August 21st, 2015
August 18th, 2015
Sea Moya are a German three-piece of wide ranging and unexpected influences that are not an easy prospect to deconstruct: the psyche of Tame Impala and the easy electronica of Toro Y Moi feature, but so does the hazy production style associated with JDilla and Flying Lotus.
Tipped as ‘Ones To Watch‘ from the likes of DIY, Noisey, and Radio 1, the band are set to release debut EP ‘Twins‘ through Heist or Hit on Friday 2nd October. Pre-order is now available from iTunes, Amazon and Google Play.
Here’s a taste of what’s to come through debut track ‘Do Things‘:
July 31st, 2015
Travelling up to Edinburgh Festival Fringe? Still feeling momentarily flush with the payday wedge? Look no further than Sweet Venues.
We’re all skint & demoralised. But according to NME Magazine, Matt Abbott will “have you feeling better in no time“.
Fusing witty anecdotes, kitchen sink realism and a sharp political bite, this is above all else accessible poetry from the Wakefield street poet. His tongue-in-cheek, self-deprecating humour provides a constant giggle throughout an otherwise refreshingly honest show. Sometimes bleak, sometimes poignant: one man’s insight into ordinary 21st-century British life can speak for many. His tales are peppered with cameos from the characters in his debut collection Albion Falls, and following the Edinburgh Fringe, he embarks on a 20-date tour with A Firm of Poets: a spoken word collective that he co-founded in 2013.For more information, visit Matt Abbott’s official Facebook page.
July 8th, 2015
The Los Angeles quartet recently caught up with Philip Cosores of LA Weekly to discuss the past, present and future of Northern American.
You can read the article in full by clicking here.
July 8th, 2015
Simian Ghost‘s Sebastian Arnström and Mathias Zachrisson announce that they now endorse Fender guitars, as they are welcomed into the Fender Scandinavia family.
Speaking about the endorsement, Arnström explains “This is amazing for us, Fender makes the best guitars in the world and we’ve been playing their instruments ever since we got into making music. It’s an honor to be part of the Fender family and we’re super excited about working together!”
Simian Ghost are currently writing and recording the follow-up to 2014′s ‘The Veil‘. Follow progress on the band’s Facebook page.