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Festival Guide: Liverpool Psych 2016

Name: Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia / also known as PZYK Where: Camp and Furnace – Blade Factory – District When: 23rd to 24th September Headliners: Super Furry Animals, The Horrors Also Featuring: New Candys, The Moonlandingz, The Wytches, Eagulls,…

New Track: Kobadelta – ‘Bathsheba’

Newcastle band Kobadelta have returned with their heavily energised yet stirring track ‘Bathsheba’. Enthused with savage vocals and grimy bass, it resembles the dirtier work from the likes of Foals and Drenge. With catchy refrains (“We all keep moving backwards and…

Glastonbury 2015: The Good, the Bad and Kanye

The Pilton Festival (as Glastonbury was originally known) took place on 19th September, 1970. Tickets were £1 each (including free milk) and 1500 people turned up to watch headliners Tyrannosaurus Rex. At Glastonbury 2015 dinosaurs still rule the land, as evidenced by the huge…

Festival Guide: Green Man Festival

Name: Green Man Festival Where: The Brecon Beacons, Wales When: 20-23 August, 2015 Headliners: Super Furry Animals, Hot Chip, St Vincent Also Featuring: Courtney Barnett, The Fall, Public Service Broadcasting, The Staves, Father John Misty, Temples… A Brief History: Green Man started back…

Super Furry Animals to headline Green Man Festival

Adding to the lineup already boasting the likes of St. Vincent, Hot Chip and Father John Misty, Super Furry Animals will play Green Man as one of their 2015 comeback shows, headlining the Mountain Stage on the Saturday of the…

The Greatest Bootlegs Ever, Vol. 1

Ah, the bootleg. That hiterto unheard-of piece of arcane musicalia for millennials born into an age with torrents, Spotify and every other file-sharing platform that makes loving music so little hard work now. Back in the day, it was all…

ALBUM REVIEW: The Pale Blue Dots ‘Lots Of Dots’

Rating: 2014 has been the year of the Super Furry Animals side project, and the latest comes care of guitarist Huw “Bunf” Bunford. The Pale Blue Dots is a particularly interesting hook-up as it sees Bunf exploring his musical kinship…