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The Go! Team at Glastonbury

Phew. So braving mud and heatstroke, The Go! Team tore it up on Sunday night at Glastonbury. And bloody marvellous it was too. If you missed it, thanks to the bbc you can watch it all again by clicking through on the link below. In the meantime, we’re off to have a lie down before doing it all again at the Eden Project, Guernsey and Hop Farm (with Prince goddam it).

The Go! team at Glastonbury

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Something for the Weekend?

So for those of you on the mailing list, you know we’re good to you, but we thought we’d spread the love – we’ve been digging though our hard drive and found a lovely selection of remixes for you to take home a cherish. So here they are:

Remixes by memphisindustries

Cymbals Eat Guitars announce new album

pitchfork were right on the money with this bands first album, and it looks set to be the same for their second coming. as announced on pitchfork last night, the band have revealed that their new album ‘lenses alien’ will be released on the 12th september through memphis industries. we know that’s quite a long wait but trust us, it’s worth it!

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Colourmusic - new video - Beard

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Festival Season Starts. Heads Hurt

gah! so we headed off down to the great escape last week and then over to Holland for the Walk the Line Festival. Beers were drunk and fun was had.

Dutch Uncles stormed Brighton on the Thursday, The Phoenix Fondation charmed on Friday. Meanwhile Colourmusic hit Europe, and basically ruled on Friday night in the hague. You have to see them while they’re over in Europe – they are immense

Next up Field Music at Primavera, Dot to Dot with the Phoenix Foundation and Colourmusic, and Dutch Uncles at Friends of Mine Festival in Manchester. All before the end of May. And only another 5 months of festivals to go. i’m not sure we’ll survive…