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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…

The Go! Team - new video - 'Voice Yr Choice'

Check out The Go! Team’s new video for Voice Yr Choice


Dutch Uncles - new 'Cadenza' video


Dutch Uncles Free Instore Shows

Dutch Uncles have finally unleashed Cadenza on the world. And it seems like the world likes it. Which is good. being the kind of label that tries to be good to you and everything we’ve set up a handful of free shows in records stores. Incidentally, why has no one though of this before? We’re going to call them instores from now on.

Anyway, heres the details:

April 26th 5.00pm – HMV Manchester Arndale, New Cannon St
April 28th 7:00pm – Rough Trade East, Brick Lane, London
May 2nd 3:00pm – RPM Records 4 Old George Yard, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

They’re all ages shows, for those that aren’t eligible to vote.


Banjo or Freakout add London Date

Having just finished up touring the states with memphis alumni Papercuts (we miss you guys) Banjo or Freakout return to the UK to play their first London headline show in a while. Its on 19th April, at the macbeth, and support comes from our very own Elephant. And even better that that, it’s free!