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Memphis Industries go to Eurosonic

We've barely emerged blinking into 2013, but we're already in the thick of releases, shows and all kinds of excitement. So as well as out Hello 2013 party Tuesday 8th January, we're heading over to Groningen, the Netherlands to see Dutch Uncles and Elephant take Eurosonic. Shows as follows:

Dutch Uncles
Wed 9th Jan - De Spieghel – 23.00 to 23.45
Thu 10th Jan - Huize Maas – 23.00 to 23.45

Fri 11th Jan - De Spieghel – 22.15 to 23.00

See you there.

The Ruby Suns - album trailer - Christopher Cometh


Memphis Industries post New Years Party - 8 Jan

Dutch Uncles, Elephant and Barbarossa are three bands who've got albums coming out in 2013 and they all play for free on 8 Jan at the shacklewell arms in London. Details on the flyer below:::

The Ruby Suns release new video for Kingfisher Call Me

Coming on like Vic and Bob doing Antichrist, the new Ruby Suns, video directed by the brilliant Frode and Marcus, as a work of genius. Check it out below. Live dates, album preorders and more from The Ruby Suns' website


The Scantharies - debut album

The Scantharies debut self titled album is out on 3 December, a perfect stocking filler for the young n old alike. The Scantharies are a new band put together by Memphis mainstay and Andy Dragazis.

Buy the album from Amazon and iTunes .

Dragazis, who splits his time between London and the Greek island of Evia, came up with the idea of an album influenced by the Greek garage rock scence of the 60s and 70s whilst driving to buy cigarettes with his uncle listening to his old compilation tapes. These tapes were an eclectic mix of old Greek bands such as The Persons, The Forminx and Aphrodites’ Child, traditional Greek Rebetiko music of composers like Stavros Xarhakos and the mainstream instrumental guitar workings of The Ventures. Dragazis envisaged the album would be a ‘best of’ compilation of a band called ‘The Scantharies’ who he imagined bestrode the Greek music scene from the late 60s through to the end of the 70s.

Mojo gave the album 4 stars and said "A decade in a microcosm, Stardust with Demis Roussos cast in the David Essex Role. Quite Brilliant”.