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  • Bryde: At Oslo With Daniel Lanois
    21 Jul, 2017 news

    Bryde will support Daniel Lanois at Oslo in Hackney, London on 22nd August 2017.
    Tickets available from the link below.


  • The Horrors: New Single 'Machine' On BBC Radio 1
    21 Jul, 2017 news

    The Horrors new single 'Machine' just received it's debut play on BBC Radio 1, on Huw Stephens show.


  • Cattle & Cane: UK Acoustic Tour
    19 Jul, 2017 news

    Led by siblings Joe and Helen Hammill, Cattle & Cane release the deluxe digital edition of their sophomore album 'Mirrors' on Friday 8th September 2017. Helen and Joe, along with their brother Fran, are heading out across the UK this September for a stripped back acoustic tour which includes, amongst others, intimate shows in a launderette, a library and a deli.
    See their artist page for details.


  • The Crookes: Farewell Tour Dates
    19 Jul, 2017 news

    The Crookes have announced three 'Farewell Tour' dates in Berlin, Amsterdam & Sheffield.


  • The Horrors: New Video For 'Machine' Featured
    18 Jul, 2017 news

    The Horrors new video for the single 'Machine' is featured in many magazines & blogs.







  • The Horrors: New Video For 'Machine'
    17 Jul, 2017 news

    The Horrors reveal a visually stunning, computer generated abstract video for their critically acclaimed new single 'Machine'. Featuring layers of simulations of micro-organisms, the video is the works of CGI pioneer Jon Emmony who is known for his beautiful, grotesque and intriguing simulation videos.

    On making the video, Jon said "The video for 'Machine' is based around the concept of computer simulation. The creatures, formed from sections cut and twisted from insects, crustaceans and bone are arranged in sculptural compositions inspired by artists such as Hieronymus Bosch; finding the surreal within mixed forms and scales. If left, taken away from an edit, the creatures would continue to exist and their movements would evolve. For me this was an exciting way to create digital imagery as having an element of control removed and then decided by a computer seemed fitting with the track. Machines inside machines."


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  • Champs: 'Best Of Recommends 2017'
    17 Jul, 2017 news

    Steve Lamacq includes Champs' 'The Garden Is Overgrown' in his 'Best of Recommends 2017' on BBC Radio 6 Music.


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  • Nadine Khouri: New Video For 'Catapult'
    14 Jul, 2017 news

    Nadine Khouri presents the new "found footage" video for her track 'Catapult', taken from the album 'The Salted Air'.


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  • Cattle & Cane: To Support Brian Wilson
    14 Jul, 2017 news

    Cattle & Cane will support the legendary Brian Wilson at his 'Pet Sounds' show at Times Square, Newcastle on 6th August 2017.
    Tickets from the link below.


  • together PANGEA: New Single, Album & Tour
    14 Jul, 2017 news

    together PANGEA premiere their new single 'Money On It' in Consequence Of Sound, taken from the forthcoming album 'Bulls & Roosters' out on 25th August.
    The band will tour Europe in November & December, see their artist page for details.


  • The Crookes: Break Up After Ten Years
    13 Jul, 2017 news

    The Crookes have decided to go their separate ways after ten years together. Stay tuned for details of their farewell shows. The band have a special message for their fans on their Facebook page.
    Everybody at Primary Talent International wishes the members, the best of luck in the future.


  • Nerina Pallot: 'Stay Lucky' Exclusive Feature
    12 Jul, 2017 news

    'Stay Lucky' the title track of Nerina Pallot's forthcoming album, is featured exclusively in Songwriting Magazine.


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  • The Horrors: New Album 'V'
    12 Jul, 2017 news

    The Horrors release their stunningly assertive fifth album 'V' on September 22nd, on Wolftone / Caroline International.

    The album has been previewed by the first single 'Machine' which sees the group at their majestic, imperial best, although the ten tracks on the album are so diverse that when the final song and future single 'Something To Remember Me By' appears to channel dance, trance and '80s pop genres it feels like both the most natural thing in the musical world and also the most surprising. 'V' shows the group at the peak of their powers, exhibiting a freedom and sense of exploration that feels truly liberating.

    "It is a risk," says Faris Badwan discussing the band's bold refusal to stand still. "But life isn't much fun without risk. It's the antithesis of being creative if you know what you're going to be doing every time."

    Keyboardist Tom Cowan continues: "It's natural, if you do see yourself as an artist, to progress and not play it safe. Bowie pre-empted the modern condition of not being able to stay in one place for very long, and I get frustrated with bands who stay still. Because then it does become a career."

    The album artwork comes from talented VFX artist and director Erik Ferguson, who is known for his abstract and intriguing creative vision.

    'V' was recorded in London with producer Paul Epworth, who has worked with FKA Twigs, Lorde, Rihanna, Adele, London Grammar, Florence and the Machine, Coldplay, U2 and Paul McCartney, amongst many others.


  • The Horrors: Live At Omeara, London
    12 Jul, 2017 news

    The Horrors received excellent reviews for their sold out show at London's Omeara on 11th July, including 4 Stars in The Standard.



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