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Haley Bonar new album 'Impossible Dream' out now

Haley Bonar's stunning new album 'Impossible Dream' is out today and its been getting some amazing reviews. Here's a selection:

"Haley Bonar’s Impossible Dream, the fine and discerningly lean album she has long threatened to make.” ★★★★ MOJO
"A wonderful record, involving and irresistible." - ★★★★ Q
"It showcases Bonar’s ability to write simple yet catchy melodies and sweet hooks that function like dopamine and float through the mind like a warm summer breeze." - Loud & Quiet
"Immerse yourself in this entirely wonderful record." - The Sunday Times

Buy / listen digitally from the following:


And on CD or teale coloured vinyl from the following:

Memphis Industries
Rough Trade

Catch Haley on tour in Europe as follows - tickets from Haley Bonar's site here.

Oct 13 Kleiner Donner Hamburg, Germany
Oct 14 Privatclub Berlin, Germany
Oct 15 Hauskonzerte Munchen, Germany
Oct 16 Hafen 2 Offenbach Am Main, Germany
Oct 17 Paradiso Amsterdam, Netherlands
Oct 19 Espace B Paris, France
Oct 21 Green Door Store Brighton, UK
Oct 22 Sage Gateshead, UK w/ Field Music
Oct 23 The Hug and Pint Glasgow, UK
Oct 24 Brudenell Social Club Leeds, UK
Oct 27 Moth Club w/ Pi Ja Ma, London, UK
Oct 28 The Louisiana Bristol, UK
Oct 29 O2 Ritz Manchester, UK w/ Field Music


Blue States set to play first show in years

Blue States have just announced their first show in over 9 years. They will be playing The Waiting Room in London on 3 October. Tickets are on sale now here at £4 + booking fee, £6 thereafter.

"Restless Spheres" Blue States' first album since 2007's "First Steps Into..." will be released on 16 September. Check out "Statues" and "Vision Trail" below. Preorder on vinyl / CD / digital from the following: iTunes / Rough Trade / Amazon / Bandcamp


Blue States announce new album 'Restless Spheres' share new track 'Vision Trail'

Blue States, the musical outlet of Andy Dragazis, has announced his first album in nine years. It's called 'Restless Spheres' and its out on 16 September. Spin premiered new track 'Vision Trail' yesterday and you can check it out below.

Preorder the album on CD / LP or Digital from Bandcamp, the Memphis store or Apple and receive an instant download of Vision Trail.


Weaves debut LP out now

the whole band is simply a sonic treat." – NPR
"a harebrained avalanche of guitars like a Rhys Chatham-style orchestra involving tUnE-yArDs, Mica Levi, Speedy Ortiz, the B-52's, and Pat Jordache”. – Pitchfork
“effervescent, like early-90s US alt rock dipped in sugar: bubblegrunge, Nirvana playing Looney Tunes” – Guardian
“already sounding like one of the debuts of the year.” - Sunday Times
“Postpunk hooks, surf-pop jangle and manic soul” - NME

We're delighted that Weaves' magnificent debut LP is out today on CD, neon pink LP, download and stream. Here's just a handful of the many ways you can get yourself up to speed:

Memphis Store
Rough Trade / Resident / Piccadilly
iTunes / Amazon


Field Music compose new score for Somme centenary film Asunder

Field Music are all set to perform a newly commissioned live score with the Royal Northern Sinfonia and electronic duo Warm Digits to accompany 'Asunder', a film telling the tale of the North East’s involvement in the Somme, one of the most horrific battles of World War One.

The collaboration is commemorating the centenary of the Battle of the Somme, and Asunder brings together some of the region’s most exciting contemporary and classical musicians – Field Music, Royal Northern Sinfonia and Warm Digits plus award-winning British artist and filmmaker Esther Johnson and respected music writer, film producer, curator and member of best-selling pop band Saint Etienne, Bob Stanley.

Asunder paints the picture of Somme through largely unknown personal experiences. The film will be narrated by Kate Adie OBE, with Alun Armstrong as the voice of the Sunderland Daily Echo & Shipping Gazette. Asunder will premiere at the Sunderland Empire on 10 July before touring at selected venues.

Click here to book tickets or call the box office on 0844 871 3022.