DOWNLOAD: Dananananaykroyd – E Numbers

British sextet Dananananaykroyd are giving away the track ‘E Numbers’ from their forthcoming sophomore record for free download. You can claim your free track from the embed found below:

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NEWS: Thursday announce headline UK dates for April!

Before heading off to Groezrock Festival in Belgium, Thursday will be playing a few headline UK tour dates. Here’s where you can catch them:

APRIL 19 – LONDON, Kings College
APRIL 20 – MANCHESTER, Academy 3
APRIL 21 – CARDIFF, Millennium Music Hall

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NEWS: While She Sleeps announce a bunch of UK tour dates!

Sheffield metalcore act While She Sleeps have got a bunch of UK tour acts ahead of them, sharing the stage alongside the likes of Your Demise, Bring Me The Horizon, There For Tomorrow and more. Here’s where you can catch them for the foreseeable future, and who they’re performing with:

MARCH 04 – EDINBURGH, Studio 24 (w/ Your Demise)
MARCH 05 – ABERDEEN, Tunnels (w/ Your Demise)
MARCH 06 – DUMFRIES, The Venue (w/ Your Demise)
MARCH 17 – PORTSMOUTH, Wedgewood Rooms (w/ Silverstein + There For Tomorrow)
MARCH 18 – BIRMINGHAM, O2 Academy 2 (w/ Silverstein + There For Tomorrow)
MARCH 19 – MANCHESTER, Academy 3 (w/ Silverstein + There For Tomorrow)
MARCH 20 – GLASGOW, Oran Mor (w/ Silverstein + There For Tomorrow)
MARCH 21 – BRISTOL, O2 Academy 2 (w/ Silverstein + There For Tomorrow)
MARCH 22 – LONDON, O2 Islington Academy (w/ Silverstein + There For Tomorrow)
APRIL 17 – NOTTINGHAM, Rock City (Hit The Deck Festival)
MAY 04 – SHEFFIELD, O2 Academy (w/ Bring Me The Horizon + Architects + The Devil Wears Prada)

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VIDEO: Maybe She Will – Critical Distance

Maybe She Will have released an official music video for their forthcoming single, ‘Critical Distance’, set for a release on March 7th 2011 through Function Records. Take a look:

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NEWS: Jonny Foreigner reveal UK tour and 3rd album news!

Indie rock outfit Jonny Foreigner have announced a string of UK dates throughout March/April/May. The band have also revealed they’ve began work on their upcoming third full-length album, with the first chances to hear the new material during the aforementioned tour. Dates are as follows:

MARCH 07 – BIRMINGHAM, Custard Factory (Topman CTRL show)
APRIL 02 – EDINBURGH, Haddowfest
APRIL 03 – EDINBURGH, Haddowfest
APRIL 19 – ABERDEEN, Cafe Drummonds
APRIL 20 – GLASGOW, Nice N Sleazy
APRIL 22 – NOTTINGHAM, Bodega Social
APRIL 23 – PRESTON, Mad Ferret
APRIL 26 – BIRMINGHAM, Hare & Hounds
APRIL 27 – LIVERPOOL, The Shipping Forecast
APRIL 28 – MANCHESTER, Night & Day
APRIL 29 – STOKE, The Underground
APRIL 30 – WIMBLEDON, Grove Tavern
MAY 01 – LONDON, Camden Crawl

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VIDEO: Yellowcard – For You, And Your Denial

Recently revived pop-punk act Yellowcard have just released a new music video for their current single ‘For You, And Your Denial’, taken from their forthcoming record ‘When You’re Through Thinking, Say Yes’. Those of you who’ve been long awaiting their return after their 2-year hiatus will enjoy this first offering of this band’s new lease of life:

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NEWS: Frank Turner announces new album, tour dates and festival appearances!

Folk/acoustic artist Frank Turner has announced details of his upcoming fourth record, along with a string of UK dates across May and some festival appearances. Frank‘s forthcoming album ‘England Keep My Bones’ is set for release through Xtra Mile Recordings on June 6th (UK) and through Epitaph Records on June 7th (elsewhere).

