donovan was hailed as the new Dylan back in the mid 60s he occupies an original space all his own The Sun 5 Stars Fionn Regan s greatest weapon is to coax dazzling rivulets of sound from his acoustic guitar although his knack for vivid lyrics is a close second Metro 4 Stars Flawless indie folk a joy to behold Drowned In Sound 8 10 He s as gifted a guitarist as Nick Drake but his poetry is singular and pregnant with complexity Fionn is a genius Rock Sound 8 10 these acoustic arias evoke a more rarefied world Regan is possessed of a rare talent NME 7 10 A booty bag of pastoral ballads and jangly meanderings this debut from Dublin songbird Fionn Regan is equal parts Simon and Garfunkel Bright Eyes Paul Auster the Buckleys and quite lovely Plan B Here s a confident debut album with good reason to be so This folk ish singer songwriter from Dublin ranges boldly in mood musicality and matter with his briskly plucked laments sitting smartly alongside literary references poetic asides and brightly witty storytelling Very assured The Independent Information 4 Stars While there are aspects of his music that bring to mind other performers his guitar picking is abit Bert Jansch his voice is reminiscent of Nick Drake he is his own man with his own unique sound world In a word haunting The Telegraph There s a new luminary in our midst The Irish born Fionn delivers a spell binding release that captures the essence of early Dylan s symbolist songwriting by way of Baudelaire the delicate vocal delivery of Jose Gonzales

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    a solo acoustic set of folky pop songs SPANK ROCK unfortunately cancels whole tour and SCALA show Spank Rock has cancelled their whole European tour due to personal reasons but look to come back in 2007 Refunds are available from point of purchase or you can exchange your tickets for JUNIOR BOYS tickets who are playing on the same night November 16th at Cargo London and get a 2 refund on entrance please find details below JUNIOR BOYS KODE9 TO MY BOY Thursday 16th November Doors 7 30pm Cargo 83 Rivington St London EC2A 3AY Tel 020 7739 3440 Advance tickets 8 50 from www ticketweb co uk Tel 08700 600 100 www seetickets com Tel 08701 201 149 and Rough Trade Covent Garden London Tel 0207 240 0105 http www juniorboys net www dominorecordco com www kode9 com www myspace com tomyboy Unique canadian electronic pop digital disco outfit JUNIOR BOYS promote their new album so this goodbye out at the end of September on Domino with a live set that sees them pay homage to kraftwerk scritti politti and violator era depeche mode as they blend synth pop with a melodic slice of electro and live drums suggest talk talk produced by timbaland junior boys spectral vision of electronic pop is an understated unpredictable delight THE GUARDIAN junior boys blenderize the long underground sound of electro with the overground sound of me decade bands such as talk talk the end result is something fresh ROLLING STONE its heights eclipse virtually all other music this year PITCHFORK 8 9 10 both birthday and last exit pair quaint synthpop arpeggios with irregular rhythms more suggestive of contemporary r b the array of wiry analog tones highlights greenspan s shadowy voice as though illuminating him in profile THE WIRE Dubstep garage pioneer KODE9 plays a live set as he mixes digital bleeps and sonorous basslines rasta style meditative vocals with broken step beats low bass pulse stilling your heartbeat into hibernating half speed while pads flicker like the green flash of dusk a swathe of spaceship hum over stop start syncopations The Wire Irresistably fresh improbably deep and radiantly warm the sonic vapour trails froms a dystopian soundscape as electronic music targets the next millenium IDJ As deep as Rhythm Sound as funky as Moodyman and as filthy as grime s fiercest this is head stunningly fresh and shrouded in claustrophobic atmospheric pressure Sounding like a dervish ritual for existential dreads this is death disco for deviant dub fiends Urb USA TO MY BOY a futurist pop guitar and computer duo from liverpool and chesterfield deliver songs rich in melody with a well developed pop sensibility while retaining an edgy underground feel TO MY BOY seem to have drawn their inspiration from just about every corner of pop counterculture sounding both familiar and totally fresh as they bring something a bit special to the discount disco low fi scene while charming the new new wave rock pop crowd JUNIOR BOYS and

