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Mogwai Stream New Album ‘Rave Tapes’

Mogwai’s eighth album, ‘Rave Tapes’, is now available for streaming at The Guardian and will be released on January 20 on Rock Action Records. The album was recorded at the Castle of Doom studio in Glasgow by Paul Savage who…

Belle & Sebastian Sign To Snow Patrols Publishing Label

After eighty albums, Belle and Sebastian leave Sony/ATV and sign to Polar Patrol Publishing, the record label established in 2010 and run by Snow Patrol’s Jonny Quinn, Gary Lightbody and Nathan Connolly. The band are going to release their ninth…

Alex James To Release More Blur Memorabilia

Alex James, former bassist of Blur and cheese connoisseur, has invited yet more ridicule as he releases a themed soft drink. The canned drink, called, wait for it, ‘Britpop’ (we see what you did there Alex…) is the next in…

Paul Weller Announces UK Tour For Summer 2014

Modfather, Paul Weller, is back this summer with a string of UK dates set in spectacular woodland locations spread across the months of June and July. Joining forces once again with the Forestry Commission, Weller will play five Forest Live…

Embrace Announce New Album

Embrace have announced that they are to release their first album in seven years. The album is set for release on 28th April through Cooking Vinyl and will be self-titled. The first single to be released off ‘Embrace’ will be…

Alt-J To Continue Despite Bassist Exit

This weekend seen bassist  Gwil Sainsbury, departing from prestigious  indie rock group Alt-J. Reported by NME earlier today, (13th January) Sainsbury has announced his decision to leave the band as a ‘personal decision’, and will no longer be considered a…

Warpaint Stream Second Album ‘Warpaint’ Online

Warpaint’s self-titled new album is now streaming online. The Los Angeles quartet formed by Emily Kokal, Theresa Wyman, Jenny Lee Lindberg and Stella Mogzawa will be releasing their second album on January 20. This is the band’s second work  and was…

Oasis’ back catalogue available on Spotify from today

Spotify have today announced that Oasis’ back catalogue is now available on their service. The streaming service announced this morning on Twitter that Oasis are now available to stream, meaning our playlists are almost complete (minus The Beatles). According to…