Along with this, Frank has also got a bunch of dates throughout May aswell as some festival appearances. Here’s where you can catch him perform:

MAY 10 – DUNDEE, Doghouse
MAY 12 – BRIGHTON, Coalition
MAY 13 – NOTTINGHAM, Rescue Rooms
MAY 14 – LANCASTER, Library
MAY 15 – CHESTER, Telfords Warehouse
MAY 16 – LEEDS, Brudenell Social Club
MAY 18 – MANCHESTER, Night & Day
MAY 19 – LIVERPOOL, Cathedral Crypt
MAY 20 – STOKE, The Sugarmill
MAY 23 – GLOUCESTER, Guidhall
MAY 24 – BRISTOL, St. Georges Church
MAY 25 – BATH, Komedia
MAY 26 – LONDON, Kingston Hippodrome (New Slang)
MAY 27 – CAMBRIDGE, St. Pauls Church
MAY 28 – NORWICH, Play Festival
MAY 29 – PORTSMOUTH, Wedgewood Rooms
MAY 30 – WINCHESTER, Railway
JUNE 12 – DONINGTON, Donington Park (Download Festival)
JULY 01 – WINCHESTER, Vicarage Farm (Blissfields Festival)

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NEWS: Ten After Two announce release date of debut ‘Truth Is…’!

California’s Ten After Two have announced that release date of their debut full-length ‘Truth Is…’ for April 4th 2011 through Rise Records.

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NEWS: InnerPartySystem announce ‘Never Be Content’ release date and more UK shows!

InnerPartySystem have announced that their forthcoming EP ‘Never Be Content’ is set for release on March 7th (digital)/March 28th (physical). Along with this, the band have announced some extra UK shows whilst touring with 3OH!3 where they’ll be performing electronic sets, including this year’s Slam Dunk Festival in Leeds and Hatfield.

MARCH 25 – SOUTHAMPTON, Unit (Electronic set)
MARCH 26 – LONDON, Proud 2 (w/ Sketches, White Lies) (Electronic set)
APRIL 02 – NOTTINGHAM, Stealth Vs. Rescue Rooms (Electronic set)
MAY 23 – BOURNEMOUTH, Academy (supporting 3OH!3)
MAY 24 – CARDIFF, Solus (supporting 3OH!3)
MAY 25 – BIRMINGHAM, Institute (supporting 3OH!3)
MAY 26 – NORWICH, Waterfront (supporting 3OH!3)
MAY 28 – LEEDS, University (Slam Dunk Festival) (Electronic set)
MAY 29 – HATFIELD, Hertfordshire University (Slam Dunk Festival) (Electronic set)
MAY 30 – GLASGOW, ABC (supporting 3OH!3)
MAY 31 – MANCHESTER, Academy 2 (supporting 3OH!3)
JUNE 01 – LONDON, XOYO (headline – full band set)
JUNE 02 – NOTTINGHAM, Rock City (supporting 3OH!3)
JUNE 03 – BELFAST, Mandella Hall (supporting 3OH!3)

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NEWS: NME Shockwave Awards 2011 winners announced!

The winner’s of the 2011 NME Shockwave Awards have officially been announced, and can be viewed below. For those of you wanting to catch the highlights of the award ceremony hosted by Alexa Chung, you can tune into Channel 4 on Saturday (February 26th) at 11:20pm, with T4 showing coverage earlier in the day at 11:25am.

Best British Band (supported by Shockwaves) – Muse
Best International Band (supported by T4) – My Chemical Romance
Best Solo Artist – Laura Marling
Best Live Band (supported by Carling) – Biffy Clyro
Best New Band (supported by Boxfresh) – Hurts
Best Album – Arcade Fire ‘The Suburbs’
Best Track (supported by NME Radio) – Foals ‘Spanish Sahara’
Best Video (supported by NME TV) – My Chemical Romance ‘Na Na Na’ (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)
Best Festival – Glastonbury
Best Dancefloor Filler – Professor Green ‘Jungle’
Best TV Show – Skins

Categories awarded by NME:
Philip Hall Radar Award – The Naked & Famous
Teenage Cancer Trust Outstanding Contribution To Music – PJ Harvey
John Peel Award For Innovation – Crystal Castles
Godlike Genius – Dave Grohl

Other Categories:
Best Film – Inception
Hero – Lady Gaga
Villain – David Cameron
Most Stylish – Brandon Flowers (supported by Shockwaves)
Least Stylish – Justin Bieber
Worst Album – Justin Bieber ‘My World 2.0’
Worst Band – Jonas Brothers
Hottest Man – Matt Bellamy (Muse)
Hottest Woman – Alison Mosshart (The Kills)
Best Album Artwork – Klaxons ‘Surfing The Void’
Best Blog – Hayley Williams (Paramore)
Best Book – John Lydon Mr. Rotten’s Scrapbook
Best Small Festival – RockNess

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