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    Conspiracy Kelly Hogan Chestnut Station Archer Prewitt The Aluminum Group Songs Ohia Jim O Rourke The Pine Valley Cosmonauts Chris Mills and Jon Langford Tonight EDITH FROST plays a live set of hypnotic soothing pop mixing lush orchestration and delicate lyrics BAT FOR LASHES plays her biggest show to date at the Scala on December 6th BAT FOR LASHES plus special guests Wednesday 6th December Doors 7 30pm Scala 275 Pentonville Road King s Cross London N1 Tel 0207 833 2022 Tickets 9 50 from www ticketweb co uk Tel 08700 600 100 www seetickets com Tel 0870 060 3777 www batforlashes co uk http myspace com batforlashes After selling out the forthcoming October 31st Bush Hall show over a month in advance BAT FOR LASHES plays her biggest show to date at the Scala on December 6th 2006 reinvent Siouxsie Kate Bush Bjork mystical sex musical travelogue and poetic dreamstate for the contemporary singer songwriter milieu The results are nothing short of breathtaking 4 5 Observer Music Monthly a divinely phantasmagoric affair packed with elemental images both beauteous and beastly to listen to Bat For Lashes is to be pulled into some exotic otherworld a place sometimes dark and disturbing at others sweetly exultant Expect magic Time Out PLUS SPECIAL GUESTS JUNIOR BOYS plus special guests at cargo On November 16th JUNIOR BOYS plus special guests Thursday 16th November Doors 7 30pm Cargo 83 Rivington St London EC2A 3AY Tel 020 7739 3440 Advance tickets 8 50 from www ticketweb co uk Tel 08700 600 100 www seetickets com Tel 08701 201 149 and Rough Trade Covent Garden London Tel 0207 240 0105 www juniorboys net www dominorecordco com Unique canadian electronic pop digital disco outfit JUNIOR BOYS promote their new album so this goodbye out at the end of September on Domino with a live set that sees them pay homage to kraftwerk scritti politti and violator era depeche mode as they blend synth pop with a melodic slice of electro and live drums suggest talk talk produced by timbaland junior boys spectral vision of electronic pop is an understated unpredictable delight THE GUARDIAN junior boys blenderize the long underground sound of electro with the overground sound of me decade bands such as talk talk the end result is something fresh ROLLING STONE its heights eclipse virtually all other music this year PITCHFORK 8 9 10 both birthday and last exit pair quaint synthpop arpeggios with irregular rhythms more suggestive of contemporary r b the array of wiry analog tones highlights greenspan s shadowy voice as though illuminating him in profile THE WIRE BAT FOR LASHES show on October 31st BAT FOR LASHES plus special guests Tuesday 31 October Doors 7 30pm Bush Hall 310 Uxbridge Road London W6 020 8222 6955 Tickets 8 50 from www ticketweb co uk Tel 08700 600 100 www seetickets com Tel 0870 060 3777 BAT FOR LASHES create an intimate cinematic world reminiscent of the nocturnal wanderings of Kate Bush and

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    with flair Hotly tipped singer songwriter KID HARPOON delivers a set of catchy youthful storytelling taking Leonard Cohen Billy Bragg and of course Syd Barrett as an influence on his songs LUPEN CROOK plays a live set of mangled music hall and acid folk thats playful and melodic think a mix of an addled Syd Barrett the original punk poet Patrik Fitzgerald and Beck It s earthy fresh and honest Photographer and friend of Syd MICK ROCK will compare the evening and tell some memories and stories Plus VERY special guests BAT FOR LASHES show on Tuesday 12 September BAT FOR LASHES plus special guests Tuesday 12 September The Spitz 109 Commercial st Old Spitalfields Market London E1 6BG 020 7392 9032 www spitz co uk www batforlashes co uk http myspace com batforlashes Tickets 7 50 from www ticketweb co uk Tel 08700 600 100 www seetickets com 0870 060 3777 and Rough Trade Covent Garden London Tel 0207 240 0105l like Bjork stranded on a stormy moor the debut single from Brighton s Natasha Khan is both beautiful and haunting NME BAT FOR LASHES create an intimate cinematic world reminiscent of the nocturnal wanderings of Kate Bush and the heartfelt prayers of Cat Power Natasha composes songs that rise out of a dark heartbreak wilderness and take you on a journey in to the light Taking influence from 70 s film soundtracks weather phenomena childhood Halloween parties and a David Lynchian vision of suburbia they occupy the tenebrous space between innocence and a loss of innocence and come straight from the storyteller s heart Tonight she launches her debut album Fur and Gold with a live set as she delivers majestic vocal howls whispers and hiccups to a backdrop of soaring strings esoteric folk instruments distorted guitar bass rumbles and thunder clap drums There are also interludes of exquisite heartbreak the piano ballad Sad Eyes has on more than one occasion left audience members in tears the imagery is uncompromisingly disturbing and anti arcadian one of the most stupendous haunting debuts in ages Sunday Times It s wild swans calling and emerald slippers pattering mystery and mysticism and bad weather It s storytelling fantasy and the desire for discovery creation and procreation It s the thunderstorm when Heathcliff returns to Wuthering Heights or the tornado that whisks off Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz and her voice like rain on your heart Plan B Magazine Khan has a mystical magic that s distinctly her own The Observer promisingly original conveys every bit of the spine tingling sinister uniqueness of Never For Ever period Kate Bush delicately malevolent a burgeoning talent Metro Khan manages to put this indescribable feeling of dreams and nightmares and of her religious upbringing in suburbia into a context which can relate a genuine depth of emotion impressive The Fly wizards and wolves whispers and thunder Natasha Khan traverses magical realms peeking around dark corners and leading us into beautifully spooky territory this enchanting songstress

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